Summer Camp Through Our Campers’ Eyes: Camp Essays 2018

Jul 25, 2018 | Blog

Here are more works of our Chinese summer campers. They are required, as part of their lesson, to write a summary/journal of their experiences at camp. Most of them can write very well depending on their level of Chinese skills. And they surely can draw!

Chinese Summer Camp will be running for one more month and the next intakes would be between July 30 and Aug 6. Parents who want to send their kids to our camp should sign up soon to confirm their spot.

It will be fun, we promise!

 

何佩君 (Hé Pèijūn)

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

李菲莉 (Lǐ Fēilì)

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

素菲亚 (Sophia)

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

Lily A.

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

赖宏伟 (Lài Hóngwěi)

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

乔治 (Qiáozhì)

Summer Camp Essay | Chinese Summer Camp 2018

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