Phoebe Liang D’Alessandro
The Chinese New Year is a fifteen-day celebration that starts on new year’s eve of the Chinese Lunar Calendar year. It is the most important festival of Chinese society. Through this workshop, students will explore the Chinese New Year celebration through the food, colors, traditional clothing, family relationships, and other aspects of Chinese culture.
Participants will also have the chance to practice using chopsticks and gain an appreciation of the seemingly simple, but versatile dining tool.
Social Studies, Holidays