It’s never too early to plan your child’s birthday and doing your homework just got easier with the latest issue of the beijingkids. The November issue features where to get your hands on cakes, decorations, entertainment, a list of seasonal venues (with and without birthday packages), and tips from parents on what’s needed in the birthday checklist.
Give thanks this (American) Thanksgiving that falls on November 27 in the three different alternatives compiled in our dining section. Also get a detailed description to baking and decorating a birthday cake from Charlotte Friis-Lodahl as she makes delicious Teddy Bear cake and British pizza parlor PizzaExpress touches down in Sanlitun Taikooli.
Beijing Sideways takes a family out and about the city on their sidecar and get a condensed history version of Beijing’s new and old. The Cruz family share with us their Bogota and San Andres Island.
We introduce our new health columnist, Clinical Psychologist Dr. George Hu from Beijing United Family Hospital as he explores the meaning of birthdays and Dr. Melissa Rodriguez discuss the effects of sugar. The health feature of the month touches on fussy eaters and how to deal with meals.
We spotlight the Andy Horowitz of Andy Sausages, PPKids that recently opened in Indigo, and Bianca Teti‘s makeover to fiery hot in our living section. Hear what Beijing Baba, Christopher Lay and the Echo Chamber, Ember Swift talk about nostalgia and power blackout respectively.
As for our schooled article, find out what three kids think about wearing uniforms from different schools that have and do not have school uniforms policies. There’s also the perspective of a student attending a local school. We hear from Beijing BISS International School students as they debate tech addiction. We showcase the young ones at Beanstalk Wanghu Kindergaten in Blank Canvas.
Due to the car restrictions imposed during to APEC Summit, delivery of the magazine will take a few extra days to reach your usual pick up points. Before then find the online version here. If you can’t find a print version email firstname.lastname@example.org