U.S.-China Institute at Bryant University

K-12 China Study Trip at Bryant University

Over the summer, Bryant Confucius Institute organizes a study trip to China for high school teachers and students who participated in the STARTALK Chinese Language and Culture Summer Program . This experience offers American teachers and students the opportunity to explore in person the rich history, extensive culture, and dynamic economy of China.

The 2-week study trip features visits to historical and cultural landmarks such as the Great Wall and Forbidden City, tours of the beautiful natural landscapes throughout China, and explorations of daily life including visits to local schools.

The travelers are responsible for the cost of the plane fare, visa application expenses, international insurance, program fee, and air travel within China, if applicable. The food, lodging, and domestic land transportation in China will be funded by the Confucius Institute headquarters in Beijing.

2013 K-12 China Study Trip features the rich history and culture, as well as the natural beauty in Beijing, and Hubei, along Yangtze River in the central China. A Chinese Language and Culture Camp is organized in partnership with the China University of Geosciences (Wuhan).

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