Children Travel From Hong Kong For 'Camp Invention'

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/22/2013 8:56 pm
Students have come from halfway around the world to be in Richmond.

Specifically, kids from Hong Kong are here for 'Camp Invention' at Model Laboratory School on EKU's campus.

The camp is a week-long program that focuses on teaching children about natural sciences, physics and engineering.

The camp operates through the summer out of 18 different schools in the Bluegrass.

It's the fifth year the camp has been in operation.

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