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Jun 2022 Chinese Activity Camp – The Little Owl Prince

Jun 2022 Chinese Activity Camp – The Little Owl Prince

Who:   K1 – P5 students
Date:   6 Jun – 10 Jun &/or 13 Jun – 17 Jun 2022 (Mon-Fri)
Time:   2pm – 5pm daily (all locations); 9.30am – 12.30pm daily (available at Parkway Parade & Greenwich V)
Venue:   All Hua locations


《猫头鹰小王子》- The Little Owl Prince Chinese Activity Camp

Join The Little Owl Prince this June holidays and find out what interesting characters he will meet on other planets! We guarantee you that it will be an engaging, fun-filled time while being immersed in a fully Mandarin-speaking environment.

The Activity Camp will be based on a story inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s famous novel, The Little Prince. Children will complete craft projects associated with the story each day and pick up new Chinese vocabulary and phrases while having fun. Ask our friendly reception team for the detailed itinerary!

Spaces are limited, and we’d love to help your child secure his/her place in this popular programme. You can pass us your details through this form, and we’ll get in touch as soon as possible.

Experience Hua’s Mandarin camp magic – Fastest fingers first!

United Square: 6255-5060
Causeway Point: 6894-7183
Greenwich V: 6555-5780
Parkway Parade: 6282-7200


About Hua Language Centre

Established in 1992, Hua Language Centre is Singapore’s Leading Chinese Enrichment and Tuition Centre.

We offer a wide range of Chinese programmes and classes that cater to your child’s various Mandarin needs. For close to 30 years, Hua Language centre has developed and refined our own unique curriculum – we make the learning of Chinese fun and effective at the same time, through an understanding of brain science, child psychology, Chinese linguistics and exam-taking strategies.

Our Curriculum Director’s passion for Chinese and desire to help children master this increasingly useful language has driven Hua Language Centre to perfect our craft as your child’s partner in his or her Mandarin Language journey.


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