The November issue of beijingkids is about protecting and nurturing what’s most important: your family’s health.
Our features are packed plenty of ideas for places to do where the whole family can exercise together, which local brands of healthy, organic groceries to buy, a guide to traditional Chinese medicine, and a guide to dealing with diabetes in Beijing.
Just in time for cold season, our resident doctor Dr. Richard Saint Cyr explains cough syrup safety, and nutritionist Olivia Lee provides pointers on maintaining healthy habits through the cold weather.
Just because winter has settled in doesn’t mean you should stay in; layer up and head out to Wangfujing, where you can wander through book stores, tea shops, and more. We’ve also got a primer for equestrian-inclined families looking for a polo club in Beijing, and wild family adventures through Russia, Finland, and Tanzania.
Our learning section spotlights BJU orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ren Gang in When I Grow Up, and four Dulwich College Beijing students discuss the impact of culture and media on body image.
Learn to concoct a creamy coconut pumpkin soup in Food For Thought, and of course if you’d rather not chop and wash dishes, you can head to Southern Barbarian for delicious Yunnan cuisine.
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