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Urban Family - Winter 2015

CONTENTS 25

The Fashion Issue

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Feng Shui

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6 Urban Blurbs 8 Urbanites Events 12 Charity Wellbeing 14 Understanding hip injuries and pain 16 Anorexia 18 Battling body image issues 24 Hair tips to help you shine Cover Story 25 The Fashion Issue 33 Caught on Camera EDUCATION

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New Year’s Resolutions

Food & Fun 52 Date night 56 Thanksgiving day recipe EVENTS

38 Student Roundtable 40 A little poetry 42 Student Spotlight

64 School events 66 Community events

Life & Culture

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48 Family favorites 50 Camp under the stars 4

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66 Guangzhou 73 Shenzhen

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Editor’s Note S

o here we are. 2015 is almost over and we’re rushing into a brand-new year.

As the past 12 months flash before our eyes and the air fills with promise, fireworks and general merriment, I often find myself thinking about that little word that has hit most of our minds these days: resolutions. I don’t know about you, but my resolutions tend to be rather straightforward. The funny thing about resolutions is that while they’re nothing but a fluffy, Champagne-fueled flight of fancy on the night of December 31, they also hold the power to inspire small to significant life changes throughout the year. Many of us vow to better ourselves while others chase their goals or follow a lifelong dream. Some will stick their resolution onto their everyday life like a bright yellow Post-It, while others will forget they ever promised as soon as the bubbly haze wears off around midday January 1. Resolutions truly come in every shape and shade, and we thought we’d ask a few in the PRD about their declarations for 2016 (p46). My 2016 resolution will be about one word: sparkle. Through the next year, I’ll try to add as much sparkle to my life as humanly possible. It can be about appreciating the beauty in the little everyday things, like a caramel soy cappuccino (a rarity!). It can be about putting my best dress on and going out on a night with the hubby when I’m feeling depressed and too lazy to move. It can be about doing good deeds: donating to charity or volunteering. Last but definitely not least, it can be about things that might seem small but are huge to me. Like this magazine, which will be in its fourth year come 2016. In this sparkling fashion-themed issue, Urban Family has boldly and bravely taken on the challenge of bringing you ideas on how to make you the most chic and stylish you can be (p25). With the most mouthwatering recipes (p56) for the festive season and the most interesting events (p64), we’re happy to present you with the best community and family-friendly magazine in the PRD. I hope you have an absolutely joyful Thanksgiving, a very merry Christmas and a fantastic New Year’s Eve. I hope you spend it with people you love, wearing clothes that make you feel fabulous, eating amazing food and feeling excited about the year to come. I hope you start your year with a light heart and curious eyes. Here’s to a sparkling 2016! Lena Gidwani Chief Editor, Urban Family

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Mandarin Mastery How much is this? Dresses 多少钱 Duō shǎo qián?

裙子 Qún zi

Expensive

Men’s shirts

太贵了 Tài gùi le

男装 Nán zhuāng

Fashion

Discount

时尚 Shí shàng

打折 Dǎ zhé

Kid’s clothes

Regular customer

童装 Tóng zhuāng

老顾客 Lǎo gù kè

Women’s clothes

Shopping mall

女装 Nǔ zhuāng

购物广场 Gòu wù guǎng chǎng

Shoes

Market

鞋子 Xié zi

市场 Shì chǎng

Selling your kin Grim news, indeed. In China, anywhere from 20,000 to 200,000 children are abducted annually, either sent into forced labor or sold to quasilegal adoption brokers. A curious reporter from China’s Southern Metropolis Daily recently studied public court documents from 364 cases involving a total of 380 abducted children and 508 suspects. While many of these children were taken away by strangers in public places, the court documents indicated that child traffickers often have a willing accomplice – the child’s biological parents. In 40 percent of the cases, the child’s biological parents sold their own children to other people, who sometimes went on to traffic them. The court cases also reveal more about China’s marketplace for trafficked children. Of the 380 trafficked children from the court cases, 248 were male and 120 were female. Daughters tend to sell for an average of RMB10,000, while sons go for much more – an average of RMB45,000. One can only wonder if this will change now that China has further liberalized its family-planning policies.

urban blurbs Banking for the future Parents looking to save their newborns cord blood stem cells can breathe a sigh of relief. China Cord Blood Corporation, China's leading provider of cord blood collection, laboratory testing, hematopoietic stem cell processing and stem cell storage services, announced on October 30 that the company's Guangdong subsidiary, Guangdong Cord Blood Bank, was accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) in October this year. China Cord Blood Corporation is the first and largest umbilical cord blood banking operator in China in terms of geographical coverage and the only cord blood banking operator with multiple licenses. Under current PRC government regulations, only one licensed cord blood banking operator is permitted to operate in each licensed region and only seven licenses have been authorized currently, making this very good news for those looking to save cord blood stem cells for future generations.

Two-child policy From street corners to social media, Chinese have hailed the end of the one-child policy. China announced that all couples would now be eligible for a second child on October 29, reversing a controversial 35-yearold policy. The news is a major liberalization of the country's familyplanning restrictions, already eased in late 2013 when Beijing said it would allow families to have two children when the parents met certain conditions. In 2012, for the first time in decades, the working age population fell; almost 30 percent of the population is considered to be senior citizens. But it seems that this two-child policy may not have an immediate impact considering that it will only immediately affect 90 million citizens. We may be waiting a while before we see any real changes.

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n Saturday, September 19, over 100 athletically inclined parents and children gathered at Nanshan’s Shenwai International School for the first edition of the Urban Family Sports Day in Shenzhen. Families enjoyed the time together while participating in a variety of sports activities. Children above five years of age played games provided by Soccer Rangers™, Five-Star Sports, GolfJoy and Skyway Football. Children four years and younger worked with coaches from UP Children to play a variety of games. After working up a healthy appetite, attendees bought food from onsite vendors Nogogo Online Groceries, HH Gourmet, Maison Delice and Loft Eatalicious and all sipped complimentary Vittel Water. Captivating International, the event charity partner, raised RMB2,655 during the event. Among the other sponsors were Vista-SK International Medical Center, CO-TALK Chinese School, UBER and HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women & Children’s Hospital, who provided interactive activities at their booths and gave away gifts to the families.

event vendors and Sponsors HH Gourmet

HH Gourmet is an artisan New York Deli. All ther food is handcrafted and made from scratch, such as their bagels, lox, specialized cream cheeses, ham, corned beef, Canadian and American bacon, addictive paper-thin bagel chips, cakes, cookies, scones, lemon curd, salads, soups and much more.

Nogogo Online Groceries

Nogogo is your one-stop online shop for imported groceries and goods that can be ordered online from the comfort of your own home or office and delivered to your door! They stock over 8,000 lines of imported and high-quality local goods.

HarMoniCare Shenzhen Women and Children’s Hospital

Shenzhen HarMoniCare (HOME) belongs to Beijing HOME Healthcare, the largest private maternity hospital group in China. The hospital passed JCI accreditation and aims to provide international medical service and health management.

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Maison Delice

Maison Delice sells French handmade ice cream, made from 100 percent natural ice cream and sorbet. No chemical coloring, artificial flavoring or food preservatives are used!

Loft Eatalicious

In 2014, Eatalicious and Loft Eatalicious were honored as Restaurant of the Year and Best Family Restaurant by several international and national organizations. With the determination to offer customers and friends better and healthier food and drink options, the group has created the Loft Eatalicious series, TapasPlus and MINT restaurants.

Co-Talk Chinese School

CO-TALK was founded in 2012. In October 2014, the second campus was established. It is now one of the fastest developing Chinese language training institutions in Shenzhen. Over the past three years, they have taught students in 30 countries, and this number continues to grow every year.

Summergate and Vittel Water

Founded in 1999, Summergate is a leading player in the greater China drinks market. Vittel is one of their many brands. Vittel Water is one of the top natural mineral waters in dining restaurants around the world. Vittel is also the official water for the Tour de France.

Vista-SK International Medical Center

The VISTA-SK International Medical Center is a joint venture of Beijing’s Vista Medical Center and Korea’s SK Healthcare. Opening in 2014, the medical center is located in Nanshan District, just a short walk from the Coastal City Shopping Mall.

UBER – everyone’s private driver

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Urban Family would like to sincerely thank our venue sponsor, charity sponsors, vendors and activity sponsors for making the first ever Urban Family Sports Day in Shenzhen so successful. Want to learn more about them? Here is some information.

Venue Sponsor

Charity Sponsor

Shen Wai International School (SWIS) was a proud sponsor of Urban Family Sports Day. “It was such a pleasure to see so many kids immersing themselves in the joy of sports,” says Abel Cai, the venue coordinator of this event. “Events like these are incredibly beneficial to children. Physical education and an active and engaging learning style are also aligned with the SWIS philosophy.”

The charity was honored to be the chosen beneficiary of the first Urban Family Sports Day. As a charity focused on helping children in less fortunate circumstances, being involved in a child focused fund-raiser was a perfect match. “We wish to thank to organizers of this event and congratulate you on such a wellplanned and coordinated event. We are sure future events will continue to expand and grow as people learn of this wonderful day.”

Shen Wai International School, 29 Baishi San Lu, Nanshan, Shenzhen

Guan Tao Xiao Zhu F1 (Bldg 26), Hai Wan Garden, Hai Chang Lu, Shekou, Nanshan

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District, Shenzhen (0755) 2667 4830 www.captivating.org ; info@captivating.org

Shen Wai International School

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Activity Sponsors

SoccerRangers™ International Youth Football

This organization provides grassroots football training for kids 4 to 15 years. It is the perfect base for children to experience the joys and benefits of playing football. They follow the England FA coaching methodology, emphasizing small-sided games and player-centered learning. Weekday and weekend sessions delivered by FAqualified coaches. SoccerRangers were proud to be supporting Urban Family’s Sports Day. "It was great to meet so many families and give children a taste of the beautiful game. It was also great to meet coaches from other clubs and share coaching ideas. Can't wait until next year!" Room 509, 5F, Mei Lin Building E4, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen www.soccerrangers.com; Tel: 1355 485 9065; tom.oconnor@soccerrangers.com

Up Children

UP was very proud to participate in the Urban Family Sports Day. At UP, we strive to teach children to maximize their learning abilities through exercise while having a very fun time. We wish everyone the best and thank everyone for their trust and happy times together at Sports Day. We hope such activities keep on growing every year and we hope to be able to be part of it . Room 307A/B/C. 3F, East Pacific Square, Hongli Lu, Futian District, Shenzhen Tel: (0755) 8339 0166 / (0755) 8339 0266

Five-Star Sports

The leading youth basketball training company in all of South China, Five-Star Sports was founded in 2012. They provide fun, comprehensive and professional basketball training in English to kids throughout Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Chengdu, with the opportunity to learn basketball from trained professional youth coaches from the US and Europe. Everyone enjoyed the activities provided by Five-Star Sport at Urban Family Sports Day at SWIS.

2005 Podium Building Xiang Nan Rui Feng Nanshan Shenzhen. Email: joelhaines@fivestarsports.cn or call (0755) 8628 9331 / 159 1419 2612

Skyway Football

Skyway is a leading professional sports academy in China, specializing only in American football. Skyway’s main business focuses on training youth so as to promote American football in China. Skyway provides a platform for youth to train in American football and join leagues. Everyone enjoyed the activities provided by Skyway at Urban Family Sports Day at SWIS.

Room 1109, Nanhai 39 Degree Space & Art Design Loft, No. 6 Gui Lian Bei Lu, Nanhai District, Foshan 1770 860 0595

GolfJoy

GolfJoy is Shenzhen’s premier indoor golf school for kids. They make learning and playing golf fun and interesting for students of all ages. Conveniently located in Nanshan, one does not need to travel far for quality golf instruction. GolfJoy was a proud sponsor of Urban Family Sports Day at SWIS, where they provided families with an opportunity to play and learn golf. Their goal was to let all who have never swung a golf club before to experience a sport we all love.

Floor 2, Block B, Jianan Meidi, No. 12031 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan, Shenzhen Tel: (0755) 8661 8662

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Urbanites Halloween Farm trip

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ctober 31 turned out to be a fantastic day for the Urbanites Club’s first outdoor trip! In cooperation with Dongdong farm, a Halloween party was held in Zengcheng. After a local farm lunch, a variety of fun family activities, including DIY bookmarks from dried plants, a scarecrow competition, dragon fruit picking, trick or treating in the wild, and discovering the joys of crossing a river, the event ended with big smiles and plenty of joy all round. Nogogo and Expatservice sponsored three sets of jack-o-lanterns and plenty of water and snacks during the whole trip. Ten families enjoyed the event tremendously, making new friends, sharing community love and spending a day out with their loved ones.

When Langham Meets Guangzhou C

Co-organizer:

ollaborating with young traditional paper-cut artist Guo Meng, Langham Place, Guangzhou launched a well-planned exhibition of traditional Chinese paper-cut artworks on September 24, entitled When Langham Meets Guangzhou. Apart from the customized paper-cuts showcased in the lobby, classes were also given to youngsters from China and abroad during the opening day of the exhibition. This event fulfilled the hotel’s promise to add more color to the artistic scene in Guangzhou.

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A Heart for China

Sharing is caring

Compiled by Lena Gidwani, with contribution from Ronny Verdoodt

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ounded in May this year by Ronny Verdoodt, A Heart for China is a charity organisation in Shenzhen for children and elderly people. We had a chat with Ronny to learn more about this new charity and how they are changing lives. Tell us how you started A Heart for China.

I founded the charity in May 2015 in Shenzhen to help poor people, elderly folks and young children in China who need aid and affection. Instead of giving money, shoes or clothes, we decided to donate food that is bought from cash donations made from members. Many people also bring rice and milk to the event place to donate to them. The basic principle though is to give love and affection to them who are missing this. This are the basic needs that all humans need, as some things just can’t be bought with money or material things. With simple gestures like playing games, talking, caring and give love to them, we can make a hearty difference.

How do you spread the word? We use WeChat as a platform as it's the most effective. The groups, divided into a main group and a volunteers group, have approximately 1,100 members and many are from all over China. Our

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official account is followed by almost 600 members and growing. As of August this year, A Heart for China has a license to operate legally in Shenzhen, with myself being legally responsible, and with an official administration. Our logo is also registered in China as of September 2015. We have more plans to grow consistently and hope to launch this initiative in more cities around China.

How do you fund your activities? As we have different costs and sometimes need to cover expenses such as transport, funding, sponsorship and donations are necessary. Right now, members or myself are covering it, but it's always possible if we want to grow and provide more assistance. Our plan for spending is targeted, and we try to make use of the donations in a way that they are helpful in daily life for the children and people in need.

We have organized more than 22 activities to date, in orphanages, shelters and elderly homes since May this year, as well as a pool party and dinner party to bring our members together. We have donated over 1,000 kilograms of rice and 60 liters of shampoo and soaps. Numerous liters of milk and other food items were also donated, as well as small things such as toys and clothes. The autistic school that we visit regularly has about 140 children aged 4 to 16, many mentally and physically disabled, orphans and others. Our future plans are to start English classes in poor desolated villages and poor children in the main cities that are not rich to follow English or foreign culture. We want to truly help more poor places in the main city by giving food and care, planning sports activities for poor children such as football, set up a donation storage space so we can send out clothes, shoes and books to very poor villages in China, and train volunteers and help them to understand how to help people. The most important thing is that our organization and our volunteer members can contribute to our common goal, which is to make children and elderly people in need happy and to care for them with all our hearts. To get in touch with Ronny, email ronny@fastmail.com


Movember Madness

Raising money for men’s health Contributed by David Pollicutt and Stuart Geraghty

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ovember is traditionally the time of year where people’s energy can start to wane in school: shoulders may droop, and rings of fatigue appear under eyes as people grimly march towards the promised rest of the Christmas holidays and Chinese New Year. This November is different, as teachers at Utahloy International School Guangzhou and The British School of Guangzhou celebrate Movember! This is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as depression in men, prostate cancer and other male cancers.

At Utahloy International School Guangzhou, 23 brave teachers from both Primary and Secondary have accepted the challenge of growing a moustache for the month in order to raise money for charity. Headed up by the charming Head of English, Mr. David Pollicutt, the end of the month will see ‘The Great Shave-Off’ in school, where students will get an opportunity to bid at an auction to shave off teachers’ moustaches. Perhaps students can finally have some razor-blade revenge enacted on that strict science or maths teacher! To help out, go to www.justgiving. com/uisgz

At The British School of Guangzhou, several male teachers have braved the challenge by growing their moustaches to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK. But it’s not just the men that are supporting this good cause. Female staff members, known as Mo’Sistas, will be helping out during the month by encouraging everyone to make donations and by selling moustache merchandise such as badges and stickers during the last week of school so that everyone in the school community can join in the fun. The last day will of course be a spectacle for students, with lots of fan‘tache’tic fun for all! To help The British School of Guangzhou

out, simply make a donation in person at the school’s front desk before November 27.

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When your hip hurts

Understanding hip injuries and pain By Erick Chen, Athletic Trainer, United Family Guangzhou Clinic

Causes of hip injuries

tabular Impingement (FAI). FAI may affect the hip joint in young and middleaged adults and occurs when the ballshaped femoral head rubs abnormally or does not permit a normal range of motion in the acetabular socket. Damage can occur to the articular cartilage or labral cartilage (soft tissue bumper of the socket), or both. FAI-related pain is often felt in the groin, but may also be experienced in the lower back or around the hip. Patients can also feel clicking, grinding or stiffness in the joint. Joint stiffness is often described as needing to “pop the hip to make it feel better.” Patients with FAI will also report discomfort with prolonged hip flexion activities like sitting. Diagnosis is commonly made by testing the range of motion for the hip and can be confirmed with diagnostic imaging. Typically, the first type of intervention would be oral anti-inflammatory medication and physical therapy. The initial goals would be reduce pain and inflammation, followed up by increasing strength of the hip joint and lumbar pelvic stability. In more severe cases of FAI direct steroid injection or surgical intervention will be required to fix the problem.

that surrounds the socket of ball-andsocket joints. A labrum is found in both the shoulder and the hip joint. The laHip pain can result brum forms a ring around the edge of from several differthe bony socket of the joint. It helps to ent types of injuries. provide stability to the joint by deepIt can be anything ening the socket, yet unlike bone, it from a muscle strain also allows flexibility and motion. to chronic injuries of There are two general types of hip the hip joint itself. Muscle strains labral tears: degenerative tears and around the hip joint will have similar traumatic injuries. A degenerative tear symptoms to muscle strains to other is a chronic injury that occurs as a reparts of the body. Usually after a sudsult of repetitive use and activity. Deden, fast or high-impact movement generative labral tears can be seen in you will experience immediate sharp the early stages of hip arthritis. A traupain. Over a few hours, this will also matic hip labral tear is usually an acute cause muscle tightness and stiffness to injury as a result of a sports injury, fall, the entire region. Commonly strained or accident. Hip labral tears can be seen muscle groups that affect the hips in association with episodes of hip diswould include hip flexors, adductors location or subluxation. They are comand hamstrings. However, chronic monly associated with sudden, twisting groin pain can sometimes be associatmaneuvers that cause immediate pain ed with hip joint injuries. Pain within in the hip. It can be difficult to diagthe hip joint is most often, but not alnose. Many of the symptoms are simiways, experienced in the groin. Pain lar to symptoms of a groin strain, snapover the outside of the hip is usually ping hip syndrome, sports hernia or not caused by a hip joint problem, and other athletic injuries of the hip joint. is more commonly related to hip bursiFurthermore, just because a tear is seen tis or a pinched nerve in the back. Pain the hip labrum on an MRI, it does tients with hip problems usually comnot mean the tear is necessarily the plain of groin pain. This is called "recause of the pain. As with an impingeferred pain," and it is due to the organiment injury, common conservative zation of nerves in our body. Another type of hip injury is a labral treatment would be oral anti-inflamtear. The labrum is a type of cartilage matory medicines in conjunction with physical therapy, with more Types of hip inju// Erick Chen is an MA and Athletic Trainer at United Family Guangzhou invasive treatment being ries and treatment Clinic, 1/F, Annex, PICC Bldg, 301 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong, Yuexiu District, steroid injections and ultiGuangzhou 广州市越秀区广州大道中301号人保大厦南塔副楼首层 One common type of hip mately surgical intervention. (4008 919 191, 24-hour Urgent Care: (020) 8710 6060 joint injury is Femoral Ace-

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Anorexia

Battling this disorder By Dr. Li De Zhi, Shenzhen HarMoniCare Women & Children’s Hospital

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norexia is no joking matter. Also known as anorexia nervosa, this health issue is becoming a larger problem day by day.

What is anorexia? Anorexia nervosa is a serious, often chronic, and life-threatening eating disorder characterized by a distorted body image and self-starvation despite extremely low body-weight. People with anorexia place a high value on controlling their weight and shape, using extreme efforts that tend to significantly interfere with activities in their lives.

What are the types of anorexia? It can be divided into infantile anorexia and adolescence anorexia. Infantile anorexia is related to improper feeding

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times and bad eating habits. For example, not eating regularly is an issue. You won't have an appetite if you eat snacks or candy before a meal. One must always have something in your stomach so that blood sugar levels do not drop. Adolescent anorexia is more common in women who are excessively pursuing a slim figure. It occurs in women, and tends to start between the ages of 13 to 25 years old. Because of the longterm eating control, some people even try to constantly stimulate the pharynx with their fingers in order to spit the food out. This disrupts the normal nerve reflex artificially, and leads the brain to no longer get stimulated when seeing food. The reduction of secretion

of digestive juices, peristalsis of stomach and slowing down of the bowel – all of these are reasons why people suffering from anorexia don’t feel hungry when they see food. Instead, they feel disgusted and sick. Consequently, it affects the pathological nerve reflex. Anorexia is often accompanied by changes in personality, malnutrition, decrease of cardiac function and metabolic and endocrine disorders. For example, the female suffers from amenorrhea. Around 5 to 15 percent of people die from issues like cardiac complications, multiple organ failure, secondary infections and suicide.

How to treat and prevent adolescent anorexia? For patients who haven’t eaten food for a long time, their gastrointestinal function will weaken. So when having food, one should start with a soft diet, or more meals but in smaller quantities. If you eat excessively at one time, you will feel bloated and have abdominal pain. You should take oral medicine to improve appetite and digestive function. Some people with light symptoms can use traditional Chinese medicine to nourish the spleen and the stomach. One must also get enough sleep to ease psychological pressure and use zinc supplementation therapy to increase the appetite. Severe cases will require medicines to correct water electrolyte disorder and malnutrition. The use of behavior therapy and psychotherapy will also help patients, especially those who are above 18 and whose history of the disease exceeds three years. Those who cannot be helped by medicine and therapy can resort to surgery, although it is often not needed. A balanced diet, good habits and enough sleep can help you to prevent anorexia.


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Battling body image issues

Learning to see your body in a new light By Jenny Ostermiller

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was horrified. As a part of my sixth grade health class a few years ago, students learned how to set goals. While looking through the responses, I noticed a lovely, healthy girl had written the following: “I will lose 3 kilograms.” She had listed several things she would do to achieve this goal – cutting calories, exercising several times a week, weighing in. When I asked her why she thought she needed to lose weight, she told me that she thought she was fat. Despite my protestations, nothing could convince her otherwise. She was 11 years old. As much as I would like to say that this kind of thing is an isolated incident, I recognize through my work as a school counselor and my experiences as a woman who doesn’t live in a cave devoid of media influences that this is typical. I would venture to guess that most women (and the majority of men) can quickly list off all of the physical flaws they possess – muffin top, cellulite, too much junk in the trunk, thunder thighs – the list goes on and on. Most of us have tried some kind of diet or exercise regimen to remedy our issues. Most of us fail. A 10-day juice cleanse rarely leads to

one feeling good about themselves in the long term. But again and again, we hop on the treadmill of diet advice and exercise fads hoping that the next big trend will lead to a romping on the beach in a tiny bikini, America’s Next Top Model style. So how do we, as human beings, and especially women, regain the right to feel good about our bodies? Is there a magic pill or workout move that can solve all of our diet and size woes? My answer is an empathetic no. There is no magic. There is no quick fix. However, there is hope.

My own experience in the last year has taught me that when we eat healthful, nutritious food we can transform how we feel about our bodies and how we feel in general. My own journey this year saw what some would consider a radical change in the way I eat and view food. For me, adopting whole foods and a plant-based diet (with no animal products or added oil) has helped me to understand and appreciate the gift of a healthy body and mind in a way that I couldn’t imagine before. By fueling my body with real foods that haven’t been processed or refined beyond recognition, I have finally developed a relationship with my body that I am happy with. I no longer look in the mirror seeking flaws. Rather, I understand that taking care of myself leads to a host of physical and emotional benefits, including feeling good about how I look in my skinny jeans. The best thing we can do for ourselves or as parents and role models to children is to seek out good health and stop looking for quick fixes. By truly nourishing ourselves with our food rather than chasing a certain size through, we can’t help but change the way we view our bodies.

Jenny Ostermiller is in her fifth year as the middle school counselor at the American International School of Guangzhou. She has 16 years of experience in education working in a number of schools in the United States, Venezuela, the United Arab Emirates and China. Urban Family thanks the South China International School Counselors’ Network, a group of over 40 school counselors from 12 international schools in Dongguan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Nanjing. SCISCN provides an opportunity for the sharing of ideas and professional development, and promoting mental health care to the expat and local communities. Every issue of Urban Family will feature an article written by the SCISCN.

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Are dental implants for you?

Finding other solutions to missing teeth

Dr. Cheepeng Sum, Dentist, Eur Am International Medical Center

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patient recently asked me if we offered implant service. The question came up because the patient had a space between his back teeth and wanted to have an implant. We do. But instead, we offered the patient the provision of a bridge prosthesis. We informed him that the teeth adjacent to the space both needed to have crowns as there were very large fillings in them and that these teeth would make good retainers for a bridge prosthesis instead of using an implant retained prosthesis. He was surprised. Bridges have been in use in dentistry for a very long time and they offer excellent long-term service to patients

over two to three decades. Implants are no more successful than bridges. We are bombarded by the media on a daily basis, giving us information that implants are the most modern and best solution to replace missing teeth. They are, but there are at least four important provisions: 1. You are in very good health – you do not smoke, have no diabetes and are not osteoporotic or have taken medicines for osteoporosis. 2. You have a very healthy mouth – you do not have active gum disease and practice good oral hygiene. 3. The bone where the implant is to be buried is of sufficient width and height, otherwise additional procedures to build bone may be necessary. 4. You are willing to put in the time and effort to maintain your implant after insertion.

The relationship between the implant surface and bone, whilst it is special and not like that of the tooth, can suffer gum-diseasetype inflammation and infection. Good oral health and good hygiene will aid the implant to last longer whereas poor oral hygiene practice will be followed by implant failure. Implant loss is also closely associated with smoking (less than 10 sticks a day). Ask your dentist about what is the best method of replacing your missing tooth. The implant need not be the best solution for you. Dr. Cheepeng Sum is a dentist from Singapore at Eur Am International Medical Center. 1/F North Tower, Ocean Pearl Building, 19 Huali Lu, Zhujiang New Town (020) 3758 5328; 24-hr Urgent Care: 137 1041 3347). 康辰国际医疗, 珠江新城华利路19号远洋明珠大 厦北座首层. www.eurammedicalcenter.com

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Wellbeing

The art of Feng Shui

How it can influence your home By Alyssa Wieting

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eng shui is one of those terms everyone is familiar with but no one
can quite define. This is hardly a surprise as feng shui is incredibly complex and mysterious in nature and intention. Over time it has developed and progressed into different schools and areas of application. However, if you are able to immerse yourself in the art and embrace its ideology, it can not only improve your home, but alter your life for the better. Feng shui explained The term feng shui literally means 'wind and water,' and is all about balancing one’s environment in order to bring good karma to your life (or company if practiced in an office).
 The fundamentals of feng shui revolve around the relationship between five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. All of these elements affect different areas of one’s life. Feng shui has developed as a lifestyle that brings harmony to one’s life and home.

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The history of Feng Shui

Tips to help you tweak your home

Feng shui is an ancient discipline that began in China thousands of years ago. It was originally used to identify safe dwellings that would allow farmers’ crops to flourish and also to determine appropriate burial sites for deceased relatives. As the years went by, it developed into a way to identify suitable locations for palaces, monuments and even entire cities, so that they could thrive and prosper. Although its popularity has waxed and waned over the years, feng shui has always been an integral part of Chinese culture. Today, it is used across the globe for interiors, predictions, and even bettering one’s business or karma, but it will always treasure its Chinese roots.

1. When buying a new home, a road should never lead directly to your front door as this brings bad luck. The road in front of your home should also not curve in a semi-circle away from your front door. 2. Your apartment should not neighbor a building that is made completely of glass. The glass from the next-door building will reflect into your home and this also brings bad luck. 3. A mirror in the bedroom should never face directly towards the bed, nor should one face directly towards a door in the bathroom. 4. The front door should also never be placed directly in front of the end of a stairwell. 5. Do not have fake flowers in your home; everything should bring real life into your home. 6. Every home has a different directional system that is associated with a meaning, such as wealth, love or wisdom.

Seeking Advice For a better understanding of feng shui, we ask Mr. Yuan Feng for advice. A feng shui consultant from Shanghai, Yuan has been consulting across China for over a decade. Although he mainly offers his expertise for private homes, both local and international companies have turned to him for consultations so as to improve their karma, wealth or knowledge in an industry. When appraising someone’s home, a consultant or master will use antique tools to assist them in directional methods, since the north, south, east and west are key to the fundamentals of feng shui. Yuan is only able to reveal the basics of his trade as the rest are kept secret and never revealed. It is very important for clients to believe in feng shui, or else they will not be able to participate in the consultation. For example, Yuan explains, “In the traditional way, if the client is a couple and the wife does not believe in feng shui, and they are both present for the consultation, the wife has to drink a cup of wine and hold it for the entire process, so that she is unable to say anything that is not good luck.” It is essential to always bring luck and good karma upon the home and to exhibit decorum.

It is important for different family members to be placed in rooms that correlate to the element they most want to achieve. (This is different for every home and a feng shui master will need to be consulted.)

Yuan believes that families in particular can benefit from the art of feng shui in their homes. It can help the essence of a home; however, it cannot solve all the complex problems of a family. “We believe that feng shui is part of the solution, but still you need to work together as a family in order to have good outcomes,” he explains. By altering the positioning of their room and bed in the home, feng shui can also help couples improve fertility if they are trying to start a family. In recent years feng shui has grown increasingly popular in China and consultants are widely available. However, Yuan cautions that one must be careful when hiring a feng shui consultant or master. “There are few people who really can access the true information and techniques, so there are frauds in the field. In the past development of the feng shui technique, there have been gaps and breaks, so you don’t get the right information if you don’t follow a true teacher.”

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What’s in your child’s clothing? The toxic truth By Rosa Deluca

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veryone knows that China is the world's largest garment exporter, and kids' wear is one of its fastest growing sectors. However, at the expense of price and ease, how safe is the clothing that China makes?

Tests conducted in Britain by Greenpeace have found residues of hazardous chemicals in children’s clothing and shoes sold by major brands, including fast fashion, sportswear and luxury brands. Eightytwo items were studied and traces of toxins were found in all but six. The study confirms that the use of hazardous chemicals is still widespread – even during the manufacture of clothes for children and infants. Let that sink in for a moment. Yikes. The chemicals detected included hormone-disrupting nonylphenol ethoxylates and phthalates,

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reproductive and immune toxins in the perfluorochemicals family, and antimony (a material similar to arsenic and organotins), which can damage immune and nervous systems. Greenpeace said that while amounts were small and there’s no evidence that children wearing the items would be harmed, precaution nevertheless called for an end to their use in textile production. But until manufacturers change their ways, here’s a few things parents can do: •If you buy something that you suspect is toxic (like it smells bad), wash it, wash it, wash it! The more you wash it, the more the toxins will be removed. •Just say no to sandals, shoes, boots or raingear made entirely or predominantly from rubber or plastic-like materials. Keep an eye out when shopping for shoes treated with antimicrobial chemicals. •Rid wardrobes of garments screen printed with plastisol, the

thick, rubbery material used to create slightly raised designs and logos. •Don’t purchase clothing promising stain-resistant, waterproof or odorfighting performance technologies, which utilize toxic chemicals. •Steer clear of polyester, which frequently contains traces of antimony. Stick to natural fiber clothing, preferably certified organic cotton, or select clothing manufactured in the US and Europe where regulations are generally stricter. Or buy or accept pre-loved clothing from friends or second-hand shops (the more the fabric is washed, the less toxins the fabric will retain). •Don’t add insult to injury. Wash clothing in plant-based detergents without synthetic fragrances, which can contain hormonedisrupting chemicals. Let your clothes line dry. Literally, air them out. The sun will also help the toxins to break down faster.


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Your crowning glory

Hair tips to help you shine Compiled by Lena Gidwani, with contributions from Joseph Fernandes

“I think that the most important thing a person can have - next to talent, of course - is their hairdresser.” ― Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford is right. Your hairstylist may be a magician, but psychic they are not. In the imperfect real world that we live in, we walk into a hair salon, all dressed up and living in a fantasy to look a certain way, and then often leave frustrated at our hairdresser, wishing he or she had a bit more knowledge to make you look the way you want. But whose fault is it really? Joseph Fernandes, owner and stylist at Joseph Fernandes Hair Studio, works in both Guangzhou and Dongguan, and has plenty of experience with non-Asian hair, which often tends to suffer more in the weather we have here. A Brazilian native, Joseph was kind enough to share what hairstylists wish you knew before you walked through the door and sat down in their chairs. Prepare to be (re)educated, folks. Here’s to a more fashionable you.

because you're afraid to voice your opinion. This is your head, and a stylist's end goal is for you to be happy. 2) If you're not protecting your hair at home, you're making your life harder than it should be. Stylists want you to use a hydrating hair mask (either storebought or even homemade) once a week. This is especially true if you're planning an extreme shift, such as

3) Using permanent dye does not mean that your hair color will be brighter, last longer, or stay in better than it would with semi-permanent dye. Permanent color lifts and takes out original hair color and deposits new color in. Semipermanent dye does not lift out color – it only adds/deposits new color. Both dye types fade equally fast. For precolored ends, you don't need permanent dye, because the natural color has already been lifted out. Only use permanent dye on roots and grays. Use semipermanent dye to freshen up all-over color. It is less damaging, lasts longer, and is way shinier. And your stylist will be happy, because you won't walk in with a home hair dye disaster. 4) If you have dark brown or black hair, and want to go silver or pastel, it's going to take a lot of love and a lot of work. If you have ever dyed your hair dark, even if it was years ago, the ends are not untouched hair. If you have dyed it more than once, you have layers of color that need to come off. Don't be scared if the first two layers of bleaching result in a yellowlooking funk. Be patient. It's a process.

The main point Joseph stresses here is that people in the PRD, especially from black to blonde. Apply your mask if they are new to the city and not used of choice to towel-dried hair three to hairstylists and the way they work in inches down from the roots, then work China, should be prepared for how long 1) Stylists cannot read your mind. If you through to the ends and leave it on for certain things might take, what the costs want to change what has been happen20 minutes. Voila. may be and what maintenance will ening, then talk to them. Show photos, tail. Do a little research so that you have and tell them what you want. Rememrealistic expectaber that while you Joseph Fernandes has over 12 years of experience in make-up and hair design. He first made a tions. may not get exactly name for himself in Brazil where he styled for bridal magazines, fashion shows and modeling what any picture agencies. After learning Western styling techniques, he took his talents to China and honed If you want to get your shows, they are infihis skills at the Boris HC Training School in Guangzhou. Joseph has now established himself as a master stylist in the southern China region. His work can be viewed in advertisements hair cut and styled by nitely helpful in and runways all over Guangdong. His talents extend beyond the fashion scene as you can Joseph, add him on Weguiding the stylist. often find him in the salon creating Brazilian-inspired cuts and coloring for all of his clients. Chat: josephdongguan Just don't keep quiet

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THE FASHION ISSUE By Lena Gidwani and Rose Symotiuk

Models: sOFIA AND lONDON, photos by Maria Icaza de Martinez

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n this issue of Urban Family, we devote ourselves to fashion across the PRD, from where to get clothing deals in markets and malls and chic handmade jewelry crafted by emerging entrepreneurs, to what’s new in the world of design and what our young fashionistas are wearing. As the foliage changes and you bundle up in scarves and sweaters, remember the true and wise words of Coco Chanel: fashions fade, but style is eternal‌ www.urban-family.com

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Off the beaten track Getting value for money

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veryone and their babies shop at H&M, Uniqlo and Decathlon in Guangzhou and Shenzhen. This means that at any given time, you or your child could leave the house looking like several others on the street. It’s not very fashionable isn’t it? Instead of all these big brand stores, you should head to malls and markets where you’ll get more bang for your buck. Here is a list of where you can buy or make your own clothes.

Shenzhen

Dongmen

Located on Nanshui Lu and starting at Shuiwan Metro stop, this is a weird yet amazing paradise of kids clothing. There are a lot of fashionable clothes you can find at the mall at astonishingly low prices, especially for girls. You won’t mind it then if it's a tad too small or needs a good wash.

If you want a plethora of stores selling children’s wear, baby items and even maWhy put yourself through being ternity dresses, look no further than pawed and screamed at in Luohu Zhongshan Ba Lu. This stretch has a few Commercial Center when Dongareas like Fuli Kid’s City and Lihu Building, men is a far calmer alternative with which caters to everything like factory secbetter prices and selection. Sure, onds, brand-new garments both for it’s a madhouse if you go on the wholesale and retail, and even toys and weekend or a public holiday, but on baby beds. It’s also linked to the Nantian a Tuesday morning you will the Children's Clothing and Baby Goods Trade place to yourself. One big kids Center. The stretch is a bit of a maze and shopping center is down an alley one has to have good skills in bargaining from Baoyi Art Mall. You can find and navigating to hunt down the best everything there from an elaborate deals. It is located just 200 meters away mini wedding dress to bins full of from Zhongshan Ba Metro station, using cheap kids’ socks, and everything Exit A. No. 61-101, Zhongshan Ba Lu, Liwan District 中山八路 in between. It mainly focuses on 61-101号荔湖大厦 clothes, but there are toys and baby supplies there too. Dongmen also has the best choices for tailors First Tunnel clothing center in Shenzhen. If you live in Futian or Luohu, or are looking for something beautiful like a custom qipao, this is the spot. The best part is that this is a fabric market in the central area, with tailors dotted around the outside wall. You can shop for your fabric or fun and fashionable accessories and bring them to your Located close to the Guangzhou Railway chosen tailor. Even better, the tailor can walk you around to some Station and right by Baima clothing marshops if you’re looking for someket and Liuhua wholesale apparel market, thing special. this underground stretch is part of a largNo. 1 Li Xin Lu, Dongmen, Luohu District 罗湖东 er zone dedicated to locally produced 门立新路1号 fashion. It covers a length of 2 kilometers,

Shekou 'New' Street

Nanshui Lu, Shekou District 蛇口南水路

Sea Taste Mall in Shekou

Sea Taste Mall was one of the first highend apartments built on the water. Now the sea has been filled and residents gaze out at the newer Coastal Rose Garden 2 across the street. The inside is well worth a visit as it’s mostly targeted at kids, so there’s a play area, a variety of classes like pottery and many tiny kids clothing shops. While not as cheap as Shekou New Street, it is airconditioned! Another noteworthy spot in Sea Taste Mall are the tailors. Used mostly by expats, they’ll happily copy your favorite dress or kids' clothes at low prices. Haiyun Jiayuan, Shekou District 蛇口海韵嘉园

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and there are some 1,200 shops and two main floors. The market mainly consists of seven areas: trendy women’s wear, leisure wear, men’s clothing, Korean styles, local leisure wear, children’s clothes, socks and underwear. Liuhua Jie, Yuexiu District 广州市越秀区流花街

Zhanxi Lu

Home to the replica watch market (not that we buy any!) and retail garment shops, this congested area is also known to many as 'Western Market.' There are several tiny stores and bargaining is very much recommended. Come armed with patience and plenty of energy; this market is a force to be reckoned with.

Zhongda market is not hard to find. Rumored to be the biggest fabric and accessories distribution center in South China, this market is located at the intersection of Xingang Xi Lu and Lixin Lu in Liwan District. It is just adjacent to the distinguished Sun Yet-sen University, about 200 meters from Exit D of Zhongda metro station. There are hundreds of stores with swatches for just about every fabric under the sun, and it is the biggest fabric and accessories distribution center in Guangzhou as well as South China. Everything from hot iron-on patches and lace, to buttons and even faux fur can be found there. Changjiang International Fur City and Jiu Zhou Textile Trade Plaza are also in the vicinity. Just be prepared for the chaos of human traffic, bicycles, motorcycles, push carts, cars, vans and trucks. Xingang Xi Lu, Liwan District (Metro stop is Sun Yat Sen University, Exit D, and walk straight for 200 meters after the exit and turn right on Ruikang Lu) 广州 国际轻纺城,海珠区新港西路中大国际轻纺城

Grandview and TaiKoo Hui

When it comes to packing up the (screaming) little one and trekking all over the city or buying online, Taobao is a no-brainer for kids' clothes. How does one navigate this enormous site and get cute clothing for baby? Here are three tips to help you.

Payment and Delivery Concierge

Zhanxi Lu, Yuexiu District 广州市越秀区站西路

Highsun Fabric Market

If you want your fabric of choice and an excess of decent tailors, this building is your best bet. It's small and retail sales are welcome, making it easier to navigate around. A tip for the newbie: bring along pictures of what you want made, and if you happen to have a garment that you want copied, even better. Remember to buy a bit of extra fabric too, just in case. Want curtains? Look directly across from the entrance, and voila, a whole building just for you!

Tackling Taobao for kids' clothes

If you’re looking for more upmarket fashion, the fifth floor of Grandview Mall and Level M of TaiKoo Hui has several boutiques for branded kids' clothes and products. Located in the same area as Toys ‘R’ Us, prices are fixed and it's a great place for special occasion wear and gifts. Grandview Mall: 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District 天河区 天河路228号

TaiKoo Hui: 383 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District 广州市天河区 天河路383号太古汇商场

Mothercare

No. 429-431, Yanjiang Dong Lu, Yuexiu District 广州

For a lot of us, language isn’t the problem. It’s paying (Alipay Wallet, why are you so difficult?) and arranging delivery that’s the hassle. Fortunately, there are many services out there to do it for you. People love WeChat Secretary (wesecretary.com), which charges a mere 5 percent of your Taobao purchase. Relative newcomer Help Wanted Services is popular in Shenzhen (WeChat: help_wanted).

Surfing Taobao in English Download Google Chrome, and the browser can automatically translate the site into bad English. It’s faster than learning the characters for 'onesie.'

市沿江东路429-431号, 即海印桥西北引桥侧

Shop like a king or queen

China fabrics and accessories center

The number of sold items determines the rating of the seller, labeled by heart, diamond, blue crown or a crown of gold. The lowest rating is hearts, the highest golden crowns. The highest rated sellers have five crowns by their names in the upper right corner. Don’t settle for anything less than three crowns, or you may end up with a dodgy seller.

Mothercare, a baby products brand from the UK, launched its first store in Guangzhou in G.T Land Winter Plaza in Zhujiang Xincheng. Selling the essentials, it's worth a look if you have cash to spare. B1, GTLand Winter Mall, Zhujiang Dong Lu, Zhujiang

Known to many by its more familiar name,

Xincheng, Tianhe District 天河区珠江新城珠江东路高 德置地冬广场B1楼

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Fashion forward Inspiring stories from emerging designers

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hen we look at clothes or jewelry, we appreciate its design, color and texture, and often stop at that. We are unaware of the story behind it, the artisan or designer who made it. In the PRD, we’re lucky to have a plethora of markets and factories to support our desire to create. Urban Family spoke to five emerging fashion and accessory designers. throwing her hat into the ring The great American writer Mark Twain once said, "To succeed in life you need two things: ignorance and confidence."

relia Humphreys

jennifer kofler

It was the spring of 2014 when Jennifer and her daughter Vivian, as her assistant, went to Hong Kong for a handmade sale in Discovery Bay. She had her usual array of items, but had also included a few last minute headbands that she had managed to glue together mere moments before leaving. Unfortunately as they were soon to find out, doing an outdoor sale in May during typhoon season is not a great idea. As gale force winds smashed against her windows and the sky grew ever darker, they went down for some solace and afternoon tea. And what to their amazement did they see? A parade of cute hats and truly fascinating fascinators. There was a wedding taking place in the hotel and Jennifer was overwhelmed by the beautiful array of 100-plus ladies with feathers, crystals, bows and flowers being worn on their heads. She was hooked. She had found her calling, her destiny.

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Jennifer Kofler, owner and creative director of Vivian Blooms, Hand Made, has plenty of both. Oh, and of course, a heap of creativity.

covered headbands. With trains cancelled due to the flooding, she reached home at 3.30 in the morning. Exhausted but with a new spark of inspiration, Vivian Blooms, Hand Made, was born. An en-

chanting collection of millinery creations and hair accessories filled with fun and whimsy for all ages, it has the perfect accessory for weddings, cocktail parties, a day at the races, or an unfor-

gettable night on the town. Girls will find butterflies, flowers, headkerchiefs, sun hats and more. Women will find a collection of wonderful hats and fascinators, each one unique and hand made by Jen herself. The hats are decorated to delight and enjoy with crystals, pearls and, most of all, flowers. Jennifer creates each flower using the French millinery technique from the finest nature fabrics – velvet, silk and linen. With this process, the natural fiber is starched and then hung to dry. The flowers petals are then cut out of the stiffened fabric. Each one is then crafted by hand. The flowers are manipulated by heat, twisted and turned, then worked into arrangements and attached to the custom-made base. And to think that all this was inspired from a procession of ladies… To order one of Jennifer’s creations, email vivian.blooms@yahoo.com


The art of a goldsmith IKoNA sprung from Giulia Santini’s passion for art and the harmonious beauty of nature, as well as from her unspoken need to somehow counterbalance the very male nature of her profession in research and development. It is the perfect combination of her lifelong passions: natural gems, designing and the patient, empowering art of handcrafting.

How did you start off?

It all took off in 2010, when an Italian jeweler trained me to source gems to be used in his creations. It broadened my knowledge of precious stones and introduced me to the universe of a goldsmith’s laboratory. Since then, my passion for jewelry designing has done nothing but deepen, and in 2013, I started crafting my own gold and silver creations under the IKoNA brand.

IKoNa is an interesting name. What does it symbolize? IKoNA stands for artistic expression. The logo itself has a silhouette of a graceful capital 'I,' which symbolizes the collector’s intimate and individual connection with the design. Each unique piece of jewelry is aimed at collecting and conveying the inspiration I derive from surrounding human or natural worlds. Each piece is hand-made

All about pearls Meet Maggie Melkonian, owner of Coquette, a fashionable pearl jewelry line. Known as the queen of gems, pearls are the epitome of class and elegance. Known to enhance any outfit from a little black dress to a ballroom gown, pearls are coming back into fashion in a big way, replacing diamonds as a staple amongst fashionistas worldwide, thanks to the influence of celebrities like Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Tell us about yourself.

I'm French, and I am originally from the fashion capital of Paris. My husband Leon and I have been in business for 20 years. When in Paris, we had a family business manufacturing and specializing in ladies fashion clothing. A few years ago, Leon decided to make the move to China to try his hand in the food and service industry, something completely different from what we know! I followed him soon after. Our son and daughter still live in Paris. Usually the children leave the nest and seek adventure and new horizons; it's the opposite with us! Leon owns and runs Chicken Express in Guangzhou.

How did you get your business started? When I first moved to Guangzhou five years ago, I was aware that China has the world’s biggest freshwater pearl production farms. My quest for stylish, modern designs was very different from the classic pearl necklaces that were being sold. The choices were also limited and it was nothing really creative. Although I admit I do own a few store-bought generic designs, it was never enough and I was always on the lookout for more. Whenever I saw a row of pearls, I would instantly think of presenting it differently and that it truly what got my creative juices flowing. The desire to hand-make what I love to wear became real this year. I created my brand Coquette, and my designs

from scratch, and each detail is cured to perfection, with patience and love. It can take as much as two weeks for a masterpiece to be completed. It's a true labor of love. It gives me pride and joy to see each piece 'emerge' slowly before my eyes, as it was conceived by my imagination. The highest reward is to observe the collector look at the finished piece for the first time and recognize it as his own. I truly enjoy the sudden burst of emotions of somebody who feels reunited to a long-lost and finally recollected extension of their persona. To get in touch with Giulia, email d.auradia@hotmail.com

utilize a mixture of materials like wood, leather, gems and silver, all mixed with gorgeous freshwater pearls. What more could I ask for?

What’s on the horizon?

I am working on a new collection which will be presented at the GWIC Christmas Charity Bazaar on November 17 at Gold Arch residences on Ersha Island, as well as other upcoming community bazaars. As for the future, this summer I had a pleasant surprise when a retail jewelry shop in Paris bought the few styles I had with me to sell in her shop. They want to further collaborate with me, and this is a great opportunity for me to be exposed to the Parisian market. To buy pieces from Coquette, email magd999@hotmail.com

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COVER STORY From home baker to jewelry designer Santi Kehoe, 31, is fresh faced on a Sunday morning considering she was up late last night hosting a fabulous dinner party at her house complete with homemade cupcakes fresh from her own oven. The mom of two has been running a home-based baking business for the past year and is now setting her sights on a new project in the year to come – the introduction of her own jewelry line.

“I love wearing jewelry and I like pretty stuff and it encouraged me to start making my own. When you buy it at the stores then people have the same stuff as you, sometimes you’ll see people wearing the exact same pieces. I wanted to create something different and I discovered this passion in me.” With a background in fashion from her native Indonesia, Santi says that her taste in jewelry draws strongly from her love of 1960s fashion, though she also draws inspiration from modern trends. She is currently enrolled in a jewelry making class to upskill and gain more design experience in her craft. “There is a huge bead market in Guangzhou but it is rather a journey to

make and it’s not always possible with two young children to care for. However, there are little nooks and crannies around Shenzhen that I have found over time. This is what I like about living in Shenzhen, you discover shops where you can get great stuff.” Santi says that while her current focus is on creating individual pieces of jewelry, she will in time create a proper collection and expand into custom orders. Her plan is to launch her jewelry sales through online means and is considering vendor platforms, particularly Alibaba. Watch this space folks! To get in touch with Santi, email kehoesanti@hotmail.com

Small people, big business Children’s wear market is one of the most lucrative segments in the global clothing industry. Estimated to hit a value of USD173 billion dollars by 2017, the kids wear market tends to be recession-proof. Realizing this, brands like Oscar de la Renta, Fendi, Marc Jacobs and Roberto Cavalli have expanded rapidly into children’s wear. But it’s easy to feel a sense of nausea at the prices they sell for and at the idea that children, especially little girls, are being groomed to be future shoppers, though a Gucci bib is scarcely a prequel to a Gucci bag. Enter Ruba Sibai, mother of three and resident in Guangzhou. Seeing a niche in the market when she was younger, she created three brands that are now sold in stores across Australia, the USA and online.

I was born in Sydney, Australia. I originally studied Information Technology but my real passion was fashion. I opened my first women and men's

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love for girls’ wear began. I sometimes head over to TaiKoo Hui and spend hours in the boutiques touching and admiring the incredible craftsmanship and fabrics of the designers. I’m very excited about the future of my three brands and I hope to keep on doing what I love. To purchase Ruba’s dresses, email sales@dollfaceclothing.com.au

Why did you make the move to Guangzhou?

We opened our factory six years ago in Dongguan and were travelling back and forth from Australia to China on a monthly basis. This was getting really hard with a young family. We made the decision to move to Guangzhou three years ago and have been here since then. Our expectations of the city were very low before arriving and surprisingly, we were blown away. My inspiration comes from high-end luxury designers, as that's where my true

Photo by Ruba Sibai

Ruba, tell us more about you and your brands.

boutique when I was 19 and later expanded to five and became very interested in girls’ wear. Three years later, I had my second daughter Alyssia. While I was pregnant I realized there was a gap in the market for people who loved the look, feel and quality of luxury kids wear but at middle market pricing. So I started designing and creating my range. The first label I created was called Petite by Celine. This brand is for girls’ fashion from birth to 12. Soon after, I started a second label called Alyssia Couture, which is special occasion wear and for girls from birth to 12. Three years later, my baby Lara was born and I created a luxury baby range called Lullaby.


Macao International Design Show 2015 Four of the best in design By Tristan Zhang

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rom clothes to furniture, Macau International Design Show 2015 is the pinnacle of what is defined as a feast to the eyes and food for the soul. The show opened on November 6, offering guests three days of design inspiration. Here are four of our top picks this year. Daniel Wang - couture gowns Clarance Wong - fANCY SUITS

For the bride-tobe, WTC Studio presents their gorgeous highend wedding dresses. Helmed by founder Daniel Wang, these haute couture gowns and formal dresses have appeared in magazines and also in a popular film titled Tiny Times, making gossip girls green with envy. Famous faces such as Taiwanese supermodel Lin Chi-ling, celebrities like Evonne Sie and Li Xiang, and even Nicholas Cage’s Korean wife Alice Kim have walked the red carpet in unique dresses tailor-made by Wang. www.wtcstudio.com

Housed in the heart of Zhujiang Xincheng, Clarance Wong, adhering to the Savile Row tradition, is Guangzhou’s high-end suit-tailoring street boutique. It derives its Hong Kong pedigree from being appointed chief couturier for the grand banquet thrown for Her Majesty’s visit to Hong Kong in the 80s. In keeping with the tastes of British gentlemen, Clarance Wong takes pride in his elaborate style. Official WeChat account: ClaranceWong_Bespoke

Frank Chou - FURNITURE FASHION Frank Chou has been partnered with many an international brand. His designs are as graceful as the designer himself. In the minimal-styled age of today, Chou does not limit his designs to just one material or element, but tries to balance the components, size and air of each of his works, which endows them with elegance. His workshop studio is composed of an international team from Europe’s first-class manufacturing companies. www.frankchou.com

BBKen - NaturAL Bamboo Since founding his brand Nature Bamboo in 2006, BBKen has been creatively exploring green materials and traditional handicrafts to produce natural furniture fit for modern lifestyles. His work has been catapulted into the spotlight for its innovative and sustainable designs, which are inspired by the beauty of nature. www.naturebamboo.com

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Maternity style guide

prices were shockingly high and while there were some non-frumpy choices, they tended to go too far in the other direction, with too much “crazy bling, rhinestones, and diamantes”.

How to dress your baby bump

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f you’ve seen pregnant Chinese women, it is no surprise that one of the biggest divides between locals and expats is maternity wear. Chinese maternity clothing can look either incredibly frumpy, childish, or both. The signature look is a shapeless pink dress in a heavy fabric over a white long-sleeved shirt, with leggings underneath. For sure, every culture had its stage of heavy, conservative maternity wear. It was almost taboo to be fashionable and show off the curve of the belly–and shape of the body–while pregnant. China is still behind the times for a number of other reasons as well. The onechild policy made women secretive about their pregnancies, looking to hide a bump, not show it off. Also, very strangely, “anti-radiation” clothing has been a huge trend in maternity wear, exclusively in China and a few other Asian countries. There’s zero proof that it works, but women here tend to wear relatively fashionable versions of the metal aprons you put on when getting an X-ray. Forty percent of maternity wear in China is still marketed as “radiation proof”.

Blogger Ruth Silbermayr-Song was encouraged to try this fashion for another reason. On her blog, China Elevator Stories, a friend encouraged her to wear the signature clothing to get a seat in the subway. Terribly nauseated, but not showing her bump yet, she wanted a way to be recognized as pregnant. However, most of us who come from overseas don’t want to look like an extra from The Handmaiden’s Tale. So, what’s a pregnant foreign lady to do? H&M is a go to for many women. They always have a good selection of stretchy tops and dresses to slide fashionably over that little (or not so little) bump. Pregnant lady Janice Zheng tried to visit some maternity stores around Shenzhen, like Octomama in All City, but the

Everyone raves about Asos, which claims to deliver to China. Online commenters complained that deliveries were lost or delayed for several months, which is probably a result of the overall hassle of getting things delivered here from overseas. Shenzhen moms tend to hop over to Hong Kong a lot, where the maternity wear selection is almost endless, from high end boutiques to nursing bras at Marks and Spencer’s. How about Taobao? 孕妇服装 (Yùnfù fúzhuāng), maternity clothing, or simply 孕妇 (Yùnfù) is what to search for on the site. The selection is vast and tends towards the aforementioned metal aprons and tents. The cute clothes are often just oversized shirts and sweaters that don’t really say “maternity”. There are a few shops if you dig deep, and the prices are usually very reasonable, so why not take a look?

Here are some Taobao search phrases: 孕妇连衣裙 Maternity Dresses 孕妇裤/托腹裤 Pregnant women pants/leggings 孕产妇内裤 Maternity Underwear 哺乳文胸 Nursing Bra 孕妇装秋冬 Fall and Winter Maternity Fashion

Check out these shops for some great deals on how to dress your bump. Cute fleece maternity dresses pdmy.tmall.com

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Amanda Angel amanda-angel.taobao.com

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Sexy White yunweizhuti.taobao.com

Korean pregnancy wear shop108047969.taobao.com

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Caught on camera PRD look book

Say hi to the most fashionable soon-to-be moms in the PRD! from Brenna strohschein, Guangzhou, brings life to this picture.

Maria Icaza de Martinez, from Shenzhen, looks ravishing while on holiday in New York.

Photo credits: Alexander Castaneda

Photo credits:

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Sara Jaaksola, from Guangzhou, Janice Angela waits patiently Zheng, from for the big day in Shenzhen, shows the shadow of the off her pride Canton Tower. and joy.

Klaske STEIN, from Shenzhen, is all set for a great day out!

Margarida Reis, from Guangzhou, looks pretty in peach.

Marta bartnicka explores her city of Shenzhen with her soon-to-be new addition.

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Child modeling Dos and don’ts

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ot an adorable kid? Thinking of letting your child be a model? Maybe all your friends are doing it with their kids, or an agent approached you via WeChat. Here’s what you need to know before getting started. DO make sure that your son or daughter are going to have a fun time. If you have a fussy baby, they probably won’t do well on an all-day shooting. If your child is old enough, make sure to sit with them to speak about it and be excited to do it. The ideal child is an artistic, creative child. DON’T jump at anyone who gives you a business card on the street. Modeling scams exist here just as in other countries. You may find an 'agent' who asks you to pay a high fee for access to their clients. This is a scam. Have a Chinese friend Baidu the agent and verify their credentials. Better yet, try to find jobs through friends who have personal experience with that client or agent. DO make a model card for your child with their age, height, weight and shoe size on it. This should also include a nice, professional looking photo on it. DON’T pay an agency money for photographs. This

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can be another way for agencies to make money (though not always). A reputable agency will accept professional photos taken by an outside photographer. DO understand that different clients look for different things. Don’t take it personally if your child isn’t selected for a job. DON’T expect to make a career off your child’s modeling job. That is far too much pressure on your child. Whether you use the money from a job for a fun luxury, or keep a small savings account for the future, remember to stay focused on what benefits your son or daughter. DO keep your eyes peeled and ears open to any avenue for child modeling. Especially in Shenzhen and Guangzhou, there’s no main source for modeling jobs. People post on WeChat, ask friends of friends, or even approach you at Starbucks. Especially if you have a distinctively foreign looking child, you may end up getting approached often on the street. DON’T hesitate to walk away. You are your child’s advocate, while agents often simply care about money and others might see your child as a prop. Be sure to negotiate every single detail before-

hand. If an agent says the job is three hours, be sure they don’t expect you on set for 12 hours and only shooting for three. The client may push for one more photo, until they get an extra free hour of work. One agent demanded a mother wake up her sleeping baby to shoot. She refused, knowing it was better for everyone if her baby had a nap, especially the baby! DO try to be flexible. This is China, after all. Don’t storm off because the shooting starts late or everyone seems confused. Prepare as best you can – no food on set? Make sure to pack sandwiches and snacks and bottled water. Three-hour lunch break? Bring toys and coloring and some movies on an iPad. Worried about language barriers? Bring a sympathetic Chinese friend. Last but not least, having your child model here in the PRD can be a fun experience that can earn some nice money. Generally speaking, a three-hour shoot pays RMB1,500, with more for overnight/long jobs, but can be more or less depending on experience. Just be prepared for all the challenges that child models (and parents) may face.


PRD’s next top models Meet our fashionistas

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ant to be on top? Like Tyra Banks says, age doesn’t matter when it comes to fashion. Meet these uber-fashionable kids out and about in the PRD. They prove that age doesn’t matter when it comes to looking fabulous.

London Reese London Reese is one of Shenzhen's most noted fashion icons. She's one of those people who looks effortlessly put together in a Parisian-style striped top, skinny pants and flip flops, sunglasses propped on her head. By the way, London is just 6 (and a half!) years old. Her mom, Sherley, isn't sure where she gets it from. She says that London is vocal when they shop together and seems to know exactly what she wants – and what she wants is fabulous. When asked for her fashion inspiration, London said it was her mom that inspired her, which brings a tear to Sherley's eye. Why does she pay so much attention to her clothes? "I love it when I look nice and it makes me happy." She adds, "People tell me that I look stylish all the time!"

London is currently digging boots and leggings for winter. "I love my boots and all my leggings. Can we get some more soon?" she asks. Sherley and London shop all over Shenzhen, and London likes to mix and match her outfits. She enjoys name brands like H&M, Gap and Mini Boden, but also spends a lot of time digging through the boutiques at Sea Taste Mall in Shekou. Sherley says that she's never really asked her daughter about her fashion obsession before. "I guess I took it for granted that she loved clothes and has been experimenting with them since she was 3 years old." London has been living in Shenzhen since 2013 and attends Shen Wai International School in Hongshuwan.

Sophia, Bianca and Emilia Sori Meet Sophia Yukiha, 6 years old, Bianca Seina, 4 years old, and Emilia Wakana, 2 years old. The Sori girls attend an international school in Guangzhou and love posing for the camera, as Mom always has it ready. We asked them a few questions about their preferences.

Where do you usually shop? Sophia: We love picking up select pieces when we head back to Japan for holidays. Japan has some great independent designers for children’s wear. Korean brand apparel is very popular as well, and all three of us love the styles. Our favorite material for dresses is chiffon, especially in colors like blue, pink, silver and gold. We love traditional Japa-

nese costumes too, which helps us identify with our heritage and culture.

As sisters, do you have similar or different tastes in clothes? Bianca: We always follow what our eldest sister Sophia wears. She sets the trend for what’s hot and what’s not, and Emilia and I follow suit. This also means that there are plenty of handme-downs for Emilia in particular!

Any tips for our readers? Sophia: Always take care of your skin. It's a very important organ and must always be pampered. We love make-up too but it’s not normally allowed as

Mommy says we must be older to use it. Also, when thinking of what to wear, make sure you choose the right combination of colors for your skin and body type.

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Caught on camera PRD look book

Photo credits: PETER FENTON AND PRUDENCE HARDCASTLE

The PRD is a hive of fashionable social events and there’s always something or the other happening. Here are some snaps from two recent fundraising events, both for wonderful charitable causes.

Guangzhou Australian Community Melbourne Cup 2015 It’s been called a race that stops a nation, and this could not be truer. On Tuesday, November 3, in the ballroom of The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, more than 150 race-goers attended the Melbourne Cup event in Guangzhou – the Aussie version of the Kentucky Derby. The Cup is famed for its fashion on the field, with ladies wearing elegant dresses and 'fascinators' – fancy, formal headwear with a decorative design made by a milliner – and gentlemen in smart suits. Everyone turned out in chic attire for an afternoon of free flow of drinks and a buffet lunch. It was a feast for the eyes! The charity event raised funds for local charity Hopeful Hearts, which assists children in China with heart conditions.

Saturday, October 17, marked Captivating International’s 7th Annual Charity Gala & Auction once again at the Futian Shangri-La Hotel in Shenzhen. Attended by a record-breaking 597 guests from Shenzhen and Hong Kong, the evening was awarded the “best event ever” label by many long-term event attendees. Special thanks go to their amazing auction committee and team for so many hours of detailed work. The results were worth it. A massive RMB1.36 million was raised to support the work of Captivating International in Western China and Nepal. This will enable Captivating to reach out to over 5,000 children over the next year.

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Captivating International’s 7th Annual Charity Gala & Auction


Photo credits: Angela Cardenas

George Marco Pasco, aged 1, wears clothes hand made by his aunt.

Say hi to the most fashionable kids in the PRD!

ZARA KHAN, aged 4 wears ZARA Kids.

Photo credits: Eejay

Gabriel martinez aged 15 months, wears Gap.

Carlos Marco Pasco, aged 3, wears C&A from Spain.

Yash Vasandani, aged 5, wears H&M and Gap.

EsmĂŠe Seckman, 10 months, and Emerson-Kate Seckman, aged 2, both wear dresses by Proper Peony.

Photo credits: Eejay

Sofia Martinez, aged 6, wears Zara, Gap, H&M and Camper.

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Student Roundtable

Fashion passion

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ashions fade, style is eternal. — Coco Chanel,

So true is the above quote from one of fashion’s greats, that we simply had to ask some students at Canadian International School of Guangzhou what they made of it. Edward, Renee, Purity, Julia, Amml and Raghd sat down with Urban Family to discuss what fashion means to them, their personal style, their fashion mentors and why they look up to them.

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Renee, aged 11 - Grade 6 Fashion to me means wearing the clothes that work for you and what is popular today. I like the way that Emilie de Ravin, who plays Belle in Maleficent, carries herself and the clothes she wears, like longer skirts. My style is more fancy, but I also like to be comfortable when I'm home. I don't think that style lasts forever, it will change as you grow older.

Julia, aged 8 - Grade 3 Fashion simply is the clothes that I wear and what others wear. I look up to my mom because she likes to dress up and looks beautiful. I like dresses, mostly, wearing hairpins and lots of color. A colorful style is my style. I agree that style is eternal – your style will always be the same, but fashion today may not be the fashion of tomorrow.

Edward, aged 11 - Grade 6

Purity, aged 7 - Grade 4

Fashion is not about looking good but about showing your creativity. I consider my mom to be my mentor when it comes to fashion because when I can't make a decision on what to wear or what is suitable, she always has the right answer. I like casual, simple styles, but on special occasions, I opt for nice denim pants and long T-shirts – that is what I really like to wear. I agree that fashion trends will change, but your style will always be the same.

I like to express my feeling with clothes and no one should feel bad about your own fashion. Zendaya, the singer and dancer, has great fashion, and she follows who she is. I feel like my style is more like comfortable and tomboyish, but I still want to feel like a girl. The older you get, I think you forget about the older fashions that were popular, but my style will probably always be the same – it's who I am.

Amml, aged 10 - Grade 5

Raghd, aged 10 - Grade 5

Fashion means dressing the way you want and choosing different styles of outfits. My mom chooses lots of colors that match, those that mix and match, and knows what looks good on me. She always looks for that perfect combination. I feel that the style of matching colors will never fade, but the clothes that you wear will show your individuality.

I like clothes that are comfortable and with more dark colors, so that's the fashion that works for me. My friends and I talk about different fashions, so I look up to their advice. They like to wear fancy and colorful clothes, which is what I like, too. I think that the fashion of colors will always change, but my style and the type of clothes that I wear will never change.

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EDUCATION This is a collection of poems written by our young students in the PRD. Enjoy!

A little poetry... Death Bed

By Ainin Farisya Rashidi Guangzhou Nanfang International School

I just lie here, waiting for the time. Will he leave me here alone? Beep… Beep… I am dying. He knows it, but he doesn’t care. “Where is it? I can’t find it.” He is looking for something. He is walking toward me. Can he save me? “There!” Beep! 2%. Phone charging.

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Birthdays By Vikisha Gohil

American International School of Guangzhou

I absolutely love birthdays. That amazing feeling of the best day ever. Happy energy bounces of the walls, Shiny, steamy candles. Gifts stacked as bricks, Divine, crunchy cake. A parade of friends, and flashing lights. Cake, it’s just as good as steak, but more heavenly. Now I can’t wait for my next brthday!

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Dinosaurs … Friends or Foes? By Shaan Nankani,

The British School of Guangzhou

A Pterodactyl flew through the big blue sky, Unfortunately it got trapped and gave a big loud cry, "I was searching for food in this scorching heat. "What a dreadful situation! There is no way to escape or find retreat." Along came a T-Rex stomping his feet loudly, He looked at the trapped Pterodactyl and said proudly, "I create havoc and crush everything in my path. You poor soul, you don't deserve such fury and wrath." The T-Rex chewed the net and set the Pterodactyl free, And he flew back to the top of the tree. The T-Rex yawned and stomped back home to rest, While the Pterodactyl curled up in his nest. Could it be true… That a T-Rex and a pterodactyl can be friends too? That would change everything about the pre-historic time, And dinosaurs could be walking on earth fit and fine.

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THE ALPHABET By Maylin Quinn QSI Shenzhen

Aardvarks ate an awful apple arch, Balloons blow bad banana boats, Caramel candies can catch colds, Dreaming deer dragged driven drums, Early eagles eat eels every evening, Foxes fetch for flying fanged Frisbees, Geese grab grass growing gobstoppers, Hummingbirds hold hats holding ham, Ice igloos itch in incredible illness, Jaguar jewels jump jumper jacks, Kangaroo kites keep kicking knights, Ladybug laws lay lazy lawyers, Magic make many magnificent magicians mischievous, Nectar necklaces naturally need needles, Owls own objects obeying octopuses, Painting paint pays painful pagers, Queens quilt quality quickly quizzes quilts, Rats reject raspberry rainbow rainforests, Sandcastle sandwiches satellite sandals surrounding sand, Talented tadpoles take table tennis’ temperature, Underwater umbrellas underline unemployed umpires, Violin villages voice violent volumes, Wandering wands want waterproof water-skies, X-raying excellent xylophones exceed excellence, Yo-yos yell yesterday’s yacht year, Zebras zigzag zodiac zipper zips.


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Ji Su Seo (Judy), Guangzhou Nanfang International School

Purity, Grade 6, Canadian International School Guangzhou

Bryan, Grade 5, Canadia International School Gu n angzhou

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Hajira Kamran

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s student director of the Shekou International School annual fashion show, Hajira Kamran is no stranger to fashion and the limelight. The 17-yearold has been involved in the event for the past three years, and the show is a big event that is attended by school community and general public, and raises money for worthy charities. The participants, from models to designers, take it very seriously. So how does a high school student pull it all off? Urban Family recently had a chat with this entrepreneurial student. Let’s hear it from Hajira! Hajira, Tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Pakistan and moved to Chicago with my parents and sister. Later we moved to Malaysia with my parents, sister and brother, then to Singapore and finally to Shenzhen when I was 13.

How did you become interested in fashion? What are your main interests now? I think I got into fashion how every other normal teenager does: through watching Gossip Girl, Project Runway

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and all of that. My main interests right now are more geared towards politics and literature. Not the most exciting stuff for everyone, but I think I got into it because of its relation to society (or fashion). Understanding how certain things work has helped me develop more of an immunity to certain pressures. How girls dress and how it is perceived has always been a topic that I’ve been interested in, like some form of a societal issue I guess. I guess being more accepting of all dress senses and types of people through this interest in political/social issues has helped me expand my own fashion.

How has your fashion sense evolved? My dress sense has definitely evolved into a much more original one, versus the generic tween fashion I followed as a freshman. As I matured, and my interests did alongside, so did my fashion sense. Currently my dress sense is best described as artsy, probably. I’ve gone from skinny jeans and awkward crew necks, to flowing tops and boyfriend jeans, or I try to change it up with skinny jeans and floral tops. This will evolve after I graduate because being in Western countries, the US/England, will give me the opportunity to adopt their type of fashion. This basically means that brands like Topshop, Forever 21 and independently owned thrift shops will be of easy access.

How did you become the director of the Fashion Show? I have been involved with the fashion show since I was 14 years old. I'm 17 now and managed to somehow make my way up the ladder to become the direc-

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tor of the show. As fancy as the title is, I definitely don't do all the work. Currently, I am lucky enough to be backed up with a team of creative students who have similar goals to me when it comes to the show. As for the directing, I guess it comes pretty easily to me because I did step my way up the ladder – from designer, to photographer, up to what I am now. I also know what I need out of this year’s show, so it's just a matter of ensuring it all comes together on the big day. I have been involved with the show since I was 14 and seen the failures and successes. My favorite part of the event is always the last few weeks, which are an accumulation of stress and excitement and runway walks and arguments. I am determined to make this show more than just clothes that will later be thrown away. I am excited for it to have a greater purpose and impact beyond one night.

What do you mean? What is your ultimate goal for this year’s show?

My first goal is to have a completely student-run show: models, designers, photographers, set, everything. My second goal is to give back to a larger community. That is obviously the larger, more important aim. I am currently looking into multiple national and international charities. My focus is on education equality/supporting women's entrepreneurship. This is a really big issue in Pakistan, where I'm from. Young women are forced into marriages and when they eventually get out, are unable to be self-sufficient. It's something that I think needs to be both helped and also publicized; the show will be a platform to achieve both things. Even though it's still early days, I am already planning the next fashion show in February and look forward to doing much more after I graduate from school.


STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Grace He

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orking in the fashion industry isn't easy. Sometimes you have to start early. The best time to start is when you’re young, as time is on your side and you will have decades of creative evolution ahead of you. And if you’re wondering where and how to start, look no further than your school and in your art and design class. Your school is a wonderful place to get those creative juices flowing; it will set Tell us about yourself. I am 17 years old. I am a student at Utahloy International School Guangzhou, and currently in Year 12 doing my International Baccalaureate Diploma course. I hope to go on to study in the US For my final DP Art project , I chose to handmake and present two pieces, both of which I hope will be well received by my audience .

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you in good stead for a great future. Urban Family spoke to Grace He from Utahloy International School Guangzhou, who is making her mark designing fashionable pieces whilst still at school.

Tell us about what you have created. This piece (pictured left) is titled 'Life.' It is one of two pieces entitled 'Life and Death.' It symbolizes the coming of springtime and the rebirth of nature in the month of spring. The shape of the dress is inspired by a cabbage and also by tradi-

tional Chinese clothing from Taoism, an ancient tradition of philosophy and religious belief that is deeply rooted in Chinese customs and worldview religion. My second piece is still a work in progress and will only be ready in December. I look forward to showing it off soon.

What does fashion mean to you? Fashion design is a unique way to express ideas and imaginations. I love this field because I have always wanted to be a fashion designer ever since I was a kid, and I love to create dresses for my dollies. So this time I tried doing things that I have never done before, such as creating fashion pieces for humans. I am also very interested in animation, and would also love to study this in the future.

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EDUCATION This is a project made by one of our young writers in the PRD. Enjoy!

Let's learn about

Canada! Renee, 11 years old, Canadian International School of Guangzhou

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Disney On Ice 2015 In Guangzhou

Elsa, Ariel, Mickey and more take the stage

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inally, a show for our young ones!

From November 28 to 29, Disney on Ice 2015 will be held at Guangzhou Gymnasium. Featuring favorites like the stars of Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid and more, the ice show will hosted by Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Chip 'n Dale and Pluto. Produced by Feld Entertainment under agreement with The Walt Disney Company, the three Disney on Ice shows will also fea-

Date

Price Categories (RMB)

Saturday 28 November, 10:30am

180, 280, 380 (Grandstand), 380 (Infield), Grandstand package 1,000 (380 x 3)

Saturday 28 November, 7:30pm

180, 280, 380 (Grandstand), 380 (Infield), Grandstand package 1,000 (380 x 3)

ture figure skaters dressed in performances that each derive their music and plot from elements collected from various Disney films and properties. The 'stars' of the show are credited as the Disney characters themselves, performing their parts in mock cameos, while the skaters performing remain anonymous. The show will be hosted in Mandarin, but this has not deterred folks from quickly snapping up tickets! Details for tickets can be found below. For details, call 400-610-3721 / 10101 3721 or buy online at http://damai. cn or item.damai.cn/86488.html

Sunday 29 November, 3:00pm 180, 280, 380 (Grandstand), 380 (Infield), Grandstand package 1,000 (380 x 3) Venue

Guangzhou Gymnasium

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t ee r t s he t on s

lution o s e r s ’ r New Yea

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e totally get it: the New Year is all about new beginnings, a fresh start, the chance to hit the reset button after a season of eating, drinking and being merry (and then eating some more). So it’s not surprising that come January, many of us feel the need to set some pretty lofty goals. The thing is, only 8 percent of resolution makers

Work smarter. Rather than overtaxing my brain and body, I want to find ways and resources to smarten up the process, starting with little things like a neater showroon to help me work more effectively and inspire me more.

My new year's resolution is to keep in better contact with family and friends back home and to share more of my experience here with them by writing a blog. I also want to do more things that I have been afraid to do out of fear of the opinions of others. My series of terrible lounge cover songs is due out Summer 2016. Watch this space… - Janelle Thomas, teacher, Shenzhen

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- Mohit Vasandani, owner of The T-Shirt Expert, Guangzhou

Gain weight and do weight training. I want to get stronger! - Amna, teacher, Shenzhen

actually achieve them. Inspiring, right? That’s why this year, we’re getting real about resolutions. Instead of setting our sights on one meteoric milestone, we asked some folks in the PRD to shift their focus to the smaller things that can add up to make a major, lasting impact on overall health and happiness. Are you in? (Yes!) Awesome. Here are a few realistic New Year's resolutions from our community members.

Consistency! I have a hard time with it. As an idealist, I have plenty of ideas. But not as much of a pioneering spirit in me to see them through to completion just yet. Fingers crossed for 2016!

I wish for good health and prosperity for all my loved ones. - Amelia Wong, Guangzhou

- Siana A. Ponds, singer, Shenzhen

I want to study Chinese so I ace the HSK Level 4 test. Nothing like having that certificate in my hand…

Continue visiting every province in China. There's so much natural beauty and cultural history in the Middle Kingdom, it's a real shame that people don't spend more time exploring it!

- Rose Symotiuk, writer and lecturer, Shenzhen

- Tom Lee, Chief Editor of That's PRD, Guangzhou


Dear well-wisher‌ Have you been good this year? Would you like to make your Christmas wishes come true? This Christmas, write a letter to Santa to tell him what you really want! Simply cut out this wish list, fill it in and give it to your teachers or parents to send to us here at Urban Family before December 10, 2015. We’re making wishes come true, and perhaps yours might come true this year... Merry Christmas from Urban Family!

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Our family favorites

Guangzhou families share their top tips

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eet Teun and Nausikaä, parents to Aiden (9), Jools (7) and Lenn (5). They have lived in Guangzhou since December last year so their first year is almost a wrap! They hope to stay on in the city, and they have really enjoyed exploring the many attractions. They have also embraced the language, with the children taking regular lessons in Chinese. The three children go to The British School of Guangzhou and really enjoy it there. Urban Family spoke to them to learn more about their family favorites. Favorite restaurant

We have a few favorite restaurants but Roku Roku is definitely on the top of our list. We normally like to go out with the kids to have something to eat at a pub or bar, so that they can run around a bit. But if we want to have a good meal, sit at a table and really enjoy our food, Roku Roku is a recommendation! It serves quality Japanese cuisine, with a beautiful interior and friendly service. If you want you can also sit in the teppanyaki room, were you can eat in private. There’s plenty to choose, from different sorts of sushi to fish and other Japanese dishes like curry. 1/F, Xiang Long Garden, No.175-181 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou

Favorite chillout cafe

One of our most favorite chill-out cafes is the Tavern. Every Friday night we meet up there after work, to start the weekend. The kids can play, while we enjoy some pool. And if Uncle Johnny is there, he is always busy with them! They love him! We always eat in a tapas way, ordering small bites during the night. The food is mainly Western but really good, it's made fresh (like the fries and pizzas) and it's just really delicious! Sometimes, for a change, we also like to go to Hooley's on Xingsheng Lu. It’s usually busy when when we come, but the service is always friendly and the food is just great, like their burgers, nachos and pizzas! The Tavern Sports Bar: Poly 108, No.6 Huajiu Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Guangzhou Hooley's: 101, 8 Xingsheng Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Guangzhou

Favorite place for Thanksgiving and turkey

Since we are from Holland, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving! For us, it's just a regular day,

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so sadly there is no turkey! But because we live in a residential area with people from all over the world, we will probably join in with the festivities like we do, for example, with Halloween. This is the first time the kids have been involved in trick or treating. And we loved it! Hopefully this will also be the first year we enjoy Thanksgiving by having dinner with our friends!

Favorite fashion designer

Since I, Nausikaä, have two online shops selling kids clothes, I love to go to the wholesale markets like Zhongshan Ba Lu and look for new, small and creative brands for my shops. And most of the time, I also shop there for my kids too! And just like in Holland, we also just buy our basics at H&M and Zara. But mostly I like to buy small, unknown brands that sell unique clothes. My husband, on the other hand, prefers the bigger brands. He loves to wear Hugo Boss but we haven't found a good shop (read: not fake!) here. So he shops for his clothes and shoes when he goes back to Holland. Guangdong Plaza of Children Clothes: 97-101, Zhongshan Ba Lu, Liwan District, Guangzhou

Favorite Christmas holiday spot

Last year, we arrived in Guangzhou just a week before Christmas and we spent our holiday here. It was just lovely, as it was the first time that it was just the five of us exploring our new home. We had dinner at Paulaner Brauhaus, a German restaurant at the rooftop of TaiKoo Hui Mall, and it was just perfect. Good food and great atmosphere! It was a really nice Christmas, even though it was the first time without our friends and family. This year we will go back to Holland for Christmas to celebrate the holidays there. Just at home with our friends, visiting family and enjoying wintry days with our loved ones. Paulaner Brauhaus: L307, 3/F, TaiKoo Hui Mall, No.383 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou


Our family favorites

Shenzhen families share their top tips As we are vegetarian, I leave the turkey to the meat eaters! But I love all the sides! I never liked cranberry sauce until I made it from a really easy recipe. Now I'll eat it year round if I see cranberries. At Thanksgiving, I'm usually baking sweet potato casserole and pumpkin pie. China has shown me how to do a lot of food from scratch and it tastes so good. We don't eat alone though. We join our expat community, who are our family overseas. Everyone brings a dish or two. As I'm making Thanksgiving preparations, I always listen to Alice's Restaurant, musical monologue by singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie. It’s a family tradition. But there's never too much festive food in my opinion. To enhance the celebrations, we'll also most likely go to a restaurant that serves us Thanksgiving favorites and meet other expats and kids in our community, which is Luohu.

Favorite fashion designer

Favorite restaurant

We love this pizza place near Changlong metro station called Pizza Pi. The owner is a Westerner. He and his wife make the best cheese pizza in our opinion. They make many kinds of pizza, and also do coffee and pastas. Their little girl is also a sweet playmate for Rosi while we're visiting. It might not be convenient for some foreigners in the western parts of Shenzhen, but if you're ever in the area, it's worth getting off the beaten path to find this cozy pizza shop. Sometimes they even have live music, with guitar and singing. The owner also plays bagpipes, and it’s good fun! No. 41-5 Buji Chang Long Lu, Longgang District, Shenzhen. (Beside Buji Middle School and High School, 400m from Changlong Metro, Exit C2)

Favorite place for Thanksgiving and turkey

My favorite fashion designer is Zooey Deschanel because of her simple, feminine theme. However, Rosi is really into fashion designing for herself. She's designed a floral cape with hood for herself and dresses for her dolls. She's always drawing dresses.

Favorite Christmas holiday spot

The first thing I learned to say in Mandarin was how to order something even better than hot chocolate with marshmallows, it was hot chocolate with pudding! We haven't been in Shenzhen for Christmas before, but in other cities we liked to find Santas (statues or real) and take our pictures with them. So we'll probably be visiting the malls. It's sort of like our Where's Waldo. In the past, when she was younger, places like Gymboree would have open holiday parties, but we will probably look for something a little more 'big kid' this year. We look forward to seeing what Shenzhen can offer.

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eet the Haleys. Cory is a full-time high school teacher. She works in the international department, preparing high schoolers for college overseas. Cory’s daughter is Rosi, aged 7. The family arrived to Shenzhen this year in June and didn't think finding a school would be such a hassle, since Rosi has attended school for years in other parts of China. However, it was not as easy as they thought. Luckily, they found an online international school called Connections Academy that is meeting Rosi's educational needs at the moment. For now, they are content with the path their lives have taken and are looking forward to 2016. Urban Family sat down with the Haleys to learn more about their favorites.

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Shenzhen

Camp under the stars Ritz Kids® Night Safari program at The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen

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ooking to camp in the PRD? Look no further than Shenzhen! Here are some great options.

Maluan Mountain Mount Maluan is located in Maluan Village, Pingshan Town, in the Longgang District of Shenzhen. It is about 50 kilometers from the city center, and on offer are scenic seas and hills, lakes and waterfalls. The best place to camp under the stars is Honghualing Village, as there are many streams for baths too. Pingshan Town, Longgang District, Shenzhen 深圳

Xichong The longest and the most beautiful beach in Shenzhen, Xichong is located in the southernmost part of Dapeng Peninsula. Boasting a long stretch of white sand, blue skies and scenic waters, the site’s amenities include camping for just RMB40 per night, flush toilets, an outdoor shower, picnic tables, a basic store and a snack bar.

市龙岗区坪山镇

Xichong Bay, Nan'ao Town, Longgang District,

Dalu Harbor Dalu Harbor is an unpopulated bay that faces the Hong Kong waters, with Egong Bay and Heiyanjiao on either side. With clean air and water, you will find beautiful beaches, one large and one small, with a perennial stream flowing from Honghualing down to the sea. Western part of Xichong Bay, Nao'ao Town, Longgang District, Shenzhen 深圳市龙岗区南澳镇西冲西部

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Shenzhen 深圳市龙岗区南澳镇西冲海滩

The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen

check out this indoor option at The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen. The hotel has recently launched its Ritz Kids® Night Safari program to create great memories for kids. The all-new Ritz Kids Night Safari taps into your child’s inquisitiveness, creative spirit and thirst for new adventures, making for an unforgettable holiday experience. This fun program allows children to set up a specially provided camping tent inside their room, with special amenities to liven up the night. Suited for little ones from ages 4 to 8 on an adventure, from the moment they check-in. There is a tent pitched in their room, stored with all the amenities they need for a surprise in-room camping experience – an LED flashlight, compass, drink bottle, Lion toy, a special backpack, safari-style pajamas, bathrobe and slippers, as well as complimentary kids bath amenities like children’s shampoo and body wash, body lotion and a rubber duck toy. Starting at RMB2,390+15 percent per night, and valid until December 31, 2015 and subject to Junior Suite availability. Advance reservation is required. Terms and conditions apply, and the hotel reserves the right to revoke the offer at any time. For reservations or more information, please call (0755) 2222 2222 or email rc.szxrz.reservations@

ritzcarlton.com

If the great outdoors isn’t your thing,

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Conghua and Qingyuan

Hot for hot springs this winter By Lena Gidwani

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he healing powers of hot springs have been used for thousands of years and are widely accepted as natural treatment options for various common ailments. The therapeutic use of water, or balneotherapy, could be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to relieving pain, stress, skin woes and more. The water found in natural hot springs contains a variety of different minerals, including calcium and sodium bicarbonate. When you bathe in a hot spring, your skin soaks in these minerals and your hydrostatic pressure rises. As this process continues, circulation and oxygen flow increases, much like when you exercise. An oxygenated circulatory system is beneficial in keeping not only your heart, but also your body’s other vital organs and tissues, healthy and strong. In the PRD, both Conghua and Qingyuan are very popular for natural hot springs. To get the best experience, opt to stay in a resort this winter; it will truly make the getaway sweeter and warmer. Here are our favorite resorts in Qingyuan and Conghua.

Dusit Devarana Hot Springs & Spa

Consisting of 133 villas and guestrooms, the Dusit Devarana Hot Springs & Spa, Conghua is the first internationally branded lifestyle and hot springs luxury resort in Conghua. The resort offers a full range of facilities. For relaxation, soak in a choice of indoor or outdoor hot springs pools, situated amidst lush greenery. There’s a wide array of therapeutic and aromatic pools and spaces to unwind in the resting area. The renowned Devarana Spa offers Thai-inspired massage treatment where guests are pampered and rejuvenated by the warm, gracious service synonymous with Thai hospitality.

Elite Aqua Resort Hotel

A truly magnificent resort, this gem is located in the tranquil hot spring destination of Yingde, in Qingyuan. Surrounded by the scenic mountains overseeing the lake and green spaces, Elite Aqua Resort was awarded the Best Hot Spring Hotel in Guangdong in 2015. Their products and services include stand-alone villas, a conference room, food and beverage outlets, natural hot springs, an indoor pool, walking areas and a kid’s club. Its truly a special place for those seeking the benefits of hot springs.

352 Yuquan Avenue, Liangkou Town, Conghua 中国广东省广州市从化良口镇御泉大 道352号 邮政编码 (020) 3798 8888 www.dusit.com/dusitdevarana/conghua/

Elite Aqua Resort Hotel, Yingde Shi, Qingyuan 清远市英德市倚峦风吕温 泉度假酒店 (0763)260 6888

Family fun

GIVES International Food and Fun Fair By Matt Horn

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ny parents looking for a fun family way to spend a Saturday, while helping charity at the same time, should bring their kids along and head to the Canton Tower on Saturday, November 28. Guangdong International Volunteer Expat Service (GIVES) is hosting its annual International Food and Fun Fair at this very special venue as the charity celebrates its 20th anniversary. As always, it will be an exciting mix of fabulous food and drink from around the world as well as fun activities and entertainment. This year there is the added ingredient of seeing the Canton Tower’s Christmas lights turned on, fol-

lowed by an evening concert. Opening at 11am and closing around 9pm, it is expected to be the biggest and best event in its proud history. GIVES President Rosaline Yam, one of the founders two decades ago, said: “It is a great venue that offers us the chance to get more people involved, offer an even wider range of food and fun, and reach out to the whole community here in Guangdong, both locals

and expats. At GIVES, we have the motto of working ‘Hand in Hand,' which means we want to work together with the local community to continue to make a real difference. Our current focus is to make a difference in the way autism is treated here in China.” Raising money for charity has never been more enjoyable, so head to the Canton Tower on November 28 to experience all the fun of the Fair. . Date: Saturday, November 28, 11am to 9pm Venue: Canton Tower For more information or to participate, check gives.cn or email volematt@hotmail.com

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Date night

Keeping that spark alive By Lena Gidwani and Christine Gilbert

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Date your spouse!" the relationship experts always say. Just because you're hitched with a loving family doesn't mean the spark has to die down. So what do you have to lose? Find that time and don that sexy dress or suit, and make it a point to get down to a new spot for some good food and wine, sans the kids. Urban Family scoped out two places that will help you get your groove on.

TWG Tea

SHARK

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Date night luxury Housed in Taikoo Hui, on the same level as the likes of Tiffany and Dior, TWG, which stands for The Wellness Group, is doing to loose-leaf tea what a haute couture fashion designer would to raw fabric. More than 800 single-estate fine harvest teas and exclusive blends are painstakingly handpicked. Stored in flamboyant artisan tins on wood-paneled sliding walls that surround hardwood tables, the brews are gently concocted on an oldfashioned tea counter by trained connoisseurs, accompanied by fine bone china and an 18-karat gold teapot.

The place to see and be seen tossed in Blue Pavilion teainfused vinaigrette. The lobster timbale (RMB200) is a deep sphere of marinated lobster and avocado sprinkled with coriander and chives, then drizzled with a to-die-for Love Me tea-infused vinaigrette. The trio of mini burgers (RMB180) is an indulgent selection of foie gras, chicken and beef paired with shallot confit and fresh apple chutney, and the crunchy herb-crusted salmon (RMB180) is exquisite and melts in your mouth with every chew.

Accompanying this, try the dulcet rose (RMB80), a pinkIf the attention to aesthetic ish mocktail of lychee juice detail is already making you and Bain de Roses tea; the swoon with desire, the teaprestige (RMB100), a tall infused gastronomy will flute of sparkling white wine surely send you over the with cinnamon notes from edge with lust. Fresh bread, the Singapore Breakfast tea; baked daily with tea leaves, is and sweet desserts like served with the gourmand creme brulee (RMB70). TWG salad (RMB120): tender roast Tea’s macaroons (RMB18), chicken accompanied by lined up behind glass counjuicy tomatoes, cucumbers ters like colorful jewels, whet and a mesclun salad with the palate with flavors like ripe avocado and white Moroccan mint tea and Casesame melot tea and praline. L213, F2, TaiKoo Hui, 383 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 广州市天河区天河路383号太古汇

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Shark has achieved mean girl-like status in Coco Park: some Shenzheners love it, some hate it, but all know it. With few fine dining options available in the immediate area, Shark quickly became the place to see and be seen shortly after opening earlier this year – with some customers even proposing there. However, this wine and oyster bar with its international team of cooks, servers and hostess is happy to make any occasion special, proposal or not, should patrons contact them beforehand and request help planning. Also, it’s not only a wine and oyster bar as their daily lunch buffet (RMB68) features a wide assortment of cold cuts, cheeses, soups and desserts, making it a solid contender for an economical yet swanky ‘date lunch.’

For those wanting to go big though, make a dinner reservation for Saturday or Sunday night and sit at one of the tables on the spacious outdoor wooden deck. Each gleams with soft candle light and a single rose in a glass bottle, completing the romantic vibe. Order the La Lune n°2 oysters (RMB288/six pieces), the Hokkaido scallop carpaccacio (RMB158) and the Australian Angus prime rib (RMB880) for a filling meal and pair it with one of Shark’s many fine wines, like the Bisol, Belstar Prosecco (RMB55/glass). 1/F, Shopping Park B, Mintian Lu, Futian District, Shenzhen 深圳福田 区民田路购物公园B区一楼 (0755)

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Kid-tested, parentapproved

Restaurants that welcome your youngsters By Lena Gidwani and Christine Gilbert

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hile a fantastic atmosphere, menu and location are essential, the questions parents are always left asking are, “What will my kids eat?" and “What will my kids break?” Urban Family wants to know the same, so we reviewed a couple of restaurants to see if they're worthy of our 'kid-tested, parent-approved' stamp!

S.E.Asia Kitchen & Bar

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Asian comfort food at Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou If you are a transient family like many of us, chances are that you’ve brought your kids up in more cities than just Guangzhou. That can only mean that your children have been exposed to food cultures and cuisines that span the tastes of many countries. One of the most satisfying cuisines is that from Southeast Asia, and the best place for such food is S.E.Asia Kitchen & Bar at the Shangri-La Hotel in Pazhou. Featuring a grand selection of the most traditional, authentic and popular dishes and street food from around South East Asia, the restaurant has an

ongoing rotation of visiting chefs to keep it interesting. It serves up favorite Asia comfort foods with some lively drinks such as Thai lemonade (RMB50) for the young ones, and a lemongrass capirinha (RMB98) to make it a great night for all. Adults will love the Singaporean chili crab (RMB298). Arguably one of Singapore’s greatest culinary inventions, the

Pizzeria Alla Torre

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Authentic Italian fare

What could be better for a child than fresh sea air, aquatic entertainment and a heaping bowl of Bolognaise? Well, maybe multivitamins and learning to share, but regardless, Sea World’s Pizzeria Alla Torre offers Shenzhen kids the good life: Italian favorites and front-row views of the water and light shows. A simple kid’s menu makes ordering easy with classics like spaghetti alla Bolognese (RMB48) or penne pomodoro (RMB45). The more adventurous youngsters can opt for pollo alla Milanese (RMB48), a plate of

chicken breast, mashed potatoes and spinach. Mom and Dad can sip a glass of Botter Prosecco (RMB38) or choose one of many options from the wine bar on Alla Torre’s second level. Pair with an appetizer, like the insalata di bufala e pomodorini confit (RMB55), a fresh mix of tender greens, Italian ham, cluster tomatoes, red onion and buffalo mozzarella. To follow, order the prosciutto crudo pizza (RMB78/8 inch, RMB118/12 inch), topped with parma ham, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and shaved parmesan cheese.

chili crab is the dish that is fiery, juicy and imaginatively authentic. Also notable are the flavorful chicken skewers with satay (RMB88) and Indonesian beef rendang (RMB158), which is mildly spicy and rich. The char kuay teow (RMB98) and Hainanese chicken rice (RMB140) are recommended for kids – not too spicy and very delicious. Malaysian bubur cha cha (RMB48) is a great dessert for little ones. With colorful root vegetables and tropical fruits, the thick coconut-soupbased sweet concoction is the perfect end to a meal. Opening hours: 6pm - 11pm (Closed on Monday) Level 2, 1 Huizhan Dong Lu, Haizhu District, Guangzhou 中国广州市海珠区会展东路1号 邮政编 码 (020) 8917 6498

Those who come at night should sit on either the lower or upper decks for prime seats to the water shows in Sea World’s harbor. Monday to Thursday have show times at 7pm and 8pm, while Friday and Saturday have the same show times plus one at 9pm. Unit B101-201, Sea World, Shekou, No. 1128 Wanghai Lu, Nanshan,Shengzhen 深圳南山区蛇口望海 路1128号海上世界B 区101-201商铺 (0755)

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A cornucopia of events

Thanksgiving dinners in the PRD

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GUANGZHOU lanning a turkey day dinner? You'll be thankful you did. The Ritz-Carlton, The Davenport There's a cornucopia of tasty delights at some of the best places in Guangzhou The Davenport presents an all-youthe PRD this Thanksgiving. Whether It’s time to extend gratitude to can-eat-and-drink Thanksgiving featuring turkey and live you're looking for an intimate dinner loved ones by treating them to dinner, music. a traditional, hearty Thanksgiv- Wednesday November 25; 7.30-10.30pm; for two or celebrating the holiday ing feast at FOODS at The RitzRMB150 preorder, RMB180 at the door; 34 with the whole family, Shenzhen and Carlton, Guangzhou. Indulge in Huali Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 天河区珠江新城华立路34号 (186 apple cider and maple-glazed Guangzhou's most scrumptious 6662 4301) turkey along with restaurants and luxurious hotels are roasted many an imported, appetizing McCawley’s offering something for everyone. legume. All courses will be prepared especially for this holiday Rest assured, your turkey dinner Join others in giving thanks and occasion. enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving cravings will be satisfied this Thursday November 26; 6-10pm; in McCawley’s. RMB588; 3 Xingan Lu, Zhujiang Thanksgiving. Just come hungry! But Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou dinner Thursday November 27; 6pm-12am; RMB198, including a starter, main and dessert; Shop 天河区珠江新城兴安路3号 (020) 3813 make your reservations early – you'll 6888) 101, 16 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 天河区珠江新城 thank us later. 花城大道 16 号 101 铺 (157 0586 7447) 54

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The Kitchen It's that time again, our fellow Americans, dreamers of the past, turkey aficionados and/or newcomers from all corners of this big spinning globe. Celebrate an American Thanksgiving with friends and family at The Kitchen with roasted turkey, homemade stuffing and so on. Home delivery is available.

RMB285 + 10% per person, 8.30pm-11.30pm. Shop 144, CoCo Park Exit B, Min Tian Lu, Futian District, Shenzhen 福田区民田路购物公园地铁站 B出口144号商铺 (0755) 2531 3860

Seasons Restaurant Wilber’s Wilber’s has come up with a menu for you to gratefully celebrate Thanksgiving. Autumn salad, a mix of roast apples, toasted walnuts, red grapes and blue cheese with honey raspberry vinaigrette, is perfect for this season. Slow-roasted American young turkey served with stuffing will please the whole family. Monday, November 23; 6-7pm; RMB350 per person; 62 Zhusigang Er Malu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou 越秀区竹丝岗二马路62号 (186 8054 4504)

Räuber Kneissl Räuber Kneissl will offer authentic Bavarian food this Thanksgiving. The menu will feature cream of sweet corn soup, stuffed turkey served with mashed potatoes, homemade turkey gravy and cranberry relish and, last but not least, pumpkin pie.

Friday November 27; 2-11pm; RMB128, including one soft drink or 300ml HB beer; Shop 111, 389 Chaoyang Dong Lu, Panyu District, Guangzhou番禺区大石 朝阳东路389号111号 (159 1623 2706)

SHENZHEN JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen Bao’an

On November 26, enjoy a special festival themed dinner buffet at The Shenzhen Kitchen, with a wide selection of food that will bring joy to all. Those 60 and above accompanied by an adult can enjoy a free dinner buffet. 8 Baoxing Lu, Bao'an District, Shenzhen 宝安区宝 兴路8号 (0755) 2323 8888

Shangri-La Hotel, shenzhen Shangri-La Hotel will celebrate Thanksgiving Day at the Coffee Garden with a spectacular Thanksgiving buffet dinner.

RMB288, 6-10pm, 2/F, East side of Shenzhen Railway Station, 1002 Jianshe Lu, Luohu District, Shenzhen 罗湖区建设路1002号火车站东侧 (0755) 8233 0888

On 26 November, celebrate with a traditional Thanksgiving buffet dinner featuring roast turkey, stuffing and glazed carrots at Seasons Restaurant.

RMB368 + 15% per person, 5.30-10pm. Hai De San Dao, Hou Hai Bin Lu, Nanshan District, Shenzhen 南山区后海滨路海德三道 (0755) 8888 8888

Sheraton Dameisha Resort Give thanks and celebrate with family and friends at our Feast Signature Restaurant’s exquisite Thanksgiving dinner on November. The elegant buffet will be lavish feast with all the trimmings (roasted turkey with cranberry sauce, braised venison with red wine sauce and pumpkin pie, etc.) and live musical entertainment.

RMB298 + 15% per person, 5.30m-9.30pm. Sheraton Dameisha Resort, 9 Yankui Lu, Dameisha, Yantian 盐田区大梅沙喜来登酒店 (0755) 8888 6688

Chimelong Hengqin Bay Hotel The Chimelong Hengqin Bay Hotel presents you a month-long Thanksgiving dinner at The Captain Western Restaurant in November. The menu features salmons in beetroot cured, dill confit and smoked tartar, bouillabaisse, slow roasted turkey breast, dessert sampler and Angle’s Kiss cocktail, only at RMB888 and 15 percent service charge for two persons. The open kitchen invites patrons to a great dining experience.

For more enquiries or reservations, please call 0756 299 8055 or visit www.chimelong.com. Fuxiang Bay, hengqin new District, Zhuhai City 珠海 市横琴新区富祥湾 (0756 299 8055)

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Thanksgiving Day Recipe

Seasonal roasted pumpkin soup with cinnamon and nutmeg By Magdalena Skalkowska

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umpkin is one of the quintessential flavors of fall and an iconic Thanksgiving staple. But you know, it doesn’t always have to be about the pie...

This Thanksgiving, cook up this easy, seasonally spiced pumpkin soup for a great starter – wholesome, healthy and warming – with really very little effort required (unlike that pie). Naturally low in calories but high in fiber, pumpkins are a great addition to meals to aid weight loss. And, like other brightly hued edibles, this most vibrant of vegetables is a good source of the antioxidant beta-carotene, which, according to America’s National Cancer Institute, may play a role in cancer prevention.

For everyone to enjoy

All members of the family can enjoy this festive treat. The perfect texture for babies to eat, pumpkin is a great way to introduce that youngest member of the family to spices and herbs. Most pediatricians recommend waiting until eight months to do this and always follow the four-day-wait rule – introduce new foods individually, and with a four-day period between each food to monitor reactions. And, of course, discuss with your baby’s pediatrician before anything else.

Ingredients (for 2)

600 g of pumpkin (we used 3 mini yellow pumpkins) 500 ml of vegetable stock 1 tablespoon of olive oil Half an onion 2 cloves of garlic A pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg Cream and fresh coriander (for dressing)

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1. Preheat the oven to 200°C. 2. Wash the pumpkins, cut into halves and scoop out the seeds. 3. Place the pumpkins on a baking tray, sprinkle with olive oil, season with cinnamon and nutmeg and bake for around 40 minutes (or until soft). 4. While the pumpkin is roasting, chop the onion and garlic, and gently fry in one tablespoon of olive oil, until soft – you can skip this step if you’re preparing the soup for little kids. 5. Now it’s time to add the vegetable stock, heating gently. 6. Once the pumpkin is soft, scoop the flesh from the skin using a spoon. Add it to the vegetable stock. Take the pan off the heat and carefully blend everything together, until smooth. 7. Return the pan to a low heat, season and continue to cook for a further three minutes, stirring as you do. If the soup is too thick, simply add a little more stock or mineral water. 8. Before serving, drizzle with cream and sprinkle with leaves of fresh coriander.


A white Christmas

White chocolate almond bark

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'm dreaming of a white Christmas, with every Christmas card I write. May your days be merry and bright, and may all your Christmases be white... It's time to sweeten up the festive season with white chocolate, sweetened further with the lyrics of this song from Irving Berlin. This ivorylike treat has none of the cacao mass, hence the delicate color. It’s rich with cocoa butter, which gives it that suave, subtle taste that complements dark chocolate desserts and bolder flavors. This Christmas, compliments of The Garden Hotel’s Western Executive Chef Robert Conaway, we learn to make white chocolate almond barks, guaranteed to make you look like a gourmet dessert home cook!

Ingredients (makes 500 grams): 170 g almonds, whole palettes or chopped 200 g white chocolate, chopped 130 g golden raisins

Instructions: 1. Spread almonds in a single layer in shallow pan. Place in cold oven and toast at 350 degrees Celsius for 12 to 15 minutes, stirring occasionally until lightly toasted. Cool. 2. Melt white chocolate in top of a double boiler over very low heat. Remove from stove and stir in almonds and raisins. Drop by heaping tablespoons onto waxed paper. 3. Refrigerate until cool and hardened.

Chef’s tip: You can use dark or milk chocolate to create different flavor barks, just substitute using the same amount.

Special thanks to Chef Robert Conaway from The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou, for this lovely recipe!

Chef Robert Conaway is an American national with more than 27 years of experience and a passion for food, specializing in American regional, Californian, Italian, organic, pan-Asian and steakhouse cuisine. Best known for his Californian cuisine, Chef Conaway uses local ingredients with a twist, emphasizing freshness and authentic flavor. Each signature dish incorporates his unique style; rich flavors and colors elevate the senses and evoke the sunny shores of California. He brings his extensive knowledge and experience to provide an unforgettable American regional dining experience at The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou.

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n September 25, Shenzhen American International School organized the SAIS Terry Fox Run in Shekou, Shenzhen. The Terry Fox Run is an international event where people work together to raise money for cancer research as well as support cancer patients struggling with finances. The run raised RMB42,627, which was donated to the Shenzhen Children’s Hospital.

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n October 14, Shenzhen (Nanshan) Concord College of Sino-Canada and the International School of Nanshan Shenzhen held their fifth Global Mental Health Day event as part of an international campaign for mental health awareness. This year’s theme was “Understanding + Respect = Hope.” Students enjoyed interactive activities such as the balloon toss, free hugs and face painting, while senior pupils taught their younger peers how to release stress in beneficial ways. All proceeds from the event were donated to Spring Care.

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n October 24, 200 kids and their families from Buena Vista Concordia International School (BCIS) celebrated international cultures as part of their annual UN Day celebration. Over 30 booths representing more than 16 countries were available for children and their families to visit. About 450 visitors had a large range of activities and food choices available from around the world. There was even a live band. Special thanks go to the BCIS parents, faculty and students as well as our outside vendors for making this possible. Proceeds from the event was donated to charity.

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hings have really been heating up in the Art and Design Department in Green Oasis School! The school held an ice cream making competition to bring the temperature down. Students were asked to create their most delicious flavors and came up with some weird and wacky ideas. Some of the initial sketches and drawings proved to be of a very high standard and it was obvious right from the start that the project would be a real winner. The project offered a wonderful opportunity for students to promote their product and impress on others the beauty of their creation by taking part in a photo shoot. Although only made from cardboard, string and paper clay, the appearance of the ice creams was incredibly realistic. The display certainly lightened the mood at the entrance to the school as it looked just like the real thing. It brought a smile to the faces of adults and children alike.

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School events in Guangzhou C hinese Mid-Autumn Festival activities were held in the month of September at ISA International School Guangzhou, consisting of a series of events on the theme of maintaining Chinese traditions and the promotion of the national spirit of China. Another purpose was to further students’ understanding of Chinese festivals and customs. Events included a calligraphy competition, an artwork exhibition, a recitation performance, story-telling, singing and short plays. Other events presented students with the history and significance of the Mid-Autumn Festival to trigger their interest in Chinese cultures. During the third week, students began to prepare their performances. Students were asked to share and exchange their views on traditional Chinese cultures. The Chinese festival activities held at ISA were a wonderful opportunity to enhance students’ understanding of the Chinese culture.

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hirteen students at Guangzhou Nanfang International School wrote their final IGCSE examinations in June 2015. After a two-year course, many countless hours of studying and continued teaching and support from dedicated staff, students were able to achieve wonderful results. They achieved 33 distinctions (attaining an A or A*). In a combined total, they wrote exams in 21 different subjects, including First Language Arabic, English, Chinese, Korean and Russian. Several of their students were able to engage in a self-study language, whereby exams were written in Urdu as a Second Language, Foreign Language French and Spanish. Current student Syed Muhammed Wajeh gained the Highest Achievement Award for Second Language (Urdu) in Asia, presented to him during the China ceremony for Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards, held on October 21. GNIS is proud of their success and wishes all their graduates a bright future.

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he director of the American International School of Guangzhou, Bernadette Carmody, the school’s board of directors and over 300 parents attended the AISG Parent Association luncheon-meeting on Monday, October 12, at the Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou. Of note, Board Chair Aaron Finley and Board Secretary Michel Gerebtzoff staged a formal signing of a commemorative resolution outlining the accomplishment of re-structuring AISG’s ownership to a wholly foreignowned entity. The AISG community also celebrated the announcement that its Science Park Campus theater project will be completed by Spring 2017.

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n November 12, Utahloy International School Guangzhou welcomed parents, consulates, companies and friends to their open day. Everyone was welcome to come along to share learning and teaching engagements from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Classrooms were open to all, while the school’s leadership team and International Baccalaureate Coordinators made themselves available to address any curricular questions. With parent workshops, information sessions and a display of music from their choir and orchestra, it was a great day for all attending.

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SA International School Guangzhou’s football team came second in the first Canton Cup football tournament on September 19. The players come from both ISA and other schools in Guangzhou. Competitive and social sports activities were held with other schools. Students from ISA learned how to develop cooperation skills and how to work effectively in teams. The team performed very well in the tournament. They had some excellent players and they played well together. The team won their first game against the British School of Guangzhou with a score of 2:0. The ISA Dragons did a good job! Go ISA Dragons! Go! Go! Go!

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n Friday October 9, Yew Wah International Education School of Guangzhou celebrated its 83rd year anniversary of the founding of Yew Wah International Education Foundation. As part of their tradition, they celebrated this special day filled with sports and fun activities, bringing fun and joy into their schools. All the students, teachers and staff had an amazing time, laughing and cheering their teams on. The celebration was a foundation-wide event, which took place throughout all Yew Wah International Education Schools (YWIES) and Yew Chung International Schools (YCIS). This included Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Qingdao, Yantai, Rizhao, Chongqing, Shenzhen. As a special mention, Urban Family also congratulate YCIS-Beijing for their 20th anniversary this year!

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ver 100 British School of Guangzhou students and staff took part in a 24-hour swimathon that lasted from 7am on Friday until 7am on Saturday. Students and staff could enter as an individual or as a team. They were allocated a minimum of a 20-minute slot during this time period and were challenged to see if they could swim the width of the English Channel (35 kilometers) in this time period as a collective. They were encouraged to gain sponsorship, which is going towards funding for FOBISIA sport events for primary, under-13 and under-15 teams. Twenty-eight students stayed overnight on the school field and swam at different time slots all through the night. In total, the participants surpassed the distance of the English Channel in 12 hours. By the end of the 24-hour time period, the collective distance swam was a staggering 80 kilometers. Well done to all involved!


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he Shenzhen Women’s International Club (SWIC) Moms and Tots Playgroup held its second annual Halloween Party on the morning of October 29 at Papa John’s Pizzeria in Houhai. Nearly 20 pairings of moms and tots showed up dressed in costumes to participate in games and craft activities. The playgroup runs every Thursday morning for preschoolers predominantly in the 0 to 3 age group. Everyone enjoyed dressing up in spooky and sparkly costumes!

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he Guinness World Records yoga challenge for pregnant women was successfully held at Caesars Palace, at Window of the World in Shenzhen on October 25. A staggering total of 1443 pregnant women from Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Xi’an and Wuhan practiced yoga together. Staged as the biggest pregnant women’s yoga class around the world, it also set a new Guinness record.

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he afternoon of October 31 saw more than 20 families at the Grill @ Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai. The hotel organized a Halloween cooking class for families, and it was a great afternoon with cooking, a painting competition, movies and games. The Grill is a fine dining restaurant with marvelous views of Shenzhen Bay. It servies premium grilled meats and seafood, as well as delectable fine wines.

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he Consulate General of France in Guangzhou co-organized the third edition of “When French companies meet Chinese and French students in South China,” in partnership with the French Chamber of Commerce, at Sun Yat-Sen University on Tuesday, October 27. This year, besides students from Sun Yat-Sen University, students from South China Normal University, Jinan University, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, South China Agricultural University, Peking University HSBC, Harbin HIT Shenzhen Graduate School and children from different international schools (including the French School located in Favorview) came to visit French professionals from all fields of expertise. Of note were 18 inspirational talks given by French professionals and HR experts on various topics, all of which were greeted with unprecedented success and applause.

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very year, the Guangzhou Women’s International Club hold a shoe and bag sale. The event was held on October 17 in the Favorview Palace clubhouse. Proceeds went to support the Couleurs de Chine Foundation that provides education to girls from minorities in Guanxi province as well as a Tibetan Children Welfare group. As per tradition, women turned up as early as 10am and shop till they dropped, all in the name of charity.

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n Saturday, November 7, from 11am to 3pm, The British School of Guangzhou celebrated their annual International Day and Family Fun Fair. Expat and local families enjoyed a gorgeous lakeside location while partaking in food and fun. Highlights of the event included food and beverage vendors from all over
the world, live music and other entertainment, games and activities for both children and adults, as well as plenty of raffle prizes. All profits from the event were donated to charity.

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rganized in partnership with the Happy Monk, this Halloween event kicked off at the Happy Monk on Xingsheng Lu at 8pm and wrapped up at The Happy Monk in Happy Valley. Guests came ready for a night of fun in their spookiest costumes, and memorable activities such as a Halloween scavenger hunt, a treasure chest game and a beer relay entertained all. Prizes included 100 bottles of Corona, a one-night stay at the Guangzhou Marriott Hotel Tianhe and vouchers to The Happy Monk, among other great prizes and a lucky draw.

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n September 12, Hopeful Hearts held an amazing charity party at the Happy Monk at Happy Valley. Everyone came dressed in their most outrageous clothes, eating, drinking and dancing the night away. About 100 tickets were sold and over RMB22,000 was raised! The aim of Hopeful Hearts is to raise awareness and funds in order to provide life saving heart surgeries for underprivileged Chinese children. Special thanks go to all their sponsors.

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n Saturday, October 24, moms, dads and their lovely kids gathered at the Grand Hyatt Hotel for an evening of food, fun and spooky, sparkly games! Organized by the Guangzhou Women’s International Club (GWIC), the event attracted expat families who came dressed to the nines. It was a fun day for all attending, and next year promises to be even bigger and better!

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n celebration of SG50 and 25 years of Singapore-China diplomatic relations, the Singapore Chamber of Commercial and Industry in China (Guangdong Chapter) and the Guangdong Flowers Cultural Association jointly organized a Singapore food festival and carnival, as well as a floral art show, at Canton Club and Canton Place on November 14. From 9.30am till 9 in the night, guests enjoyed going to interesting booths showcasing a variety of products from both Singapore and China, savoring Singaporean cuisine, enjoying cultural performances and participating in other exciting activities. Many also won great prizes in their lucky draw.

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he Consulate General of Mexico in Guangzhou and EMG Gallery recently presented the exhibition The Carnival of Life from November 1 to 15 in Redtory. This exhibition presented the traditional Day of the Dead festival, one of the oldest and most colorful holidays in Mexico dedicated to the day that, according to the Mexican belief, the souls of the deceased return home to share one day with their families. The exhibition included one traditional altar, set up to welcome the souls of the loved ones. This year, it was dedicated to the famous painter and artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), and on display were 10 images of different elements of this mystical festival, which is usually held in Mexico on November 1 and 2.

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GWIC Holiday Charity Bazaar Guangzhou Women’s International Club will hold their charity bazaar on Tuesday, November 17 at Oakwood Gold Arch on Ersha Island. From 10am to 3pm, you can shop for accessories, clothes, books, shoes, bags, food, wine and also win lucky draw prizes. All proceeds go to charity. For more information, email events.gwic@hotmail.com or check www.gwic.org

November 21 GNIS International Bazaar 2015 It's that time of year again when Guangzhou Nanfang International School holds its annual International Bazaar. Join the diverse, warm and caring GNIS community on Saturday, November 21, for a day of family fun! Over 800 people representing more than 30 different countries and nationalities are expected to join this great event full of games, international food and shows. A portion of the proceeds will go to the GNIS Special Needs Fund, which helps to create a conducive and accessible environment for children with special needs. The event will last from 11am to 3pm on the GNIS Longdong Campus. More information on the event and shuttle buses from downtown Guangzhou can be found at www.gnischina.org No.1 South Industrial Park, Yinglong Lu, Longdong,

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Tianhe District, Guangzhou. For details, call (020) 3886 5920 or email info@gnischina.com 广州南方国际学校,天河区龙洞迎龙路龙山工业 园南1号

November 21 UISG/UISZ Family Fun Day Utahloy Education Foundation are hosting a family fun day on Saturday, November 21, at their Zengcheng campus. The aim of the day is gather students, parents and staff from both campuses in a fun day full of activities, performances and plenty of food and drinks. Join in for a great day for the family! Guangshan Highway, Sanjiang Town, Zengcheng (020) 8291 3201 广州裕达隆国际学校,增城三江镇

November 22 Persistence & Love in Education - Information Session and Learning Activities by YWIES Guangzhou Since 1932, Yew Wah and Yew Chung grew into an extensive educational enterprise from humble beginnings. From Hong Kong, to Shanghai, Beijing, Yantai, Chongqing and Qingdao, YCIS and YWIES have become known internationally. YWIES Guangzhou, a milestone member of YWIES family founded in 2014, inherits the unique philosophies of international education and integrates them with practice. It works

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with many families in order to cultivate knowledgeable, compatible to both eastern and western cultures, responsible global citizens with love and charity. Join them for an information session from 2 to 16 years old and learning activities for students in Year 3 to Year 6 at the Canton Club. Come to get first hand information about world-class international education in YWIES Guangzhou! Time: 2.30 - 5pm Venue: The Canton Club, 1-48 Haiyue Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 广州天河区珠江新城海粤路1-48号广粤会

December 4 Vitas World Tour Guangzhou Stop Concert In 2005, a music storm raised by Vitas swept across the continent of Asia. The Chinese call him ‘the prince of dolphin’ because of his tenor. His music transcended language to gain huge popularity among China, Japan, Korea and Singapore. Vitas is the stage name for Russian singer and songwriter Vitaliy Vladasovich Grachov, famous for his devastating ‘Opera No. 2.’ He incorporates techno, jazz, Russian folk music, classical and dance into his works, making his music hard to categorize but easy to listen and dance to. Friday December 4; 8pm; RMB180-1,680; Guangzhou Opera House, 1 Zhujiang Xi Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 广州天河 区珠江新城珠江西路1号 (020) 3839 2888

December 5 Sinterklass comes to Guangzhou On December 3, join the Dutch community in Guangzhou for an afternoon with Sinterklass. Adults: RMB100, Kids: RMB50, Register by emailing info@nvguangzhou.org before November 21. 1pm-4pm, Lakefront Early Years Campus. The British School of Guangzhou, 828 Tonghe Lu, Baiyun District, Guangzhou 广州英国学校,白云 区同和路828

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2015 AmCham South China Winter Ball This November, the 2015 AmCham South China Winter Ball will be held on November 28 in Guangzhou. This year’s Winter Ball will be themed "Madagascar - Party in the Wild" and it’s also a celebration of AmCham South China's 20th anniversary. Boasting delicacies, live music, riveting performances, fabulous dances and a bounty of lucky draw prizes, all guests will enjoy a fantastic night! Venue: The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou 368 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou (020) 8333 8989 ext. 3964 广州市越秀区环市东路368号 For sponsorship and ticket sales, please visit: www.amcham-southchina.org or contact (020) 8335 1476 / Ms. Wing Xian on wxian@amcham-southchina.org

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UISG Festival of Lights Join Utahloy International School Guangzhou for their annual Festival of Lights. This event will start at 12pm and last till 5pm, and guests will be treated to games, music, drama and dance performances, a carnival-style atmosphere, clown acts, and even a chance to see some artwork from students. Utahloy International School Guangzhou, No. 800 Shatai Bei Lu, Baiyun District, Guangzhou 广州裕达隆国际学校,白云区同和沙太北 路800


December 12 Menaham Pressler Recital Concert The New York Times called him “a poet, time and again revealing unexpected depths in works that have been endlessly plumbed and surveyed”. German pianist Menahem Pressler, 91 years old, is as active on stage as he was six decades ago when he first started his career. One of the world’s most distinguished and honored musicians, Pressler co-founded the Beaux Arts Trio with violinist Daniel Hope and cellist Antonio Meneses. A professor on the piano faculty at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Pressler has fostered many an award-winning student, who have honored him in major international piano competitions such as the Queen Elizabeth, Leeds, and Van Cliburn.

ments await to be discovered. Come and join the lavish New Year’s Eve Celebrations on the 22nd floor and ring in 2016 at the most stylish party in town Free flow of selected spirits and wine from 9.30pm till late. RMB300 net per person for bookings before December 15; RMB350 net for ladies and RMB450 net for men from December 16-31; CNY500 net at the door. For ticketing information: (020) 8550 8055 / 8066. The Market Cafe, Grand Hyatt Guangzhou, 12 Zhujiang Xi Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 广州天河区珠江 新城珠江西路12号 (020) 8550 8025, 8550 8026

ONGOING Live Music Karaoke at The Garden Hotel - Be a Star! Every Friday night in November, from 10pm to midnight, come sing your heart out at Live Music Karaoke Night at Lotus Pond. Choose from over 500 international songs and take the stage to release your inner superstar!

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Lotus Pond, Lobby, The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou. Reservation hotline: (020) 8333 8989 ext: 3191 广州市越秀区环 市东路368号

Don't forget to mark your calendars for the annual American International School of Guangzhou’s Holiday Bazaar on December 12, from 11am to 4pm. Free to the entire Guangzhou community, join us at the AISG Ersha Island campus for shopping, music, games, lucky draws, great food and a delightful way to usher in the holiday season with the whole family! Vendors, tables are selling fast; if you are interested in reserving space at the AISG Holiday Bazaar, please contact han.petry@hotmail.com

RMB88, 2-5pm. LN Hotel Five, No.277, Yanjiang Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou. 广州越秀区沿江中路277 号岭南五号酒店(020) 8931 0505

Seasonal Promotion @ The Connoisseur at The Garden Hotel

Saturday December 12; 8pm; RMB100-680; Symphony Hall, Xinghai Concert Hall, 33 Qingbo Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou 越秀区晴波路33号 (020) 8758 8735, 8735 3869

AISG Holiday Bazaar

Hotel Five vividly presents the art of Cantonese food, as well as the history, architecture, folk culture, art, natural scenery and cultural landscape of the city. With 32 themed guest rooms, catering spaces such as Tea 5, Lounge 5 and Roof Bar 5, LN Hotel Five invites you to join a fantastic cultural tour!

LN Hotel Five: Cantonese Afternoon Tea in December LN Hotel Five, a boutique hotel for authentic Canton cultural experience, invites you out on December afternoons for Cantonese afternoon tea at 2-5pm, with delicate siu mai with black truffle, shrimp dumpling, cup cakes with the Longjing tea, oolong tea, Yingde black tea, jasmine flower tea and aged pu’er. As the first high-end boutique hotel in Guangzhou, LN

Come and try the magnificent tomahawk steak at the Connoisseur at the Garden Hotel! Imported from Australia, this is a fabulous promotion for those who love steak. Each cow is grass-fed, raised and bred in the open-air. This increases the percentage of fat marbling. More marbling leads to more flavor, tenderness and moisture during the cooking process. Each steak is seasoned to enhance the flavor of the meat and grilled to perfection. The steak is then set to rest for about five minutes to let the natural juices redistribute. The tomahawk steak is perfectly paired with a selection of sauces and five gourmet salts: black lava, smoke, red wine, scorpion and fleur de sel. The Connoisseur, magnificent and elegant in design, offers the finest in Californian and steakhouse cuisine. In addition to the main dining area, the restaurant has three VIP rooms which can accommodate from six to 12 people and are ideal for hosting private parties. Monday 12:00pm to 2:30pm, Tuesday to Saturday 12:00pm to 2:30pm / 6:00pm to 10:30pm. The Connoisseur, The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou (020) 8333 8989 ext. 3964 广州市越秀区环市东路368号

December 24-27 Supreme Christmas Market at Grand Hyatt Guangzhou Come and celebrate the festive days at the best buffet restaurant in town, only at the Grand Hyatt Guangzhou. Indulge your palate with all special festive delicacies from eight live cooking stations. Santa will surprise on December 24, so book early and join in the fun! December 24-27: Lunch at RMB488 per person December 24-25: Dinner at RMB828 per person from 5.30-7.30pm and 8-10pm. Dinner at RMB968 per person fron 5.30-10pm December 26-27: Dinner at RMB668 per person December 31: Dinner at RMB728 per person A glass of Champagne will be served per person with our compliments on December 24 to 25. For enquiry or reservation, please contact (020) 8550 8055 / 8066. All prices are subject to 15% service charge. The Market Cafe, Grand Hyatt Guangzhou, 12 Zhujiang Xi Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 广州天河区珠江新城珠江 西路12号 (020) 8550 8025, 8550 8026

December 31 New Year’s Eve Celebration at Grand Hyatt Guangzhou Followed by the success of the countdown events in the last two years, G Restaurant & Bar is eager to bring you another fantastic party experience this year. Live DJs and special performance, lucky draw and many more excite-

december 11 Christmas Concert: Spreading Christmas love at Yew Wah Be ready to follow the journey of Mr. Grinch, who says no to Christmas joy, but through the warmth and love of little Yew Wah students picks up some of the Yew Wah Christmas spirit. In line with the Yew Wah foundation motto, students and teachers will will present a beautiful and entertaining production in celebration of Christmas on December 11.They aim to spread their love to families with yet another colourful and fun-filled event. Venue: Multi-function auditorium, Yew Wah International Education School of Guangzhou. For details, please contact (020) 8683 2662 广州 耀华国际教育学校

January 23, 2016 Seeds of Hope Charity Concert On January 23, Yew Wah will bring to Guangzhou for the very first time the Seeds of Hope gala concert. Our young musicians from our foundation’s network (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Qingdao, Chongqing, Yantai, Shanghai) and our own students from Guangzhou will come together in a night of music and performance. The concert will mark the inaugural establishment of the Guangzhou chapter of the Seeds of Hope Charity foundation, building partnerships with local migrant schools in need of fostering relationship, aiding and rebuilding the schools. Everyone is looking forward to the students’ very first performance on the world-class stage of Xinghai Concert Hall! Location: Xinghai Concert Hall, on 23 January 2016. Starts at: 6:30pm. For ticket information, please contact (020) 8683 2662 广州星海音乐厅

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Winter Bazaar is a great opportunity to market yourself to the Shekou expatriate community and help SIS parents' efforts to give back to the local community!

NOVEMBER 25 Magical Night by Topas, Tim and Diamond Show Award-winning German magician and comedian Topas will wow his audience with a stupendous magic show, backed up by partners Tim and Diamond. If you are a fan of mind-baffling illusions, don't miss the 2011 Magician of the Year in this one-night-only event, sure to be full of sleight of hand and tricks to make you believe in real magic. RMB100-380, 8pm. Baoli Culture Square, Haibin Lu, Houhai, Nanshan District, Shenzhen 南山区后海滨路保利文 化广场保利剧院 (0755) 8637 1687

To book your table, please contact Mai on 185 0307 4330 or email mai.peksen@gmail.com. Deadline for applying is November 3 and time to set up the table is November 28 at 10:00am (Bazaar opens at 12:00).

NOVEMBER 29 Frankenstein by TNT Theatre Britain in Shenzhen

Come to the Fourth Shenzhen International Art Fair to enjoy great works by international artists. Who knows, it might inspire your little one to be the next Picasso. RMB50, 10am - 5.30pm. Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, 111 Fuhua Lu, Futian District, Shenzhen 福田 区福华路111号深圳会展中心 (0755) 6159 7013

RMB80-300, 8pm. Shenzhen Children's Palace, Fuzhong Yi Lu, Futian District, Shenzhen 福田区福中一路市少年宫 (0755) 8351 3099

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The Fourth Shenzhen International Art Fair

Annual SIS Winter Bazaar Annual SIS Winter Bazaar will be held on the Jingshan sports field on Saturday, November 28, from noon to 3pm. The SIS Winter Bazaar is a family event that brings together the SIS international community. There will be food from countries around the world, as well as vendors, raffle, games, music and entertainment. The majority of the bazaar's proceeds will be donated to charity. The bazaar is organized by the SIS Parent Support Association (PSA). The school is looking for vendors to sell arts and crafts or represent organizations and services in Shenzhen. The cost of a vendor table is RMB300 for tables (width 150 centimeters) and chairs. IS

ONGOING Children’s Fencing Classes

Mary Shelley’s monster comes alive in TNT Theatre Britain’s production of Frankenstein. Gothic comedy mixes with an exploration of the darker themes of this modern myth in the troupe’s retelling. Highly visual, fast paced and furious, Frankenstein has a full electronic score by noted composer Paul Flush that operates more in the manner of film than theater. TNT was founded in 1980 in Britain and has since established itself as one of the most popular international touring theater companies in the world.

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Ticket price: RMB150 per child, includes a mini lunch and a present from a very special guest! Add the Futian beach account for more updates soon to follow. For more information, contact PlayJamZ leader Kaz, wechat: Kazziebabie or email Just_an_ordinary_kaz@hotmail.com

Little Bumbles PlayJamZ Christmas Extravaganza Little Bumbles PlayJamZ (PJ dayz) will be hosting their very own tropical Christmas extravaganza. This new group, which launched this Halloween, aims to bring Futian families together for biweekly fun and frolics, with topical speakers and fun events for children aged 5 and under (though older siblings are welcome). Little Bumbles will be held at Futain Urban beach in Xiangmihu Futian Shenzhen. Parents can kick back and relax with the feel of 51 tons of golden sand between their toes and a mocktail in their hand, while the kids will be entertained with a variety of activities by play leader Kaz, so head on down to Futian urban beach on December 12!

Yu Jie Fencing Hamlet International offers weekly fencing classes for one-year membership holders. Not sure if fencing is for your kids? They can try it for free twice before deciding. Yearly membership fees include all equipment and instruction. RMB8,000, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7.30 - 9pm or Saturdays and Sundays 10.30am-12.30pm or 2-4pm. 3/f, 301, Block 2, Fulian Mansion Commercial Building (富莲大 厦), Lian Hua Bei, Yutian Road, Futian District, Shenzhen 福田区雨田路莲花北富莲大厦2栋301 (185 2083 8873)

Stone-painting Classes Have you heard of stone-painting? Afternoon Art Space provides painting classes where students paint their own pictures on stones. All the materials are provided; students only need to bring their ideas! Advanced reservation is required. RMB80, 2.30 - 4.30pm. 1A9B Shenye New Coastline, Baoyuan Bei Lu, Bao'an District., Shenzhen 宝安区宝源 南路深业新岸线1A9B (170 9725 9886)

Ukulele Salons Free ukulele classes taught by Chris and Johnny from Simple Things! Want to learn to play the uke but not sure how to start? Come to these classes to experience a wonderful, supportive musical community throughout Shenzhen, all based around this tiny instrument. Classes take place at different times and in different Simple Things locations around the city. Free admission.

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Education Early Childhood Education Gymboree 1) Rm 208, 191 Tiyu Xi Lu, Tianhe District (3884 8008); 2) 3/F, 63 Jiaochang Dong Lu, Yuexiu District (8373 8158); 3) 2/F, Building B5, Yingbin Lu (3476 9991);4) 3/F, New Pearl River Hotel, 795 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (8932 2399); 5) Rm 302, 28 Dongfang Yi Lu, Zhongshan Dadao, Tianhe District (3802 3999); 6) L2054A, Gate 5 Mall, Yunxiao Lu, Baiyun District (3607 9020) 金宝贝,1)天河区体

育西路191号中石化大厦佳兆业广场二楼208; 2) 越秀区较场东路63号盈泽苑三楼; 3) 番禺 区迎宾路万博中心B5栋二楼; 4) 海珠区滨江 东路795号新珠江大酒店三楼; 5) 天河区中 山大道东方一路28号3层302; 6) 白云区云霄 路5号停机坪二层L2054A. www.gymboree. com.cn/china

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KindyRoo International Early Childhood Development Academy 201, 2/F, Buidling C,195 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (400 155 6636) 澳洲亲亲 袋鼠国际早教, 海珠区滨江东路195号C栋二 楼201. www.gzkindyroo.com

Tot’s Time Play School 1:1 teaching for babies under 18 months. 1:1.5 teaching for toddlers over 18 months. Flexible school hours. Contact Michelle Lee through 13922439658 or ytmlee@ mac.com

Lions 33/F, IFC, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (400 0020 229) 狮子婴幼 公学, 天河区珠江新城国际金融中心(IFC西

Playgroup 5/F, 153 Tianhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District (400 885 0517) 普乐谷之 家,天河东路153号富海商业中心5楼. www. playgroup.com.cn/Info/InfoShow.aspx


Kindergartens American International School of Guangzhou (Preschool) 3 Yanyu Nan Jie, Ersha Island, Yuexiu District (8735 3392) 越秀区二沙岛烟雨南街3号 Canadian International Kindergarten 1) Agile Garden, Yinbin Lu, Panyu District (8456 6551); 2) Mayland Garden, Keyun Lu, Tianhe District (8561 6516); 3) Sunny Garden, 39, Xujing Dong Jie, North of Chebei Lu, Zhongshan Dadao, Tianhe District (6120 9165); 4) 48 Zonglin Jie, Mayland Garden, Keyun Lu,Tianhe District (8561 6516); 5) Nanhu Agile Garden, Tonghe Lu, Baiyun District (3724 1670) . 加拿大国际幼儿 园,1) 番禺区迎宾路雅居乐花园; 2) 天河区 科韵路美林海岸花园棕林街48号; 3) 天河区 中山大道车陂路段北侧旭景家园旭景东街39 号; 4) 天河区科韵路美林海岸花园棕林街48 号; 5) 白云区同和路南湖雅居乐内 Creative Kindergarten No.2 Tanyue Jie, Er Sha Island (8735 1908) 启思幼儿 园,二沙岛潭月街二号 Gold Arch International Preschool Block 4, 0411, Ground Floor, Gold Arch Riverdale, Ersha Island (8735 3205) 金 亚国际幼儿园, 二沙岛金亚花园4区首层. goldarchinternationalpreschool.org Guangzhou Bain Kindergarten No. 1-5, Kangyi Jie, Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (3425 5523) 珠江广场贝恩幼儿 园, 海珠区滨江东路康怡街1-5 Favorview Palace International Kindergarten Huijing Nan Lu, by the Wushan Turning of the Huanan Expressway, Guangyuan Dong Lu, Tianhe District (8529 1171 ext 215) 汇景新城国 际幼儿园, 天河区广园东华南快速干线五山 回旋处汇景南路66号.www.hj-bb.com Huamei Kindergarten Huamei Lu, Tianhe (8721 0372) 华美幼儿园, 天河区 华美路华美学园 Japanese Preschool of Guangzhou136 Dong Guan Zhuang Lu,Tianhe District (8764 6316) 广州奥伊斯嘉日本语幼儿 园,天河区东莞庄路136号 Jiayiyuan Int’l Kindergarten 144 Jiayiyuan, Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (3881 4019) 嘉怡苑英文实验幼儿园, 天河 区天河北路嘉怡苑144号 Lingnan Hong Kong International Kindergarten 11 Tianlong Jie, Longkou Xi Lu, Tianhe (8758 2822 ) 岭南香港 国际幼儿园, 天河区龙口西路天龙街11号. www.gzln.net Milo Kindergarten 1) Hui Ya Yuan, 259 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (3885 1108); 2) Jujing Garden, 190 Zhongshan Dadao, Tianhe District (3866 4271) 广州市米洛英文幼儿,1) 天河区天河 北路259号荟雅苑小区内; 2)天河区中山大道 190号骏景花园小区内 The British School of Guangzhou (Early Years) Tonghe Lu, Lakefront Compound, Nanhu, Baiyun District (Tel: 8709 4788). 广州英国学校,南湖同和路983-3 www.bsg.org.cn Springfield Kindergarten 281 Haiming Lu, Central Park View, Zhujiang New Town (3833 9379; fax: 3836 1757) 春 田幼儿园,天河区珠江新城海明路281. www.springfieldkindergarten.cn. Email: info@springfieldkindergarten.cn. St.Lorraine Anglo-Chinese School Riverside Garden, Dashi Town, Panyu District (8458 8252). 莱恩英文幼儿园, 番禺区洛浦街丽江花园 www.st-lorraine.

com.cn Yihe Int’l Kindergarten Summer Palace, Tonghe Town, Baiyun District (3623 8230). 颐和国际幼儿园,白云区同和镇 颐和山庄 Yingyi International KIndergarten 5 Chigang Shan Jie, Haizhu District (8420 3626) 广州英艺中英文幼儿园, 海珠 区赤岗三街5号

International Schools Alcanta International College (AIC) 1130 Baiyun Dadao Nan, Baiyun District (8618 3999) 亚加达教育机构国际 预科部, 白云区白云大道南1130 号. www. aicib.org American International School of Guangzhou (AISG) 1) 3 Yanyu Nan Lu, Ersha Island (8735 3393); 2) 19 Kexiang Lu, Science Park, Luogang District (3213 5555). 广州美国人国际学 校,1) 二沙岛烟雨南路3号; 2) 萝岗区科学 城科翔路19号 Canadian International School of Guangzhou Cambridgeshire Garden, Nancun Town, Panyu District (3925 5321) www.cigz.com 广州加拿大人国际学 校,番禺区南村镇雅居乐剑桥郡花园内 Clifford School International Building, Clifford School,Clifford Estates, Shiguang Lu, Panyuan District 祈福英语实验 学校番禺区市广路 (8471 8273) Guangzhou Huamei International School 23 Huamei Lu, Tianhe District (Tel: 8706 5178, Fax: 8721 0372). 广 州华美英语实验学校,天河区华美路23号 www.hm163.com Guangzhou Nanfang International School No.1 South Industrial Park, Yinglong Lu, Longdong, Tianhe District (3886 6952, 3886 3606, Fax: 3886 3680). www.gnischina.com 广州南方国际 学校,天河区龙洞迎龙路龙山工业园南1号 www.gnischina.com French International School of Guangzhou Favorview Palace, Tianhe District (3879 7324).www.efcanton. com. 广州法国学校,天河区汇景新城 www.efcanton.com ISA International School Guangzhou Block C2-2 Redtory, Siheng Lu, No.128, Yuan Village, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 510655 广州市天河区员村四横路128号红 专厂 C2-2(8890 0909) 广州爱莎国际学校 Mayland International School Mayland International Resort, No 168 West Shanqian Dadao, Huadu District 美林湖 国际学校花都区山前大道168号美林湖国际 社区 (3672 8212) Japanese School of Guangzhou 10 Fengxin Lu, Science City, High-technology and Industrial Zone (Tel: 6139 7023, Fax: 6139 7027). 广州日本人学校,高 新技术产业开发区科学城风信路10号 www. jsgcn.com Raffles Design Institute 9F, B Tower of Guangzhou Sinopec Building, No.191, Tiyu Xi Lu, Tianhe District 天河区体育 西路191号中石化大厦B塔9楼 gz.raffles. edu.cn The British School of Guangzhou 983-3 Tonghe Lu, Nanhu (Tel: 8709 4788, Fax: 3725 9377). 广州英国学校,南湖同和路 983-3 www.bsg.org.cn Utahloy International School of Guangzhou 1) Shatai Highway, Jin Bao Gang, Tong He, (8720 2019, 8720 0517; fax 8704 4296); 2) Sanjiang

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LISTING Town, Zeng Cheng (8291 4691 fax 8291 3303) 广州裕达隆国际学校,1) 同和金宝岗 沙太公路;2)增城三江镇 www.utahloy.com Yew Wah International Education School of Guangzhou Dragon Lake Resort, National AAAA Tourist Attraction, Huadong Town, Huadu District, Guangzhou (8683 2662 / 400 850 9778) 广州耀华国际教育 学校 广州市花都区花东镇山前旅游大道学而 街9号 (比邻国家4A级旅游风景区九龙湖) www.ywies-gz.com

Language Centers Alliance Francaise de Canton (French Training Center) 2/F, 12 Wu Zi Building, Beijiaochang Heng Lu (8380 2501, fax 8380 2502). 广州法语培训中心,北较场横 路12号物资大厦二楼 www.af-canton.org.cn BECTON English Training School 1) 5/F, Dong Pu. 433 Zhongshan Dadao (8232 6673); 2) 5/F, 14 Xiao Dong Yuan, Zhongshan Yi Lu (8730 2089); 3) Shi Hua Club, Shihua Lu, Huang Pu. 1)中山 大道433号鸫银大厦五楼; 2)中山一路小东园 14号铁路老干活动中心(老年)大学五楼; 3)黄 埔石化路石化俱乐部 Berlitz Language Training Room 1013, Southern Securities Building, 140 Tiyu Dong Lu (Tel: 3887 9261, 3887 9262; fax: 3887 9263) www.berlitz.com贝立 兹中心,体育东路140号南方证券大厦1013 室 Classic Mandarin Training Centre Courses: Daily Life Chinese, Business Chinese, HSK course, Short-term Chinese, Kids’ hinese. English and Japanese. Tutoring, Cantonese, Corporate Training.Cultural courses: Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Paintings, YOGA,Erhu. E-mail:study@classicmandarin.com Room 6C,Runde Building,Huaju Jie,23 Huaj iu Lu,Zhujiang New Town(next to Starbuck s coffee) Tel:2886 9082 新语翔语言学校, 珠江新城华就路23号华居街润德大厦6C室 (Starbucks coffee隔壁) English First (EF) Room 302, 3/F, East Tower, Huaxin Building, 2 Shuiyin Lu (3760 1518). 英孚教育,水荫路2号华信大 厦东座302 室. www.englishfirst.com Foreign Teachers’ Essential Orientation/Marriage Masala The Fountains International Community Center, 5 Xiaokang Jie, Pingsha Village, Guanghua Yi Lu, Baiyun District (Tel: 8605 3909); email: info@thefountains.cn) 白云区广花 一路平沙小康街5号. www.thefountains.cn I Mandarin Chinese Training Expertise 1) Suite 1505,the Metro Plaza,183 Tianhe Bei Lu; 2) Suite 2105,South Tower, World Trade Center 371-375 Huanshi Dong Lu (2282 9282, 2884 8682). 3) Room1211, the West Tower, Hua Pu Plaza, 9-13 Huaming Lu, Zhujiang New Town (2238 2196). 新世界教育, 1)天河 北路183号,大都会广场1505室 2) 环市东路 371-375号,世贸中心大厦南塔2105 室 3) 珠 江新城华明路9-13号华普广场西座1211室. www.iMandarin.net

Building, 29-31 Jianshe Liu Malu; 2) 109B Fortune Plaza, 116-118 Tiyu Dong Lu; 3) 1/F CTS Center, Zhongshan Wu Lu (Hotline: 800 810 0661). 华尔街英 语,1)建设六马路29 -31号荣建大厦2楼; 2)体 育东路116-118号财富广场109B; 3)中山五路 中旅商业城1楼 Xin Han Ji Chinese Language Center Room 2901, Section A, Zhongyi City Garden, 25 Linhe Jie, Tianhe (3821 6343; Fax: 3821 6643). 新翰吉汉语国际 学院,天河区林和街25号中怡城市花园(中信 广场东侧) A座2901室. www.hsktest.com.cn

Extracurricular SXSJ Art Center Painting and calligraphy class in small group. Tailor made corporate program. www.1980art.com 书香世家艺术中心, 1)天河科韵路美林海岸 棕林街54铺(8567 1920) ; 2)书画私塾西门口 店(8192 6383) Eye Level Nabio Learning Center Rm217-219, Upzone, 20 Haiming Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3827 9096) 乐必奥学习中心 珠江新城海 明路20号力迅上筑西座217-219室 Whyville Education Suite 3A08, Building A, Long Wei Office Tower, Tianhe Bei, Longkou Zhong Lu (3809 5020).天河区龙 口中路130号龙威广场A栋3A08室

Grandview Kids Park 5/F, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District 天河区天河路228号正佳购 物广场五楼

Health Services

Chimelong Paradise Yingbin Lu, Panyu District (3993 2888). 长隆欢乐世界,番 禺迎宾路. www.chimelongparadise.com

Bellaire Int’l Clinic #601, 6/F east tower, Times Square, 28 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (3891 0511) 贝利尔诊 所,天河北路28号时代广场东塔6楼601

Chimelong Water Park Yingbin Lu, Panyu District (8479 2222) 长隆水上世 界,番禺迎宾路 Chimelong International Circus Yingbin Lu, Panyu District (8479 6600).长隆国际 大马戏,番禺迎宾路

Eur Am Int’l Medical Center 1/F North Tower, Ocean Pearl Building, 19 Huali Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3758 5328; 24hr Urgent Care: 137 1041 3347). 康辰国 际医疗,珠江新城华利路19号远洋明珠大厦 北座首层. www.eurammedicalcenter.com

United Family Guangzhou Clinic Annex Building, PICC Building, 301 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong (4008_919191, 8710 6060, 24 Hours). 广州和睦家门诊部,广 州大道中301号人保大厦南塔副楼首层

HEALTH Dental All Smile - Dr.Lu Int’l Dental Clinic Rm603-604, 6/F, Metro Plaza, 183 Tianhe Bei Lu (24-hour hotline 8755 3380). Mon-Sat 9am-6pm (Other times by appointment). Local cards. 大都会牙科,天 河北路183号大都会广场六楼603-604 H&H Cosmetic Dentistry Center Unit A Nuova Plaza, International Service Apt. 9 Huali Lu, Zhujiang Xicheng, Tianhe District 天河区珠江新城华利路9好新大夏国 际公寓首层A铺

Guangzhou Elizabeth Women's Hospital NO. 484 Kang Wang Zhong Lu, Liwan District (24-hour hotline: 400 886 9268 ) E-mail:inquiries@eliza.hk 广州伊丽莎 白妇产医院国际医疗中心,荔湾区康王中路 484号 en.eliza.hk Wales International Medical Center 200 Linhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District (Behind IKEA) 林和东路200号(宜家家居后面) www.waleshospital.com/English

Community Associations Narcotics Anonymous Guangzhou: www.nachina.com/guang-

Chimelong Safari Park Dashi Town, Panyu District (8478 3333).长隆香江野生 动物园,番禺迎宾路

Guangzhou Crocodile Park Shibei Dadao, Dashi Town, Panyu District (8478 0333-8102) 广州鳄鱼公园,番禺区 大石镇石北大道 Guangzhou Ocean World Inside Guangzhou Zoo, 120 Xianlie Zhong Lu, Yuexiu District (3766 0250). 广州海洋公园, 越秀区先烈中路120号广州动物园内. www. gzow.com Nansha Wetland Park Wanqingsha Town, Nansha District南沙湿地公园,南沙区万顷 沙镇18涌南沙海滨湿地 (8495 1083)

Yunxi Eco-Park 1038 Baiyun Daodao Nan, Baiyun District (3722 2222) 云溪 生态公园,白云区白云大道南1038号(广州 体育馆对面)

Others New Guangzhou Library No. 4 Zhujiang Dong Lu, Zhujiang New Town 广州图书馆 新馆, 珠江新城珠江东路4号

Chinese Medicine TCM Physiotherapy Center Dr. Sherily Xiao, master of medicine, acupuncture, physiotherapy & TCM and anti-aging, 17 years practice. Classes available in massage, acupuncture & TCM.938 Golden Lake Garden, The Clubhouse, Shatai Bei Lu, Baiyun District (137 1052 6617)白云 区沙太北路938号金湖园会所

Kai Yi Dental Clinic 11/F, Binghua Hotel, 2 Tianhe Bei Lu (3886 4821) 凯怡牙 科诊所,天河北路2号冰花酒店11层. www. gzdentist.com

Wisdom International Dental Clinic Rm 2008-2010, 2 Huali Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District (3877 2897). Daily 9:30am-9pm. 广州维思顿牙科中 心,天河区珠江新城华利路2号2008-2010( 爱丁堡国际公寓)

Parks

Baby Massage Parents Training United Family Guangzhou Clinic, 1F, Annex Building, PICC Building, 301 Guangzhou Dadao婴儿按摩父母培训, 广州大道 中301号人保大厦附楼首层 Contact: For inquiries and registartion contact Coco Chau through 138 0251 4200 or coco. chau33@gmail.com

Oxbridge Education Centre 2/F, 64 Qiaolin Jie, Linle Lu, Tianhe District (3890 6245) www.oxbridgechina.com.cn 建侨教育培训中心,广州市天河区林乐路侨 林街64号二层商铺

Eclipse English Education Room D,18/F, Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (3878 0382, 189 2276 9713) 爱誉教育, 天河北 路368号18楼D

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Alcoholics Anonymous Guangzhou: www.aaguangzhou.com/ indexGZ.htm China: www.aashanghai.com/listings. html

KOSMOS 5th Floor, Store 555, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District. 天河区天河路228号正佳广场5楼555 铺 (400 822 0338), info@kosmoschina. com.cn.

Sunshine Dental Clinic No.31-119 Xing-guo street, Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou (87538385) 钟红阳口腔诊 所,珠江新城兴国路31号119(保利心语花 园东门北侧)

Wall Street English 1) 2/F Rongjian

8小镇,白云区云霄路353栋5号停机坪购物广 场2. www.edaytown.com Popark Children Paradise

Guangzhou Wan Zhi Medical Services Centre Rm 2502, CITIC Plaza, No. 233, Tianhe Bei Lu (2223 0233, Fax: 2223 0133). 24hrs Emergency No.: 131 4330 4439. 广州万治(香港)内科门诊部, 天河 北路233号中信广场办公大楼2502 Email: gz@medicentre.hk. www.medicentre.cn

Joy Chinese Language Training Center Room F05,V-served Business Center. (East side of Garden Hotel), Yuexiu District (136-3233 2369, http://www. joy-chinese.com/) 越秀区淘金路V商务酒 店中心F05房

School of International Education (South China University of Technology) Wushan Lu, Tianhe District (3938 1048, 8711 0592)天河区五山路. ymshan@scut. edu.cn, sieinfo@scut.edu.cn

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Cafes Art Café Times Museum, Times Rose Garden III, Huangbian Bei Lu, Baiyun Dadao, Baiyun District (2627 2363) 艺 术+咖啡,白云区白云大道黄边北路时代玫瑰 园三期时代美术馆 www.timesmuseum.org Bocca Kitchen + Bar No. 110 Shop, T25 Building, Central Park-view, Haifeng Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3831 9027) 珠 江新城海风路凯旋新世界T25栋110铺 Maan Coffee Voka Street, 460 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (8751 7080) 漫 咖啡, 天河区天河北路460号沃凯街 People’s Café (open 24 hours) 1) 1/F, 35 Jianshe Wu Malu, Yuexiu District (8376 6677); 2) Shop 106-107, 8 Xingsheng Lu (3805 1528) 1) 建设五马路35 号大院一楼; 2) 兴盛路8号106-107铺 The Coffee Club Café 1) B101, Southern District, Central Plaza, 18 Jianshe Da Malu, Yuexiu District(8302 2508); 2) Shop 113-114, 8 Xingsheng Lu, Tianhe District; 3) Shop 1013, Diwang Plaza, Jiaochang Xi Lu, District 1)越 秀区建设大马路18号保利中环广场南区B101 铺; 2) 天河区兴盛路8号1 1 3 、114号铺( 近保利心语花园; 3)越秀区较场西路26号 地王广场1013号铺 www.coffeeclub.com The Taikoo Lounge, Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou, 389 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8881)天河区天河路389号 The Loft, Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou, 389 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8883)天河区天河路389号

Chinese Bing Sheng Restaurant 1) 33 Dongxiao Lu (3428 6910) ; 2) 168 Tianhe Dong Lu (8751 8683) ; 3) 1-4/F Wufeng Hotel, 438 Jiangnan Dadao Nan (8447 2844) 炳 胜,1) 东晓路33号;2) 天河东路168号;3) 江 南大道南438号五凤酒店1-4楼 Food Street 1st Floor, China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel , 122 Liuhua Lu (8666 6888 ext 3156) 食街, 流花路122号中国大酒店1楼 Four Seasons 1st Floor. China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel, 122 Liuhua Lu (8666 6888 ext 3123) 四季, 流花路122号中国大酒店1楼

Lai Heen 3/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, No. 3 Xing’an Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3813 6688) 丽轩 中餐厅, 天河区珠江新城兴安路3号广州富力 丽思卡尔顿酒店3楼 Lai Wan Market 2/F, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (8333 8989 ext 3922) 荔湾亭,环市东路368号花园酒店二楼 Peach Blossom Chinese Restaurant 3/F, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (8333 8989 ext 3316) 桃园馆中餐厅,环


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Sunloft 1/F, 1 Jianshe Liu Malu, Yuexiu District (8388 1840) 上楼茶点,越秀区建 设六马路1号后幢1层

Seasonal Tastes G/F, The Westin Pazhou, Area C, Guangzhou International Convention & Exhibition Center, 681 Fengpu Zhong Lu, Haizhu District (8918 1206) 知 味西餐厅, 海珠区凤浦中路681号广州国际会 议展览中心C区广州广交会威斯汀酒店首层

Woo’s Hong Kong Cuisine Shop 103-107, B1F, 75 Tianhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District (8757 0062) 吴係茶餐厅,天河区天河东 路75号B1楼103-107

Western Yue Chinese Restaurant Sheraton Guangzhou Huadu Resort, Sky Villa, Northeast Shanqian Dadao, Huadu District (3695 3705) 采悦轩中餐厅, 花都区山前大道东段北 侧天湖峰境园广州花都合景喜来登度假酒店 Imperial Palace 1) 3A, Guangzhou International Trade Center, 1 Linhe Xi Lu (3878 3668); 2) Imperial Traders Hotel, 293 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong (8739 8922); 3) Asia-Pacific International Club (3829 8788) 潮皇食府, 1) 林和西路1号广州国际 贸易中心3A楼;2) 广州大道中293号外商大 酒店; 3) 五山路汇景新城广州亚太国际俱乐部

Delivery KK Rabbit Room Service Hotline: 400 720 1717 . www.kk1717.com MexGourmet (3828 9653) mexgourmet@ gmail.com Wencle (8555 3047) service@wencle. com

Pizza Aquacotta 1) 69 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu Bandao Garden, Haizhu District (3425 8159); 2) Shop 17,Clifford food court, Clifford estate, Panyu District (8471 1040) 半岛西餐酒廊, 1) 海珠区滨江 东路69号(海珠半岛花园); 2) 番禺区祈福新村 祈福食街17号店 1) 1 Tiyu Oggi Trattoria & Pizzeria Dong Lu (by Huangpu Dadao, Tianhe District (8751 5882); 2) Shop 106, The Canton Place, Qingfeng Jie, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District (3862 0357, 3862 0240); 3)Shop 119, 8 Xingsheng Lu, Tianhe District; 4) 1 Tianlun Garden, Jianshe 4 Road,Yuexiu District (8356 1196, 24 hours, www.oggirestaurant. com)卡布里西餐厅 1) 天河区体育东路1号 ( 近黄埔大道); 2) 天河区珠江新城清风街广粤 天地106 ; 3)天河区兴盛路8号119铺; 4)越秀区 建设四马路天伦花园首层(24小时) Pizza2Pizza 1) Shop 7, 41, Zhongshan Ba Lu, Liwan District (8172 4131) ; 2) Shop2, 614 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District. (3879 5995, 3879 5997) ; 3) No.5, Shop4, 304 Huanshi Zhong Lu (8351 7300 8351 7302) 爱披萨, 1) 荔湾区中山八 路41号首层7档;2) 天河区天河北路614号2号 铺;3) 环市中路304号肇庆大厦4号铺之5商铺 Pizza Q Shop 12, Dongwu Jie, Jianshe Er Malu, Yuexiu District (8388 0742) 必吃潮,越秀区建设二马路东五街12铺(近 天伦花园) Tomatoes Pizzeria 1) Guangzhou Yijian Building, No. 3 & 7 Jianshe Liu Malu, Yuexiu District (8768 6696); 2) 107 Bao Ye Yuan, Huajiu Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3804 9551); 3) G5, 11 Xingshang Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3839 9523) 1)建 设六马路3,7号广州一建大厦;2)珠江新城 华就路宝业园107号; 3)天河区珠江新城兴 盛路11号兴盛汇G5

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1920 Restaurant 1) 183 Yanjiang Zhong Lu (8333 6156); 2) 4/F, 1 Jianshe Liu Malu (8388 1142);3) Shop67, 69, 72 & 76, The Canton Place, Qingfeng Jie, Zhujiang New Town 1920咖啡厅, 1)沿江 中路183号; 2) 建设六马路一号前幢4楼;3) 天 河区珠江新城清风街48号广粤天地67、69 、72、76号铺 2 on 988 All Day Dining 2/F, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, 988 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong, Tianhe District (3883 8888 ext 3304) 全日制餐厅,广州大道中988号广 州圣丰索菲特大酒店2楼 AN-TICO Shop L 304, 3/F, TaiKoo Hui, 383 Tianhe Lu (8550 9028) 天河路383号 太古汇商场裙楼第三层L304号 Alsace Village B01&02, No.75 Tianhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District (8559 3595) 爱 塞斯法国餐厅,天河东路75号负一层 Aquacotta 1) 69 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu Bandao Garden, Haizhu District (3425 8159); 2) Shop 17,Clifford food court, Clifford estate, Panyu District (8471 1040) 半岛西餐酒廊, 1) 海珠区滨江 东路69号(海珠半岛花园); 2) 番禺区祈福新村 祈福食街17号店 Buongiorno 1) 3/F, Yi An Plaza, No 33 Jianshe Liu Ma Lu (8363 3587); 2) A7, Xinshijie Haoyuan Diyi Ju, 168 Dongcheng Nan Lu, Dongguan (0769 2339 6499) 邦奴 意大利餐厅, 1) 建设六马路宜安广场3楼;2) 东莞市东城南路168号新世界豪圆第一居A7号

El Espanol 1) Unit 222. 2/F East Plaza, World Trade Center, NO.371 Huanshi Dong Lu (8730 2610) 2) Shop112, 9 Xingsheng Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3802 9039) 1) 爱思达, 环市东路 371号世贸大厦东广场二楼222铺. 2) 天河区珠 江新城兴盛路9号112铺 Ebony 4/F, Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou, 389 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8884) 天河区天河路389号广州文华 东方酒店4楼 G 22/F, Grand Hyatt Guangzhou, 12, Zhujiang Xi Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (8396 1234-3423) 天河区珠江新 城珠江西路12号广州富力君悦大酒店22楼 Le Saint-Tropez 1 Jianshe Liu Malu (8388 0441) 紫色餐厅, 建设六马路1号 Le Grill 6/F, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, 988 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong, Tianhe District (3883 8888 ext 3344) 广州大道 中988号广州圣丰索菲特大酒店6楼 Jardin d’Olive 101, 48, Tiyu Xi Lu, Tianhe District (8750 6440) 橄榄园, 天河区体育 西路48号101 OGGI Trattoria & Pizzeria 1) 1 Tiyu Dong Lu, Tianhe District (by Huangpu DaDao) (8751 5882); 2) Shop 106, the Canton Place, Qingfeng Jie, Zhujiang New Town (3862 0357/3862 0240) 卡布 里西餐厅,1) 天河区体育东路1号 (近黄埔大 道); 2) 珠江新城清风街广粤天地106 www. oggirestaurant.com

Hui Shopping Centre, 383 Tianhe Lu (2808 6333) 宝莱纳,天河区天河路383号太 古汇广场L307

NOMO Apartment) (8382 4279) 建设六 马路青菜岗36号三木国际公寓109铺(先烈 南路时代YOU公寓后面)

Shovel & Bell Shop 10, G/F, 57 Huali Lu, Zhujiang New Town (2292 6262) 天河 区珠江新城华利路57号星辰大厦1楼10号铺 Tekila 2/F, 11 Jianshe Liu Ma Lu (83816996) 特其拉餐厅,建设六马路11号 二楼

So Spa with L’Occitane 7/F, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, 988 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong, Tianhe District (3883 8888 ext 2303) 水疗中心,广州大道中988号广州 圣丰索菲特大酒店7楼 Spa Era 1/F, Tianlun Garden, 26 Jianshe Si Malu (8360 1632). 建设四马路26号天 伦花园一层

Tomatoes Pizzeria 1) Guangzhou Yijian Building, No. 3 & 7 Jianshe Liu Malu, Yuexiu District (8768 6696); 2) G5, 11 Xingshang Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3839 9523) 1)建设六马路3,7号 广州一建大厦;2)天河区珠江新城兴盛路 11号兴盛汇G5 The Italian Restaurant 3/F, East Tower, Zhujiang Bldg., 360 Huanshi Dong Lu (8386 3840) www.xiaojiefengqing.com 小街风情,环市东路360号珠江大厦东座3楼 V Life Shop 108, 16 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe Distrct (3726 6363) 维生素, 珠江新城花城大道16号108铺

Spelland High-End SPA 1) 78 Caiyuan Dong Lu, Zhongshan Er Lu, Yuexiu District (3762 0288); 2) 4/F, South section, Central Plaza, 18 Jianshe Da Malu, Yuexiu District (8302 2718 / 8302 2728 / 3762 0988) 水玲珑会馆, 1) 越秀区中山二路菜园东 路78号; 2) 越秀区建设大马路18号中环广场南 座4楼(近广东电视台) Sunlight Tanning Studio Room 1102, Ocean Commercial Plaza, 414-416 Huanshi Dong Lu (3273 8466) 阳光古铜日晒 中心,环市东路414-416号远洋商务大厦1102 The Mandarin Spa, Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou, 389 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8879)天河区天河路389号

LIFESTYLE

Touch Spa 4/F, China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel, 122 Liuhua Lu (8666 6888 ext 3440, 3456) 颐尊水疗,流花路122号中国 大酒店四楼

Spa Angsana Spa The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (8333 8989 ext 3488) 悦椿SPA,环市东路368号花园 酒店 Ocean Palace 1/F, Star International Building, 10 Jinsui Lu, Zhujiang New Town (3829 3828) 水疗会,珠江新城金穗 路10号星汇大厦1楼 O Spa Grand Hyatt Guangzhou, 12 Zhujiang Xi Lu, Pearl River New Town, Tianhe District, (8396 1234) 天河区珠江新城珠江 西路12号广州富力君悦大酒店内 Revive Spa 3/F, Four Points by Sheraton Guangzhou, Dongpu, 1 Jingying Lu, Huicai Lu, Dongpu (3211 0626) 活水疗, 东圃汇彩路菁映路1号广州东圃合景福朋喜 来登酒店3楼 Ritz Spa & Beauty Center Hong Kong managed Spa Center specializing in facial, massage and spa treatments. Shop 109, King Peak Garden, 8 Xingsheng Lu, Zhujiang New Town(3801 9907).俪姗美容 院,珠江新城兴盛路8号汇峰苑109 商铺 Sense Only for men. Shop109, SANMU International (Small Apartment), 36 Qing Cai Gang, Jianshe Liu Malu, (Behind

The Ritz-Carlton Spa 4/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, Xing’an Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3813 6688) 丽思卡尔顿水疗中心,天河区珠江新城兴安 路3号广州富力丽思卡尔顿酒店4楼

Yu Spa Royal Tulip luxury Hotels Carat Guangzhou,388 Guangyuan Zhong Lu (3732 1789) 广州卡丽皇家金煦酒店玉spa, 广园中路388号酒店内

Yoga Art of Yoga 2, 3/F Qiao Linyuan, 59 Qiaolin Jie, Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District(3885 1977) www.youmeiyoga.com. cn 优美瑜伽,天河北路乔林街 59号乔林 苑三楼之二 Brahma Yoga www.fantianyoga.com 1) 6/F, Hai Yi Ge Bldg, 142-144, Tai Yang Plaza, Tian Run Lu, Tianhe District (3882 5855); 2) 2/F, 34, Zhongshan Er Lu (8766 7022); 3) 5/F, Attach Building, Baiyun Hotel, 367 Huanshi Dong Lu (8387 3321); 4) 2/F, 511 Binjiang Dong Lu (near side door of Zhujiang Plaza) (3432 0665) 梵天 瑜伽,1)天河北天润路太阳广场142-144号海 逸阁6楼 2)中山二路34号二楼 (地铁东山口站 C出口); 3)环市东路367号白云宾馆(附楼5楼);

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Hair & Nails 080 Hair & Spa Club 6/F & 1/F Tianlun International Hotel, 172 Linhe Zhong Lu (3886 4551/2283 5111). 080美发 美体会所,林和中路172号天伦万怡大酒店 六楼及首层 Hair Code 1) Shop G13-15, Peace World Plaza, 362-366 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District (8365 3282); 2) 54 Taojin Lu, Yuexiu District (8359 9964); 3) Shop 5A017-18, 5F, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (8550 5180); 4) Shop 36-38, L3F, Onelink Walk, 230 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3899 2155); 5) Shop 507, 5F, G.T Land Plaza, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3883 8454); 6) 3F,South District of Poly Central Plaza, 18 Jianshe Da Malu, Yuexiu Distric (8302 2068) 芭曲,1) 越秀区环市东路362-366号 好世界广场G13-15铺; 2) 越秀区淘金路54号; 3) 天河区天河路228号正佳广场5楼5A01718; 4) 天河区天河路230路万菱汇L3楼36-38 铺; 5) 天河区珠江新城高德置地广场5楼507 铺; 6) 越秀区建设大马路保利中环广场南区 3楼Hair Corner L225, 2/F, TaiKoo Hui Shopping Mall, 383 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8338) 天河路383号太古汇 商场裙楼第二层L225号铺 i salon 1)Shop 3063-3069, B1/F, Hengbao Plaza, 133 Baohua Lu, Liwan District(8124 0942) 2) 2/F, 28 Jihouxin Jie, Zhongshan San Lu, Yuexiu District(8365 3330) 3) 16 Wenming Lu, Yuexiu District(8322 6548) 4) Shop 3B06, 3/F, Jincheng Plaza, Xiuquan Dadao, Huadu District(3691 6399) 5) 2/F, Area A, Liying Plaza, 356 Xingang Zhong Lu, Haizhu District(3433 2116) 6) Shop F209, Chaolou Shopping Mall, Dashadi, Huangpu District (2230 9665) 7) 21-23 Baifulou, Fengshan Dong Lu, Daliang, Shunde District, Foshan(0757 2223 2022) 艾发 廊,1)荔湾区宝华路133号恒宝广场负一层 3063-3069铺; 2)越秀区中山三路积厚新街28 号2楼; 3)越秀区文明路16号; 4)花都区秀全 大道金城广场3楼3B06号铺; 5)海珠区新港中 路356号丽影商业广场A区2楼; 6)黄埔区大 沙地潮流商场F209; 7)顺德区大良凤山东路 百富楼21-23号 Le Salon 4/F, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (8333 8989 ext 3444) 环市东路 368号花园酒店4楼 Lk salon 1) Shop 502, 5/F, Le Perle Plaza, 367, Huanshi Dong Lu (8331 3466); 2) Shop 1,7/F,Friendship Store,369 Huanshi Dong Lu (8349 0502) 路易士·嘉玛发 廊,1) 环市东路367号丽柏广场五楼502铺; 2) 广州市环市东路369号友谊商店7楼1号铺 Magic Hair Salon 1) 6/F, the Western Guangzhou, 6 Linhe Zhong Lu,Tianhe District (2826 6769) 2) 7/F, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, 988 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong (3734 5022) 1) 明镜台,天河区林 和中路6号广州海航威斯汀酒店6楼 2) 广州大 道中988号圣丰索菲特大酒店7楼 Magic Hair Salon 201, 2/F, Central Plaza, No. 38, Huale Lu, Yuexiu District (8356 1730). 魅型发制造, 越秀区华乐路广 怡大厦2楼201(花园酒店后面) MOMO 1) Four seasons Hotel Guangzhou, 5 Zhujiang Xi Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (8883 3912); 2) The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, 3, Xing’an Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (3813 6638); 3) Hilton Guangzhou Tianhe, 215 Linhe Xi Heng Lu, Tianhe District (6683 3709); 4) The Westin Pazhou, Area C, Guangzhou International Convention & Exhibition Center, 681 Fengpu Zhong Lu, Haizhu District (8918 1060). Salon MoMo was named one of the best hair salons in China by “Coiffure magazine” in 2008 because of the outstanding friendly and

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professional service it provides. Salon MoMo now has five salons located in various 5 star hotels around the PRD. 1) 天河区珠江新城珠江西路5号广州四季酒店 内; 2) 天河区珠江新城兴安路3号广州富力丽 思卡尔顿酒店内; 3) 天河区林和西横路215号 广州天河新天希尔顿酒店内; 4) 海珠区凤浦 中路681号广州国际会议展览中心C区广州 广交会威斯汀酒店 Nail Culture 1)1/F, No.20 Tianlu Garden, Jianshe Si Malu (8356 8158); 2) Shop240, 2/F, Bercy Plaza, Sinopec Tower, Tiyu Xi Lu (3892 2206). 3) 4/F, Ritz-Carlton Guangzhou, Pearl River New City (3813 6638) 奈儿时尚美甲,1)建 设四马路天伦花园20号首层; 2)体育西路中 石化大厦柏西商都2楼240铺; 3) 珠江新城富 力丽思卡而顿酒店四楼 Nail Nail 1) G09-G10, ground floor, Peace World Plaza, 362-366 Huanshi Dong Lu (8375 2105); 2) Shop 102, 211 Tianhe Dong Lu (3880 5290). 袅袅美甲护 理中心, 1)环市东路362-366好世界广场负一 层G09-G10; 2)天河东路211号102铺 Petite Main (Nail) Shop 503B, 5/F, La Perle Plaza, 367 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District (8338 6802) 比特曼指甲v1手足 护理中心, 越秀区环市东路376号丽柏广场 五楼503B铺 SO’ O LK (Hair Salon) 1) G/F, 545 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (3425 7429); 2) Shop 13, Metro Plaza, 366 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District (3881 0898); 3) Shop 103A, World Trade Centre, 371-375 Huanshi Dong Lu, Yuexiu District (8760 6299); 4) Shop101, 712 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (8419 1022); 5) Shop101, Fuli Edinburgh Apartment, 2 Huali Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District(3826 3718); 6) Shop 15 2/F, Chateau Star River Hotel, Yingbin Lu, Panyu District(3479 0641); 7) Shop8182, G/F, New City Plaza, Olympic Garden, Luoxi New Town, Panyu District(3452 1826); 8) Shop 21, Agile Phase II, Fenghuang Bei Lu, Huadu District(3692 8686); 9) Shop A32-A33, Mingmenhaoyuan, Daliang Dong Lu, Shunde District, Foshan (0757 2228 9733) 苏豪路易士● 嘉玛发廊,1) 海珠区滨江东路545号首层; 2) 天河区天河北路366号都市华庭13铺; 3)越秀 区环市东路371-375号世界贸易中心首层103A; 4) 海珠区滨江东路712号101铺; 5)天河区珠江 新城华利路2号富力爱丁堡公寓101铺; 6) 番禺 区迎宾路星河湾酒店2楼15号铺; 7) 番禺区洛 溪新城奥园城市花园首层81-82号铺; 8)花都区 凤凰北路雅居乐二期21号铺; 9) 佛山市顺德区 大良东乐路名门豪苑A32-A33号铺 SO HIP (Hair Salon) Shop 3, 3/F, 230 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (8305 9477) 天河区天河路230号万菱汇3楼3铺 So Spa Champagne Nail Bar 7/F, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, 988 Guangzhou Dadao Zhong, Tianhe District (3883 8888 ext 2303) 香槟美甲吧,广州大道中988号广 州圣丰索菲特大酒店7楼

Toni&Guy 1) G/F, 75 Tianhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District (English: 8754 2116, Chinese: 8754 2113); 2) M05, B1, Peace World Plaza, 362 Huanshi Dong Lu, Tianhe District (English: 8388 9987, Chinese: 8388 9916) 1) 天河东路75号首层; 2) 环市东 路362号好世界广场负一层

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酒美食,天河东路信诚南街9号103 Carrefour 1) 2-3F Wanguo Plaza, 40, Qianjin Lu (8426 2633); 2) Kangwang Zhong Lu, Liwan District(8133 7854) 3) Blossom Plaza, No. 1339 Jichang Lu, Baiyun District (3663 7188);4) 3 Henglong Jie, Yuancun, Tianhe District (8564 8472); 5) Jiaxin Commercial Center, 76-80 Gongye Dadao, Haizhu District (8961 1250). 家乐福,1)前进路40 号万国 广场2-3 楼; 2) 荔湾区康王中路600号; 3)白云区 机场路1339 号百信广场; 4)天河区员村恒隆街 3 号; 5)海珠区工业大道76-80号家信商业中心 Corner’s Deli 1) 10, Unit SC-01, Back Street BM, Citic Plaza 233, TianHe Bei Lu (3877 1400); 2) No.60-62, The Canton Place, Qingfeng Jie, Zhujiang New Town (Opposite The Springfied Kindergarten Inside The Business Circle) (3833 9755); 3) 1/F, No.43, Qiaoyi Yi Jie, Tianhe Bei Lu (3881 3919); 4) Golden Lake Garden, Sha Tai Highway, Tonghe Town (8704 4499); 5) 64, Favorview Palace, Wushan, Huijing South Road Tianhe District (3862 7433) 每一角落, 1)天河北路233号中信广场BM 后街SC-01单位10号铺; 2) 珠江新城清风街广 粤天地60-62号铺(春田幼儿园对面内商圈); 3) 天河北路侨怡苑侨怡一街43号首层; 4) 同和 镇金宝岗沙太公路6公里处右侧(金湖花园 内); 5) 天河区五山路汇景新城汇景南路64号 D. Store 1) G/F, Section 8, Golden Arch, Ersha Island (8735 3483); 2) G/2B, The Lakefront, 828 Tonghe Lu (3725 8522) 1)二沙岛金亚花园8 栋首层; 2)同和路828 号 山水庭苑B 栋负2 层 Fresh 1/F, China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel, 122 Liuhua Lu (8666 6888 ext 2106) 流花路122号中国大酒店一楼 GZ Grocery Co. Ltd Online Grocery shopping&delivery (3807 5191) www.gzgrocery.com Metro 1) 351 Huangpu Dadao Zhong, Tianhe District (8393 8888); 2)1/F, Juran Plaza, NO.1518, Jichang Lu, Baiyun Dist. (6283 7600) 麦德龙,1) 黄埔大道中 351 号; 2) 白云区机场路1518号聚然广场首层 HAYAT Food Store Shop 4, Zhaoqing Building, 304 Huanshi Zhong Lu (8363 1089) 环市中路304号肇庆大厦4号铺 Jusco Basement of TeeMall, 208 Tianhe Lu (8559 2238), daily 10am-10pm; 吉之 岛,天河路208 号天河城广场地库 Oliver Supermarket 1)Main Store, No.2 ,1/F, Clifford Mansion, Mingyue Yi Lu (8735 9202); 2)Castle Hill Branch, 1 Castle Hill Broadway, Jiahe, Baiyun District (8618 8239); 3) 1/F, Holiday Club, Clifford Hotel, Clifford Estates (8471 4755); 4) New World Branch (Dongguan), RmB, 1/F, 16 Dongcheng Dong Lu, New world Garden, Dongcheng District, Dongguan (0769 2245 6005) www.oliver-foods.com 奥利华进口食品超市,1) 明月一路祈福华夏 1层2号; 2)白云区嘉禾白云堡豪苑会所; 3) 番禺 祈福新村酒店渡假俱乐部一楼; 4)东莞市东城 区新世界花园东城东路16号1楼B室 Organic Times Unit 1102-03, 11/F, Tower West, Yuexiu Neo-Metroplis, 238 Zhongshan liu Lu (8104 9698 ) 有机时 代,越秀区中山六路238 号越秀新都汇大厦 西座11C02-03 室 www.organictimes.hk ParkNShop 1) F1-3, Jintian Square, 559-565 Tianhe Bei Lu, Tianhe District; 2)228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District; 3) F1-4, Fujing Garden, 68 Xingang Xi Lu, Haizhu District; 4) B1 , GrandBuy Sunny Mall , 2 Baoye Lu, Baogang Dadao , Haizhu District; 5) F1, Hengbao Plaza , Changshou Lu / Baohua Lu, Liwan District 百佳,1) 天河区天河北路559-565号金田花苑一至三楼; 2)天河区天河路228号正佳广场; 3)海珠区新港 西路68号富景花园一至四层; 4)海珠区宝岗大 道宝业路2号新一城广场地下负一层; 5)荔湾 区宝华路133号恒宝广场二层PNS City B1,

LIT Department Store, 621-625 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District. 天河路621-625号天 河娱乐广场负一层 PNS International Shop 107, B1, 74 Huijing Bei Lu, Favorview Palace, Tianhe District (3802 8457) 天河区汇景新城汇景 北路74号C2负一层107号铺; Tesco 1) B1 Jiarun Plaza, 1419 Guangzhou Dadao Bei, Baiyun District (8727 0188); 2) B1-F4, No.281 Zhongshan Liu Lu (exit at Xi Men Kou metro station), Yuexiu District (2289 7088) 乐购,1)白 云区广州大道北1419 号佳润广场负一层; 2)越 秀区中山六路281-287号地下一层至地上四层 (西门口地铁站) Super Steak 1) Shop 4A-5A, 1/F, Hai An New Market, #18 Hai An Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (400 8839 903); 2) Shop H07-H08, 3/F, Poly Whisper Garden Guo Liu Bao Market, # 9 Xing Sheng Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (400 8839 903) 3) Shop A12, Dongshan Market, 2 Guigang Da Malu, Yuexiu District (near to Dongshan Department Store) (400 8839 903); 4) Shop25, Dongchuan Market, 1/F, 92 Dongchuan Lu, Yuexiu District (400 8839 903); 5) Shop55, Clifford Market, Clifford Estates, Panyu District (400 8839 903); 6) ShopJ5, 2/F, Yayuan New Market, 122 Binjiang Dong Lu, Haizhu District (400 8839 903) 盛 宴, 1) 天河区珠江新城海安路18号一楼海安 新市场4A-5A铺; 2)天河区珠江新城兴盛路9 号保利心语花园国六宝市场三楼H07-H08铺 3) 越秀区龟岗大马路2号东山肉菜市场A12 铺 (东山百货大楼附近); 4) 越秀区东川路92 号首层东川市场25铺; 5) 番禺祈福新村祈福 肉菜市场55号铺; 6)海珠区滨江东路122号二 层雅苑新街市J5铺 The Italian Corner 3/F, East Tower, Pearl River Building, 360 Huan Shi Dong Lu (8376 6209,8386 3840).环市东路360号, 珠江大厦东座3楼 Wencle (8555 3047) service@wencle. com

Kids Items H&M 1) 1/F & Basement, G.T. LAND Plaza, 85 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang New Town (3883 8077); 2) Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3833 1729); 3) Shop107&276, 315 Fude Lu, Panyu District (3112 1981) 1) 珠江新城 花城大道85,87号高德置地广场; 2) 天河区天河 路228号正佳广场; 3)番禺市桥南区福德路 315号奥园广场107&276单元

Me & City Kids 1) 5/F, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District; 2) Shop217-220, 2/F, Wanda Plaza, 505 Yuncheng Dong Lu, Baiyun District 1) 天 河路228号广州正佳广场五楼; 2) 白云区云 城东路505号万达广场室内步行街二层217 、218、219、220 New Balance Kids 1) Shop572, 5/F, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District; 2) Shop10, B2, G.T. LAND Plaza, 85 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang New Town 1) 天河区天河路228号正佳广 场五楼儿童城572铺; 2) 珠江新城花城大道 85、87号高德置地广场负2层10号铺(吉之 岛门口位置) Purecotton 1) Shop5B048-50, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3833 1895); 2) Shop170, G/F, 133 Baohua Lu, Liwan District (8148 0725); 3) Shop1049, B1, 63 Linhe Zhong Lu, Tianhe District (3809 6402); 4) T404, Jusco, Central Plaza, 332 Huanshi Dong Lu (8303 6047) 全棉时代, 1) 天河区天河 路228号正佳广场5B048-50号商铺; 2) 荔湾区 宝华路133号(恒宝广场)第首层170号商 铺; 3) 天河区林和中路63号东方宝泰购物广 场B1层1049号商铺; 4) 环市东路332号中环广


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Toys R us 5/F, Grandview Mall, 228 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District 玩具反斗城, 天河区天河路228号正佳购物广场5楼(近体 育中心)

Cuba Rm 2411, West Tower, Huapu Plaza, 13 Huaming Lu, Zhujiang New Town (Tel: 2238 2603, 2238 2604; fax: 2238 2605) 珠江新城华明路13号华普广 场西塔2411

UNIQLO 1) B1, Taikoo Hui, 383 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (3808 8420); 1/F, 312 Beijing Lu, Yuexiu District (8331 0970); 3) 1/F - 2/F, Section Three, San Mall, 1423-1455 Jichang Lu, Baiyun District (3660 5860); 4) 1/F - 2/F, G.T. LAND Plaza, 85 Huacheng Dadao, Zhujiang New Town (8245 2475); 5) Shop1025, Basement, 63 Linhe Zhong Lu, Tianhe District (3809 6106); 6) 1/F - 2/F, GrandBuy SunnyMall, 498 Baogang Dadao, Haizhu District (3437 1637) 优衣库, 1) 天河区天河路383号太古汇商场B1; 2) 越秀区 北京路312号动感叁贰捌商场1F(地铁1号线 公园前站F出口); 3)白云区机场路1423-1455 号百信广场三期1F-2F; 4) 珠江新城花城大 道85,87号高德置地广场1F-2F(地铁3/5号线 珠江新城站高德置地广场出口(麦当劳方 向); 5)天河区林和中路63号地下一层1025 号商铺; 6) 海珠区宝岗大道498号广百新一城 购物中心 1F-2F

Consulates in Guangzhou Australia 12/F, Zhujiang New City, Development Centre, 3 Linjiang Lu (Tel: 3814 0111; fax: 3814 0112) www.guangzhou. china.embassy.gov.au 澳大利亚领事馆, 临江路3号珠江新城发展中心12楼 Belgium Rm 1602A, Office Tower, Citic Plaza, 233, Tianhe Bei Lu (Tel: 3877 2351; fax: 3877 2353) 比利时领事馆,天 河北路233号中信广场1601-1602A 室 Cambodia Rm 802, Garden Hotel (Tower), Huangshi Dong Lu (Tel: 8333 8999 - 805; fax: 8365 2361) 柬埔寨领事馆,环 市东路花园酒店大楼808 室 Canada 801, China Hotel Office Tower,Liu Hua Lu (Tel: 8611 6100, fax: 8667 2401)

Denmark Rm 1578, China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel, 122 Liuhua Lu (Tel: 8666 0795; fax: 8667 0315) 丹麦领事馆,流花 路122号中国大酒店写字楼1578室 Ecuador Room 908, R&F Building, 10 Huaxia Lu, Zhujiang New Town (Tel: 3892 7650; fax: 3892 7550) 厄瓜多尔共和国 驻广州领事馆,珠江新城华夏路10号富力 中心908 室 France Rm 810, 8/F, Main Tower, Guangdong Int’l Hotel, 339 Huanshi Dong Lu (2829 2000) www.consulfrance-canton. org/法国领事馆,环市东路339号广东国际 大酒店主楼810室 Germany 14/F Teem Tower, 208 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (Tel: 8313 0000; Fax: 8516 8133) www.kanton.diplo.de德 国领事馆,天河路208号粤海天河城大厦14楼 Greece Rm 2105, HNA Building, 8 Linhe Zhong Lu (Tel: 8550 1114; Fax: 8550 1450; grgencon.guan@mfa.gr) 希腊领事 馆, 林和中路8号海航大厦2105室 India Rm 1114, 11/F, Middle Tower, Times Square, 28 Tianhe Bei Lu (3891 0601) 印度领事馆,天河北路28号时代广场 中塔11楼1114室 I n d o n e s i a R m 1 2 0 1 - 1 2 2 3 , 2 / F, West Building, Dong Fang Hotel, 120 Liuhua Lu (Tel: 8601 8772; Fax 8601 8773; kjrigz@public.guangzhou.gd.cn) 印度尼西亚领事馆,流花 路120号东方宾馆西座2楼1201-1223室 Israel 19/F, Development Center, 3 Linjiang Dadao, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District (8513 0509) 以色列 领事馆,天河区珠江新城临江大道3号

发展中心19楼. Guangzhou.mfa.gov.il Italy Rm 1403, International Finance Place (IFP), 8, Huaxia Lu, Zhujiang New Town (Tel: 3839 6225; Fax: 8550 6370) 意大利领事馆,珠江新城华夏路8号合景国际 金融广场14楼1403室 Japan 1/F, East Tower, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (Tel: 8334 3009; Fax: 8333 8972) www.guangzhou.cn.embjapan.go.jp日本领事馆,环市东路368号花 园酒店东塔1楼 Korea (Republic) 18/F, West Tower, Int’l Trade Centre, Tiyu Dong Lu (Tel: 3887 0555; fax 3887 0923; Guangzhou@ mofat.go.kr) 韩国领事馆,体育东路羊城 国际商贸中心西塔18楼 Kuwait 10A-10D, Nanyazhonghe Plaza, 57 Lingjiang Dadao, Zhujiang New Town (Tel: 3807 8070; Fax: 3807 8007). 科威 特国总领事馆,珠江新城临江大道57号南雅 中和广场10A-10D Malaysia Rm 1915-1918, 19/F, CITIC Plaza, 233 Tianhe Bei Lu ((Tel: 3877 0765; Fax: 3877 2320) 马来西亚领事 馆,天河北路233号中信广场19楼1915-1918室

Mexico Rm2001, Teem Tower, 208 Tianhe Bei Lu (Tel: 2208 1540; Fax: 2208 1539) 墨西哥领事馆,天河路208号粤海天 河城大厦20楼01单元 Netherlands 34/F, Teem Tower, 208 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe Bei Lu (Tel: 3813 2200; Fax: 3813 2299) www.hollandinchina.org 荷兰领事馆,天河路208号粤 海天河城大厦34楼 New Zealand Rm C1055, Office Tower, China Hotel, A Marriott Hotel, 122 Liuhua Lu (Tel: 8667 0253; Fax: 8666 6420; Guangzhou@nzte.govt.nz) www.nzte. govt.nz 新西兰领事馆,流花路122号中国 大酒店商业大厦1055 室

3811 3199) 挪威领事馆,天河北路233号 中信广场180室 Philippines Rm 706-712 Guangdong Int’l Hotel, 339 Huanshi Dong Lu (Tel: 8331 1461; Fax: 8333 0573) www.guangzhoupcg.org 菲律宾领事馆,环市东路339号 广东国际大酒店主楼706-712室 Poland 63 Shamian Da Jie (Tel: 8121 9993; Fax: 8121 9995) 波兰领事馆,沙 面大街63号 Singapore Unit 2418, CITIC Plaza, 233 Tianhe Bei Lu (Tel: 3891 2345) 新加坡领 事馆,天河北路233中信广场2418室 Spain Rm 501/507/508 5/F, R&F Center, 10 Huaxia Lu, Pearl River New City (Tel: 3892 7185 / 3892 8909; Fax: 3892 7197). www.maec.es/consulados/canton 西班牙驻广州总领事馆,珠江新城华夏路10 号富力中心5楼501/507/508室 Switzerland 27/F, Grand Tower, 228, Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District (Tel: 3833 0450; Fax: 3833 0453) www.eda.admin. ch/gz 瑞士领事馆,天河区天河路228号广 晟大厦27楼 Thailand Rm M07, 2/F, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu (Tel: 8385 8988; Fax: 8388 9567) 泰国领事馆,环市东路368 号花园酒店2楼M07室 The Russian Federation 26/A, Development Centre, 3 Linjiang Dadao, Zhujiang New Town (Tel: 8518 5001; Fax: 8518 5099 (office) / 8518 5088(visa s e c t i o n ) ) 俄罗斯联邦驻广州总领事 馆, 珠江新城临江大道3号发展中心2 6 / A United States 1 Shamian Nan Jie (Tel: 8121 8000; Fax: 8121 9001) http:// guangzhou-ch.usembassy-china.org. cn/  美国领事馆,沙面南街1号 Vietnam 2/F, Hua Xia Hotel, Haizhou Square, Qiaoguang Lu (Tel: 8330 5911; Fax: 8330 5915) 越南领事馆,侨光路华沙 大酒店B座2楼北部

Norway Suite 1802, CITIC Plaza, 233 Tianhe Bei Lu (Tel: 3811 3188; Fax:

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Xinzhou Nan Lu, Futian District (2381 0600). www.st-lorraine.edu.hk/zhenchun 1) 罗湖区莲塘罗沙东路桐景花园2) 福田区新 洲南路金地海景花园 Mensa Kindergarten, No.13, Xin Housha Lu, Yongkou Cun, Houjie Town, Dongguan( 0769-8152 5999; 8290 1900; 8290 1919, Fax:0769-5152 5222). 菁华园幼 儿园,东莞市厚街镇涌口村新厚沙路13号

International Schools

EDUCATION Early Childhood Education

American International School, No. 82,Gongyuan Lu, Shekou,Nanshan District(8619 4750) 南山区蛇口公园路82号青 少年活动中心

up, 307 a/b/c, 3d Floor, Donghai City Plaza, North of Hongli, West RD, Futian(8339 0166;8339 0266) www.upchildren.com福田区香蜜湖红荔西路东海城市广 场三楼307A/B/C

Buena Vista Concordia International School (BCIS), GuangShen Highway, Bao’an exit, XiCheng, Bao’an Disctrict. info@bcis.net.cn; BCIS.net.cn; (2823 8166). 曦城协同国际学校,宝安区广深高 速公路宝安出口

Kindergartens

Funful Shenzhen Bilingual School, Inside Goldfield Seaview Garden, 21 Xinzhou Nan Lu, Futian District (2381 083) www.funful.com.cn方方乐趣中英 文学校 福田区新洲南路金地海景花园金地 十路21号

St. Lorraine Chinese-English Kindergarten, 1) Tong Jing Garden, Luosha Dong Lu, Liantang, Luohu District (2582 4450). 2) Gemdale Haijing Garden,

Green Oasis School, Next to Green Oasis Garden, Tianmian Lu, No. 4030 Shennan Zhong Lu, Futian District (8399 6712). admission@greenoasis. org.cn www.greenoasis.org.cn 福田区深 南中路4030号田面路口城市绿洲花园

校国际部,深圳市南山区白石三道29号 Shenzhen American International School Shekou Youth Center Building B.C, NO.82, Gongyuan Rd, Nanshan District, Shenzhen (Tel:8619 4750) 中国深圳市南山区 公园路82号蛇口青少年活动中心BC座 518067

International School of Nanshan Shenzhen, 166 Nanguang Lu, Nanshan District (2666 1000/2606 6968). www. isnsz.com admission@isnsz,com南山区 南光路166号

Shekou International School, Jingshan Villas, Gongye Er Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2669 3669). www.sis.org.cn 南 山区蛇口工业二路鲸山别墅内

Peninsula Montessori Kindergarten, t h e Pe n i n s u l a O n e , J i n s h i j i L u , Shekou, Nanshan District (2685 1 2 6 6 ) 半岛城邦国际幼儿园 南山区蛇 口东角头金世纪路1号半岛城邦一期

Shenzhen (Nanshan) Concord College of Sino-Canada, No.166 Nan’guang Lu, Nanshan District (2656 8886). www.ccsc. com.cn南山区南光路166号

Quality Schools International Shekou, 1/F, Bitao Building, No. 8 Taizi Lu, Shekou District (2667 6031). http://shk.qsi.org 蛇口太子路8号碧涛中心1楼

Shenzhen Oriental English College, Bao’an Education City, No.10 Xuezi Lu, National Highway 107 (Bao’an Airport North) Bao’an District (2751 6669). http://szoec.baoan.net.cn/ 宝安区学子 路10号107国道宝安教育城(宝安国际机场北)

Quality Schools International Nanshan ,A1, TCL Science Park, No. 1001 Zhong -shan Yuan Lu, Nanshan District (8371 7108)中山园路1001号TCL 科学园区A1栋

Shenzhen Futian Tairan School Shenzhen Futian Tairan School Tairan Square, XiaSha, Futian District, Shenzhen (3336 0102) 深圳福田泰然小学 深圳福田区下沙 泰然广场

Shen Wai International School No. 29, Baishi 3rd Road, Nanshan, Shenzhen (8654 1225), www.swis.cn 深圳外国语学

Oxstand International School, No.2040, Buxin Lu, Luohu District (2581 3954/138 2355 1821/135 1006 5811). eva@oxstand.com.cn 深圳奥斯翰外语学校,罗湖

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Extracurricular Shenzhen Soccer Schools, Spor ts Training Services for Kids in Futian and Shekou with Qualified English Speaking Coaches. No.602 Haibin Garden, Xinhua Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2669 0765,13823112524). cathy@shenzhensoccerschools. com; www.shenzhensoccerschools. c o m . 蛇口兴华路海滨花园海虹阁602 Soccer Rangers™ International Youth Football Grassroots football training for kids 4 to 15 yrs. The perfect base for children to experience the joys and benefits of playing football. We follow the England FA coaching methodology, emphasizing small sided games and player centered learning. Weekday and weekend sessions delivered by FA qualified coaches. Shenzhen city, Nanshan district, OCTLOFT, Mei lin Building E4, 5th floor, Room 509. www.soccerrangers. com,+8613554859065, tom.oconnor@soccerrangers.com 深圳市南山区华侨城创意园美林 大厦E4栋509

Language Centers

Chinese, Business Chinese, HSK course, Short-term Chinese, Kids’ hinese. English and Japanese. Tutoring, Cantonese,Corporate Training. Cultural courses: Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Paintings, YOGA,Erhu. E-mail:study@classic-mandarin.com www.classic-mandarin.com 1)Room 11F Seaview Plaza, No.18 Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 6112). 2) Rm 601, Unit 1, Building 4, Guanhaitai Garden, Wenxin Wu Lu, Nanshan District(8605 2515). 3) Room22B, Building C2, Galaxy International Park and Apartment, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (8344 6661). 4) Room 903, Block C, Mingzhu Square, Changqing Lu, Chang’an Town, Dongguan (0769-8158 5950). 1)南山区蛇口太子路18 号海景广场11F室 2) 南山区海岸城文心五 路观海台花园4栋1单元601室 3)福田区福 华三路星河国际C2栋8B室 4)东莞长安镇长 青路明珠广场C栋903

Building, Nanhai DaDao, Nanshan District (8213 1198). 4) 2/F Bitao Yuan (opposites Bitao Football Field), Taizi Lu, Nanshan District (8213 1198). www. top917.cn 1) 罗湖区桂园路46号桂花大厦2楼 (原碧桂园派出所对面) 2) 南山区南海大道 荟芳园商业区(深圳大学西门对面) 3) 南山 区南海大道鸿隆大厦2楼 4) 南山区太子路碧涛 苑2楼(碧涛球场对面)

La Seine French Training Center, Room 1109, Honggui Building, 2068 Honggui Lu, Luohu District (2586 5656). www. laseine.com.cn 罗湖区红桂路2068号红桂大 厦10楼1109 室

Ming Lun Clinic, 1/F Dong Jia Bldg (adjoins Panglin Hotel), Jiabin Lu, Luohu District (2518 5502). 罗湖区嘉宾路东佳 大厦1楼(彭年酒店附楼)

Union Mandarin, 2A Bibo Building, Haibin Garden, Xinghua Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 4090). 南山区蛇口兴华路 海滨花园碧波阁2A

Classic Mandarin, 1) Room 11F Seaview Plaza, No.18 Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 6112). 2) Rm 601, Unit 1, Building 4, Guanhaitai Garden, Wenxin Wu Lu, Nanshan District(8605 2515). 3) Room22B, Building C2, Galaxy International Park and Apartment, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (8344 6661). 4) Room 903, Block C, Mingzhu Square, Changqing Lu, Chang'an Town, Dongguan (07698158 5950). www.classic-mandarin.com 1)南山区蛇口太子路18号海景广场11F室2 ) 南山区海岸城文心五路观海台花园4栋1单 元601室 3)福田区福华三路星河国际C2栋 8B室 4)东莞长安镇长青路明珠广场C栋903

Sinomatin Immersion Chinese, Suite 301, Block A, Seaview Garden, Seaworld, Shekou, Nanshan District. 希诺麦田沉 浸式汉语,深圳市蛇口海上世界海滨花园 A栋301室

Hanbridge Mandarin, 1) Room 103, Block D, Meijia Plaza, Qiaocheng Xi Jie, Nanshan District. 2) 16B, Seaview Plaza, Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (400 600 2202). www.hanbridgemandarin.com 1) 南山区侨城西街美加广场D栋103 室 2)南山 区蛇口太子路海景广场16B

TLI 1209A, Building C, Ming Wah International Convention Center, Seaworld, Shekou, Nanshan District.南山区 蛇口海上世界明华国际会议中心C座1209A Tel: 0755- 21618221 www.tli.com.tw

I Mandarin, 1) 1F, West Wing, Xincheng Building, 1027 Shennan Dadao, Futian District (2598 7982). 2) Rm 8, 2/F, Youran Ju, Liuzhou Zhiye Center, Nanhai Dadao, Shekou, Nanshan District (2682 8811). 3) Rm1706, Main building of Golden Central Tower, No.3037,Jintian Lu, Futian District(15811815474). 爱玛德, 1)福田区 深南中路1027号新城大厦西座1F 2) 南山区蛇 口南海大道和工业八路交汇处六洲置业中心 悠然居2楼 3)福田区金田路3037号金中环商 务大厦主楼1706 Linda Lee Interactive Chinese, No.12 Bihua Lu, Bitaoyuan Villa, Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2686 2019). www. lindalee.com.cn 南山区蛇口太子路碧涛苑 别墅碧桦路12号 Jiahua Language School, Unit3106B, Modern International Building, Fuhua Lu, Futian District (2396 0365 / 2396 0363). 2) 12/F, Block B, New Energy Building, No. 2239 Nanhai Dadao, Nanshan District. www.jiahuaschool.com 1)福田区 福华路现代国际大厦31层3106B 2)南山区南 海大道2239号新能源大厦B座12楼 New Concept Mandarin, 3/F, Bitao Center, 8 Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 3577) www.newconceptmandarin. com 南山区蛇口太子路8号碧涛中心3楼

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HT Chinese School 1) Rm 2302, Modern International Building, No. 3038 Jintian Lu, Futian District (136 3290 9630). 2) Rm 17C, Profusion Holiday E, Nan Guang Lu, Nanshan District (3663 0235) www. ht-1.cn. 1)福田区金田路3038号現代国際大 厦2302室 2)南山区南光路缤纷假日E栋17C室

HEALTH Dental Viva Dental, 1) Room 1118, Block A, International Chamber of Commerce Building, Fuhua Yi Lu, Futian District (8205 6515, Fax: 8205 6516). 2) L2/F, Galaxy Center Shopping Mall, No.5, Zhongxin Lu, Futian District (2361 8563; 2361 8565). 1)福田 区福华一路深圳国际商会大厦A座1118室 2) 福田区中心五路星河发展中心购物广场L2层 Meng En Dental, R1809, F18, Golden Central Tower, Jintian Lu, Futian District(3322 8038;3322 8278). www.mengendental.com福田区金田路金中环商务 大厦1809室 Arrail Dental, Unit 2, G3&G4/ F, Di Wang Commercial Center, Shun Hing Square, 5002 Shennan, Dong Lu, Luohu District (2583 5608). www.arrail-dental.com 罗湖 区深南东路5002号信兴广场地王大厦G3&G4 层2单元 A-Top Dental, 1) 2/F Guihua Building, 46 Guiyuan Lu, Luohu District (8213 1198). 2) Shopping arcade (opposites the west gate of Shenzhen University), Hui Fang Yuan Garden, Nanhai DaDao, Nanshan District (8213 1198). 3) 2/F Honglong

H&J Dental Clinic, Room 1105-1106, Block B, Pavilion Hotel, Huaqiang Bei Lu, Futian District (8207 5220). www. huijieck.cn 福田区华强北路圣廷苑酒店B座 1105-1106 室 Hua Mei Dental, 6/F, Baoli Building, Intersection of Nanhai DaDao and Chuangye Lu, Nanshan District (2642 9141, 2642 9142). 南山区南海大道与创业路交汇处保 利大厦6楼606室

Shenzhen Shiromoto Dental Clinic, 2/F, Peng Ai Hospital, 1122 Nanshan Da Dao, Nanshan District (8622 4459; Japanese hotline: 13662206000). Daily 8.30am10pm. www.sdc-shenzhen.com 南山区南 山大道1122号鹏爱医疗美容医院2楼 Reborn Dental Implant Center, Room 801, New World Center, No.6009,Yitian Lu, Futian District(2398 2858). reborndetal@hotmail.com http://www.reborndetal.com/en U-Dental Clinic, Unit B, 24/F, Jin Run Mansion, 6019 Shennan Dadao, Chegongmiao, Futian District (8280 0366, 8280 0399). 福田区车公庙深南路6019号金润大 厦24层B单位 Dental Bauhinia, 9/F, Block B, Shenzhen International Chamber of Commerce Tower,138 Fuhua Yi Lu, Futian District (8371 1696, 8371 2696). http://www. dentalbauhinia.com 紫荆齿科,福田区福 华一路138号国际商会大厦B座9层 U - Fa m i l y D e n t a l , N o . 1 0 9 S h o p ping Street, Xihai Mingzhu Garden, Taoyuan Lu, Nanshan District (8625 0573). www.ufamilydental.cn 南山区 桃园路1号西海明珠花园地面商业109号

San Lu, Futian District (8347 9801). 3) Coastal City Pediatric Clinic, Room 1012, Coastal City West Building, Haide San Lu, Nanshan District (2167 7955) 4) 5B, 5/F, Wan Rong A Building, crossing between Nanhai Da Dao and Industry 4th Road A, Nanshan District 5) 5C, 5/F, Wan Rong A Building, crossing between Nanhai Da Dao and Industry 4th Road A, Nanshan District 6) G4/F, 5200 Shen Nan Dong Lu, Luo Hu District 7) Tianhe Medical Center, Unit 1205-1207, Fu Li Ying Kai Building, Hua xia Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 卓正医疗 1)南山区南海大道和工业四路交 汇处万融大厦A座5层2)福田区福华三路168 号国际商会中心裙楼0219单元3)南山区海 德三道海岸城西座写字楼1012室 4)南山区南 海大道和工业四路交汇处万融大厦A座5层5B 室 5)南山区南海大道和工业四路交汇处万 融大厦A座5层5C室 6)罗湖区深南东路5002 号地王商业中心商业大楼北翼G4c层 7)广州 市天河区华夏路富力盈凯大厦1205-1207单元 Far-east Women &Children Hospital 5/F, No. 2097, Shennan Dong Lu, Luo Hu District, ( 8261 3384) en.woman91.com/ 深圳市罗湖区深南东路2097号五楼 Home Women& the Children’s hospital, No.12018 Shennan DaDao, Nanshan District (3391 9122). 南山区深南大道12018号 Shenzhen VISTA-SK Medical Center Lvl 4, Bldg 4C, Shenzhen Software Industry Base, Xuefu Rd, Nanshan District SHENZHEN 518054 深圳市南山区学府路软件产 业基地4栋C座裙楼4层 (3689 9833) Shenzhen Puji Clinic, 1-4/F, Phase 2, Huibin Plaza, Dongbin Lu, Nanshan District (2649 1709, 2649 1333, 8603 9111). 南山区东滨路汇滨广场二期裙楼1-4层 S h e n z h e n Wu Z h o u I n t e r n at i o n a l Clinic, 3/F Block B, Wu Zhou Chinese And Western Union Medical Hospital (7 Kehua Lu), Keyuan Bei Lu, Science And Technology Park, Nanshan District (2671 9191). 南山科技园科园北路 深圳五洲中西医结合机缘科华路7号B座3F Shenzhen Renji International Clinic, 3/F, No.6 Tianxia Tongjian Building, Nanxin Lu, Nanshan District (2607 9966;2649 3191). 仁济诊所,南山区南新路 田厦统建楼6栋3楼 The Hong Kong University-Shenzhen Hospital International Medical Center, Haiyuan Yi Lu, Futian District, (8691 3388) www.hku-szh.org 香港大学深圳医 院 福田区海园一路 (白石路与侨城东路交汇)

Health Services Chiho Medical Centre, Unit 203, Block B, International Chamber of Commerce Building, Fu Hua Yi Lu, Futian District (8830 1498; 8830 1468; 8830 1499). kokusaiclinic@tpmmedical.com 福田区 福华一路国际商会大厦B座203单元 CanAm International Medical Center Shenzhen, E0119, Fraser Place, No.1033 Nanhai DaDao, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 7106). 南山区蛇口南海大道1033号泰 格国际公寓E0119 Dayabindu International Counseling & Psychology Services, A1311, 13/F, Golden Central Tower, Fuhua Lu, Futian District (139 2376 1230). Individual & marriage counseling, psychotherapy, and trainings in English, Spanish & Putonghua(with interpreter). www.dayabindu.com 福田 区福华路金中环国际商务大厦13楼A1311 Distinct Clinic, 1)Shenzhen Shekou MedicalCenter, 5/F, Tower A, Wanrong Building, Gongye Si Lu, Nanshan Distinct,( 8666 4776) 2)Shenzhen Exhibition Center Clinic, Room 0219, International Chamber of Commerce Building, Fuhua

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Kids Entertainment Happy Valley, Overseas Chinese Town, Nanshan District (2694 9184; 2694 9190). 欢乐谷,南山区华侨城 Window of the World, No.9037 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (2660 8000).世界之窗,南山区深南大道9037号 Splendid China & Chinese Folk Culture Village, No.9003 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (2660 0626). 锦绣中华·民 俗村,南山区深南大道9012号 Safari Park Shenzhen, No. 4065 Xili Hu Lu, Nanshan Distirct (2662 2888). 深圳野 生动物园,南山区西丽湖路4065号 Evergreen Resort, No. 1 Qingqing Jie, Moon Bay, Nanshan District (2664 6988).


青青世界,南山区月亮湾青青街1号 Shenzhen Garden and Flower Exposition Center, No.8002 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (8282 9075). 深圳国际园林 花卉博览园,南山区深南大道8002号 Mangrove National Park, Binhe Dadao, Futian District. 红树林海滨生态公园,福 田区滨河大道 OCT Harbour (Water Show Theater, My Rules World), No.8 Baishi Dong Lu, Nanshan District (2690 1666). 欢乐海岸,南 山区白石路东8号

RESTAURANTS Bakery/Dessert Backstube, Shop 24-2, Coastal Rose Garden, Wanghai Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2681 0468). 德国面包坊,南山 区望海路南海玫瑰花园24-2商铺 Baguette & Compagnie, Shop Middle 124, Sea Taste, Gongyuan Nan Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2689 3283). 巴 吉特,南山区蛇口公园南路海韵嘉园裙楼 中124号 Chez Clement, Shop 110-1, phase I, Coastal Rose Garden, No.1093-6 Wanghai Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District. (2160 0880) 7am to 7pm. 南山区蛇口望海路 10963-6号南海玫瑰园一期商铺110-1

OCT, No.9009 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District. 广场咖啡厅,深南大道9009号华侨 城深圳华侨城洲际大酒店 Seasons, 2/F, Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen, Haide San Dao, Houhaibin Lu, Nanshan District (8888 8888). 四季西餐厅,南山区 后海滨路海德三道凯宾斯基酒店2楼

The Show Kitchen, Grand Hyatt Shenzhen, 1881 Baoan Nan Lu Luohu District (2218 7338). 乐厨,罗湖区宝安南路 1881号 深圳君悦酒店32楼 Silk, 2/F, The Langham, Shenzhen, No. 7888, Shennan Dadao, Futian District (8828 9888). 福田区深南大道7888号深圳 朗廷酒店2楼

French Atmosphere, G/F, Shop NO.1, Penisula Phase 2, Shekou, Nanshan District (2602 7898). 南山区蛇口半岛城邦2期1号商铺 PATIO RESTO, No.112 Deep Blue Building, Longcheng Lu, Nanshan District (186 8896 6961). 庭院法式餐厅,南山区龙城路 深蓝公寓112商铺

German BIERHAUS, 117, Sea World, Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2669 9591).德园柏龙 啤酒坊,南山区蛇口太子路海上世界117号 Brotzeit L1C - 055B, 1/F, Coco Park, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (8359 2080) 福田区福华三路购物公园1楼酒吧街

Toffee Cakes, Shop No.3, No.197, Meihua Lu, Shang Meilin, Futian District (8331 8148). 福田区上梅林梅华路197号3号铺

Lowenburg 5-7/F, Minghua Cruise, Sea World, Shekou, Shenzhen (2689 2668) 深圳市南山区蛇口太子路明华轮5-7层

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Paulaner Brauhaus Shop 5, District C, Sea World Plaza, Shekou, Nanshan District 南山区蛇口海上世界广场C区C-005商铺

Café Chinois, JW Marriott Hotel, No. 6005 Shennan Dadao, Futian District (2269 8230). 万豪西餐厅,福田区深南大道6005 号金茂深圳JW万豪酒店 Coffee Garden, 2/F, Shangri-La Hotel (east of Railway Station), No. 1002 Jianshe Lu, Luohu District, Shenzhen (8233 0888) 香咖啡,罗湖区建设路1002号香格里 拉酒店(火车站东侧)2楼 Café Zentro, 1/F, The Venice Hotel Shenzhen, No. 9026 Shennan Dadao, Overseas Chinese Town, Nanshan District (2693 6888-8117). cafezentro@szvenicehotel. com 南山区华侨城深南大道9026号威尼斯 酒店1楼

Italian Trattoria Italiana Da Angelo, 1) G12, Prince Plaza, Shekou, Nanshan District (2682 5927). 2) L226-227, Excellence Century Plaza, Tower 4, Intersection of Haitian Lu and Fuhua Lu, Futian District (2531 3842). 3) G/F, Building 12, OCT Bay, No.8 Baishi Lu Dong, Nanshan District (8654 1060). 艾嘉路意大利餐厅,1) 南山区蛇口太子广场G12号; 2)福田区海田路 与福华三路交汇处卓越世纪中心4号楼二区 商业层L226,227商铺 3)南山区白石路东8号 欢乐海岸曲水湾12栋1楼

Café Pavilion, 1/F, The Pavilion, 4002 Huaqiang Bei Lu, Futian District. 廷韵咖 啡厅,福田区华强北路4002号圣廷苑酒店1楼

Milano Italian Restaurant Bar & Pizzeria, 1/F, Anhui Building, No. 6007 Shennan Lu, Che Gong Miao, Futian District (83581661).米兰意大利餐厅,福田区车公 庙深南大道6007号创展中心(安徽大厦首层 )

Café Zen, 1/F, Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen, No. 4088 Yitian Lu, Futian District (8828 4088) . 鲜Café,福田区深圳福田香 格里拉 大酒店一楼

The Top, 5/F, Building 1, Nanhai E-Cool, Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District (2688 1132). 南山区蛇口海上世界南海意 库1号楼5层

Coffee Shop, 1/F, Grand Mercure Oriental Ginza Hotel, Zhuzilin, Shennan Dadao, Futian District (8350 0888 -88605). Coffee Shop西餐厅,福田区深南大道竹子林东 方银座美爵酒店1楼西餐厅 Flavorz, 2/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen, No.116 Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (2222 2222-8619). 全日餐厅,福田区 福华三路116号深圳丽思卡尔顿酒店2楼

Other Western George & Dragon British Pub Shop 3, Back of Taizi Hotel, Taizi Lu, Sea World Plaza, Shekou, Nanshan Dist r i c t ( 2 6 6 9 8 5 6 4 ) 南山区蛇口海上 世界太子路太子宾馆一楼后排3号商铺

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McCawley’s Irish Bar & Restaurant, 1) Shop 118, Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District(2668 4496). 2) 1/F, Building C, CoCo Park, No.269, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (25313650). 麦考利爱尔 兰酒吧,1) 南山区蛇口海上世界广场118号 2) 福田区福华三路269号城建购物公园C座1楼 M c C aw l ey ’s I r i s h B a r S h o p 1 5 1 1 5 2 , C o c o Pa r k , F u t i a n D i s t r i c t ( 2 5 3 1 3 5 9 9 ) 福田区购物公园151-152 McCawley's Bar & Grill S h o p 1 0 9 , Building 7, Rose Garden Phase III, Shekou, Nanshan District (2667 4361) 南山蛇 口南海玫瑰园三期7号楼109号铺 Romas Bar & Grill, 1/F, the back of Tai Zi Hotel, Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2683 8492, 2683 8491). 罗马西餐厅,南 山区蛇口太子路太子宾馆后1楼 The Kitchen, North Coco Park, No. 138 North Mingtian Lu, Futian District (2531 3860). 现场厨房,福田区民田路城建购物 公园138号 Mama’s No.110-111 Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District. (2686 2349) 南山区蛇 口海上世界110-111号商铺 The village, No.108-109 Haichang Jie, Shekou, Nanshan District (2685 0910). (close to A-best Supermarket). 南山区 蛇口海昌街海尚国际裙楼108–109号铺 The Tavern Sports Bar 3/F, Shop 20-24, Sea World, Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2602 4936) 南山区蛇口太子路18 号蛇口海上世界20-24号商铺3楼 T h e Te r r a c e A b o v e S t a r b u c k s , S e a Wo r l d P l a z a , S h e k o u , N a n s h a n D i s t r i c t ( 2 6 8 2 9 1 0 5 ) 南山 区蛇口海上世界广场2楼星巴克楼上 Mediterraneo, B15, North of Shopping Park, Fumin Lu, Futian District (8389 3178). 福田区福民路购物公园北园负一层B15 HH Gourmet, Shop 43B, Nanhai Rose Garden II, Gong Yuan Nan Lu, Nanshan District (2683 9259). 丛欢欢西 餐厅,公园南路南海玫瑰园二期43B商铺 Prusa 4/F, World Finance International, Building B, 4003 Shennan Dong Lu, Luohu District (8333 5551, 8333 5552) 罗湖区深南东路4003号世界金融中心B座4楼

Amigos Restaurant and Bar, 1) Shop E6,G/F, Carriana Friendship Center, Renmin Nan Lu, Luohu District (6133 9993). 2) 1/F, Hong Long Hotel, Sea World, 32 Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2683 5449). 欧蜜戈墨西哥餐厅 1) 罗湖人民南路佳 宁娜广场1楼E06商铺 2) 南山区蛇口3号太子路 海上世界鸿隆公寓首层 Tequila Coyote Cantina, 1) Shop 113, Seaworld, Shekou, Nanshan District (26836446). 2) No.152 the north of Coco Park, Futian District (8295 3332). 仙人掌 餐厅,1) 南山区蛇口海上世界商铺113号 2) 福 田区福华路138号购物公园152号

Muslim Dewan-e-Khass, 1/F, Shang Bu Ai Hua Market, No. 98 Nan Yuan Lu, Futian District (8363 9552). 帝王娜,福田区南园 路98号 Indus Kitchen, G/F, Luohu Building, No.4012 Chunfeng Lu, Luohu District (8217 2783). 印达斯小厨,罗湖区春风路 4012号罗湖大厦首层 Muslim Restaurant, No. 2013 Wenjin Nan Lu, Luohu District. (8225 9664) 穆斯林餐 厅,罗湖区文锦南路2013号

Pizza NYPD Pizza, 1) FL-1015 Store, Central Walk, Fuhua Yi Lu, Futian District (8887 6973). 2)Sea Dynasty Store No. 26 Hai Chang Jie, Shekou, Nanshan District (8887 6973). 3) No.3085-10 Shennan Dong Lu, Luohu District. 1) 福田区福华一 路中心城FL1015商铺; 2)南山区蛇口海昌街海 尚国际裙楼26号铺 (近新一佳) 3) 罗湖区东门 深南路3085-10号 Kiwi Pizza, Shop46B,Costal Rose Garden Phase II, No.32 Wanghai Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District.(2160 1583). 维奇披萨 南山 区蛇口望海路32号南海玫瑰圆二期46B商铺

Thai The Terrace, Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District (2682 9105, 2683 2775). 露台酒 吧,南山区蛇口海上世界广场

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Indian 1947, A01, Fazhan Zhongxin Building, No.2010 Renmin Nan Lu, Luohu District (82281808). 罗湖区人民南路2010号发展中 心大厦A01商铺 Bollywood Cafe, Shop 2005-1, 3/F, Xilong Building, Renmin Nan Lu, Luohu District (8222 0370). 宝莱坞咖啡,罗湖区人民南路 熙龙大厦三楼2005-1 Little India, 1)No.18B, Basement North of Coco Park, No.138 Mingtian Lu, Futian District (8317 4827). 2) 2/F, No.56, Block A, Poly Cultural Center, Hou Haibin Lu, Nanshan District (8655 2106). 3) Shop No.116, Building 6, Nanhai ECOOL, Taizi Lu, Behind Fuzou Hotel, Nanshan District (2686 0020). 小印度,1 )福田区民田路138号购物公园地下18B 2 )南山区后海滨路保利文化广场A区二楼 26号 3)南山区太子路南海意库6栋116商铺

Primitive & Healthy, No.102, Block A, Eco Plaza, OCT, Nanshan District (2692 1890). 缘生态餐厅,南山区华侨城OCT生 态广场A-102号 Yang Jin Ma, G/F, Building 6, Qushui bay, No.8 Baishi Dong Lu, Nanshan District (8665 1577). 央金玛,南山区白石东路8号 欢乐海岸曲水湾6栋首层

Turkish Mevlana Turkish Restaurant, No. 154 Zhenxing Lu, Futian District (8336 8778) .梅夫拉那土耳其餐厅,福田区振兴路154号 The Istanbul Restaurant, Room 107, Lang Ju Yu Feng, No. 1010 Wenjin Nan Lu, Luohu District (8261 0201). 土耳其 伊斯坦布尔餐厅,罗湖区文锦南路1010号朗

LSD, F1-105A, OCT Loft, En Ping Jie, Nanshan District (8610 6344). 迷食,南

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Anatolia Turkish Restaurant, 1/F, Xing Yue Business Hotel, No. 3018 Dongmen Nan Lu, Luohu District (8222 6154; 8225 7677). 安纳托利亚,罗湖区东门南路3018号 兴悦商务酒店1楼

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, 5/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen, No. 116 Fuhua San Lu, Futian District. (2222 2222 Ext.8468) 福 田区福华三路116号深圳丽思卡尔顿酒店5楼

Vegetarian Awaken Vegetarian Restaurant, 1/F, East to Terra Hotel, Tairan Si Lu, Futian District (8250 4570). 唤觉生态餐厅,福田区车公庙 泰然四路泰然酒店一楼东侧 Green Life, 2/F, Jun Ting Hao Yuan, Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District 绿生活健 康素食,罗湖区宝安南路骏庭豪园2楼 Deng Pin, 3/F, Jun Ting Ming Yuan, Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (2590 8588) 登品餐厅,罗湖区宝安南路2107号 骏庭名园3楼 Wind Lucky, 1) Behind Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Store, XiangmiHu Holiday Resort, Futian District (8289 4181). 2)4/F,Dongmenting Plaza, Dongmen Yongxin Jie, Luohu District (8238 3453) .云 来居素食馆,1)福田区香蜜湖度假村内(大 众4S店后)2) 罗湖区东门永新街东门町四楼

Waterfall Spa & Wellness InterContinental Shenzhen, G/F, No. 9009 Shennan Dadao, Oversea Chinese Town, Nanshan District. (2690 6888). 南山深南大道9009号华侨城洲际酒店G1层 OR Sense Spa, G/F, Mega-Plus Space, No.1019 Nan Hai Dadao. Shekou, Nanshan District (2683 8226, 2683 8336). www.sensespa.com.cn spareservation@ hotmail.com森之泉水疗休闲会所, 南山 区蛇口南海大道1019号南山医疗器械产业 园A栋一楼 Heavenly Spa, 4/F, The Westin Shenzhen Nanshan, No. 9028-2, Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (8634 8860). 威斯汀天 梦水疗,南山区深南大道9028号-2深圳益田 威斯汀酒店4层 Iridium Spa, 75/F, St. Regis Shenzhen, No. 5016, Shennan Lu Dong, Luohu District (8308 8888). 罗 湖区深南东路5016号瑞吉酒店75楼

Vietnamese Let’s Viet 26C, District B, Link City, Futian District(8255 7048) 福田区深圳地铁一期工 程会购区间地下空间B26C

Hairdresser MOMO Salon, 5/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen, 116 Fuhua San Road, Futian District. (2222 2222 -8648) 福田区福华三 路116号深圳星河丽思卡尔顿酒店5楼

LIFESTYLE Beauty Marie France Bodyline, 1) Shop328, 3/F, The Mixc, No.1881 Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (3338 6198). 2) Shop407D, 4/F, CITIC City Plaza, NO. 1093 Shennan Zhong Lu, Futian District (3338 9090). 3) Shop403, 4/F, Costal City, No. 33 Wenxin Wu Lu, Nanshan District (8635 9892). www.mariefrance.com.cn 1) 罗湖 区宝安南路1881号华润中心万象城3层328号 商铺 2) 福田区深南中路1093号中信城市广 场5层501D店铺3) 南山区文心五路33号海岸 城购物中心4层403号商铺 Physical Club, 1) B1/F, Citic Plaza, No.1095 Shennan Zhong Lu, Futian District (2598 8861). 2) B1/F, Shun Hing Square, Shennan Dong Lu, Luohu District (8246 0962). 3) B1/F, An Bai Li Jing Garden, No. 6012 Shennan Dadao Futian District (8297 3302). www.physicalclub. com 1) 福田区深南中路1095号中信城市广场 负一层 2) 罗湖区深南东路信兴广场负一层 3) 福田区深南大道6012号安柏丽晶花园负一层 tantastic Shop136, Sea Taste Garden Mini Mall (across from Rose Garden Phase 2), 1088 Wanghai Lu, Nanshan District(2686 7079) 深圳市南山区望海 路1088号海韵嘉园蛇口外贸第一街中136号

Message & Spa Avana Spa, G/F, Maillen Club, 1 yanshan Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2681 9040). 南山区蛇口沿山路1号美伦会所首层 Mandara Spa, 4/F, Marco Polo Shenzhen, Fuhua Yi Lu, Futian District (8298 9888). www.mandaraspa.com 福田商圈福华一路

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Shang Hair, 1) B1/F, Coco Park, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (2531 3978). 2) 4/F, Shop411, KK Mall, No.5016 Shennan Dong Lu, Luohu District (3318 7988). 3) 3/F, Shop L301-2, Excellence Century Center Tower 4, No. 2030 Jintian Lu, Futian District (8329 6678). 1)福田区 福华三路星河购物公园B1层 2)罗湖区深南 东路5016号KK MALL京基百纳空间4楼411号 铺 3)福田区金田路2030号卓越世纪中心4 座3楼L301-2铺 TONY & GUY, 1)Unit S248, Phase II, The Mixc, No. 1881 Bao'an Nan Lu, Luohu District (2290 9505). 2) 103, Section C, Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District (2290 9521). 1)罗湖区宝安南 路1881号华润中心万象城S248号. 2) 南山区 蛇口望海路海上世界C 区103 店 I Salon, Shop 209C, 2/F, the shopping mall of Di Wang Commercial Center, Luohu District (8246 3690). 罗湖深南东 路5002号地王商场2楼209C铺 Salon Esprit, 2/F, Shop 299, The MIXc, No. 1881 Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (8266 8158). 10am-10pm. 罗湖区宝安南 路1881华润万象城百货2层299铺

SHOPPING Supermarkets Carrefour, 1)No. 68 Songyuan Lu, Luohu District (2215 4438). 2) Lvjing Garden, Fuqiang Lu, Futian District (8829 1855). 3) 2-3F, Ganglong Shopping Center(east side of Guangshen Gong Lu), Section 80, Xixiang Jie, Bao’an District (3381 6080). 4) B1/F, Poly Culture Center, intersection of Wenxin Wu Lu and Haide Yi Lu, Nanshan District (3302 2308). 1) 罗湖区松园路68号 2) 福田区福强路绿景花园 3) 宝安区西乡街道 80 区港隆城购物中心(广深公路东侧)2-3

楼 4) 南山区文心五路与海德一路交汇处保 利文化广场B1层 Jusco, 1) B1/F, City Plaza, No. 1093 Shennan Zhong Lu, Futian District (2594 2828). 2) 1-2/F, Dongjun Commercial Building, Sino-Link Garden, Taining Lu, Luohu District (2500 8123). 3) Wuzhou Shopping Center, near Shenzhen-Huizhou Highway, Longgang District (8488 1688). 4) B1/F, Coco Park, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (2531 3669). www.jusco.cn 1) 福 田区深南中路1093号中信城市广场B1 2) 罗湖 区太宁路百仕达花园第四期东郡商业楼1-2层 3) 龙岗区深惠路旁万鑫五洲风情购物中心 4) 福田福华三路购物公园B1层 Metro 1) No.4008 Bao’an Bei Lu, Luohu District (8360 8888) . 2) Building 4, No.255 Shahe Dong Lu, Nanshan District (8602 8888). 3) A1A2, Building 1, Guan Cheng Shi Jia, Qianjin Lu Nan, Bao’an District (3680 8888). 麦德龙 1)罗湖区宝 安北路4008号 2)南山区沙河东路255号4栋 3 )宝安区前进路南侧冠城世家1栋1座A1A2 Olé, 1) Shop B48, The MIXc, No. 1881 Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (8266 8166). 2) B2/F Holiday Plaza, No. 9028 Shennan, Nanshan District (8629 8208). 1) 罗湖区宝安南路1881号万象城B48铺 2) 南 山区深南大道9028号益田假日广场负二层( 地铁世界之窗站A出口) PARKnSHOP, 1)No. 102 of Generalization Market, OCT Portofino Community, Nanshan District. 2) Part of G/F, Le Parc, Fuzhong Lu, Futian District. 3) G/F, Crystal Garden, 8 Taizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District. 1) 南山区华侨城波托菲诺小区综合 市场102 2) 福田区福中路黄埔雅苑商场首层 部分 3) 蛇口工业区太子路8号碧涛中心一楼 Walmart, 1) Bai Hua Er Lu, Shangbu Zhong Lu, Futian District (8327 0660). 2) 1-3/F, Zhong Shan Hua Yuan, No. 12 Fenghuang Lu, Luohu District (8214 0686). 3) 1-3/F, Hu Jing Hua Yuan, Honghu Lu, Luohu District (2562 9815). 4) B1/F, Jia Li Center, No. 2008 Renmin Nan Lu, Luohu District (8236 1475). 5) Intersection of Gongye Dadao and Dongbin Lu, Nanshan District (2681 6711). 6) 1-2/F, Hong Zhou Wen Ding Jia Yuan, Nanxin Lu, Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (2646 0707). 1) 福田区上步中路百花2路紫荆园2) 罗湖区凤凰路12号中山花园裙楼1-3楼 3) 罗 湖区洪湖路湖景花园1-3层 4) 罗湖区人民南 路2008号嘉里中心B1层 5) 南山区蛇口工业大 道与东滨路交汇处 6) 南山区深南大道南新路 鸿洲文鼎家园1-2层

Food & Beverage Charlie’s Store, Shop 8, 1/F Bitao Center, aizi Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2667 2701). It features all kinds of imported food from the U.S. and Europe. 南山区蛇 口太子路8号碧涛中心一楼 The Butcher Shop & Fine Foods, Shop 6, 1/F, Honlux Hotel, Sea World Plaza, Shekou, Nanshan District (2685 8295). Daily 10am-8pm. It offers a wide selection of imported food from chilled meat to fine cheese. 南山区蛇口海上世界鸿隆 公寓1楼6铺

Kid’s Items TOYSRUS, 1)Shop 26-31, Yitian Holiday Plaza, 9028 Shennan Dadao, Nanshan District (8629 8780). 2) Coastal City, Wenxin Wu Lu, Nanshan District (8635 9690 -103). 3) 4/F, Shop 450, The MIXc, No. 1881 Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (2589 0858). www.toysrus.com.cn 南山区 深南大道9028号益田假日广场1楼26-31 2)南 山区文心五路海岸城 3)罗湖区宝安南路1881 号华润中心万象城450号商铺 Decathlon, 1) Junction of Nanhai Dadao and Gongye Ba Lu, Shekou, Nanshan District (2689 7878). 2) Building 1,

No255 east Shahe Lu, Nanshan District (8623 9003). 1) 南山区蛇口南海大道与工 业八路交界处 2) 南山区沙河东路225号一号楼 UNIQLO, 1) B1/F, King Glory Plaza, No. 2028 Renmin Nan Lu, Luohu District (8261 1709). 2) 1/F, Shop 102-103, Costal City Shopping Center, No. 33 Wenxin Wu Lu, Nanshan District (8635 9717). 3) B1/F, Moi Department Store, No.2009, Huaqiang Bei Lu, Futian District (8301 9789). 4) B1/F, Shop 001a1, Coco Park, No. 269 Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (8328 7076). 5) 4/F, The MIXc, No. 1881 Bao’an Nan Lu, Luohu District (2589 9510). 1)罗湖区人民 南路2028号金光华广场地下一层 2)南山区文 心五路33号海岸城购物中心 3)福田区华强北 路2009号茂业百货地下一楼 4)福田区福华三 路269号星河COCO PARK B1-001a1号铺 5)罗湖 区宝安南路1881号华润中心一期中区万象城4楼 Emoi Lifestyle, 1/F, F3 Building E-5, OCT Loft, Enping Lu, Nanshan District (3308 6688). www.emoilife.com 南山区华侨城创 意文化园E5栋1楼

BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS Atlantic Canada Business Network, 2/F, Room 205, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (2658 8371; Fax: 2658 8372). www. atlantic-canada.org 南山区高新科技园南区 留学生创业大厦2楼205室 Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) Shenzhen, Room C, 21/F, Shenzhen Development Bank Building, No 5047 Shennan Dong Lu, Luohu District (6130 7068; Fax: 6130 7049) www.austrade.gov.au 罗湖区深 南东路5047号深圳发展银行大厦21楼C座 China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, 2/F, Room220, International Chamber Of Commerce, Fuhua San Lu, Futian District (8632 9518; Fax: 8632 9528). www.cameraitacina. com 福田区福华三路国际商会中心2楼220 室 Egypt-China Business Council (South China), 2/F , Room 201, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (8635 0900; Fax: 8635 0901). 南 山区高新科技园南区留学生创业大厦2楼201 室 European Union Chamber of Commerce, 3/F, Room 308, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (8635 0920; Fax: 8632 9785). 南山区高新 科技园南区留学生创业大厦3楼308 室 German Chamber of Commerce, 2/F, Room 217, Chinese Overseas Scholars Venture Building, Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (8635 0487). www.china.ahk.de南 山区高新科技园南区留学生创业大厦217 The American Chamber of Commerce in South China, 2/F, Rm 208, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (2658 8342; Fax: 0755-2658 8341). www.amcham-southchina.org南山 区高新科技园南区留学生创业大厦2楼208室 The British Chamber of Commerce, Shenzhen Sub-Chamber, 3/F, Rm 314, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (2658 8350). 南山区高新 科技园南区留学生创业大厦3楼314室 The Brussels Enterprise Agency, 2/F, Room 222, Overseas Chinese Scholars Venture Building, southern section of High-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District (8632 9700; Fax: 8632 9705). w w w. i n v e s t i n b r u s s e l s . c o m 南山区高 新科技园南区留学生创业大厦2楼222室


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