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SICAS Students Tour in Qingdao

During May Day holidays 2011, SICAS organized a city tour in Qingdao for International students who have been studying in China.

The 1st stop: May Fourth Square

May Wind sculpture at May Fourth Square

May Fourth Square is a modern memorial commemoration in Qingdao, named after the nationwide protest May Fourth Movement that started in the city. It is divided in to two sections. The north is lawn and fountain-based, featuring a musical fountain that is beautifully illuminated at night, and the south is best recognized by the "May Wind" (Wuyue Feng) sculpture, on which the torch, comprised of a stack of rotating bands, has become a new signature scenic spot in Qingdao.

SICAS students at May Fourth Square

The 2nd stop: Qingdao International Sailing Center

Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center

Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center, also known as Qingdao International Sailing Center, is the venue that was used for boating competitions during the 29th Olympic Games. It is located near Fushan Bay, next to the former North Sea Shipyard site, and adjacent to May Fourth Square and Dong Hai Road. To usher in the Olympic sailing competition and create a "City of Sailing", Qingdao Municipal Government built the International Sailing Center with unique characteristics depicting water spots to fully embody the idea of "Green Olympics, Scientific Olympics and People's Olympics".

SICAS students at Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center

The 3rd stop: Laoshan Mountain

Jufeng (Great Peak) view of Laoshan Mountain

Laoshan Mountain, once called Lao-shan, Lao Shan or Aoshan in ancient times, is the major mountain range in Shandong Peninsula and a national 5A rated tourist attraction. Among well-known mountains in the country, Laoshan is the only one by the sea. The waves crashing on the green foothills makes the mountain a famous sea wonder in Laoshan. Called Jufeng (Great Peak), known also as Top of Mt. Lao, its main peak is 1,132.7 meters above sea level, making it the highest peak on China's coastline. Jufeng scenic spot is in the middle part of Laoshan. To enjoy sunrise over the sea from the top of Mt. Lao is breathtaking.

SICAS students at Laoshan Mountain

SICAS will hold more interesting events for International students to make their studying life in China more colorful.