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Visit to a Moon Bear Paradise

June, 2006
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It was the day I could finally go to see the Moon Bears at the sanctuary of Animals Asia Foundation (AAF) in Chengdu in Sichuan Province. Jill Robinson, the founder of AAF, was waiting for us at the gate.

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On A Whimsical Family Adventure in China

June, 2006
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Living abroad is a challenge. Children are a challenge. Travelling with children in a foreign country is too much for some people to even contemplate.

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Student Reporters on the Olympic Beat

June, 2006
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Teenagers Sherina Chan and Rena Sha won’t just be spectators at the Beijing 2008 Games. The two students from the Yew Chung International School of Beijing will have inside access as reporters on the Olympic beat.

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School of Rock

April, 2006
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Song Yichen is a Grade 12 student at the World Youth Academy (WYA), and will graduate in two months’ time. To her, this not only means she will leave the school, but also her music band.

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A Good Game!

April, 2006
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Fresh off the basketball court, Megan Ortwein seemed to have completely forgotten about her injured ankle and bowled her heart out with opponents and friends at a celebratory party. Just hours ago, her team, the Shanghai American School, won the championship at the ACAMIS (Association of China and Mongolia International Schools) Basketball Tournament.

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Two Worlds under One Roof

April, 2006
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It was about half past ten on New Year’s Eve, Morgen Chang sat on the sofa with her new family in Beijing, chatting and watching TV. The cat had already fallen asleep on her lap.

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Rugby Star Coach Pushes Sport for Young Players

April, 2006
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A young Canadian boy was not the only lucky one the day he received a prize from Eddie Jones, the former Australian national rugby coach who came to the International School of Beijing (ISB).

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A Well-earned October Break

October, 2005
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Jolie and Sheena are classmates as well as close friends at the International School of Beijing (ISB). To most people it would seem odd that they were on the campus of the Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS-BJ), when most schools had closed their doors for the National Day Holiday.

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With A Little Bit of Hope

July, 2005
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Who knew one photograph could completely change a young girl’s life, but such is the case for Su Mingjuan, the now famous face known throughout China as “Big Eyes.”

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