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In a second student review of museums in Beijing, Yew Chung International School of Beijing Year 6 student Damia Hisham from Malaysia discusses at her school trip to the China Science and Technology Museum.
Damia is on the front row (3rd from left).
I went to the China Science and Technology Museum when I was in Year 4 (I was 8 years old). This museum is about science such as dinosaurs, old technology, space and science and technology! When I visited the museum, it was really huge, and it was not that crowed so it was fine. At the museum, there are lots of sections you can explore! They include dinosaur bones, fossils, old Chinese technology, and other stuff kids can do!
I stayed there from 10:00am to 2:00pm; there were lots of activities for us to do. For example, how to squeeze milk from a cow, a bubble play section, and lots of other games for the younger kids to play! I recommend only Year 6 and below go to the educational activities area.
When I went to the exhibits area, the exhibits were in good condition, nothing broken at all, I thought the dinosaur bones, fossils, and the old ancient technology were my favorites and the highlights of the museum! And the activities area of course!
When I was leaving the museum, I thought: “Now I know how what happened to the dinosaurs and how fossils are made.” But to me the most important thing of all is that in the ancient and old times they also used technology of their own to make things work.
What I like about the museum is that there are lots of things you can do and learn there! I think one way to improve the museum is to have ...
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