The fifth, organized by Keith Noyes on behalf of the peripatetic Free China Hash in 2006, was held in Guilin and featured live hare A-B runs. The arrival run was through the city, then an early morning bus ride to Yangshuo for runs of differing lengths that ran along river banks, through paddy fields, irrigation canals, farmlands and bush and the circles were all held on river banks with swimming (voluntary and sometime involuntary).