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Mysterious Men in Black Spotted at BISS Puxi Premises

01 December 2016

With Christmas around the corner the BISS Puxi’s Shanghai Dutch students know that a visit from Santa’s brother, Sinterklaas, to the Shanghai Dutch School  is very likely.

  • Mysterious Men in Black Spotted at BISS Puxi Premises
  • Mysterious Men in Black Spotted at BISS Puxi Premises
  • Mysterious Men in Black Spotted at BISS Puxi Premises

Last Friday, students received a video message from Sinterklaas. He had tried to enter the school’s premises to pay a pre-visit. However, he wasn’t allowed in as his name wasn’t on the visitor’s list. After a tough debate with the guards, he was able to access the Secondary Building where he and his Women, and Men in Black had a meeting in the Principal’s Board Room. It was another big shock to find out that his name couldn’t be found on the Principal’s Thinking Wall. Was Sinterklaas not important to Dr. Hopkin? Had Dr. Hopkin completely forgotten about Sinterklaas? And what about the Dutch students? Were they still keen to celebrate Sinterklaas’ birthday…? Hopefully the BISS Puxi Shanghai Dutch students will find a solution to this severe problem. To be continued …

Chris Samsom, Head of Shanghai Dutch School