Part of Summer Camp is having students write in Chinese about their experiences with certain activities or events. This time we are featuring Charlotte’s short essay, who is 11 years old and comes from the UK. She’s currently in the Day Camp program, taking lessons with other students around her age and Chinese level. This is the second year she’s joined our Summer Camp and it’s such a joy having her again!

Charlotte's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

 

Note: if you’re having trouble understanding Charlotte’s essay, you can consider taking our Mandarin lessons in Beijing, Shanghai, or online. Different Chinese programs are available for different ages, levels, needs, and goals.

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Further Reads

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

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June 2019 | Students’ Reviews

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Sightseeing in the City

Sightseeing in the City

Here are some snapshots from our Summer Camp field trips. Twice a week and on weekends, students go around Beijing/Shanghai, sightseeing and shopping. They get to practice speaking Mandarin with the local vendors, people on the street, etc.