Guangxi update

Apparently, the flooding in southern Guangxi has reached extreme levels — under a government warning, children are not allowed to travel to school. As a result, we’ve had to cancel the two workshops we had planned in the area for late July. While we’re all disappointed about this turn of events, we’ll be conducting the Lugu Lake camps as planned. I’ll update as soon as I get more information.

-Jon

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The Unity Rural Music Project was initiated in February 2010 by two Fulbright scholars conducting research in Chengdu. Our mission is to address issues of education development in rural China by organizing a series of music-themed summer camps in Sichuan and Guangxi Provinces. Through these camps, we will provide participating schools with instruments, textbooks and teacher training, helping them lay the foundation for sustainable music programs of their own. Additionally, the camps will provide a valuable opportunity for cultural exchange between students and instructors, providing students a chance to learn and interact with musicians and role models from urban China and abroad.
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