此次成果展示是學生們對過去兩年學術努力的完美總結。AP研究課程（AP Research）是繼去年AP研討課程（AP Seminar）之后的AP頂石課程的深入研究階段。該課程為王府學子奠定了扎實的學術基礎，整個學年的課程計劃為每一位學生提供機會在某一個感興趣的領域深入研究，獲得深刻理解。
This month’s presentations are a culmination of two years of hard work. AP Research is the second and final year of the AP Capstone program. The program provides rigorous scholarly training for BRS students, and AP Research provides the opportunity for each student to develop a specialized plan to investigate a topic of their own selection for a full academic year.
The academic presentations covered a variety of fields and topics. Hong Zhenyang’s discussion of “Gender Advocacy in China: An Activist’s Perspective” revealed how advocates for gender equality have had a positive impact on gender relations in China. Yuan Chujie presented a detailed analysis of her paper examining, “How much the Oxytocin concentration differs among people with different relationship status?” From a historical perspective, Liu Luoyifu shared his findings on the development of gendered attitudes through his presentation on “Using Artifact Analysis to Analyze the Impact Confucianism Had on Women’s Social Status in the Han Dynasty.” Other impressive student studies included Li Yutong’s sociological examination of gossip among adolescents, Liu Kairan’s economic analysis of discrimination in online sharing economies, and Liu Xueyuan’s exploration of the unique status of Daoism as a religion in the Chinese context.
At BRS, students with a strong motivation for research are encouraged to join the AP Research program to explore their academic motivations and develop expertise as true architects of knowledge.
(Written by Jason Blind）
The Youth League Committee created and posted National Security Day posters and banners in order to promote the event and the importance of being informed about national security priorities. ?The secretary of the Youth League Committee Mr. Li Hui led the members and activists in learning about the “Overall National Security Concept” during class activities, and students actively shared their stories. Director Hong Chuanmu of the Teaching Office delivered the final summary. He entreated students to develop a deep understanding of China’s political positions and the importance of maintaining national security. He called upon students to actively resist behaviors that endanger national security and to apply this philosophy on campus as well.
Having completed their writing and the posters, a sharing exhibition was set-up with our own RFLS Middle School. All Grade 6 Middle School students were invited to the sharing exhibition on April 22nd, 2021 to come and view the posters and talk with the Grade 10 students about their experiences in both middle school and high school. This cross-communication between middle school and high school students served to give the younger students a preview of what lies ahead for them, while allowed the older students to step into the role of teacher and share the projects that they had produced with a curious and enthusiastic audience.
(Written by Jonah Olken-Dann）