*DEADLINES: Deadlines are different depending on your chosen project type.
Papers: Digital copy of student research paper (with annotated bibliography) due 6pm Monday, February 6th, 2017
Websites: URL for website submissions (annotated bibliography & process paper should be on the student website submission) due 6pm Tuesday, February 7th, 2017
Documentary Films: Uploaded documentary films (and attached process paper and annotated bibliography) due 6pm Wednesday, February 8th, 2017. Instructions are on www.NHDasia.org
Exhibits: No materials need to be sent in advance of Saturday, March 4th; however, an indication of which students will be creating exhibits and what their topic is must be communicated to the NHD organizers in advance. On the day of History Day, students bring their process paper & annotated bibliography.
Dramatic Performances: No materials need to be sent in advance of Saturday, March 4th; however, an indication of which students will be performing and what their topic is must be communicated to the NHD organizers in advance. On the day of History Day, performers bring their process paper & annotated bibliography to their performance. *
National History Day China: Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 9:00-2:30
NHD World Finals: held at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA : June 11-15th, 2017
The best place for information on the process and help in creating your project is to check NHD.org or email email@example.com
National History Day in Asia began in 2008, initiated by Concordia International School Shanghai. Over the next several years, participation increased considerably, with hundreds of students from dozens of local and international schools taking part. Students who place first or second in the Senior Division event have the opportunity to advance to the U.S. National History Day Final Contest, held at the University of Maryland, College Park in June. With the success of History Day in Shanghai, the program has now spread to South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand.
National History Day in Asia, now NHD China, has been an exciting way for teachers, students, and community members from a variety of backgrounds to gather, discuss, present, and appreciate high quality historical research.
Read more about NHD China.
“Competing at National History Day” Shanghai Family Magazine
“A Day In History” STAR Magazine’s coverage of the 2012 NHD China celebration
“Shanghai History Day, Creating Historians” EARCOS Triannual Magazine