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December 12, 2018
school trip to Japan

Why Japan is a top overseas school trip destination

The thought of organizing a faculty trip to China might be daunting, but The Learning Adventure is here to help. We specialize in bespoke, subject-orientated trips across China, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and our team of experts strives to provide you with the perfect faculty trip tailored to your needs. We’ve narrowed down all the highlights of all of our China trips to show you our top 5 experiences.
December 5, 2018
school trip to thailand

What can a school trip to Thailand offer your students?

November 30, 2018
mandarin school trip to China

How your students can learn Mandarin with The Chairman’s Bao

November 16, 2018
School trip to China

The perfect study abroad tour to China for your students

You don’t need to be a Mandarin teacher to consider taking your students on a study abroad tour to China (although language trips to China are a great way to learn!). As one of the world’s most ancient countries and one of the forerunners in modern-day developments, China has an abundance of educational opportunities on offer. Whether you’re an elementary teacher or a college professor, there’s a perfect study abroad tour waiting for you. 
November 5, 2018

Faculty-led trips to China: The top 5 experiences

The thought of organizing a faculty trip to China might be daunting, but The Learning Adventure is here to help. We specialize in bespoke, subject-orientated trips across China, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and our team of experts strives to provide you with the perfect faculty trip tailored to your needs. We’ve narrowed down all the highlights of all of our China trips to show you our top 5 experiences.
November 2, 2018
culture school trip to China

A Student’s Tips for Preparing For a China Trip

If you’re not really sure how to prepare for a China trip, here’s a quick list of some things you should consider before you go, based on my personal experience on an educational tour.
October 31, 2018

Boston University Zhangjiajie Adventure

Boston University’s Summer Study Abroad Program took a trip to Zhangjiajie with The Learning Adventure. Students ventured into what are now known as the ‘Avatar’ mountains (renamed after the film!) for three days of hiking and a walk across the world’s longest and highest glass bridge. The trip ended in Fenghuang - a perfectly preserved ancient town, placed within a stunning landscape and said to be one of the most picturesque settlements in China.
October 31, 2018

Now is the time for your students to visit the Tibetan Plateau

In early June our Head of Education, Haena Kim, went on a routine inspection of our service project site in rural Sichuan, on the Tibetan plateau. Upon her return, she felt compelled to get the word out about this program so she set about writing this blog for us, documenting her journey there and what she found.
October 31, 2018

Teach Mandarin with Rap | Teachers’ Corner

Adam Moorman, a Chinese language teacher, rapper and contributor to the Guardian Weekly, launched The Mandarin Rap Podcast to help students learn Chinese with rap. The new teaching & learning tool places a stronger emphasis on speaking and listening: developed in light of recent changes to the Mandarin Chinese GCSE.
October 19, 2018

Confucius Institute Event Interview

The Confucius Institute is a nonprofit one of the world’s most influential Mandarin learning institutions with over 500 centres in 6 continents. The Dragon Trip's COO, William Ace Rowles was recently invited to be one of the panellists at The Confucius Institute’s first Global Confucius Institute Shandong Culture & Tourism Summit. We sat down with him to ask about his experience being one of the speakers at the event.