It’s that time of year again! This month’s issue of beijingkids celebrates the holidays. Learn where to get all your Christmas décor so you can royally deck your halls and discover ten clever stocking stuffers under RMB 100 that will make “Santa” smile.
Beat the frigid cold with a sizzling dish of the finest roasted duck in Beijing, or warm your stomach with smoked pork ribs at The Big Smoke Bistro. If you crave something sweet, flip to Food For Thought, where Executive Chef Robert Cunningham from EAST Beijing whips up a berry-licious vanilla pannacottawith raspberries and blueberries.
Also in this issue, you’ll find out how to get involved in some local charities and share the holiday spirit. Cold outside? Make your own festive luminary to brighten up the home. Plus, Dr. Richard recommends several ways to keep warm during the winter and Olivia Lee busts some childhood nutrition myths.
In Learning, teens from The British School of Beijing discuss the measure of success, while Cecile Garcia from Brasserie Flotells students from the International Montessori School of Beijing about the ins and outs of running a restaurant. To round it all out, House of Knowledge International Kindergarten fills December’s Blank Canvas.
Don’t let winter keep you at home! We revisit the Yonghegong area in What’s Fun In, discovering old and new hangouts alike in this historical hub. Need an escape? Read about Nan Liu’s trip to Qingdao or Richard Liu’s food tour of Taiwan with his daughters.
And of course, search our event listings for fun family events, or check our directory listings for help finding anything in Beijing.
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