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Check out what some of our students have though of the Bridges to China programs:
Ryan Brandle

My name is Ryan Brandle and I'm an American who had a wonderful experience studying Wushu at the Capital Institute of Physical Education. Bridges to China was very helpful and helped me adjust as a traveller entering a new country and culture. It was smooth sailing from the time I was greeted on arrival at the Beijing Railway Station till the time I left. Hunter, a very friendly staff member of Bridges to China, helped me with anything and everything I needed, including translating for me at the Doctors office when I was sick. It was great, fun, and organized. I would recommend it to anyone interested in studying in Beijing. Thanks Bridges to China for the great experience!

Ryan Brandle (USA) spent a stayed with us for a month of intensive martial arts training in early 2007.

Jason Gani

I came to know about Kungfu training in Beijing's CIPE through Bridges To China. I trained here for one semester. I learned one basic Chang Quan form, and then trained Sanda, kickboxing. The training was fun!

When I got to Beijing, Bridges To China was very kind to help me with all the accommodation. The staff picked me up at the airport, accompanied me to the dormitory and helped me get to know the campus.

It was a brilliant experience and I would like to thank you Bridges To China.

Jason Gani (Indonesia) spent a semester learning martial arts from September 2007 to February 2008.

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