PHOTO SUBMITTED LEFT: Standing atop The Great Wall of China, from left, are Arin Chambers, Olivia Snell, and Xintong Yu. Chambers is the daughter of Robert and Whitney Chambers and the granddaughter of Bill and Beverly Chambers and Linda Smith and the great-granddaughter of Dolly Harville, all of Newport. (C)2013 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL RIGHT: Arin Chambers, left, shared highlights of her recent trip to China with her great- grandmother, Dolly Harville, right, this past weekend.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-07-03 13:22:02)
Author: Duay O'Neil
Source: The Newport Plain Talk

NEWPORT-Walking along The Great Wall of China was "almost a surreal experience" for Arin Chambers, a rising senior at Nashville's Harpeth Hall.

Chambers, 17, spent June 1-15 in Beijing, China's Dulwich College, an International Baccalaureate school where she attended classes with students from around the globe.

Joining Arin for the experience was Olivia Snell, a rising junior at Harpeth Hall.

While in China, Arin and Olivia lived with host families whose daughters will come to the United States in October for a similar experience.

"Visiting China this way was not like a tourist event," said Arin last Sunday, when interviewed at the home of her grandparents Bill and Beverly Chambers and great-grandmother Dolly Harville of Newport.

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