Weiqi Places In China
The Zhongguo Qiyuan has its home base in Beijing.
Address: No.80, East Road of Heaven Temple, Beijing
地址：北京天坛东路80号 电话：51029123 传真：6711612
Japanese style go salon. Very nice, but somewhat expensive (especially by Chinese standards). Still well worth a visit if you're in town.
Address: Zhushikou east road, building 5 (珠市口东大街 5 号, zhūsh́kǒu dōng dà jiē 5 hào), door 10. Near subway stations CiQiKou (line 5) and ChongWenMen (blue circle line 2)
See Tiandi Jian for further info, pictures, and directions
The Beijing Go Club now (October 2016) meets every Tuesday night from roughly 7:30 to 10:30 at a cafe near Dong Si station downtown. Details are on the website. Check out http://beijinggoclub.com for updated information. It's within 10 minutes by taxi from most of the city, so give it a shot!
We have about 10-15 people weekly during the summer, from kgs 6d to beginners, plus a few pros/near pros stop by sometimes. We're about half local / half foreign and everyone is welcome. We also have some really good teachers & welcome beginners to come play or just watch. There are also lots of international visitors stopping by during the summer for conferences or traveling. So come by and say hello!
New players are highly encouraged and supported here. For more information, please visit http://www.beijinggoclub.com/
adress：Room 509, beijing qianyan school, No. 19, yuandalu, haidianqu, beijing city （on the north side of 100 meters to the west of the jinyuanshidai shopping mall），take bus 355、851、996、664、619、yuntong bus 101、118、114、116 and get off at yuanda stop. Tel:86-010-59792313 北京玄玄海围棋教室 北京市海淀区远大路19号北京前沿教育培训学校509室（金源时代购物中心西100米路北），可乘355、851、996、664、619、运通101、118、114、116等公交车在远大路站下车。
Just opened new studio invites you to study weiqi (for beginners). Please visit our site http://www.shan-center.cn/en for any further information.
Closed as of September 2016.
Go salon open seven days per week in the northwest of Beijing, 10 minutes walk from Xizhimen (西直门) subway station.
Some pics of an event to mark the opening in 2015 can be seen here. Shows boards, stones, playing venue etc.
Prices range from 25 yuan up to a daily maximum of 50 yuan depending on how long you stay (as of 2016).
Zhong Yi Go Salon (众弈围棋会所) officially opened in May 2016 by Cai Jing (蔡竞) 6p. It is located near Guangqumennei (广渠门内) subway station in the southeast of Beijing.
Some pictures showing the venue during the opening ceremony can be seen here.
For CHENGDU, I invite everybody to take contact with me, because it's quite difficult to explain this briefly here! Some information on my blog too: http://Chengduweiqicenter.blog4ever.com my email: email@example.com. There are many places (like 20 at my knowledge)but all quite remote and moving sometimes. The biggest is in the center of the town beside the holliday inn.
nelssonI think I found this.. It's in the center, just on the street behind the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza (a very big luxurious hotel). It can be quite hard to find though, since the entrance is small and looks pretty much like a restaurant (when I got there they were actually selling food on the entrance). No entrance fee, 100RMB deposit for a board and stones, tea 5RMB, refilling the cup is free. Oh.. It's just next to a barber shop, good luck finding it. :)
_ ikktomuseyokkis: I traveled all over China for a year. Chengdu, with its teahouse/weiqi culture, its fondness for traditional characters and a way of life that predates the cultural revolution, was by far the best city I saw for playing go. I loved my time in that city and would happily live there any day, though family matters keep me elsewhere.
_★☆★☆★☆★☆ Shanghai Weiqi(Go)classroom__ Run by a Go tutor (KGS 7d),who teaches Go in english.His email:firstname.lastname@example.org His webpage is http://goplayer.blog.sohu.com/ He replies fast to your email request.
- 2012New Open Go Club
- Welcome Visitor
- Every Day-13:00~22:00
- Welcome Beginner
- with Beer or Cofee
- for more infomaition "email@example.com"
- (last update: Sep 2012) Come join us at Julie's (next to Hai'Ou Fang at lujiazui) every Saturday from 2h30 pm to ~ 6 pm. For more information, you can send a mail at shanghai-weiqi AT googlegroups.com or join the Shanghai International Weiqi Community on KGS.
- １，南京西路５91弄４号 (sep 2013: the house doesnt exist anymore)
- ２，静安区常德路８０９号４１５室 (sep 2013: the house doesnt exist anymore)
- Fuxing-parc (go players seem to meet at least saturday noon)
- Duolun Lu (south of Lu-Xun-Parc, between Sichuan Beilu and Boashan Lu)
( http://www.dgob.de/yabbse/index.php?topic=2081.msg137362#msg137362, includ. photos)
- Heping Gongyuan (和平公园, Heping Park)
daily 7 - 17.oo o'clock,
(source: http://www.dgob.de/yabbse/index.php?topic=2081.msg138376#msg138376 )
- there's another one which I might visit today, only got directions until now,
near fujian beilu/zhonglu, east of Zheijiang zhonglu, north of Fuzhou lu,
not yet a proper address
Did some walking around yesterday. 809 Changde Road is now a construction site. The park opposite Jing An Temple was interesting, but no wei qi this time. I have seen a few people playing wei qi in the SE corner of the park on other days, but yesterday only Chinese chess and card games.
- Shanghai Holiday Weiqi Club (Every Second Sunday of the month. Location: i-NOD Coffee, No.247, Lane99, Wanding Road, Minhang district, Southwest part of Shanghai, not far from the Metro Line 1 terminal Xinzhuang Station)
( http://www.reddit.com/r/shanghai/comments/xhwtb/go%E5%9B%B4%E6%A3%8Bweiqibaduk_in_shanghai/, bottom of the post)
Fuzhou (on the coast roughly halfway from Hong Kong to Shanghai) was the birthplace of Go Seigen (in Chinese Wu Qingyuan). There is a small museum with an area for play. See https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Fuzhou#Do.
See also: HongKongGoAssociation