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Summer programs 2019

I am not personally familiar with any of these programs, but when they email me I will post information about them.

Utah Chinese Dual Language Immersion camp

The Youth Education Center and Confucius Institute at the U of U organize a Chinese DLI Summer Camp for the coming 2nd to 6th grade Chinese DLI students from July 29 to August 2 in five locations in Utah. The summer camp hours are from 9 to 12 daily for those five days. Here is the registration website for this camp in which you can find more details about it.

This camp is not only a fun one with a lot of hands-on activities for DLI students to review their Chinese during summer time but also serves a purpose to help Utah State Board of Education to train the new coming guest teachers in Utah. Each class will have an experienced DLI master teacher and possibly few guest teachers as helpers to teach Chinese literacy and cultural lessons.

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Early Bird Discount until May 24!
NYC Immersive Summer Day Camp Program

Toddlers (ages 2-3)   

Kids (4-7 years old)
 Teens (8-14 years old)
Designed and tailored for different age groups ranging from 2 to 14, China Institute’s Children’s Summer Day Camp Program offers instruction in Chinese language, history, literature and culture in an exciting and interactive environment to students of all proficiency levels.
Children will participate in various Chinese cultural activities, such as calligraphy, sports, theater, arts and crafts, storytelling, and cooking. Weekly field trips on Fridays give your child the opportunity to travel to New York City’s cultural institutions which will give your child a chance to enjoy the summer sun.
Session 1: 7/8-7/19
Session 2: 7/22-8/2
Session 3: 8/5-8/16
For questions, email Jingrong Yao, or call (212)-744-8181, ext. 143


Summer camp at Frontiers Academy, Anaheim, California

Each Day Will Be Filled With Mandarin, Spanish, & English

Looking for a camp that provides a rich and rewarding learning-filled summer?

No previous language skills necessary, just a willingness to join in the fun!

Click below for more information

Summer Camp 2019 Flyer

Campers will be grouped by language ability in the morning to experience an academic language immersion program in Mandarin, English, and Spanish.  Then they will join together for exciting weekly themes and camp activities.

PRESCHOOL (ages 2-4, fully potty trained)

ELEMENTARY (ages 5-10)



Silk Mandarin Language Institute, Shanghai






Sky Kids Mandarin camp in Taiwan

My notes here.

2019 Sky Kids Mandarin Immersion Camps @ Taiwan

After 5 years of running our own Mandarin camps and enrichment programs in San Francisco, we are ready to take Mandarin Immersion and Cultural Exchange to the next level in 2019!


1) Provide a culturally immersive environment for students to learn and practice Mandarin with local children and teachers.

2) Continue to provide fun and effective ways to learn and practice Mandarin!


1) Setup school-year programs with K-6th grade schools in the greater Taipei area that allow foreign students to attend classes alongside local Taiwanese students.

2) Work with local schools in the greater Taipei area that will offer their own Summer Camps.


1) Similar learning framework and method as that of Sky Kids (i.e. project-based, fun, and interactive learning).

2) Public/private schools with quality programs in the greater Taipei area, instruction in Mandarin only (no bi-lingual or international schools).

Local Support

1) For parents who are traveling with students joining our program in Taiwan, you will have access to local customer support to help answer questions related to travel, food, living, and/or local activities for parents and kids.

2) Students that are 9 or older can opt for our homestay add-on package. Our host families are reviewed and selected by us, just like in San Francisco, and some of them have also attended in our San Francisco-based Sky Kids camps. (N.B. Parents cannot stay with host families but you are welcome to visit them!).

More info here.

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