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  • On the Runway

    On the Runway

    For those who think leading fashion comes only from New York, Paris, London, or Milan, make way for what’s next right here in Shanghai! YCIS Shanghai Year 10 students from Gubei Campus all worked very hard to produce outstanding and interesting outfits for the 2012 IGCSE Fashion Show. The theme centred on “wearable works of art, based on the characteristics of an artist’s style.” In addition to being an exciting and creative event, the show was also an altruistic effort, as it was held as a fundraiser for the Starfish Trust Foundation, which supports children in Chinese orphanages who need urgent surgery.

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  • Winter Table Tennis Success

    Winter Table Tennis Success

    The Table Tennis team at YCIS Shanghai Gubei Campus is growing, with increased numbers of students actively taking part in the competitions this year. Practices started in the be­ginning of October, and students trained hard for the first tournament, ACAMIS, which took place from Novem­ber 8 to 11 in Qingdao. Team Members spent about three days at the tournament playing singles, and doubles, and team games. This year, the YCIS girls received first for the team games, first for doubles, and second and third for singles.

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  • A Creepy-Crawly (and Very Fun) Field Trip

    A Creepy-Crawly (and Very Fun) Field Trip

    What is red and blue, has 42 legs, and has different colour hair? YCIS Year 7 Students on a field trip to the Insect Museum!

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  • Students Perform for the Shanghai Community

    Students Perform for the Shanghai Community

    Take more than 60 YCIS Shanghai Gubei Campus students, place them on a YCIS Gingerbread-house-themed stage set in the luxurious Kerry Parkside shopping centre, mix in a standing-room-only crowd, and throw in some red Santa hats: that’s the recipe for a successful Christmas concert!

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  • Battle of the Bands

    Battle of the Bands

    Students at YCIS Shanghai Gubei Campus were rocking around the clock during the annual Battle of the Bands. Not only were there vocals, drums, guitars, keyboard, and even a violin, performed entirely by students, this year's event also featured an entirely student-controlled sound system with Year 10 student Basile at the mixing desk.

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