Xiaoran Ying (5) – Ivy MI Kindergarten – Lijing Campus 3
This is my Peking Opera mask made of paper clay. This is the Peking Opera figure – Dou Erdun. The color of the mask is mainly blue.
Haoyang Qin (6.5) – Ivy Bilingual School – Orchid Garden Campus 5
The beacon tower on the Great Wall is very high. It is very interesting. I am looking forward to playing there with my parents one day.
Zirui Chen (6) and Zixin Liu (6) – Ivy MI Kindergarten – Lijing Campus 2
We made traditional painted Peking Opera masks. The color of each one gives the mask a different meaning!
Wenle Guo (5) – Ivy MI Kindergarten – Lijing Campus 1
This is the Great Wall of Beijing. It is very big and long. In ancient times, there were beacon towers on the Great Wall to deliver important information.
Chenxian Shi (6) – Ivy Bilingual School – Orchid Garden Campus 1
The beacon tower is a place of war. Here, a lot of heroes sacrifice themselves to make peace.
Zhexiang Zhang (6) – Ivy Bilingual School – Orchid Garden Campus 2
Tiananmen Square is very majestic. I see the national flag every time I go there.
Jiashu Huang (6) – Ivy Bilingual School – Orchid Garden Campus 4
What I have drawn is the Bird’s Nest. Beijing is my home. I also like birds, and I hope all birds have their own home.
Qingxue Zhao (6) – Ivy Bilingual School – Orchid Garden Campus 3
Tiananmen Square is one of the most famous places in Beijing. I like the Monument to the People’s Heroes and the national flag.
This article first appeared in the beijingkids April 2019 Exploring Beijing issue.
Photos: Courtesy of Ivy Schools