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  • What to Eat in Autumn

    Traditionally, autumn is the harvest season. It is the time for our bodies to harvest and gather energy for the colder months ahead. In autumn, the yang of summer gives into the growing yin energy of the approaching winter. There is less activity in the colder months, but more emphasis on substance, nurturing, and supporting and building our organs, fluids,

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  • Learn Before You Serve

    “Service:  An unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student and a collaborative and reciprocal engagement with the community in response to an authentic need.  The rights, dignity, and autonomy of all those involved are respected”-IB Organisation As The Hutong has continued to expand outside of mainland China to destinations that include Hong Kong to branch

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  • The Hutong’s Taiwan Hub

    Just as everything else in China, The Hutong has seen major growth since we first opened our doors in 2007.  This growth has included new destinations for educational programming, new programming options in older destinations, new partnerships with international schools, as well as new positions and opportunities to work with the company.  Another aspect of this growth is in The

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  • 72 Hours in Beijing

    To make sure you make the best of your time in Beijing, Flight Network has compiled a list of some of the most worthy places and tours in Beijing – we’re glad to say we made the list! Click here to see their recommendations.

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  • Spring Programs Recap 2018

    “Sir Cliff Richard’s main wish for his summer holidays was fun and laughter, and while some much needed R&R is surely the top order of the day, what if we can all challenge ourselves to learn or do something new this summer? A new skill perhaps? Or pushing our physical boundaries in someway? Because this is the same expectation that

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