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At Beiwei 55º our native British Mandarin-speaking guides lead Chinese tours all over Britain. From London to Edinburgh, Windsor to Bath, Oxford to Cambridge, our Mandarin walking tours provide private and public groups with a truly immersive British experience.

Chinese tours of Britain by British Mandarin-speaking guides.

Jay Smith / 史杰

Jay is from County Durham in the North East of England and studied Chinese and Spanish at the University of Leeds. As well as a first class degree with a distinction in both spoken languages, he has nearly two and a half years’ experience working, travelling, living and studying in China. He has worked as a Tour Guide and Tour Operations Manager in Shanghai and Beijing, appeared on Chinese national television and also worked for NGOs in China.

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Eve Baker / 白一冰

Growing up in the south of England in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, then moving north to Yorkshire for her studies (and her love of Yorkshire tea), Eve has first-hand knowledge of what life is like, and how it differs, at both ends of the country. Now living in London, she has come to know and love the unexplored corners of the city but would encourage any tourist to spend time outside the capital if they want to experience the real Britain!

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Harry/欧瀚瑞

Harry grew up in Surrey in the South East of England, but spent a lot of time staying with his Grandparents in London as a child. He has had an interest in British history from a very early age, and was introduced to Chinese history and culture after picking up a copy of Romance of the Three Kingdoms in his early teens.

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Take a look at some of the fantastic sites and unique experiences that our Mandarin-speaking guides give our Chinese guests on their tours of Britain. See more photos here. Read our customer reviews here. Watch videos of our guides here.

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📽️Another video in our series of short stories. Huge thank you to the superb @OldOpTheatre for allowing us to film. We've commuted by it for so long, but never gone inside. We highly encourage a visit! 📸Image of Robert Liston courtesy of the Wellcome Collection. pic.twitter.com/X4NqlngV4s

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