Muschamp Rd

New Mac shop in Beijing

November 1st, 2006
Apple logo from 1978

I actually learned about this from Infinite Loop, Arstechnica’s Mac blog. The largest Macintosh store in China opened recently in Beijing. The Beijing Macintosh User Group has a blog entry about it.

It actually wasn’t that hard to find Macintosh stuff in Beijing. There is a Applecare service depot as well which I visited several times because of hard drive woes. I swear I tried to contact the Beijing Macintosh User Group while I was in Beijing but I didn’t make it to any of their events, they weren’t the best at getting back to me.


  • DavidFeng

    Hi there,
    If you tried emailing info[at]beimac.com — we found out (just a few days ago) that it was well over its limit of 20 MB (it was at 80 MB) thanks to spam. A LOT of our other accounts have been spammed up as well. We’re now cleaning it out as much as we can — in the meantime, you can use mail[at]beimac.com.

    Best,
    David
    BeiMac

  • DavidFeng

    Hi there,
    If you tried emailing info[at]beimac.com — we found out (just a few days ago) that it was well over its limit of 20 MB (it was at 80 MB) thanks to spam. A LOT of our other accounts have been spammed up as well. We’re now cleaning it out as much as we can — in the meantime, you can use mail[at]beimac.com.

    Best,
    David
    BeiMac

  • Wow that was a fast reply. If only everyone in my life quickly replied to emails with helpful information. One reason you might get so much spam is your address is harvested off websites. I replace the @ symbol with [at].

    I’m not saying I never heard from you guys. There was a gathering at Steak and Eggs but I remember something happened and I couldn’t attend. I met a few Chinese Mac users but also a lot of foreigners who used Macs especially at Sculpting in Time Cafe in Wu Dao Kou.

  • Wow that was a fast reply. If only everyone in my life quickly replied to emails with helpful information. One reason you might get so much spam is your address is harvested off websites. I replace the @ symbol with [at].

    I'm not saying I never heard from you guys. There was a gathering at Steak and Eggs but I remember something happened and I couldn't attend. I met a few Chinese Mac users but also a lot of foreigners who used Macs especially at Sculpting in Time Cafe in Wu Dao Kou.

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