Improve Your Chinese Language Skills at Silk Mandarin's Summer Camp

By That's Shanghai, April 1, 2019

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Silk Mandarin is hosting a three-week summer camp for students aged 13-17. Not only is the camp designed to improve Mandarin skills but it is sure to give teens memories they will cherish for the rest of their lives.

The camp is fully immersive, which means campers will not only learn Chinese language but they’ll also get a firsthand understanding of local culture. Throughout the three-week camp, campers will also make lifelong friends with teens from China and abroad.

Silk Mandarin’s Summer Camp is for teenagers between 13 and 17 years old.

Full Immersion in Ancient Chinese Culture

There will be plenty of time to experience China and its colorful culture, including kung fu classes

Professional kung fu masters will teach children the ancient art of kung fu at the famous Dengfeng Academy. The scenery is amazing and they’ll never forget the famous Shaolin Temple.

Improve Your Chinese Language Skills at Silk Mandarin's Summer Camp

Learn Chinese with Just One Rule

Silk Mandarin’s groundbreaking Slow Motion Technique is what differentiates them from other language schools, as it teaches Chinese with just one rule instead of dozens.

Watch the video below to learn more!

Start Dates & Options

Silk Mandarin’s Summer Camp has three sessions. Each runs for three weeks:

  • June 24

  • July 15

  • August 5

You can choose between two options:

  • Full-Time Camp (accommodation included)

  • Day-Time Camp (accommodation not included)

Improve Your Chinese Language Skills at Silk Mandarin's Summer Camp

Special Promotion

Students can apply for Silk Mandarin’s Summer Camp either on their own or in a group:

  • If 2 students register together, they will get a discount of 10 percent

  • If 3 students register together, they will get a discount of 15 percent

  • If 5 students register together, they will get a discount of 20 percent

Only 10 spots are available for each session. This promotion is valid until Monday April 15.

Scan the QR code below to get more information about the camp:

Silk Mandarin Summer Camp

[Images via Silk Mandarin]


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