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Nancy Du

DSHK Founding Vice Principal & Head of Chinese

Dr Nancy Lijuan Du is currently the founding vice principal and head of Chinese at Dalton School Hong Kong. She received her bachelor’s degree in Education from Beijing Normal University, her master’s degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and her doctoral degree in Education from the University of Hong Kong. For over 22 years, Dr Du has served as a Chinese teacher and an educational leader at several well-known international schools and dual language schools in Beijing and Hong Kong.


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Group Ticket for 3 Persons
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Group Ticket for 3 Persons

$27 per person

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Group Ticket for 4 Persons

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South China Morning Post is a leading global news company that has reported on China and Asia for more than a century. Founded in 1903, SCMP is headquartered in Hong Kong, where it is the city’s newspaper of record, with a growing correspondent staff across Asia and the United States. SCMP's vision is to “Elevate Thought” and our mission is to “Lead the global conversation about China”. Additionally, SCMP publishes a portfolio of premium lifestyle and fashion titles in Hong Kong including Cosmopolitan,ELLE, Esquire and, Harper’s BAZAAR. SCMP is also home to Abacus, a digital news brand focused on China's tech industry; Inkstone, a daily news brief for those curious about China's growing impact around the world; and Goldthread, a content platform with a focus on food, travel and culture in China.