Loosen up that waistband, because the annual food issue of beijingkids is back! This double issue is chock-full of family foodie information, featuring capsule reviews of 50 of the most family-friendly restaurants in Beijing.
Ever worry about not finding a change table or highchair? Well, never again! We do all the legwork for you by sniffing out which restaurants have child-sized cutlery, kid-friendly bathrooms, kids’ menus, and more. Our handy dandy table of contents organizes the restaurants by area, cuisine, and name.
In keeping with the food theme, Ms. Nutrition Olivia Lee offers healthy tips for restaurant dining and Dr. Richard offers his thoughts on vegetarianism and buying organic in Beijing. Plus, Chef Richard Hilton of The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street shows readers how to make their very own shortbread cookies from scratch.
In Talking Shop, we shine the spotlight on Motherswork, a new kids’ and babies’ retailer located at Solana. Need a birthday venue? TreeHouse Family Cafe and Playground at Sanlitun SOHO puts together comprehensive themed birthday packages led by an experienced teacher.
Don’t forget to work off those winter pounds! We round up the top five ski resorts in and around Beijing catering to skiers and snowboarders of all levels. If you’d rather take off for sunnier locales, read up on the Krengal family’s jaunt to Northern Vietnam for inspiration.
The issue is rounded out by artwork from The International School of Beijing and a discussion of chivalry featuring students from Saint Paul American School (SPAS). Plus, Christopher Lay recounts the ups and downs of traveling with baby twins and Ember Swift wrestles with the gender and culture differences of raising a family in China.
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