TEDA International School students meet the US Ambassador

TEDA International School students meet the US Ambassador at AmCham event about Environment and Urban planning.

Andrew (7th grade), Becky (8th grade), Minju and Jack (10th grade), represented TEDA International school during the event called “The Cities We Live In: Good, Natural, and Social Environments”, hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce, at St. Regis Hotel. They had the opportunity to meet Mr. Terry Branstad, Ambassador of the US, Mr. Ma Jun, Founder and Director of the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Mr Qindong Liang, Vice President of Buildings and Places at AECOM. They also presented some of the works of art developed by 6th, 7th and 8th grade students during the Tianjin Recycling Educational Challenge week. Here are some pictures of the event.

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