Service Learning Program in Congjiang (Since 2018)

Service Learning Program in Congjiang (Since 2018)2021-02-22T14:51:21+08:00

Cheng Yu Tung College (CYTC) follows the Macao government project to help Congjiang county, Guizhou province of Mainland China, CYTC has started the captioned Service-Learning Program since 2018. Every year, CYTC will select about 10 students for the program. After a series of training, the CYTC teacher will lead them to Congjiang for a one-week service-learning trip. They will provide voluntary teaching and activities in local primary schools, as well as to learn local minority cultures, such as the Miao tribe, Dong tribe, etc.

CYTC students taught the children in Congjiang in December 2018

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