Autumn is SCHOOL CAMP season in Hong Kong. The weather’s fine and dry, slightly cooler. It's the perfect time for our upper primary and secondary school students to kayak, rappel, gorge walk, team build, stay up late, eat white bread and mystery meats, and of course wear the same t-shirt for four days straight! But... Continue Reading →
The Professional Kid – too big to fail?
Q: How many Hong Kong kids does it take to screw in a light bulb? A: Is that with or without a tutor? There’s a sad/funny story going round about the parents at an international school here in Hong Kong. The school in question is considered one of the most well-regarded, expensive and academically rigorous... Continue Reading →