A City Guide To Nantai for The cross-sectional study employed mixed q ualitative and q uantitative methods, using structured interviews as well as openended questioning. Qualitative data were coded, categorised and systematised using content analysis, and then categories of data were analysed according to gender, age group and social class. Children were assessed in terms of what is described as four complementary dimensions’ criteria of good health ? Can you tell me the name of two or three friends who are healthy?’, What do you see [see note below as signs of good health in your friends?’; behaviours necessary to maintain health ? Is it necessary to do particular things to be healthy?’, if yes, Which things are necessary?’; conse- q uences of being healthy ? What does being in good health allow you to do?’; and threats to health ? Can you tell me, in general, what is the most dangerous thing to children’s health?’ The use of see’ as opposed to think’ may lead the children to consider visible signs of health, which is perhaps leading. Results Only response categories mentioned by or more children were considered for detailed analysis thus losing data from those children who had unusual conceptions and beliefs. Criteria of good health The children generally identified three main criteria for good health . being functional practising sports, absence of disease; . mental health wellbeing, looking healthy, feeling good about oneself, good relationships with others; . A City Guide To Nantai 2016.