19 April 2019

On March 22, a year after UWC Changshu China’s first annual Color Run in support of a charity fund in Kunming to help children infected with HIV, students of UWC Changshu China organized a second Color Run to raise awareness and understanding of children with autism. This year, more than 400 students, faculty, administrative staff and school leadership members, including Principal Pelham Lindfield Roberts, participated in the event. The Color Run was also mission driven. Twenty local children with autism and their families and other members of the Suzhou Autism Research Society joined the colorful run.

07 March 2019

At UWC Changshu China, we strive for a sporting culture in which learning from failure as well as success is central. We encourage students to take responsibility for their learning both individually and as teams through sports. We believe sports teach students life lessons and give them the opportunity to create new friendships and overcome challenges, rather than just focusing on wins or losses.


Basketball is one of the athletics Zhi Xing on our campus. With the last Basketball game day of the season passing on 12th of January, 2019, we are dedicating this issue to our basketball stars and their coaches. They share more about what are the benefits and challenges of being part of a team, what the sport taught them and how they learn to live UWC values through sports.

30 November 2018

In March 2018, a team of six students of UWC Changshu China who come from six different countries, participated in the two-day ASDAN regional business simulation competition in Shanghai, placing first out of 18 other schools and winning three additional accolades. Their achievement led them to the National Finals in August at Yale’s World Youth Economic Forum on a full scholarship.  Here they won the Best International Marketing Strategy Award and the Best Company Website Award; ranking 5th out of 45 other regional winners throughout China.

30 November 2018

How did Bruce Au, a UWC Hong Kong alumnus, transform from a kid who thought all white people spoke English to a graduate of MIT and Harvard University, then make a turn from Wall Street to education and philanthropic work in Hong Kong? He said, “In education, a return to the basics is perhaps needed to get ready for the future.” Would you agree? During the interview, Bruce shared the impact of his UWC experience on his studies, career and life.

18 September 2018

On September 1st, 570 students from over 100 countries and regions at UWC Changshu China and their advisors took part in the "Changshu Challenge", one of the activities during Orientation. It is designed to help members of the community get to know Changshu, their home away from home, and also get to know each other better outside the classrooms and campus.  Following clues and instructions, students and teachers, with limited budget, explored Fangta Garden, InCity, Xingfu Temple and the Changshu Library and Museum.  It was a day of fun, bonding and meaningful discoveries.  Anesu from Zimbabwe shared her reflection on the “Chanllenge”.