Keeping to the beijingkids tradition of having the January Issue focus on food, this year we kick off showcasing seven Chinese regional foods that can be found right here in town. Find out a which dishes are child friendly and the available facilities that can be found in each restaurant recommended. Find out what our reviewers found.
While still on the subject of food, for our Food for Thought, we have a jam making recipe from Caroline Nath of Bon Nani shares her recipe of making a pear and rosemary jam.
We touch on the subject of body images in our health article as we look at different eating disorders affecting many teenagers and women. Our health columnist, Dr. Melissa Rodriguez and Dr. George Hu write about differentiating food allergies from food sensitivity and ways to handle eating disorders respectively.
Oransi, an American-based purifier company was enters the Chinese market with their new high end purifiers. Tucked in the basement of Sanlitun Soho is automated customs photo studio that makes a great place for tweens and teens birthday venue. Mom makeover features Beijing International Bilingual Academy’s admissions and marketing executive Samantha Corset.
Onto the fun things that kids can get doing is pilates for teens and younger kids at Isofit to help stretch those winter knotted muscles. Japan’s small yet traveling rich paradise is featured in our family travels as shared by The Stewarts.
In the parenting section, Christopher Lay and Ember Swift write about bringing back gifts from travels and Chinese trying new food like blue cheese respectively.
We interviewed two legendary educators, John McBryde (now Director at Beanstalk International Bilingual School- BIBS) and Caroline Chen founder of the International Montessori School of Beijing (MSB) for our schooled article. Hope International School’s high schoolers debate about dieting. We feature art work from Flying Start International Kindergarten.
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