Our March issue hits the streets this week. We feature the Lambert and Thyssen families’ air pollution policies; tips and suggestions on how to deal with indoor air quality from Alex Gao, General Manager of Pure Living; and Dr. Richard Saint Cyr weighs in on air pollution facts.
In this month’s Talking Shop and Birthday Bash, we spotlight ReVived Design and Too Too organic respectively. Oasis International Hospital Dr.Emily Kara, is our mom makeover. We have a special shopping roundup of air purifiers, masks, and indoor AQI monitors.
The recently opened Obentos branch at Liangmaqiao serves healthy food and the store is designed to keep the smog out, as reviewed by Isabella and Steven Towsey of Yew Chung International School. Indonesian family, the Lyana-Suryadis share their vegetable rich stir-fry recipe for cap cay.
We compiled a list of hi-tech games families can do together when there are high AQI readings. 3e International School demonstrate an ecology-themed craft.
We focus on the mental health aspect of air pollution and how to address the related issues that might raise. Dr. Melissa Rodriguez writes about how to detox on smoggy days and Dr. Dorothy Dexter gives a clearer picture of counteracting air pollution.
Spotlighted in the feature are air pollution policies in the British School of Beijing, Shunyi, Canadian International School Beijing, and the International Montessori School of Beijing. BSB Shunyi students get to quiz Chief Operations Officer at Evoke Electric Motorcycles on all things e-bike. Students from the International School of Beijing are our cover our Blank Canvas with their interesting artwork. Librarians from Keystone Academy and CISB share with us their recommended reading in our Book Nook. In the Tech Corner column we spotlight BSB Shunyi and YCIS ICT teacher’s recommended website and apps. BSB Shunyi’s head of humanities Kaye Maclver shares her students approach to global environmental issues.
Columnists Ember Swift and Andrew Killeen touch on packing tape as a household savior and tackling boredom during high smog days respectively.