YCIS Beijing Primary Students "Read to Feed" Chinese Farmers
During this March Yew Chung International School of Beijing celebrated all things literature by holding a “Literacy Enrichment Week” for students. The most impressive highlights of the week was the Primary School’s “Read to Feed” charity fundraising, an event that encourages students to read saw our dedicated readers raise a whopping 23,912 RMB!
Studying Chinese Tea at YCIS Beijing
China is known as the homeland of tea, where its discovery and usage has been documented for over four thousand years. Tea is a corner stone of Chinese culture and still plays a role in society today. Nowadays, westerners appreciate the health and psychological benefits that Chinese tea can bring. As it is not as widely consumed as drinks like coffee, mistakes are often made in regard to how to correctly enjoy this fantastic beverage. Alica Liu, Year 4 Co-teacher at YCIS Beijing, shares with us her tips for getting the best from your tea.
Raising a Reader
It's impossible to dispute the benefits that reading gives to your children at a young age. One Google search yields thousands of results on the positive effects reading has on the development of a young child's brain. But how do you ensure that children stay interested in and enjoy their reading time?
Gaining Global Perspectives in the YCIS Beijing IB Diploma Programme
Yew Chung International School of Beijing was chosen as one of schools across the globe to develop the Global Politics course for the International Baccaluareate Diploma Programme.
Learning Through Travel: YCIS Beijing’s Experiencing China Trips in Print
Yew Chung International School of Beijing’s inspiring Experiencing China programme was featured in the January edition of City Weekend Parents & Kids. Secondary School Chinese Co-ordinator Jessica Sun gives five ways this programme helps change the lives of Secondary School students.
A Global Perspective to Educating Future Leaders
In the December-January issue of China-Britain Business’s Focus magazine, YCIS Superintendent Nanci Shaw was featured. She explains how YCIS Beijing imbues a global mindset and character education in the school’s Secondary students.