Yao Class Outings in Spring 2010
May 17,2010 Views: 0
Yao Class students from different grades carried out some colorful outings in late spring.
Yao Class 60, the graduating class went on a short pleasure trip on April 24th. During the pottery activity in the morning, they made some masterpieces on their first try. In the afternoon, they brought outdoor camping equipments with them and headed for the suburbs. All of them enjoyed the fun of DIY, pursued the delight in flying kites and experienced the leisure of fishing. They were very relaxed and happy being far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Yao Class 60 Spring Outing Group Photo
On April 30th, Yao Class 90 visited the Shidu Scenic Area, which is located at the southwestern part of Beijing. As they climbed the Qingquan Hill, held an absolute DIY campfire party and went rafting the next day, they strengthened their friendship in a cooperative spirit. They also encountered with some students from Tsinghua, which made the outing even more interesting.
Yao Class 90 Spring Outing Group Photo
Yao Class 70 went to the Summer Palace on a cloudless weekend. The peaceful sceneries of the Suzhou Street, pretty similar to those in southern Chinese riverside towns greatly impressed them. They enjoyed themselves to the full at the grand “banquet of snacks” on the ship on the Kunming Lake.
Yao Class 70 Spring Outing Group Photo
Getting close to nature with the vigor of spring, students felt the charm of spring. Through these activities, they found each other more lovely and full of team spirit in the big family of Yao Class.