This month it’s all about survival. First, learn how to tackle the worst-case scenarios, like break-ins, child abductions, and traffic accidents. The, find your footing through the ins and outs of finding, dealing with, and training your ayi.
Keep your family healthy in summer with tips on how to prevent and deal with common bug bites. Naturopath Melissa Rodriguez details three super-important foods, while Dr. Richard presents a summer camp prep plan.
Now that the weather and the air are improving a bit, grease up your bike chain and snap on your helmet as we take you on a bike tour through Gulou. Follow that with adventures outside the mainland and experience the Smiths’ trip to Indonesia and the adventure the Cheng-Wei family took to Australia.
Manage your sweet tooth with a sumptuous brownie recipe from the Westin Beijing Financial Street’s Executive Pastry Chef Frederic Le Gac. The English Tearoom also has your sweet tooth covered, with afternoon tea and pastries. And if you’re still lacking for sweets, check out the top places for birthday cakes.
If you’ve got the cake but are wondering where to host a birthday party, consider U-Speed Go-Karting to rev up any party. And in this month’s Talking Shop, Tu Textiles is bursting with color and design.
Kids from Dulwich College Beijing talk to Oasis dentist Dr. David Lee about a career in teeth, and high school students from Beijing BISS International School discuss the nuances of having – or lacking – money. Get a sneak peek inside Harrow International School Beijing’s new campus, and into the growth in Beijing Rego British School. Beijing Baba Gareth Jones explores the ridiculous side of car collisions, while Jennifer Ambrose muses on the finer points of the voice on her GPS.
As always, check out our event listings for day-by-day fun for the family, and look up anything in Beijing in our directory.
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