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Annual Baltimore City High School Chinese Embassy Trip

June 6th, 2019 It is a yearly tradition that BXSCC collaborates with schools in Baltimore city to bring students to visit the Chinese Embassy in D.C., to expand their horizon and learn more of China. On June 6th, BXSCC collaborated with Bard High School Early College and brought 24 exceptional students who are currently taking Chinese class from the 9th grade to 12th grade levels to visit the Chinese Embassy. The visit was followed by an authentic Chinese lunch in a restaurant located in Baltimore’s old Chinatown. The students expressed that it was an eye-opening experience, that the forum held after the guided tour helped them gain an in-depth understanding of modern China, and that they look forward to future opportunities to study or work in China.

The BXSCC Celebrates Chinese Language and Culture Education Initiatives in Baltimore

Tuesday, May 21st &Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 On May 21st and 23rd, the BXSCC collaborated with Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (Poly) and Bard High School Early College (Bard), respectively, to host award ceremonies to recognize dedicated Chinese language and culture learners across grade levels. Students were each awarded a certificate and a gift card, with the aim of better encouraging Baltimore students to further their study of Chinese language and culture.

The awardees from Poly were Larissa Morales-Ramirez (10th), Quincy Riley (10th), Kayla N. Sullivan (10th), and Angelo Antonio S. Velasco (10th). The awardees from Bard were Nick Huette (9th), Dublin Padaloy (9th), Faith Maduka (10th), Jasmine Grossman (11th), and Peter MacKinnon (12th).

Congratulation to these students for all their accomplishments!


Monday, February 11th, 2019 On February 11th, Baltimore Sister Cities held an international screening of short animated films created by artists working and/or residing in Baltimore and in Baltimore’s Sister Cities. Sister Cities Animated, which featured 20 short films, was curated by award-winning animator and animation scholar Lynn Tomlinson, with help from assistant curator Safiyah Cheatam. The screening’s “Student Award” was awarded to “The Burning of the King Boat” by Xiamen Academy of Arts and Design, Fuzhou University student Kai Gao.

Baltimore Sister Cities General Meeting and Holiday Potluck

January 11th, 2019 BXSCC members joined fellow members of Baltimore Sister Cities at our annual general meeting to cast ballots on our 2018 Accomplishments, 2019 Plan, and 2019 leadership team. Holiday festivities as well as a multi-prize raffle of donated items followed.