St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala students learn about China’s Earthquake resistant buildings since antiquity

submitted by Cospicua St. Margaret College Secondary School Verdala : Sciberras Michael, Zammit Caydon  for 11-14
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school magazine, school media
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Dissemination description: 1. Presentation of the campaign in class; 2. Article sent to the Sunday Times of Malta Newspaper for publication; 3. Article sent to the Malta Independent on Sunday Newspaper for publication; 4. Article sent to the National Science Magazine of Malta for publication; 5. School Facebook Page; (https://www.facebook.com/SMC-Secondary-Verdala) 6. School Magazine (still to be published) - [email protected]; 7. School Website - https://smcsecondary.com; 8. Facebook Page of the Malta Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning; 9. National China Culture Website – chinaculture.org - http://cn.chinaculture.org/portal/pubinfo/2021/03/23/200001003002001/a76275f23b6443299a63f87e56a3dc60.html
sustainable development goal(s): good health and well being, life on land, quality education
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St. Margaret College Secondary School, Verdala, Cospicua participated in a school project learning about China’s Earthquake resistant buildings since antiquity and how the interlocking flower-shaped brackets called ‘dougong’ can resist earthquakes.

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