On August 7, 1987, a young lady wearing a red dress emerged from an airplane in southern California to visit an old friend. Her friend introduced her to a zany running group called the “Hash House Harriers.” One member, noting her gender and attire, suggested she “just wait in the truck” until after the run. With that goading, she ran into history sporting her red dress and heels.

The following year, the San Diego Hash House Harriers sent “The Lady In Red” an airline ticket to attend the inaugural Red Dress Run. Hundreds of male and female hashers wearing red dresses participated in a spectacle widely covered by California media. Addressing the crowd, The Lady In Red suggested that Hash House Harriers hold the Red Dress Run annually as an occasion to raise funds for local charities.

The tradition of the Hash House Harriers Red Dress Run quickly spread to every corner of the globe, and over the years, the Red Dress Run has raised millions of dollars for a wide variety of local charities. 

Donna Rhinehart, the Lady in Red, passed away in April 2013 in Phoenix. She made a huge impact on hashing through her campaign to make red dress runs the signature fund-raising event of the Hash House Harriers.




This year, BJHH will support the Pediatric Palliative Care Special Fund of the New Sunshine Charity Foundation, which was founded in 2014 to alleviate the suffering of children with blood tumors and their parents. 

This Foundation focuses its efforts on pain control, counseling, and life skills for ill children, as well as hospice care for children with terminal conditions.

Its Children’s Relief Activity Center opened in Beijing in 2015, with a sub-center opening in Zhengzhou in May 2021. They organize activities for children in long-term treatment, as well as information and counseling services for parents. The Beijing center has organized more than 1000 activities, with more than 7000 children and parents participating in the activities.

Daisy Home opened in 2017. It is the only family-type hospice care facility for children in China. As at September 2021, Daisy home had taken care of 105 families of children dying from cancer. 


This time Crafters Brewing will be our beer sponsor, and there will be craft beers for circle!

Introducing Crafters Jon and Jeff, long-term Beijing expats, who, in 2016, began producing specialty Ciders, Meads and Beers, occasionally selling their wares at local markets. 

They brew a small selection of beers as well as seasonal and one-off creations, and their beers have won 10 national and international awards. In 2020, Crafters was named “China brewery of the Year” at the Asia International Beer Competition in Hong Kong. 


Shtupwaffel, Cheezy Balls, Kink Me Baby and Super Squirter


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Saturday 30 Oct 2021 (YES! This RDR will be a little bit Halloween! )


Meet at 13:30, run and walk start at 14:00

Hash Cash:

100 RMB run/walk and circle

150 RMB run/walk, circle and dinner

(Feel free to donate MORE to a great cause!!! We will have Crafters brewing beer for circle!!!)

Meet Up:

Xiao Wan Shi Tang (小万食堂)in798



B10 Courtyard, 2nd Road, 798 Art District, Chaoyang District/朝阳区大山子798艺术区2号路B10号院内

Get to the restaurant from the north entrance of 798 follow the blue trail on the map if you take a taxi there。Also,you can get there by bus:401、402、405、445、909、946、973、988、991,get off of the bus at 大山子路口南(Dashanzilukounan bus station)then get into 798 from the west entrance No.2 then follow the pink trail!!