The January/February issue of beijingkids is chock-full of restaurant and dining ideas to stretch that food coma well past the holidays.
Hit up one or more of Beijing’s 50 most family-friendly restaurants, or stay in and cozy up with our guide to delivery services. Also, beat those howling winds with the top five places to sip soup and craft a healthy DIY muesli breakfast with the entire family.
The time is ripe for some outdoor fun! Ice skate, stroll, shop, and eat your way through the picturesque Houhai area, or head out of town to carve up the slopes at a ski resort.
Don’t forget your health in these cold winter months! Nutritionist Olivia Lee helps harried parents put baby to sleep, while Dr. Richard Saint Cyr offers tips on sleeping well for the rest of us. In addition, Shunyi correspondent Charlotte Moreau uncovers Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as a natural stress buster.
Dreaming of warmer climes? For ideas, read about the Chow family’s foray to the Philippines or the Jansers’ wild adventure in Kenya.
In parenting, Beijing Baba Christopher Lay admires fireworks both near and far and columnist Dinah Chong Watkins exposes the plight of the Accidental Single Parent (ASP).
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