BLCU RISH Shanghai Learning Center
BLCU RISH Shanghai Learning Center Programs
This exciting program is centered on language and cultural immersion, allowing you to practice Chinese in a real world setting with native speakers. Take advantage of an
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BLCU RISH Shanghai Learning Center Reviews
I like everything in this camp!
Submitted by Virgie Leah | November 20, 2017
I have learnt Chinese for 5 years, and participated in the RISH summer camp last year. The campsite was in the Shanghai Fudan university, top 3 school in China, I was so happy to be here to study. After the assessment test I was put into a group with 3 other students. Each morning we had 3 hours general course. Then we had lunch in school cafeteria. We always had a lot of choices of dishes. I was very satisfied about this because I loved Chinese food so I could try different dishes every day. In the afternoon we went out for excursion or we had Chinese classes like debates, role playing, listening exercise etc. After class we had sports like football, basketball, table tennis, and some special Chinese sports like collective rope skipping, ti jian zi. We had to do homework after dinner. Tutor helped me to do some revisions, or answered my questions, or did some themed reading. All this was 1 on 1, it was so great! Finally we had a trip to Hangzhou and Wuzhen. I adored the musical show on the West Lake! I wish I could come back to this camp again, everything here was just so great!
Submitted by Nina | November 20, 2017
I was very worried about food before I came to Shanghai, because I do not eat pork but I heard that a lot of Chinese dishes are made from pork. But finally with RISH Chinese camp this is not a problem! They have several school canteens, each one has a lot of dishes. We can choose anything we want for each meal. RISH counselors always very carefully explained to me which one is made from pork and which one is not. I tried a lot of different Chinese dishes and I love niu rou bao zi ! Thank you!
Amazing experience in Shanghai
Submitted by Julius Reuben | November 20, 2017
It was my first time to go to China, everything for me was mysterious. When I arrived at Pudong airport, there was a very friendly RISH staff holding a pickup board with my name already waiting for me outside. Then he sent me to the campsite by car. He knew that it was my first time to China so he talked a lot about the camp, the city and so on. It made me less nervous because of far away from home. The reception hall is at the lobby of a university campus hotel. When I arrived, there are RISH staff helping me check in and introduce my roommate to me. In everyday life, the camp counselors are always there to help me with everything, which makes me feel at ease. Many thanks to RISH summer camp team! I will recommend this camp to my friends!
Great experience in RISH summer camp
Submitted by George Delbert | November 20, 2017
I am 15 years old from Germany. It was my first time to travel alone. Before I come to this summer camp, I’m afraid that there will not many people with similar age as myself. However, the age range of students in this camp is very similar to me. I was very happy in this camp, and made a lot of friends from Ireland, France, Canada, Indonesia, Spain. It was an amazing experience that everyone comes from different countries, but they all speak Chinese!
Fantastic RISHBLCU Chinese summer camp!
Submitted by Locklyn Joni | November 20, 2017
My children attended the RISH Chinese summer camp last year. I stayed with them for the first several days. The campsite is in SJTU, a very famous China’s university. We just lived in the university’s hotel, we can find everything right on campus. There are also a lot of guest teachers, professors, students form other Chinese cities and also from foreign countries who come to this campus to attend the summer programs. I feel very safe for my children. My children have different levels of speaking and writing Chinese, they are assigned to different groups after a placement test on the first day, each group has 5 students. The learning materials are very different from other camps my children attended before. There are 12 levels, it covers almost all the levels. The point I have to recommend is the 1 on 1 Chinese tutoring every evening. The tutors can let students practice their oral 1 on 1, they also help them to answer their questions in the course of the morning class.
Thanks to RISH, my children improved their Chinese a lot after this summer camp.