精品购物指南 (2006年第66期 - 财智人生 - party也生财)
在北京，随便问人爱到哪里消遣？行政人员，板友，HIPHOP友，甚至行山友个个都答：蒲酒吧！不过他们并不是留恋某几家相熟酒吧，反而是经常上专在北京搞主题派对的野时尚网页。 那夜，我跟着网站总经理Jack，参加了一个hip hop Party，夹在人迫迫的舞池中央，跟着或丑或型的人在Un,扭，Fing，摇，老外DJ突然跳进人潮，啪啪啪耍了几招功夫又弹番上台继续打碟，OL们热情升级。想闷？好难！
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China daily (http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/) 2008-02-19 16:32
Clubbing culture is growing fast in Beijing, and the city once known for its underground rock scene is increasingly recognized for its above-ground DJs. Jack Zhu launched Clubzone.cn in 2003 and has seen it grow from a niche forum for die hard clubbers into a full blown community of over 200,000 users. Clubzone.cn is now the best site for finding out about clubbing events, sharing photos of parties and reading interviews with the DJs that spin through The Jing. But Beijing is still the city for rock, and we’ve found that the best way to get to know the scene is to plug in our iPods and download the “Pissing on the Bamboo Curtain” podcasts here. In addition to a motherload of local music, podcast hosts Kyle Schaeffer and Ian Sherman share their insight into Beijing’s underground rock scene. “We started it because there’s all this great music in china, lurking online and in demo boxes at record shops, and a lot of laowai are too lazy or scared to look for it,” explains Sherman. “We also needed an excuse to get off our asses and hunt it down for ourselves.”
www.china.org.cn (China Daily August 24, 2007)
Keys to the Kingdom--Dining and nightlife
For an evening out, Clubzone (www.clubzone.cn) has to be China's definitive nightlife website. Clubzone has nearly 22,000 members and includes listings of nightclubs in Beijing, Shanghai and other major cities, and it also sponsors its own parties. The site is too flashy, but contains all the essentials for navigating urban China's bourgeoning club scene.
city weekend (Posted Aug 14th 2007 11:49a.m.)
FIVE QUESTIONS FOR THE INFAMOUS MR. CLUBZONE
Jack Zhu launched Clubzone.cn in 2003 and has seen it grow from a niche forum for die hard clubbers into a full blown community of over 200,000 users. This year marks Clubzone's third annual end-of-summer blow-out bash. Last year's party featured FreQ Nasty and drew 2,800 partiers. This year’s throwdown at the Goose and Duck Ranch promises to be even more monumental with famed Italian breakbeat specialist DJ Madox headlining a roster of local DJ heroes.
CW: Why the Summer Love party?
JZ: We don’t see too many outdoor parties in Beijing. Our Clubzone members were asking, ‘Why are there no outdoor parties?’ So, we started the Summer Love Party to give them a great outdoor party.
The Goose and Duck is a little bit out of the way. Why not have it closer to Beijing?
First, you can’t have an outdoor party inside the fourth ring after midnight. Second, the Goose and Duck is only a little more than an hour outside the city. It has a nice villa where partiers can rent rooms and there’s a huge swimming pool. If you’re going to have a great outdoor party, you need a great swimming pool.
What do you think makes a great club?
Music. Music is the key that determines the audience and atmosphere. For a great club, you need music that has character but is also danceable. The décor should also have its own style. I like China Doll because it has its own unique character and design.
How is Beijing nightlife going to change in the run up to the Olympics?
A lot of people are coming to Beijing, and many of the hottest clubs are already booked for private parties. But this also means that the best DJs and party organizers in the world will be here. It will be expensive, but it will also be amazing.
If you could party with any of the Fuwa Olympic mascots which would you party with?
Haha. The panda. The panda is super cute.