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... Beijing for our final 3 days in the camp. The train ride was only 1 and half hours and flew by. We were seated together and could barely fit all of our luggage on the train. Imagine 50 kids with full suitcases trying to put the luggage in the storage area on the train.
We arrived at the train station and I went to McDonald's to buy fries for the group. Of course they started to leave while ...
... Americans, but were good nonetheless. It is amazing how much talent some of the kids have. Especially those who are really shy.
We then were "scheduled" to go back to No. 6 High School to tour the grounds and play games. After being led through a museum of the schools, most Chinese schools have one, the kids enjoyed playing basketball, badminton, volleyball, ping pong, calligraphy, and, hack sack. They Chinese ...
... best essay(s). There will also be a prize for the best photos/videos taken on the trip.
It is also a day of preparation and testing for the kids. In Chinese high schools (10th-12th grades), the kids spend their 12th grade year reviewing for the "Gao kao3." This is similar to our SAT or ACT, except this test alone can determine what university you are able to attend. However, most ...
... test is a preparatory test to taking the HSK and HSKK tests. The HSK and HSKK are required to study Chinese in China, receive scholarships to Chinese universities, etc. The HSK is written and comprehension and the HSKK is spoken.
The kids are preparing to take the YCT on Friday and so they reviewed today and learned a song. The weather was great today, high 70's and rainy. We decided to attend Taichi again in the afternoon. Instead ...
Today was a big day with a lot to do and see. The kids did not have Chinese class today. Instead, they visited the Cultural Center here on Shandong University campus.
After a brief introduction to Confucius and Chinese culture, we were taken in groups to different rooms on the 24th floor. Each room had different activities that taught us more about the culture. The first station was the tea ceremony. The ...