You asked for tech, so we delivered. The March issue is all about things that go "beep." Indulge your inner geek and check out our essential Top 10 Apps, see what three gadget-loving dads have to say about screen time, read about kid bloggers who are making a splash, and find out how technology is changing the classroom.
Elsewhere in the magazine, regular health columnist Dr. Richard Saint Cyr continues the tech theme and tells how to find reliable medical information online. Meanwhile, Nutritionist Olivia Lee reveals her favorite apps and websites for teaching kids (and adults) about health. What about a healthy home? See how you can protect your family from unwanted nasties using a few cool gadgets.
Looking for fun? Look no further. This issue is bursting with events the whole family can enjoy, including the India-ICB Bazaar and St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Take advantage of the sun and make a trip to Tiantan. If the weather is still too nippy for your liking, Kara Chin chats with children’s authors and gives you the lowdown on the Bookworm International Literature Festival 2011 kids program.
In the kitchen, Xiyun Yang shares a delightfully fragrant lamb stew recipe, father and head chef of Grange, David Mitford, tells us how to prepare kid-friendly quesadillas, and we get a little extravagant with Top 5 Places to Brunch It Up.
See what our parent columnists are writing about this month. Beijing Baba Martin Adams says goodbye after years of loyal service and Jennifer Ambrose reveals how apps helped her teach. Former beijingkids columnist Sonia Cahill repatriated to Australia and straight into the worst flood the country has ever seen — she tells her story.
As always, find kid-friendly events, search our Directories for anything and everything you’ll need in Beijing, and read about other families’ travel destinations.
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