Margot's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

About

Name: Margot

Age: 13

Nationality: USA

What we learned about Margot: She is very independent and she loves reading books. She has a big heart and loves animals, especially kittens. – Fiona

 

Margot’s Summer Camp Photos

Margot's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Margot's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

 

Margot’s Summer Camp Experience

Q: What was your favorite part of the Summer Camp?

M: My favorite part about the school is the people there because I really got to make new friends and I got to meet people who have different M: experiences around the world.

Q: What did you think of your accommodation while you stayed with us?

M: I think that the accommodation here is very good because we stay in a place that’s very close to the school and we can also go around it’s very close to the center of Shanghai so we can go around and walk and go to restaurants and that kind of stuff.

Q: Would you recommend our camps to your friends and family?

M: I would definitely recommend it to my friends because I know a lot of them are learning Mandarin and I know she of them have struggled and really having that experience here in China is a great experience and it really helps out with your Mandarin and learning how to read and write.

Further Reads

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

New Activity | Tea Ceremony

This year we have a new activity for our campers. What is one of the first things that come to mind when you think of China? What is a must-have souvenir for your relatives if you visit China? No doubt, it's Chinese tea!Tea has a long and interesting history in China....

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.