Sunday we had great weather and an even better turnout – around 70 people were were attending, most of them in great outfits. We had lots of fun, the kids were thrilled!
I’d be so happy if someone who is a better writer would write a few lines here – if you don’t have an account email me the text!
David already posted his video, great footage, thanks David:
Amy’s Video is waiting to be posted, for now you can see it here
Some of my photos (I might get around to reducing that and make a gallery eventually. And then I’ll make a video too…):
The blur in the middle of some of my photos is not a bad camera… it’s sunscreen on my lens.
Thanks to Lily for sponsoring this event at our preschool.
Thanks to I-Immersion Institute’s director, Alice Kuo, for putting together the presentation!
Lily also will try to find a corporate sponsor, so we can have a Chinese New Year’s Celebration at Millbrae Nursery Schools in years to come!
I-Immersion Institute Presents at the Millbrae Nursery School
on Tuesday, Feb 16th
Chinese New Year Show and Tell
There will be 2 presentations, the one for the morning class starts at 11:15, and the one for teacher Liselle’s class at 1pm. As I understand it even children who do not usually attend at this time are invited, but please check with Lily or your teacher before you bring your child. Please note that the table below has times for the morning class and the flyer below the afternoon schedule.
||The Zodiac Story with puppets
||Happy New Year Song with Felt Board Images
||Pass out red envelopes and Mandarin tangerines
Gong Xi Fa Cái!
Hóng Bao Ná Lái!
Somewhere in there, although not mentioned, there will be Lion Dancing.
Btw, in case you didn’t know, Chinese New Year (Year of the Tiger) technically starts this Sun, Feb 14th; yes, it coincides with Valentines Day this year… So Happy Chinese Lunar New Year Everyone!