Once the Imperial hunting grounds of the Ming and Qing Emporers, Nanhaizi Park has finally achieved historical significance by being the site of the Hash House Harriers next excursion on April 6th. It is a bountiful ecosystem of Wetlands populated by Water Fowl, Peacocks and Deer. It is hoped that it can remain so after the introduction of a species that is as invasive as it is intoxicated, Hashers.

“Where is BB1?”

Hared by the world-class Hashers Pickle Boy, Little Red Shitting Hood and no-class no-name  Just Alan. NanHaizi Park promises to be a beautiful, blossoming and boozy day with that perfect April weather that Beijing gets for another month before the sun tries to kill us again.

“Answer my riddles three and your beer is free.”

“Woah, it’s all the way in Daxing!? This better be worth it!” I hear you mutter through the flecks of breakfast still hanging from your morning moustache. And- yes! Nanhaizi Park has Beijing’s largest Wetlands (three times the size of the summer palace), a Lake, a Wildlife reserve, Zodiac statues, and more!

“It ‘behooves’ you to come check it out!”

Hares: Pickle Boy, Little Red Shitting Hood, Just Alan

Type: A to A (Bag Drop Available)

When: April 6th, Saturday, 2024

Time:Meet at 1:30pm, run starts at 2pm sharp.

Hash Cash: 30 RMB for run, walk and circle 

105 RMB for run, walk, circle and dinner 

(PLEASE NOTE: after the last beer stop, there will be no refunds and no new bookings for dinner).

Where: 上苑居餐饮

Address大兴区瀛海镇黄亦路南海子公园南门向西100米路南

“Deliciousness is calling. Will you answer?”

D’Erections: Take metro line 8 all the way to the end, Yinghai Station. Leave from Exit B1. The rallying point is approximately a 10-minute bike ride from the Station.

As usual, this is an adult activity in which we behave like children so expect to see nonsense, licentiousness, a modest level of drunkenness and considerable rude behaviour going on. There may be vomiting on this occasion. Don’t be offended; we’re always like that and if you’re here you’re doing it too. For all of those reasons this isn’t a kid-friendly activity so – unless you’re table 1 – best stay home. More regular members of society are of course very welcome and can of course take part, but be polite, don’t be purposefully rude and remember that if you’re running there’s no winner.