Students learnt to use physical computing tools and, during 48-hour inter-regional hack-a-thons, tried to solve real world problems.
Cooperating across cultures, students learnt basic computer language to create animations, games, websites and much more.
Uncovering daily lives of youngsters through photos, students examined cultural similarities and differences between Asia and Europe.
This project re-established a creative forum for young writers and artists to publish work and shape wider cultural understanding.
Students collaboratively produced their interviews and reports on sports, politics, culture and environment to be broadcast online.
Contributing to a blog, students explored special occasions in different countries through photos and videos taken by their peers.
Writing intertwining family-related stories set in the past and present, students learnt about their peers’ cultures and histories.
Students conducted interviews with eyewitnesses and survivors of the world war two, accessibly digitising and archiving oral history.
Wherever you are, a healthy body makes a healthy mind. Students compared different sport lifestyles and habits across Asia and Europe.