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Beijing HHH Run #1881: Back to the Basics

By | 2018-12-11T16:15:08+00:00 November 13th, 2018|Beijing Hash House Harriers|

Are you exhausted from all the themed shenanigans last week? Can’t keep straight whether you live in 1937, 1969, or 2018? Still don’t understand Cookie Monster’s motive for murdering Pamela? If you think two themes are enough for two weeks, or if you just can’t stomach assembling another costume after a double-weekend Halloween, then join your lazy hares for a [...]

SATURDAY BJHHH#1880: Midnight on Sesame Street

By | 2018-12-11T16:15:08+00:00 November 4th, 2018|Beijing Hash House Harriers, Hash House Harriers|

This week’s hash is brought to you by the letter ‘M’ for MURDER! Who killed Pamela? Was it Big Bird? Was it Ernie? Or was it Snuffleupagus (actual spelling), all along? This Saturday, we are going back to 1937 to relive Midnight in Peking, the true story of the grisly slaying of a young British woman that shook the city [...]

SATURDAY BJHHH#1878: Halloween Hash 2.0

By | 2018-12-11T16:15:12+00:00 October 23rd, 2018|Beijing Hash House Harriers|

Ahhhh Halloween. That special time of year when we dress up as our childhood idols, our favorite TV characters, our best 2am ideas, our best taobao search finds, our……. whatever the hell else your lovely brains created. But rather than admiring the artistic values of our creations, whats a hasher to do instead??? Well, probably the same shit we do [...]

SUNDAY BJHHH #1877: The Three-way F**k Off Hash

By | 2018-12-11T16:15:12+00:00 October 16th, 2018|Beijing Hash House Harriers|

Remember the days, in the Beijing of old, When the hutong were bustling, and the Yanjing was cold? The air came in flavors, most heavy with soot, And old dirty bar street, was less navigable by foot. On every street corner, you could find a jianbing, Before Fangjia was lost, to the great brickening. Those days are all gone now, [...]

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