In Beijing，you will be amazed by its fascinating blend of tradition and modernism. Beijing has a history of more than 3,000 years, and it has been serving as the capital of China for more than 800 years since AD 938, Liao Dynasty. Beijing is regarded as the political, economic, and cultural center of China. In Beijing, you will have the opportunity to visit some famous scenic spots with historical significance, such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, etc.
THE GREAT WALL
Shanghai is home to 26.32 billion people, which makes it one of the most populated cities in the world. Located on the east coast of China, Shanghai is known as one of the global financial hubs. In Shanghai, you will have a chance to see numerous skyscrapers and observe the fast-paced lifestyle of contemporary China. Our Shanghai program provides you with the opportunity to visit the heart of the city—the Bund, with its futuristic skyline arisen across the Hungpu River. Meanwhile, traditional Chinese architecture and lifestyle can also be seen within the city. For instance, Yu Garden with its magnificent ancient buildings can tell you a lot about the history of Shanghai.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Located in the southeast of China, Shenzhen serves as a bridge connecting Hong Kong to Mainland China. It is one of the cities where China’s reform and opening-up started in the 1970s. Shenzhen features a large number of contemporary buildings, amusement parks, and shopping destinations. If you aim to understand modern China better and enjoy tropical climate and vegetation, our Shenzhen program would be an ideal choice!
SHENZHEN HARBOR PARK
CHINESE FOLK CULTURE VILLAGE
Yixing is the famous pottery capital of China with a variety of traditional cultural elements! Here in Yixing you will have a unique life experience! Apart from learning Mandarin Chinese, you will also be able to take intensive Kungfu classes, learn how to make ceramics and harvest bamboo roots, and enjoy Chinese teaism. Moreover, you will take part in different cultural activities like Chinese calligraphy, traditional Chinese painting, and paper-cutting. Finally, you will participate in integrative activities with Chinese students of similar age with you during the program.