The December issue of beijingkids is full of fun-indoor activities and excursions to keep you and your clan happy over the holidays.
Give yourself ten ways to celebrate Christmas in Beijing, and catch the spirit of Christmas and Hannukah from three families. Also, get a peek from behind the scenes of Beijing Playhouse’s wacky production of Cinderella. And if you’re looking for ways to give, consider Beijing’s local charities focused on helping less fortunate babies and young children.
The weather outside is frightful, but indoors is still delightful! Explore Joy City Chaoyang for shopping and playing – role playing at EE City, that is! Or warm up at one of Beijing’s hot springs. We’ve also got a great winter craft for your kids: making your own snowman. He makes a great decoration for your home.
Other ways to keep warm include Jennifer Thomé’s chickpea stew. Dini’s Kosher Restaurant offers great kosher options for the family from hot dogs to chicken nuggets. For those worried about how to maintain their weight during these times of gorging, nutritionist Olivia Lee gives us personal guidelines for eating healthy. And Dr. Richard Saint Cyr offers useful at-home remedies for beating the winter blues.
Want to travel? For ideas, read about a family cruise to Japan and Korea and another family trip to Hong Kong Disneyland.
Elsewhere in the magazine, Beijing Baba Gareth Jones urges parents to build a united front about the mysterious Mr. Claus, while mother Jennifer Ambrose searches for the true meaning of Christmas.
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