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The King of Holland to Visit BISS Puxi?

15 October 2015

The Dutch royals have planned an official state visit to China at the end of October this year and of course, students of the Shanghai Dutch School at BISS Puxi are hoping to meet them. 

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Therefore they have worked really hard on a topic named 'The letter to the King', based on the similarly named famous Dutch book by Tonke Dragt, a Dutch author.

The students have written a formal letter to invite the King and the Queen to visit our school or, in case their programme is too full, to meet them during the week they are in Shanghai.

Mrs Samsom, Head of Dutch at BISS Puxi personally handed all letters over to the Consul General who sent them to The Netherlands with the consular mail.

To be continued...

Chris Samson, Head of Dutch