The Northwoods Adventure Quest Program brings students from China and America together.
Last year travel rules stopped the program from happening, but this year the students and organizers are more driven than ever to keep their mission going.
"You get to form relationships with people from around the world," said 10- year- old Chase Neubauer.
This is Neubauer's first time joining the two week Adventure Quest Program.
The goal of the program is to do more than just keep kids busy during the summer.
"[It] promotes connections with Wisconsin especially the Northern part [of Wisconsin with] all of China," said WISP Executive Director Xiaodong Kuang.
Kuang is one the organizers of the quest program. He couldn't think of a better way of promoting his goal than starting with young students.
"[So that] the young generation, who will be the future leaders of the world, [can] appreciate cultures and know more about each other," said Kuang.
This is Power Liu's first time coming to America with the program.