Thibaut's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp


Name: Thibaut

Age: 10

Nationality: France

What we learned about Thibaut: He is gentle and polite, smiling to anyone he meets. And he is always ready to help others in need. – Fiona


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Thibaut's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Thibaut's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Thibaut's Experience | Chinese Summer Camp

Thibaut’s Summer Camp Experience

Q: What kind of classes do you have?

T: We have so many different kinds of classes, like cultural activities, listening and speaking classes and so on. My favourite class is the class with the tea. We learn the tea – chá in Chinese – and the green tea. We look at how to make tea.

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

T: The environment is happy because the teachers are good teachers… That’s Mandarin is happy.

Q: What about your field trips?

T:  My favorite field trip is visiting the Shanghai Children’s Museum in the part of space because I love space. It’s so fun to go there.

Q: What did you learn besides learning That’s Mandarin?

T:  At That’s Mandarin we learned two things: learn with the group for comprehension and for the picture story and visit and we learn Yeah. I think the Chinese culture – at That’s Mandarin I learn what is the tea culture.

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.