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Q: International schools in Beijing?

8 years 45 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

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"International schools in Beijing? "

You didn't give much details in your question, so I will do my best to give you an answer. I believe you wanted to ask if they should improve the food they serve to the students. Well talk about a coincidence! I have a friend that has a daughter that I would sometime walk to school. I go take a beer with him every sunday, when I go do my weekly jogging!

Well his sister-in-law's daughter goes to an International School! I just called my friend so he would give me his sister-in-law phone number, to ask his sister-in-law's daughter about the food there, we went into a small argument because he tought i had malevolent intent, but with some effort and a lot of persuasion, he finally gave it to me.

So i called my friend's sister-in-law and, after some chit chat, asked to talk to her daughter.My friend's sister-in-law said it was "meh". I think it means it's not really awesome. She usually eats salad, meat, vegetable and starch, along with a yoghurt. Quite boring.

I completely agree with you, they should make some moar improvement. But it's the catering company they should pressure to ante up their standards.

What catering company do they order from at your school? My friend's sister-in-law daughter goes to Beijing City International School.

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8 years 45 weeks ago

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