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The Red Shirt Takeover

Today, there was a red shirt takeover down in Middlebury, Vermont!

The Chinese Academy—in one large exodus—swarmed into the small town of Middlebury, where they had the chance to check out the school and get a taste for the local culture of the small town.

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Beijing Academy Student Posts from July 18!

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Beijing Academy Student Posts from July 17!

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The process of cooking and eating Salmorejo—A cultural experience in the kitchen

One of the most important aspects of culture is food. What and how we eat is very important. Cooking is a quintessential part of our lives, and we know that besides tasting, eating, and cooking are also some of the funniest activities you can do when you experience a different culture.

AMONG BREAD AND TRENCHES

 

Last weekend we visited a bakery in Alfacar, a small town close to the city of Granada. Alfacar is widely regarded as having the best bread in the whole province, so we decided to go there to learn the secrets of its popular flavor.

Learning by exploring: Today we are tour guides!

Last Saturday we had an amazing time walking around the B, the historical and beautiful neighborhood (declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO) where the ‘Colegio’ is located. As an activity during our Academic classes on Saturday, we had the opportunity to visit touristic sites, cultural places and beautiful buildings with stunning architecture which are the living example of the rich and broad cultural heritage of the city of Granada.

Tong Chen: Captured???

This morning, the Chinese Academy was ambushed: Tong Chen—the Academy’s Language Director—was kidnapped and captured by the French Academy!

For those who didn’t see the “BREAKING NEWS” post, the French Academy ambushed and surprised everyone when they captured Tong Chen in the middle of the Chinese Academy’s morning assembly.

It was—in every sense—a defeat on the side of the Chinese Academy. The French now have the upper hand!

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