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SUSTC appoints university council officials

SUSTC appoints university council officials

The South University of Science and Technology appointed their officials in its first council meeting last Friday, with Shenzhen mayor Xu Qin as its first chairman. Other members of the council includes city vice party chief Wang Suiming, Vice Mayor Wu Yihuan, vice director of the provincial bureau Wei Zhonglin plus several other city government [...]

Jul 18 2011, 2:10 pm | Posted in Education | Read More »

Province to Pilot New Child Policy

Province to pilot new child policy

The most populace province in China, asked permission from the government to pilot a relaxation program on the controversial one child policy in Guangdong. This is a special status that will allow the province to allow couples to have a second child if either spouse was a single child. If this is allowed, the province [...]

Jul 13 2011, 8:07 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Sinomatin Immersion Chinese School

Sinomatin Immersion Chinese School

We offer courses ranging from Beginner’s Chinese to Business Chinese using English, Japanese, Korean and French as instructional languages. We also use total immersion style computer software as teaching aids. A language laboratory is available to all our students. New Campus Open Now! Special Offer: 10 hours of free lessons First 30 students can get [...]

Jul 4 2011, 4:25 pm | Posted in Education | Read More »

Shenzhen American International School – Introduction to the New Futian Campus

Shenzhen American International School - Introduction to the New Futian Campus

SAIS’s new campus is located in the Meilin area of Futian, not far from the Rainbow Mall. The building is in final stages of renovations at this time. The new school will offer 25 spacious classrooms which are between 800 to 900 square feet, a large multi-purpose room (lunchroom), a beautiful, well equipped library and [...]

Jul 4 2011, 8:10 am | Posted in Education,Featured | Read More »

Happy fourth of July from White Horse Laboratories

Happy fourth of July from White Horse Laboratories

It has been many years since I’ve been home for the 4th of July holiday, and the memories that always stand out are the parades before the fireworks. I’m not sure if there even are parades anymore, but what I remember are all of the people dressed in era costumes. The fireworks were always amazing, [...]

Jul 4 2011, 7:05 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

The Most Memorable Trip-Grade 11 Trip to Xing’an, Guilin

The Most Memorable Trip-Grade 11 Trip to Xing’an, Guilin

The 11th graders just experienced their most memorable trip ever to Xing’an, a beautiful village of Guilin. During the 4 days, the students had a busy schedule. They went on hiking (including night hiking & blindfold hiking), kayaking, played leadership games, swimming, visiting local family, etc. However, what makes the trip special is the community [...]

Jun 21 2011, 7:52 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Students participated in high school examinations

Students participated in high school examinations

Junior 3 students took the high school entrance examinations yesterday, 56,000 students took the examinations in 89 schools across the city in two days. Students that participated in the exams were not allowed to bring in items such as mobile phones, electronic watches, calculators and other products. Correction fluids and study material were also not [...]

Jun 20 2011, 1:28 pm | Posted in Education | Read More »

Speed and Endurance

Speed and Endurance

Shekou International School’s own Jake Gray, high school guidance counselor, was one of the top runners who competed in the Great Wall Half-marathon race in Tianjin, China. On a cool and sunny Saturday morning he entered his corral in a field of 857 runners and eventually worked his way through a difficult, winding and climbing [...]

Jun 20 2011, 9:26 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Summer Reading, 2011

Summer Reading, 2011

Join us in exploring our world this summer through great themes from the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), a U.S. based summer reading platform for many public libraries.  Our themes are…… Elementary:  “One World, Many Stories” K-Gr 4 Middle and High School: “Novel Destinations” Gr 5-12 Grade 5 has been specially invited to participate in [...]

Jun 17 2011, 7:34 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Grade One Explores Nonfiction

Grade One Explores Nonfiction

During trimester three the grade one students studied plants and animals and the genre of nonfiction. After learning the conventions of nonfiction and how to extract information from a text, each student chose a plant or animal to research. The students located resources about their plant or animal, including books and websites. They used these [...]

Jun 16 2011, 7:35 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

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