Blogging for and about Youth Work and Young People

Courtesy of Tama Leaver

Courtesy of Tama Leaver

Wow! At last our Chinese partners, the Shandong Youth Federation, have confirmed that they will be coming to the UK on the return leg of the Youth Exchange we’ve organised! Some of you may recall that last year was the first opportunity we had to take a group of young people to China. They blogged about their experiences as well as creating a short film that they showed at the beginning of this year to a wide audience. We have always been aiming to host an incoming group and this will be the first time that our partners are sending young people instead of a group of youth work staff. As ever communications have been difficult (something we are hoping to clarify when the group is here) and it has taken some time to get confirmation of their visit.

Two of the young people from last autumns group are organising the programme for the Chinese group, including homestays, and we are hoping to blog on the West Sussex Youth Service Chinese Exchange Blog whilst they are here. So if you’re keen to keep an eye on our exploits then please log in from 3rd August onwards.

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Comments on: "Chinese Exchange Group Returns!" (2)

  1. hi there, I’ve come across your blog when glancing over various websites, and thought it’s going to be a cool idea if you can also share your group’s experiences with us here at the Chinese Civilisation Centre, City University of Hong Kong. I’m a Research Fellow here at the Centre and helping them run this blog:
    http://www.english.cciv.cityu.edu.hk/blog
    We’re trying to get more people involved with the blogging – anything relating to Chinese culture or perhaps some cross-cultural issues that you guys may face will do, so please keep in touch and would be cool to hear from you.
    Klaudia

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