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Stunned by its sound and presence, and with his mother's encouraging support, David Beare started playing the cello at the age of eight. He credits the study of music for his ensuing deep appreciation for the performing arts, with the cello playing a prominent role throughout his high school and college education, and beyond.
A renowned music educator named Emile Jacques-Dalcroze once walked in to a classroom in a poor section of Mainz, Germany. The students were young, unskilled, and initially wary of Dalcroze, a strange fellow from Switzerland who did not speak their German language.
"As an expat and relatively new in China, I find Chinese history and culture fascinating," began grade 10 student Heather Hines, as she explained her reasons for choosing the transformations of the Great Wall through the eras of ancient China as her Capstone project.
In an end-of-year art exhibition titled 'Colorful,' the works of foundation year to grade 5 have been on display from 22 May. Ink painting, tie-dye, traditional Chinese painting, 3D art, paper cutting, self-portrait and more are the various skills our primary school students have examined and honed.
"I won't grow up! I won't grow up!" sang a line up of students in Act II of Keystone's first Spring Theatre Festival. This Peter Pan number was among the track of songs in the musical revue called 'Become'.
Thousands attended and elatedly enjoyed the second Annual Keystone Community Carnival last Saturday. Lined with vendors of varying sorts of trinkets and treasures, an array of culinary delights, and games soaked in fun, it was a family day for all ages and everyone.
"Who am I?" "Who are we as a people?" "What does it mean to belong to a particular identity or identities?" These are some of the questions students asked when exploring the arts or architecture of cities and towns across China?
Adventure and outdoor life played a key role in Norwegian polar explorer Børge Ousland's childhood and they are the reason why he started his polar expeditions in 1986.
Organized, in single file and with a determined stride, went the students from grade 1 across the street into a neighborhood supermarket.

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