Quiz question #1

What is Panda Bear’s favorite place to eat when he visits Beijing?

Quiz question #2

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?



Hashers! Come join us this Saturday for a sublime and blissful romp through a beautiful and historic locale – one that owes its existence to the foresight of the great Ming Dynasty Emperor Zhu Zijun. It is believed that the Wanli Emperor planted as many as 50 species of bamboo here, most of which are still in existence. In later years the Qing rulers and their assorted entourages and retinues used this oasis of tranquillity as a rest stop on their voyages to and from the summer palace. If you are a fan of bamboo (or even if you’re not), this hash should not be missed!


Principal Penetration, Cum in my Brum, Blow Harder


Saturday, January 13th


Meet at 1:30 p.m.Run starts at 2 p.m.

Hash Cash:

30 RMB run/walk and circle
80 RMB run/walk, circle, and dinner

Meet up:

聚食尚(魏公村北外店) 法华寺6号 电话:13821574044
Ju Shi Shang, No. 6 FaHuaSi, Tel: 13821574044


离开地铁4/9号线国家图书馆站A口1.4公里 (也离开4号线魏公村站D口1.4公里)
1.4km walk from Subway line 4/9 National Library Station Exit A. (Also a 1.4km walk from Line 4 Weigongcun Station Exit D)



Answer #1

Zizhuyuan Park, of course!

Answer #2

All the wood that a woodchuck could, if a woodchuck could chuck wood.