Forty Australian high school children, 18 from the Clarence Valley with their leaders at Coronado, San Diego in 2005.
Forty Australian high school children, 18 from the Clarence Valley with their leaders at Coronado, San Diego in 2005.

Cultural attaches



AN opportunity exists for adventurous young people to spend 13 days experiencing the cultural highlights of China.

They will visit Shanghai, Zi-an and Beijing with trips to the Great Wall of China, the Jade Buddha Temple, the Beijing Zoo, Tiananmen Square and the Shanghai Grand Theatre just to name a few.

It will leave in April 2007 and is organised through Educational World Travel and led by Mary Wilcox and high school teacher Brendan Cookson.

"In January this year, we travelled with 18 students from five high schools in the Clarence Valley to California, USA," Ms Wilcox said.

"The kids were great ambassadors for Australia," she said.

For more information and regis- tration please call 66425775.



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