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  • Happy Shakespeare Day!

    Much loved around the globe for his provocative plays and sonnets that mirror the drama of human predicament, English poet and playwright William Shakespeare features in school curriculums worldwide. People from all walks have been to the theatre to enjoy his plays from Romeo and Juliet to Macbeth and Hamlet and demand for his printed works is incessant.

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  • Why You Need More than Good Grades to Win University Spots – 3xpert Tips

    Filling out university applications can be a daunting process for students and parents alike, with tremendous pressure on students to succeed.

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  • Meet the Judges: YCYW Composition Competition

    Yew Chung International School of Beijing students recently took part in the Yew Chung Yew Wah (YCYW) Composition Competition.

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  • Back to E-Learning, Empowered and Prepared

    With students and teachers getting acclimated to the prospect of on-campus learning after spending most of 2020 online, YCIS Beijing's pivot back to E-Learning in January was met with much disappointment by all.

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  • 3 school clubs that serve up stocks, photos, tea

    As youngsters we all develop a number of interests through exposure to new activities, meeting new people and travelling during family holidays. Interests may be diverse, ranging from sports to the arts, or even academic, with some drawn to science or maths.

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  • Young scientists shine at YCIS Beijing symposium

    "A scientific discovery is only as good as its communication" - Dr Noelle Cutter

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  • Happy Year of the Ox!

    YCIS Beijing wishes our school community a Happy Chinese New Year!

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  • Celebrating Chinese New Year at YCIS Beijing

    We are so proud of our Primary school students and teachers for an entertaining and successful Chinese New Year Concert as part of the YCIS Beijing CNY celebrations. 

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  • How Hoodies Brought Together an IB Class

    The class of 2020 experienced what some may label the most challenging year of their academic lives due to COVID-19, but their successors, this year's seniors (Years 12 and 13), have to live with the aftermath of the virus disruptions. With limited activities on campus, students have fewer opportunities to bond and get to know one another. Unsurprisingly, when Mr Jonathan Mellen, Secondary Co-ordinator and University Guidance Counsellor came up with the idea for students to apply themselves to community service and unity through something as simple as their clothes, students were excited. Enter: the YCIS hoodie project.

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