June, summer, holidays, and leaving season are here and so is the beijingkids June issue. The latest issue of beijingkids is based on both domestic and wild animals. We feature points to consider before getting a pet and the age range of the best fit for a pet. We profile two pet crusaders taking on the risk of catering for the stray cats and dogs. Wild animals also need to be thought of therefore we looked into how kids can get involved in animal conservation efforts. Which animals are native to Beijing? Find out in the latest issue as well. You might have spotted a few. More after the jump…
In this issue, we compiled a list of places to get away to escape the summer ready-to-peel-off skin. The Beijing Wildlife Park is a good place to get up close with the critter both rare and well-known. Haven’t been to the Australian yet, then get recommendations of where to stay, what to do, and more from the Borghetti-Acciarini inour family travels.
We look at eco-friendly lounge wear collection by Rose Fulbright in our Talking Shop and how to make hats as a cool teen activity for birthdays as hosted by Elisabeth Koch. Sticking to our newly formed tradition we have a dad and son makeover.
In health, see why more and more people are opting to be vegetarians, getting tips on allergy season, and a look at sports and water drinks. In dining, we send young tasters to the Blue Elephant to try out the kids menu and give us their verdict. Get a Russian breakfast ricotta recipe from mom Irina Glushkova.
In the school section, Daystar students tell us why the love their pets, Terry Townshend a bird expert gets quizzed by students from CISB, and we show case the process of coming up with art pieces from BCIS students. Parenting columnist Jennifer Ambrose lets us in as to why baseball is much more valued in their household as the season gets into full speed. Christopher Lay shows us why his kids are to discover his birth place.