The proud mother of a 4-year-old who attends YCIS Beijing, Jennifer hails from Boston. She loves shopping and discovering great new restaurants. Jennifer is involved with the International Newcomers’ Network (INN) and leads the Chaoyang Park Coffee Mornings on the third Wednesday of every month. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Charlotte is beijingkids‘ former Shunyi correspondent. Originally from Michigan, this on-the-go mom of two girls juggles freelance writing, substitute teaching, and CrossFit. After more than six years in Beijing, her family will move back to the US in June 2014.
Victor is a tech geek, serial entrepreneur, and the proud father of two boys. His latest venture is connecting parents and kids through mobile learning apps. To learn more, visit www.smartots.cn.
Yanhong is a mother of two, a La Leche League leader, a Parent Effectiveness Training (PET) instructor, and the author of ten Chinese books on breastfeeding, parenting and education (under the pen name Xiao Wu, or Wee Witch). Visit her blog here.
Liu Nan, also known as Chu Chu, is a native Chinese mother. When she is not out with her baby girl in search of food and fun, she is selling imported baby products on Taobao. Check out her store.
Christopher Lay Christopher’s many jobs include dad, writer, photographer and all-round nice guy. Catch him in beijingkids’ Beijing Baba column or visit his blog.
After living in the US for 15 years, native Beijinger Michelle Liu is happy to be living in her hometown again, where she works at an architecture firm. As a parent, she embraces both the Chinese and Western perspectives on culture and education. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCTV talk show host and mom-preneur Eyee Hsu is looking for more time in the day. When she’s not chasing after her two kids or the family dog, you might catch her at a Pilates studio, one of the Counting Sheep boutiques, or on TV. She hopes to save you time by bringing the most trusted baby brands to Beijing. Find out more here.
AJ Warner is a busy dad. When not with his two sons, he’s coaching Chinese students on how to get admitted to top US universities (undergraduate and Master’s programs). He also helps Chinese families immigrate to the US for better education opportunities. Contact him at email@example.com.
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