Photos: Our Chinese New Year Celebration!

For Chinese New Year, the grades students helped decorate the school to celebrate and prepare for the year of the rat and for the arrival of Nian - the monster who hates the color red, fire, and loud noises. 

To celebrate, we ran chopsticks relays, heard a puppet show, sang our Gongxi song, and ate lots of Chinese and Taiwanese snacks. The students received their red envelopes with their coin and played with their Chinese New Year gift - a Chinese yo-yo!

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