beijingkids and JingKids 2014 Spring School Choice Fair
The 2014 School Choice Fair (March 1-2) brings together schools and education consultants to help Beijing families figure out their schooling options. Pre-registration begins January 15 on our website.
Around the World in 15 Cuisines
The diversity of Beijing’s expat community means that there are tons of world cuisines right on our doorstep. Take advantage with our guide to 16 international restaurants (including several Chinese regional cuisines) in Features.
A Fair for the Dramatic
Temple fairs are annual events featuring traditional performances, vendors, and activities. Several schools host their own, including BCIS, YCIS Beijing, and Harrow.
Out to Brunch
Hotel brunches have it all: fine foods, entertainment, and space for kids to run around in.
Gallop into the Year of the Horse
Spring Festival (or Chinese New Year) is the most important holiday on the Chinese lunar calendar.
Lace Up for Some Winter Fun
From long-time outdoor favorites like Houhai Lake and Dragon Bay to indoor venues like All Star Champion Skating Club and Le Cool, get your winter skating fix all around town.
Let Things Slide
Steep slides, a role-playing village for younger kids, and colorful cartoon-themed playrooms are highlights of the Adventure Zone, the new indoor play center at Kerry Hotel, Beijing.
It happens every year: On January 1, people across the world pick a new year’s resolution to follow (and, more often than not, flake out on).
Book It to Star Kids
Page One is nice and all, but few bookstores can beat Star Kids Children’s Bookstore in Shunyi for children’s book selections.
Diabetes is close to reaching epidemic proportions in China, but most people understand neither the differences between type 1 and 2 diabetes nor the factors that contribute to the disease.
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photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, Flickr users Gary Knights and Kfoodadding
This article originally appeared on p12-13 of the beijingkids January 2014 issue.
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