Britannica International School Shanghai’s Spring Fair on 25 March was a joyful event with fun activities, yummy food and wonderful products. The annual event featured an array of food stalls, as well as health products and services. Other attractions included activity stalls by the Secondary students, and Egg Drop contents. During the Easter Bonnet parade, [...]Continue
As part of the ‘Group 4 Project’, Year 11 students in YK Pao School were assigned to explore scientific solutions in the event of a zombie apocalypse: Only Year 11 were left in the school after a virus eradicated the rest of humanity. They were tasked with making the school secure, providing food and water, [...]Continue
Little Scholar Academy (LSA) teachers Sara and Greg traveled to Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region to meet the girls whose education have been sponsored by the LSA community, as part of the school’s collaboration with “Colours of China”, a French charity that sponsors the education of girls in the mountain areas of Guangxi.
The two teachers spent [...]
For the third consecutive year, Concordia International School Shanghai will host the Jinqiao Mini Maker Fair. This wildly popular community event has attracted hobbyists, tinkerers, artisans, craftspeople and the merely curious of heart from around the city to celebrate, inspire and get inspired.
This year’s event on April 30 promises to be as broad-based as in previous [...]
Students at The British International School Shanghai, Puxi (BISS Puxi) have recently been completing narratives, descriptive pieces and even poetry for work that would be eligible in the competition for the Hong Kong Young Writers Awards (HKYWA) 2016. The theme this year was ‘Tales of the Terracotta Warriors’. Each participating school is allowed to submit [...]Continue
Dulwich College Shanghai hosted the U13 FOBISIA Games from 9 to 12 March, and the school’s athletes managed to achieve outstanding results.
The boys’ basketball team won the gold medal in their competition, the swimming team came third and the athletics team took second place in a very tough competition. A total of nine school athletics [...]
From a leading businesswoman to a former world champion boxer, car designer to banker, there was something for everyone at this year’s Careers and University Fair held at Nord Anglia International School, Pudong on 10 March.
The keynote address came in the form of a special ‘Women in Business in China’ panel discussion. Michelle Garnaut from [...]
Suzhou Singapore International School (SSIS) recently announced the appointment of a new leadership team. Starting from the next academic year the new team will include Nick Little as Head of School, Richard Bruford as Secondary Principal and Catherine Nicol as Elementary Principal.
Little joined SSIS thirteen years ago and has held the Principal position since 2008. [...]
As spring comes, a season when all animals wake up from winter slumber, Amber Montessori School of Shanghai introduced various ways for kids to learn small animals. Through storytelling, the kids learnt that in the forest, there’s a band formed by orioles, thrushes, larks, bears, frogs, snakes and other animals that all wake up from hibernation.
The swallows spent winter in the south and the wild geese flew back to the north. The kids also got to know some animals of spring as well as their body characteristics and [...]
On 25 March, excitement filled the YK Pao School Primary Division auditorium as students and teachers came together, dressed as their favorite characters. An annual Pao School tradition, the school’s annual Book Week features various book-themed activities, including Chinese and English book fairs, a visit from a guest author and the ever-popular dress-up Friday. This [...]Continue
On 29 February, Wellington College Bilingual Shanghai is officially open. As an important part of ‘New Bund Wellington College Bilingual Education Project’, Wellington College Bilingual Shanghai aims to provide high-quality educational resources for more Chinese families. The opening of Wellington College Bilingual Shanghai Early Years Centre marks another major breakthrough in Sino-British education cooperation, which [...]Continue
AEA US Embassy Camp at International School of Beijing
Ages: 4 – 12 years
Dates: 27 June – 5 August
The American Employees Association (AEA) of the US Embassy in Beijing has organized an annual summer camp for children of diplomats, expatriates and local Chinese children since 1997. This annual summer camp provides the finest American style summer [...]
SPIRIT OF THE SAKURA TREE
She was already dead. Yuuki Miyamoto had to keep reminding herself, over and over again, like a chant. To him, she no longer existed. She was no more than a spirit now, who was forever bound to the Sakura tree that stood isolated and lonely at the top of a [...]
IF THEY FIND US
Thunder rumbled warmly outside. Rain fell like a lullaby of gentle drumming fingers against the window in a world lined with tar and concrete, simmering in the faint glow of neon yellow light. The bedroom was cosily dark, colored in mottled beige and soft creams and itchy carpeting. On the bed, a [...]Continue
IF WE EVER BLAME LITERATURE
Years ago, humans read and wrote. There was always something to say and learn. The synonyms and antonyms, verbs and adjectives, modifiers and pronouns — this endless list of terminology and definitions built up, accumulating upon a mountain of words. Full of fantasies and fiction, the humans learned that they [...]