Let's Meet Future camp a success

The "Let's Meet the Future" summer camp, launched by Shanghai Daily, attracted more than 160 students aged from 12 to 18 years old.

The “Let’s Meet the Future” summer camp, launched by Shanghai Daily, attracted more than 160 students aged from 12 to 18 years old.

From June 26 to July 27, the “young reporters” visited the Shanghai Film Museum, Guangfulin Relics Park, 3M China, Covestro Polymers Research and Development Center, Bright Dairy & Food East China Central Factory, KFC, GM’s Cadillac plant in Shanghai, Coca-Cola China, Shanghai Totole Food, Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao and Renaissance Yangtze Shanghai Hotel.

Courses were designed based on students’ needs, cognitive abilities and experience of innovative education.

Let's Meet Future camp a success
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Covestro Polymers Research and Development Center

Let's Meet Future camp a success
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GM’s Cadillac plant in Shanghai

They were carried out in various themes including media, scientific innovation, arts and environmental protection.

Multiple study and immersive activities were held to cultivate students’ comprehensive capabilities in writing, innovative thinking, art appreciation and practice.

The young reporters observed the mock production of the English-language newspaper and talked with Shanghai Daily journalists who showed them how the paper is edited and designed with special computer programs.

As one of the highlights, they also joined the first event of Shanghai Daily’s 20th anniversary series events “20 Years On: Responsibility & Innovation,” held in the plaza of the Shanghai Film Museum in Xuhui District, Jing’ansi Subdistrict in Jing’an District, Jiuting Town in Songjiang and Lujiazui Subdistrict in the Pudong New Area.

The “market series” features environmental protection-themed programs and games for residents provided by nine organizations.

It was a memorable summer holiday for young students.

A bright future is dependent on them as well as millions of youngsters.

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