Government Funded Exchange Progeramme



Shandong: Jinan, Qingdao


July 7th – July 31st

Living Expenses

Full board accommodation and local excursions are providedd


You will help run a series of fun activities for Chinese children and engage in cultural exchange workshops.

Programme Details

Time & Location

Contact hours

9:00 – 18:00

Breakfast: 8:00 – 9:00

Lunch:12:00 – 13:30

Dinner: 17:00 – 18:00


We will be touring in China over 2, 10 day programmes.

Once you have confirmed on the programme we will finalise your itinerary

There are 3/2 days free time between each session, you can travel by yourself or join local tours arranged by organisers.

Excursion options

Local tour provided

Other benefits

Chinese lessons, free city tours

Programme Details

Main purpose

Summer camp for Chinese and international students and Cultural exchange

Student details

20 – 25 students a class

7-19 years old

Various level of English

Pre-programme tranning

3 days


2 Chinese speaking student will be present in each class, helping translate during courses etc.

Speciality of the programme

Interacting with international students and teachers involved, cultural exchange and Chinese experience included.


Local temperature

Around 28 – 30 Celsius


On campus, three meals a day

Drinking water available


Standard Double Room(Hotel/School domitory)

Private Bathroom

Laundry (self-paid), Wifi, Air-conditioning available

Testimonial & Gallery


Have you ever wondered what sand worms taste like?

They’re DELICIOUS! Well, at least at the ones they serve at Xiamen, China of course, and no, sand worms don’t taste like chicken at all.

As part of my mission to maximise experiences before my time in this brief existence runs out, with great hesitation and apprehension, I packed me bags and flew to China for a month-long volunteering project.

Now whenever I tell people that I’m volunteering in China, the picture that forms in mind is usually that of me teaching English to poor, underprivileged kids up in the mountains or something. Although some of the volunteers have indeed been sent to rural areas, I was placed at Xiamen, which is one of the more affluent places in China (apparently the most environmentally clean in the whole of China as well!)

Hence, sorry to disappoint you but I have no experience of sharing toilets with snakes or scorpions 😛

So yeah! What have I been up to China?! Read more HERE

Henry Lee

Ambassador 2015, University of Oxford

I traveled to Shanghai, Qi Dong, Changsha and Xiamen. I taught English to the children of poor migrant workers, I taught children who’d never been to school before. I met people from Italy, South Africa, Hungary, Russia, Romania, Spain, Egypt, the UK and more. I learned Mandarin. I learned that even if I don’t feel 28, I am definitely 28. I learned that six weeks can feel like four life times and that jet lag is real and real serious. I’m irrevocably changed by what I’ve seen and felt in China.

I feel like I left one home for another. But I’ll return. Read more HERE

Anthony Swan

Lovvol Ambassador 2016

Camp Location & Local Attractions

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