Qingdao Expats, Joy Lewis and family are from the UK and have lived in China for 12 YEARS! Joy also studied at New Century in Tianjin in 2004. With such expertise in Chinese, Joy offered us fellow expats a fast-track method on getting repeat prescriptions at the Qingdao Municipal Hospital and was gracious to share these details on Qingdao Expat Survival Guide. Amazed at such detailed information on getting repeat prescriptions at the Qingdao Municipal Hospital (Chinese part), I was curious how was her Chinese SO good. She explained that because they lived in a remote part of China for 7 years, she was forced her to learn enough Chinese to negotiate entrance into Chinese schools and the Chinese hospital system. Her kids are in the 5th and 6th grade and go to a local Chinese school here in Qingdao. Thank you, Joy! Continue reading “Getting a prescription at the Qingdao Municipal Hospital”
A taste of Europe in Qingdao
We have family coming into town next month, and I realized I don’t have a single organized list on things to do in Qingdao! The Qingdao Catholic Church will definitely be on the list as one of our stops. This Qingdao landmark rests in Old Town, the German area west of Qingdao. Continue reading “Qingdao Catholic Church, Things to do in Qingdao”
CAMP COOK offers English cooking classes over the summer for children ages 6-12 years old. Children learn how to create delicious sweets and savory dishes while practicing their English!
CAMP COOK （烹饪夏令营）将在这个夏天为6 – 12 岁的孩子们提供 美式英语烹饪课程。他们将在学习制作美味甜 品和可口菜肴的同时， 学习英语知识，锻炼口语能力。 Continue reading “Camp Cook-Kids Summer English Cooking Classes”