Board Not Bored

How the growing popularity of boarding schools is changing educationby Celia ThaysenMore and more schools, including international schools, are opening up in and around Shanghai that offer boarding facilities. While not common for Chinese families to send their children to boarding school, it appears that times are changing.For ...

School Roundup November 2014

Check out what's on this month at Shanghai international schools!A Special KeepsakeEight talented high school art students at SCIS Pudongspent their community service painting portraits from photos of disadvantaged kids in Nicaragua to give to them, as part of The Memory Project. According to founder Ben Schumaker, this not ...

Girl Power

YCIS' Jenna Jung was invited to speak at a women's conference in London this past October.While many of her peers spent the October holiday traveling, YCIS Gubei campus Year 12 student Jenna Jung spent her time in London focused on making a difference.Jenna attended the Association of State Girls’ School (ASGS) Conf ...

SUIS Steps Up to Bat

In keeping with its "East Meets West" ethos,XIEHE Education welcomed representatives of one of North America’s largest sport’s organizations, Major League Baseball (MLB) (China) Development Center, for a contract signing ceremony at the Shanghai United International School (SUIS) Wan Yuan campus on October ...

Elbows Off the Table

What's behind the growing popularity of British etiquette training in China?by Jessica LevineWhile her friends were enjoying themselves at area summer camps or vacationing with family, 12-year-old Isabella Gruber was busy learning how to eat, dress and speak like a lady. Gruber, a seventh-grader at Yew Chung International S ...