Press Clippings

  • The Yew Chung Education Foundation: Spreading Seeds of Hope

    The Yew Chung Education Foundation: Spreading Seeds of Hope

    YCIS Beijing was featured in the American Chamber of Commerce's recent Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives handbook. We took the opportunity to highlight our Seeds of Hope project, an initiative that combats education inequity in Greater China through the construction of Hope Schools in rural and impoverished areas.

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  • Real-World Applications in YCIS Beijing's IB Economics Courses

    Real-World Applications in YCIS Beijing's IB Economics Courses

    Local magazine Beijing Kids recently created a publication highlighting the Yew Chung International School of Beijing's IB Diploma Programme Coordinator Prachi Gupta. In addition to being one of the driving forces behind student academic success in the IBDP at YCIS Beijing, Ms Gupta's inspiring Economics courses teach students not just the fundamentals of the subject but also they can apply what they learn in their lives after graduation in a real-world setting.

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  • Raising an Optimistic Child

    Raising an Optimistic Child

    A person’s success in life is based largely on the foundation they receive at a young age. While academics are undoubtedly a critical piece of this foundation, a positive and happy attitude is also essential. Learn how to cultivate this mental mind-state in your child through the Yew Chung International School of Beijing’s recent feature in City Weekend.

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  • I Want to Be a Startup Entrepreneur

    I Want to Be a Startup Entrepreneur

    As part of YCIS Beijing’s enterprise class, Secondary School students were invited to attend a talk with productivity expert and Saent co-founder Tim Metz. The session was an invaluable opportunity for students to learn tips on how to start their own businesses from a successful working professional.

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  • From Brush to Paper

    From Brush to Paper

    It is well documented that immersion in a culture’s traditions and practices is the best method of acquiring cultural and language learning. Year 2 students at YCIS Beijing were given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with one of China’s oldest and most respected art forms: Chinese brush painting.

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