About BeijingHHH

eijing Hash House Harriers (founded by Brian "Ewor" Rowe in 1979, briefly closed and opened again by Clint Halloran in 1982) is a mixed hash that runs every week without fail. Hash attendance varies weather depending from 25-50, who cares though? You're going to get a good run and more than enough food and beer. We are a friendly, social, beer motivated running club. Our only interest is to have as much fun as possible that can be squeezed into a Sunday afternoon. Runs are on Sundays and our Hash bar is Paddy O'Sheas on Dongzhemenwei Dajie across from the Canadian Embassy. You are welcome to come to the bar before the run for drink specials and food. The run start location is listed here and on our website and will usually begin at 2pm in the winter and 3pm the rest of the year (start times for special runs can vary from noon to 4pm). Runs are usually about an hour long and between 8-10km and can be in-town runs (get there by car/taxi convoy) or out-of-town runs (by organized bus). The cost is usually 60 yuan (about 8 USD) which gets you somewhere to run, walk or trash (be it water, sand or mud!!), someone to talk to, someone to persecute, lots of off key singing all the beer you can drink plus all the food you can eat at the hash restaurant for the day. However, the Beijing hash house harriers have one rule and that is that there are no rules and the RA is always right!

Saturday BJHHH #1897: Fresh Hash of Beijing

By |2019-03-13T21:47:46+08:00March 13th, 2019|Hash Trash|

When the law cannot make everyone equal, the haze will. #1896 Hash event was already attacked by more than 300 PM2.5 of haze last week, but this week’s hashing is haze again, around 150 PM2.5. Over 40 hashers buckle down our hashing thing - hunting signs for running, nevertheless in alert and lax streets of north 2nd ring road under [...]

Sunday BJHHH #1895: Make Sundays Great Again

By |2019-02-28T20:09:23+08:00February 28th, 2019|Hash Trash|

Walking the walk betters talking the talk Friday night, Full Moon Hash #128 called Snow Moon Polar Plunge, ruled by FM GM BDSaMateur and FM RA Blow Harder, kindled enthusiasm of 20-ish titillating souls for catching up with the last winter swimming. The hot hashers accelerated the melting of the lake ice. It’s doozy. “Sunday is funday!” The masculine hares [...]

Sunday BJHHH #1894: “Sobriety” After Celebration

By |2019-02-28T20:01:29+08:00February 21st, 2019|Hash Trash|

Positive thinking during pregnancy could help children's ability in math and science Boxer Hash #175 proceeded as scheduled on Saturday hared by Little Red Shit Hood, BBC and Cock Chain. 25 stellar-ish hashers loomed large at Cherry Valley nearby Mentougou district to demonstrate a seething meme in a fair day. Again! The next day is another pollution-free day. Multiple active [...]

Saturday BJHHH #1893: A Beijing Analversary Trail

By |2019-03-13T21:47:36+08:00February 13th, 2019|Hash Trash|

Dogon people in West Africa believe that there are four calendars in the universe, based on the sun, moon, Sirius and Venus. The Spring Festival in China is supposed to be warmer and warmer, but in recent years it’s getting colder and colder. Experience is losing its accuracy. The fifth day of the lunar New Year of China is to [...]

Monday CNY BJHHH #1892: 3 Shades of Beijing

By |2019-02-07T15:19:07+08:00February 7th, 2019|Hash Trash|

When climbing a steeper rock cliff, the hands and feet form four supporting points of human body. Three of them are used in turn to keep human body temporarily fixed on the rock surface, while moving one hand or one foot to continue climbing upwards. This is called three-point power fixing method for mountaineering safety. How many power points are [...]

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