Dubbo students visit China as part of sister-city exchange

IN CHINA: (Back row) Rebecca Kennedy, Dominic Ambler, Craig Turner, Emily Bell, Claudia Morrison (front row) Jackie Bayley, Rebecca Jackson, Katie Rath.

IN CHINA: (Back row) Rebecca Kennedy, Dominic Ambler, Craig Turner, Emily Bell, Claudia Morrison (front row) Jackie Bayley, Rebecca Jackson, Katie Rath.

Macquarie Anglican Grammar School students and teachers were ambassadors for their school, city and nation during the school holidays.

They took part in a Dubbo Regional Council sister-city exchange in travelling to Wujiang, China.

The small group included St Johns College student Claudia Morrison.

Earlier this year, Macquarie Anglican Grammar School hosted students from Wujiang.

The hospitality was reciprocated when the Dubbo delegation landed in China.

During their trip the Dubbo students dabbled in Chinese culture, travelled to Shanghai and Beijing, visited palaces and temples, and climbed the Great Wall of China.

Deputy headmaster John Day  thanked the council for a “fantastic experience”.

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