Las tumbas son para los muertos
Las flores para sentirse bien.
La vida es para gozarla
La vida es para vivirla mejor!

The old latinoamerican tradition comes once again to Beijing and which is the best way to celebrate it? Si! CON MARGARITAS IN YOUR HAND!! Prepare your darkest clothes and your Calavera mask for running for those who are not among us anymore! Enjoy some backcountry scenery of Beijing rarely experienced today and the best Mexican buffet in town!

  • Hares:
    Jolly Green Knob, Hard to live with and Waiting for it
  • Type:
    A to B
  • When:
    Sunday 4th. of November
  • Time:
    Meet at 13:30, run starts at 14:00
  • Where:
    Sunhe Station, (line 15, the stop before Int.Exhib station). Exit D (SW exit)
    Map here
  • What’s up with Día de los muertos?
    The Day of the Dead, is a unique Hispanic custom which has long been a Mesoamerican tradition. For centuries, this holiday that is based around All Souls Day has been distinguished for commemorating the deceased in a number of ways, including building altars or ofrendas with memorabilia from specific loved ones that have past away.  However, this holiday is not one that revolves around the subject of death but rather the celebration of life.