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  • More than a Victory at Volleyball Tournament in Chengdu

    More than a Victory at Volleyball Tournament in Chengdu

    Jonathan, Year 11, Century Park Campus

    This year, YCIS Shanghai gave me an incredible opportunity to participate in an ACAMIS Volleyball Tournament held in Chengdu. The YCIS SISAC Division 1 Volleyball team signed up for the ACAMIS Tournament for the first time in the history of YCIS’s Century Park Campus. This was the first overseas sports competition I have ever attended during my time at YCIS, and this memorable trip lasted for four days, consisting of two full days of volleyball games. This trip to Chengdu let me build friendships with students from schools in Hong Kong, Ningbo, and Dongguan. We learned a lot from this tournament, through our new friendships with others from different parts of China, and from the atmosphere and sportsmanship, which were exceptional.

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  • The YCIS Science Fair

    The YCIS Science Fair

    Gillian, Year 12, Gubei Campus

    For years, YCIS Gubei has been celebrating the wonders and beauty of science in an annual science extravaganza -- our Science Fair. This event accommodates children of all ages, in addition to students and teachers alike, allowing them to marvel at the beauty of flames, colour changes, luminescent fluids, explosions, and a wealth of other manifestations of science.

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  • The Advantages of Learning Chinese at YCIS

    The Advantages of Learning Chinese at YCIS


    Dania, Year 11, Century Park Campus

    你好我叫乔丹妮! This is my third year at YCIS and I'm in CAL-S3 already.

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  • Why I Like Learning Chinese

    Why I Like Learning Chinese


    Nina, Year 6, Century Park Campus

    I am currently learning Chinese as an Additional Language (CAL) student and I think that learning Chinese at YCIS is fun and easy. Learning Chinese is not easy at first sometimes for people because Chinese is a very different language from English, but when you get the hang of it, it’s like riding a bike.

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  • Nurturing My Passion for Music at School

    Nurturing My Passion for Music at School


    Iisha, Year 10, Century Park Campus

    When I was a child, I had a fond interest in anything and everything related to music. I remember my dad used to play songs on the speakers at home while he worked, and then he would stand up, take my hands, and we'd twirl around singing the songs as loud as we could – everything from Jethro Tull to the Beatles. As a piano student for more than seven years, as long as I could remember, music was the one thing that always gave me joy no matter what, but I didn't realise just how much of that pleasure I was still missing out on until I came to YCIS.

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