YCIS Debuted Disney’s Dual Languages Mulan
The school community had eagerly awaited the annual musical extravaganza. With special permission from Disney, Yew Chung International School (YCIS) was the first school outside the US to perform Mulan – Dual Language Edition. YCIS promotes bilingual proficiency, English and Chinese; this production embodied our philosophy. Over 70 performers of various ages came from its Primary and Secondary sections, which included actors, singers, instrumentalists and backstage support.
Busy and Fun Founder’s Day
The 4th YCIS Founder’s Day took place on October 9 and all of the activities were once again held on our Secondary campus. The PE, Art, Science and Music staff stepped up to organise a number of fun, wide-ranging, interactive and engaging activities for all the students:
YCIS Attends Inaugural International Schools Festival
YCIS’s Admissions Team and Co-Principals gathered at the inaugural International Schools Festival on September 26. The event at the JW Marriott was co-organised by SCMP’s Education Post and Top Schools. Over 3000 parents attended the event with more than 30 schools and education providers also in attendance.
Duo Terlizzi – Violinist and Pianist from Italy
Invited by Yew Chung Fellows-in-Residence Division and YALC, renowned Italian violinist Marco Terlizzi and pianist Raffaele Terlizzi visited YCIS Hong Kong from September 23 to 26. Besides being professors at the “V. Bellini” Conservatory of Music Catania Italy, the Terlizzi brothers have performed throughout the world and have given many masterclasses in world famous music conservatories. A famous review once said, “The Terlizzi brothers manifest a poetic sensitive nature, a strong temperament and an enchanting capacity of communicating.”
Impressive IGCSE Results 2015
Students of YCIS – Secondary once again proved their academic excellence with another year of outstanding accomplishments in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations. In 2015, four YCIS students received straight As (A* and A) in ELEVEN subjects and four other students received TEN straight As (A* and A).