BJH3 #2069 Route 69: The Yin to our Yang

All that us humble hashers ask for is a little inner peace.  Something to keep the voices out of our heads.

Besides down downing copious amounts of booze, “on on”-ing while running in circles wearing booty shorts/skirts that accentuate our a$$ cheeks, and cum cumming together to shout sexually charged insults at each other… There is one source from which we shall always find our inner peace.

A divine power.  Residing within a number.

Two marvelously curved and supple digits – which represent not only a sincere and mutual gratification between lovers, but the time and place of absolute harmony in our humble existence.  A dimension where we might simultaneously experience the worst hangover and the best orgasm of our entire lives.

On Sunday, Oct 16th, join us in commemoration of our most sacred figure, buried deep (so deep) within our trail number.  The occasion only cums around every 6.9 or so years…

Hash cash:

30rmb (run/walk, beer stops, circle)

105rmb (run/walk, beer stops, circle, and dinner)

Your Hares:
Singaporn Star, No Butt Stuff, Just Xin

Trail is A-A, bag can be dropped at restaurant.

Route is dog-friendly. 

Make sure to bring mask, phone, and 72-hour PCR test result (negative!)


Sunday, 16th October. 1:30pm meet-up, 2:00pm start

Our hash bar, Paddy O’Shea’s of course.

Meet up:



Name of Restaurant: Shunxingzhai

Address: Jiangtai Road, Gaojia Park No.310, ChaoyangDistrict, Beijing

D’erections to meet up spot (via subway):

Wanjing South Station Exit C

Turn left out of exit C, then turn immediately right onto the main road.  Walk appx 400m, then cross the road on your left at the intersection.  Walk straight and under the highway (bridge), after appx 100m, turn left into the neighborhood.  Restaurant is on your right side after 40m.

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. And partial nudity. Don’t be offended; it’s jocular, 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, be tolerant, don’t be purposefully rude and remember that if you’re running there’s no winner. Oh, and you’ll need to bring a green jiankangbao with a sufficiently-recent hesuan or we’ll be all huffy. And a mask. On! On!