The April issue of beijingkids will make you green with envy!
We show you how to go green, with features on indoor air purifiers, picking your own veggies at a local organic farm, adopting chemical-free cleaning methods, and easy ways to cut down your carbon footprint.
In keeping with our green theme, Dr. Richard Saint Cyr explains how to keep toxic plastics under wraps while Olivia Lee shows us how to conserve resources through eating habits. In addition, beijingkids columnist Ember Swift pens a how-to on supplementing vegetarian or vegan diets.
Blue sky days are back, so get out your sunblock and explore. In What’s Fun In, we help you get the most out of Gongti, home to Fundazzle and Blue Zoo Beijing. We also round up spring sports for kids and teens, and peak into two families’ very different approaches to an Australian vacation.
In Learning, we spotlight world-class Welsh composer Karl Jenkins in When I Grow Up, while teenagers from Beijing BISS International School discuss the implications of an ever-growing world in The Roundtable.
In Food for Thought, we whip up a batch of creamy vegetable pasta. If you don’t feel like cooking, head to Shunyi’s celebrated brunch haven The Orchard.
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