William & Mary

Chinese Culture Summer Camps

  • Summer Camp 2017
    Summer Camp 2017  Volunteer Teacher Lianghao Liu teaches students Chinese martial arts.  
  • Summer Camp 2017
    Summer Camp 2017  Volunteer Teacher Kaiyan Gao teaches students to draw cherries with Chinese brushes and pigments.  
  • Summer Camp 2016
    Summer Camp 2016  Volunteer teachers, Mengxia Zhang and Yanmin Liu, teach students how to make Chinese crafts.  
  • Summer Camp 2016
    Summer Camp 2016  Volunteer Teacher Lu Yang teaches a traditional Chinese board game.  
  • Summer Camp 2016
    Summer Camp 2016  Students enjoy writing auspicious words in Chinese calligraphy.  
  • Summer Camp 2016
    Summer Camp 2016  Students fold paper frogs under the guidance of volunteer teacher Mengxia Zhang.  
  • Chinese Lessons, 2015
    Chinese Lessons, 2015  Volunteer Teacher Xiaojing Zou teaches basic Chinese greetings on the first day of camp.  
  • Chinese Painting, 2015
    Chinese Painting, 2015  Students take turns practicing Chinese Painting by drawing panda bears with watercolors.  
  • Calligraphy, 2015
    Calligraphy, 2015  Volunteer Teacher Feng Wang demonstrates proper Calligraphy for Chinese Numerals  
  • Papercutting, 2014
    Papercutting, 2014  Xuewei Hou and students show their paper-cutting works.  
  • Taiji, 2014
    Taiji, 2014  Students practice the taiji movement known as 'white crane spreads wings'.  
  • Chinese Game, 2014
    Chinese Game, 2014  Dandan Jin teaches the students how to play a Chinese game.  
  • Chinese Numbers, 2014
    Chinese Numbers, 2014  Dandan Jin teaches the students how to write Chinese numbers.  
  • Group Photo, 2014
    Group Photo, 2014  Students and instructors pose for a group photo.  
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Chinese Summer Break Camps at William and Mary Confucius Institute are designed for youngsters ages 6-12. Over the course of five days, children get to enjoy time with Chinese teachers while learning about Chinese culture, games, and language! Camp participants will enjoy learning about Chinese martial arts like Taiji and Kungfu, crafts like calligraphy, painting, origami, and paper-cutting, singing and music with instruments like the Pipa and Erhu, as well as languge phrases for beginners. Camp sessions are held from 10 am to noon each day. Space is limited appropriately each year.