“Living in PRD” Series: Is your kid a 3rd culture child?

“Living in PRD” Series: Is your kid a 3rd culture child?The European Chamber is conducting a survey on a number of topics to know what foreigners think about their life in PRD and what their needs are. Subjects include schooling, social events and travelling within and beyond the borders of the PRD.

A series of events and seminars under the theme Living in PRD will be organised in the coming months to cover all these subjects. The first event will be about 3rd Culture Children and Education, ie children from a multicultural background, speaking different languages, born in another country than the one they are living in. What is their culture? What is their mother tongue? How will they be different from children growing-up in their home country?

A presentation on this theme will be done on Friday April 8th. During this event, we will share the results of the survey and participants will be able to express their opinion.

Have your say: Until now, 170 persons have replied to the survey. We need more! Take a few minutes to fill in this questionnaire before April 8th. It is about your own life and your kids’ life in the PRD. Your answers will contribute to the overall input.

Venue:The Westin Shenzhen
9028-2, Shennan Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Date/time: Friday, April 8th 2011,18:00

Language: English

Member: 200 RMB/Pers
Non-member: 350 RMB/Pers

Please register before Thursday, April 7th by email to:ccifc-shenzhen@ccifc.org

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