Cafes and bars in Beijing's university district have reportedly been ordered to cater to no more than 10 foreigners at a time.
Staff members say the orders were given last week, shortly after China's annual legislative meeting began in Beijing.
Cafes and pizza bars in Wudaokou, Beijing, were reportedly ordered this week to serve no more than 10 foreigners at a time.
Business Insider first saw notices posted online over the weekend announcing that the restrictions would last until two days after the end of the National People's Congress (NPC) — China's annual legislative meeting.
But its role as Beijing's university district, due to it housing both Tsinghua and Peking University, may have something to do with it.