Photogallery Term 4 2015

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Dec

VYLC Students - Photogallery 5 Print E-mail

VYLC students spend a week in Pak Lap Hong Kong, learn Chinese painting, and learn how to make traditional Chinese dumplings after a trip to the market to collect ingredients.

VYLC Students in China
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28

Nov

Goodbye to Our Term 4 Students from Our 4-Week On Campus Program Print E-mail
We say goodbye to our Term 4 - "4-Week" Program student teams from Mallacoota P-12 College, Bright P12 College, Sandringham College and Frankston High School

Snowy River Campus Student Teams - 4 Week Program T4 2015

 

25

Nov

On-Campus - Highlights of Weeks 2 & 3 Print E-mail
Four Week Program - Weeks 2 & 3
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18

Nov

VYLC Students - Photogallery 4 Print E-mail
VYLC Students in China

VYLC students in Longshen and Yangshou and community service in a local village.

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11

Nov

VYLC Students - Photogallery 3 Print E-mail
VYLC Students in China

VYLC students hiking and swimming around Zengcheng, and some photos of where students are staying.

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