Cultural Exploration to the Hidden Tribes


Our Cultural program to remote Guizhou offers students a chance to explore mysterious cultures hidden in the deep mountains, Students work hard to learn Dong people’s traditional songs called Grand choirs listed as International Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO with the purpose to raise the awareness of our students and locals to protect and carry on our own traditional cultures. There's no better way to experience village life than becoming part of the community. For this Cultural exploration program to Guizhou, Students will challenge themselves as they step out of their comfort zones and venture into the mountainous Guizhou with breath-taking countryside views and unique traditional cultures. Living with the culturally vibrant and talented Dong people will bring us an opportunity to think about how to balance the conflict between conservation and development.



Students will participate in a hike, community farming, school visit, as well as Learning local culture and tradition. We aim to provide students with amazing active experiences, instilling a positive attitude towards active travelling.


Whether it's experiencing a traditional welcoming ceremony at a village or learning local music of Grand choirs and dance firsthand, through the life experience in the hidden Dong villages, the intricately beautiful details of Dong culture, this immersive program gives students the opportunity to experience China's more isolated and less developed province with mysterious cultures and ancient life styles .

Socio-historical knowledge                                   

Students will be exposed to a range of different social and historical facets of the Guizhou region through learning about the history of local minority group and living in the local village – students will grow in their depth of understanding about minority’s cultures and society. They are sure to walk away with a broad, yet deep understanding of this little-known part of China deep in the mountains.

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