My 2020 Host Family Experience

Last year, I had my friend from UWC Changshu China, Multy, and his family host me during Chinese New Year in Suzhou. I labelled that experience as one of my most immersive insights into contemporary Chinese culture and the most enjoyable experiences I’ve had in China. This year, I was assigned another host family from Suzhou. And I think it wasn’t until I found myself reading through a magazine from 19

This is Probably the Craziest Class Schedule you Have ever Seen

The epidemic in 2020 all of sudden brought teachers and students even closer to the world of the Internet.  Before teachers came to realize that they have no choice but to rely heavily on technology in order to run virtual classes while stuck at home, they couldn’t believe that they became “popular online streamers” so quickly.

With Challenge Comes Opportunity

The unexpected health epidemic turned distance learning into reality at UWC Changshu China in February 2020. The UWC Changshu China Distance Learning Program (DLP) aspires to be a rigorous academic and pastoral program designed to accommodate the lack of the physical presence of students and faculty at school. With the support of technology, faculty are encouraged to be creative, with the  goal of c

16 March 2020
1500 Masks with Love from Bangladesh

For UWC students, we believe, united with a heart of love, we can be stronger.

24 February 2020
Under the Epidemic, We Witnessed the Power of a United World

Working together and seeing the same smile on the faces of different colors, we are proud to be UWCers.

In this difficult period of time, what should we do?

A letter to community members from Mark Wang, founder and Chair of the Board of UWC Changshu China

17 February 2020
Power of Music, Diversity and Community

16 December 2019

On Oct. 20th, Yushan Academy Centre for Design and Innovation X BreakLine together took UWC and local students on a "safari" to explore global frontier food innovations and technologies within one day of experiential workshop.

12 December 2019
A British teacher moved from the heart | Project Week  

Below is a poem written by Su Yin Chan, an English teacher from UK, who joined the Project Week, to express her gratitude.

Learning to Invent the Future

"Your school should twist your mind. It should flip your world view."

04 December 2019
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