Aidi School Students on Holiday-Walk Around the World

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Aidi High School Students visit aboriginal cultures in Australia

 

Students from the Aidi International School visited Australia on holiday and spent 14 wonderful days in the southern hemisphere. In a pure English learning environment, they improved their language and intercultural communicative competence.

Some of the activities the students participated in included:

 

  • Visiting the Perth Mint and the Clock Tower

 

  • Experiencing trampolining

 

  • Production and use of Aboriginal tools, such as the boomerang

 

  • Visiting the Art Museum and interpreting aboriginal cultural symbols

 

  • Taking a trip to town, where the food and music can not be beaten
  • Close contact with Michael Jorda
  • Meeting with the "great God" Michael Jordan and receiving personal guidance from the idol, is a dream of many people who love basketball. This summer, Beijing Aidi School received an invitation from the Jordan training camp in the United States to participate in basketball training. In the camp, students listened to Jordan sharing his personal basketball experience and enjoyed their idol demonstrating his basketball skills. This visit is a worthwhile venture and students of the Aidi International School Beijing, had a wonderful experience.

       Highlights included:

 

  • Experience American basketball culture and participate in professional training

 

  • Win the championship and receive Michael Jordan's autograph

 

 

Aidi High School’s Fantastic Graduation Trip

 

Graduation is not the end and graduates of Aidi International School China continued to enjoy all that Aidi offers through their remarkable Graduation Trip.  Students enjoyed a hike, toured the American West, and fully enjoyed Universal Studios. They also took a boat ride on the river, explored the Harry Potter Magic World, and visited Princess Diana's Alma Mat.

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