Kayra's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp


Name: Kayra


Nationality: USA

What we learned about Kayra: She is extremely lively and energetic. She loves making friends and is always ready for new adventures. – Sunnie

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Kayra's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Kayra's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Kayra's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Best Summer Camp Experience

Q: What’s your favorite field trip?

K: Today was my favorite field trip. We went to play ping pong…It was a social game and we kept beating each other. I think it’s really good…And, I’ve made a couple of friends.

Q: What makes you happy at That’s Mandarin?

K:  We always watch a video and then we write about it and I think that’s really fun. And I like learning Chinese and that makes me happy.

Q: What else did you learn here besides learning mandarin?

K: I learned about Chinese food and Chinese culture and Chinese stuff. Yeah, like we actually learn the Chinese culture from the Chinese people. Now I know a lot more about it.

Q: Do you like our Summer Camp?

K: Oh yeah, It’s a really nice camp and you could do fun stuff. Like, you learn Chinese and when you think of learning, you just think like “oh but it’s bad” but it’s not like that. And the teachers are very nice and they care about our education, so that’s very good.

Further Reads

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

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June 2019 | Students’ Reviews

June was such a great month at Summer Camp! Campers participated in various cultural activities, and workshops, and field trips. But the highlight of Camp experience is, of course, Chinese classes — action-packed language lessons that won't leave even the shy campers...

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.