Chinese New Year is upon us and our February issue hits the shelves this week. This month we focus on Chinese Culture and spotlight how Chinese families celebrate Chinese New Year, a roundup of the temple fairs you might want to check out for those staying in the capital over the holidays, and a look at the capital’s cultural activities.
If you’re interested in trying out Chinese food, we have gathered a list of family friendly Chinese restaurants that are worth a visit. Six-year-old Angelia Germain is this month’s food critic of Yi minority cuisine restaurant Asiniuniu. The Lyu-Sochi family share their sweet fried fish recipe.
Beijing has said it’s fair share of goodbyes to markets, we give you a list of the last standing markets. We have a dragon craft from Daystar Academy to try out.
When French-designed children’s clothes meets Chinese flair is Beijing based Tang’Roulou’s signature style and this store is featured in this month’s Talking Shop. Le Kindergarten can be your next birthday destination spot that offers cooking, craft, and more. Mom of four, Alice Niven is this month’s mom makeover.
Keystone Academy’s Chinese Thread is a key component of their curriculum, students share their learning experiences in Schooled. Western Academy of Beijing students offer words of wisdom on understanding China. We showcase artwork from British School of Beijing, Shunyi students on Blank Canvas.
We gathered Traditional Chinese Medicine tips to staying healthy during winter. Dr. Melissa Rodriguez breaks down myths are grains and Dr. George Hu touches on how to integrate into Chinese culture as a family.
Our parent columnists, Ember Swift and Jennifer Ambrose write about the love affair with China and the meaning of "Thank You" respectively.
Take a look at cute babies in our New Arrivals sections and mark down your calendar for some of the events taking place over the month.
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