Bound for China & Hong Kong (from left to right): XIUNING: Kate Rosenberg (Ezra Stiles ’18), XIUNING: Gabi Scarpa (Benjamin Franklin ’18), NEW ASIA COLLEGE: Lily Engbith (Davenport ’17), LINGNAN: Brittany Smith (Berkeley ’18), NEW ASIA COLLEGE: Anne Zlatow (Benjamin Franklin ’18), LINGNAN: Eric Lin (Morse ’18), YALI: Nicole Sánchez Astupuma (Pauli Murray ’18) and YALI: Matt Coetzee (Ezra Stiles ’18).
The 2018-2020 Yale-China Fellows had a short orientation after graduation, then they will meet in August in Hong Kong for a longer session with current Fellows in the field, before heading to their sites.
活動行程包含與書屋環島的小朋友共進午餐>常春藤校友會內部單車競賽Ivy Bike Trip 15km>校友會晚餐餐敘，敬邀各校友會校友及親朋好友們踴躍參與
費 用: $1000 (午晚餐餐費+保險, 不包含腳踏車)
You are cordially invited to join the first “2018 Ivy Bike Trip” in collaboration with the Kids’ Bookhouse Foundation, a remarkable charity group supporting more than 2,000 underprivileged children in Taidong for more than a decade. This year, our Ivy Club schools have the honor to fully sponsor this bike trip for 30+ participants from the charity group and to fulfill the dreams of these kids’ lifetimes. Thanks to the countless support of each Ivy Club, we are able to witness the continual impact of our charitable effort from Ivy Ball 2017 and expand our mission to “Make Taiwan a Better Place.”
The itinerary schedule is as follows:
1)Lunch with the participants from the Kids’ Bookhouse > 2)Ivy Bike Trip 15km(Yilan section only) > 3)Alumni dinner gathering at Bergamo Restaurant.
Please kindly extend our invitation to friends and families of the Ivy Club alumni community.
Date/Time: Sunday, August 12, 2018 from 11am to 7pm
Meetup Point: Yilan Toucheng Railroad Station at 11am
Fees: $1000 (lunch+dinner+insurance, exclude bike rental)
Deadline: July 15th, 2018
請連結以下報名網址勾選 (NTD250/day for a Merida Speeder)
Left and bottom right photos, Xiuning High School students performed Annie to a full house in Anhui Province. Top right photo, Once Upon a Mattress presented at Yali High School before 2,000 attendees in May.
It’s become an extraordinary tradition at our two partner high schools in China. Over the past decade, Yale-China fellows have worked for months with their students and their schools to produce American-style high school musicals, complete with hand-made costumes, choreography, cheering audiences and exuberant spirit! The Lion King, The Wizard of Oz, Bye Bye Birdie, The Sound of Music and others have become a much-anticipated event every spring. Beyond the fun, beyond classroom work, the musicals are an important part of the fellows’ contribution to their students’ impressive fluency in English language and understanding of American society.