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Expat Report Review of Qingdao MTi International School in Qingdao, China was published
Review-of-Qingdao MTi International School
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Two Great Libraries, Gym, Playgrounds, Sports Field, Performance Hall, Dance Studio, Mac Computer Lab and Multiple PC Labs, 3 Main Buildings (Campus shared with private Chinese school), all classrooms have A/C, all buildings newly renovated

Extra-curricular include:

High school and middle school, boys and girls Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, MUN, Band, Choir, Chess club, Photography club, Student newspaper, Broadcasting, Service club, Recycling club and more.

High School Honors Programs including, National Honor Society and National English Honor Society.

Elementary children have many offerings for after school activities including; ballet, soccer, baseball, band, drawing, Chinese games, Chinese dance, Korean games, computer usage and much more.

There are buses available to students after, after-school activities. (Continue)

Expat Report Review of Qingdao MTI International School in Qingdao, China was published
Review-of-Qingdao MTI International School
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Fully equipped campus with gym and sports field with sports programs, music and drama programs, MUN, and other clubs (Continue)
Expat Report Living in Qingdao, China was published
Living-in-Qingdao
What activities, clubs and organizations would you recommend to newcomers to help them meet others?
There's always great live music at several venues around town, and organisations like Hash House Harriers and Qingdao Expat have weekly and monthly events where you can get to know loads of people from China and abroad. The essential guide to getting involved in Qingdao is the redSTAR magazine and website - they host monthly events which are always a blast (also free and open to all), and they also bring fresh international talent to the city a few times each year. You can sign in at www.myredstar.com to receive email notifications about events and great things to do (free and otherwise) throughout the city, as well as directory listings for entertainment and services. (Continue)
Expat Report Living in Qingdao, China was published
Living-in-Qingdao
What activities, clubs and organizations would you recommend to newcomers to help them meet others?
The locals say that you have not experienced Qingdao until you have hiked LaoShan and sampled some of its mythical waters or world renowned TsingTao Brew. (Continue)
Expat Report Living in Qingdao, China was published
Living-in-Qingdao
What activities, clubs and organizations would you recommend to newcomers to help them meet others?
The foreign community in Qingdao has lunches every Wednesday at noon, monthly dinner nights and other activities. Schedule is published in The Qingdao Expat and Redstar magazines. (Continue)
Expat Report Living in Qingdao, China was published
Living-in-Qingdao
What activities, clubs and organizations would you recommend to newcomers to help them meet others?
The expat community is very active here. There is a newsletter called "The Qingdao Expat" that connects us. There is a weekly lunch which is a good place to start getting connected. (Continue)

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