2009 Beijing Summer Camp
Posted by: Tosic (IP Logged)
Date: March 31, 2009 11:53PM
Want to travel around in Beijing? Want to learn Chinese language? Want to experience Chinese culture? There is a chance for you right now.
We are TOSIC (Teach Or Study In China). Our annual Beijing Summer Tour registration starts NOW. This tour will get you a chance to learn Chinese language, experience Chinese culture, and travel around in the capital of China - Beijing.
This 2009 Beijing Summer Tour is organized the Beijing New Asia University and TOSIC International Education Group. This tour is not like the ones organized by any of those travel agencies. This is a tour designed for those who want to learn Chinese language and interested in Chinese culture.
The tour will starts on July 5, 2009, and will ends on July 26, 2009. We will also provide pick up service at Beijing Airport on July 5, 2009.
During those 21 days, all participants will get a chance to learn Chinese language, study Chinese traditional Arts, such as Chinese calligraphy, Chinese poetry, Chinese painting, and etc., from our experienced teachers, and of course, they will also get an opportunity to visit all those fascinating places in Beijing, such as The Great Wall, The Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, Olympics Village and many others...Also, it is important to note that all participants will live and study on campus during the camp.
As you might know, Beijing is a fast-growing metropolis, with a lot of miscellaneous spots and things worth of your visit, and it was the host city of the 2008 Olympic Games.
So, don't miss the fun. We will make this summer tour an unforgettable memory for you. If you are interested, please E-mail us at email@example.com
You can find more information about the tour including daily schedule of the camp, and photos from our previous tours, by visiting: [www.careerinchina.citymax.com]
Conducted by: TOSIC and Beijing New Asia University
Camp data: July 05, 2009—July 26, 2009
Age: No Limit
Fee: $1490 USD/person (student); $1390 USD/person (chaperone). Including tuition and accommodation fees, meals, textbook fees, tourist tickets and insurance fees.
*For group discounts, please contact us.