The April issue of beijingkids is jam-packed with info for Beijing’s international crowd. Read what three teens have to say about their globe-trotting experiences. Parents and experts talk about the pros and cons of raising TCKs. Looking for something to remind you of home? Kara Chin shows you where to find treats from around the world. We asked kids to picture their hometowns. And the team from Slurping Soup share a fun excerpt and activity to help your kids get a handle on "home."
Elsewhere in the magazine, we give you the low-down on this year’s Easter activities: Chocolate eggs, brunches and Easter egg hunts – we’ve got you covered.
Hungry? Head to Kro’s Nest for some seriously big pizza pies. Xiyun Yang combines naughty and nice with her secretly healthy mac ‘n cheese. For those with younger mouths to feed, try Geoffrey Weckx tells us how to make flavorful patties, perfect for your child’s first foray into solid food.
Health columnist Dr. Richard Saint Cyr gives us the facts about pollution, while Nutritionist Olivia Lee tells us how to bridge the cultural food gap. To keep you healthy on the outside, Charlotte Moreau tells us how to keep our skin looking and feeling its best. No expensive lotions needed!
Just for fun, head to Beijing Blue Zoo and say "hi" to a mermaid or put your mad scientist cap on and create a lava lamp. Need to get away? Make a trip to Tioman, Tianjin or tropical Sri Lanka.
See what our parent columnists are writing about this month. Beijing Baba Christopher Lay makes the decision to change schools – find out why. And the latest edition to beijingkids‘ team of columnists, Dinah Chong Watkins, reveals what happens when good husbands go bad.
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