2019 CI-MSU Chinese Summer Camp
Mon. 7/15 through Thurs. 7/18, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Language and Culture Summer Camp
Language and Culture Summer Camp offers one week of Chinese
language and culture activities to K-6 students in the greater Lansing area. This
non-profit summer camp is for children who are interested in
learning Chinese, creating Chinese arts and crafts,
experiencing Chinese culture and traditions, and making friends. No previous experience with Chinese
language is necessary. Through the camp, students increase their
multicultural competence by engaging in interactive, fun, and
educational activities provided by professional camp teachers. Students are grouped based upon age and previous Chinese
Registration for 2019 summer camp WILL OPEN SOON!!
Begin the registration process by clicking on the registration link. You can register up to 3 children at the same time .
The registration process will be complete once you have successfully paid for the camp.
The deadline for camp registration will be July 8, 2019.
The deadline for camp t-shirt registration is June 24, 2019. After that, t-shirts will be availble upon request, depending on available inventory.
- Age Qualification:
We accept all children who are enrolling in grade K-6 this coming FALL.
example: Nina is five years old and she is in preschool now; she is
going to attend kindergarten this fall semester. She is qualified to
attend this year’s summer camp.
- Tentative Location:
Post Oak Academy
2320 Post Oak Ln, Lansing, MI 48912
- Dates and times for 2019:
Time 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
CI-MSU Chinese summer camp is a nut-free camp. No snacks containing peanuts or tree nuts are allowed to be brought to the camp. Also, food that has been processed in the same facility with nuts are not permitted. Please adhere to these guidelines to protect our campers from a potentially dangerous situation.
For safe snacks free of nuts, please go to the following website:
A mother of a six-year old camper said: “I can tell that she really enjoys the experience in the summer camp. She was excited to go to the camp everyday and proud that she was learning Chinese. It has been a few months since the summer camp, but she is still practicing the language. As a mother, I am happy that my child had this interesting experience and became more aware about the Chinese culture.”
CI-MSU Chinese Language and Culture Summer Camp
620 Farm Lane Room 253
East Lansing, MI 48824