Stuck in Beijing for the holidays? The June/July issue of beijingkids will get you out of the city in no time!
We report on the best water parks and swimming pools, day trips for all ages, and overnight trips accessible by car and train. (And don’t forget to download our recommended iPad apps!) If you’d rather stick close to home, check out our roundup of sports and recreation centers for any day family fun.
June 17 is Dad’s turn to enjoy breakfast in bed and hand-drawn cards! Check out our website for details on the beijingkids Family/Father’s Day Pool Party on June 16. In Top 5 Places, we profile the best places to enjoy ice cream, while Sous Chef Thomas Giese from Kempinski Hotel shows readers how to make a zesty mango chicken sandwich.
Beware the extra summertime pounds! In Health, nutritionist Olivia Lee shares her summertime snacking secrets and Dr. Richard Saint Cyr warns readers about big, bad soda. What’s more, learn how to recognize the signs of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
But wait, there’s more! In Playing Outside, Shunyi correspondent Charlotte Moreau gets the lowdown on Beijing Aofan Sailing Club and intern Phoebe Middleton pens an in-depth guide on expat favorite Chaoyang Park. For Family Travels, we follow the Rein and Yip families as they journey to Tibet, Nepal, and Taiwan.
In Learning, yoga instructor Angelina Liu leads students from The British School of Beijing in an exercise session and teens from the International School of Beijing debate Internet safety.
As always, find kid-friendly events and search our Directories for anything and everything you’ll need in Beijing.
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