Tony enjoys participating in a number of mathematics competitions, and prior to joining Keystone he participated in mathematics competitions across Beijing. “In grade 7, I began playing bridge and became a bit addicted to the game. I would play every day for half an hour. However, the game is not only about problem solving, but it is also about the fact that math is a team setting game. When I joined Keystone, I recruited members join my club, the Bridge club, and now I have my teammates with me when we play in competitions,” stated Tony. Marrying his interests of mathematics and Bridge, Tony has founded a community of likeminded math enthusiasts at Keystone, which has in turn enriched his living and learning experience at the school.