3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
Culture Class Schedule
老師: 嚴冠維 和 曾志平
書法 和 國畫
老師: 張樞華 和 李昌蓉
3:45 - 4:30
Instructor: Monica Huang
Students get the opportunity to learn the basics of traditional Chinese dance.
Instructor: Chu Shan Zhu
Students learn the dragon dance which tries to simulate the movements of the majestic dragon. This dance is popular around Chinese New Years.
Instructor: Lee Hou
Chinese yo-yo is a fun toy for students to play with as they learn new tricks. It is different from the yo-yo and offers much more variety and styles.
Instructor: Guan Yen & Sensei Bert Tzeng
Martial arts originated from the need for self-defense but has become an integral part of Chinese culture. Students have the opportunity to learn the basic moves in martial arts.
Calligraphy and Chinese Painting
Calligraphy Instructor: Mindy Wang
Chinese Painting Instructor: Wendy Shiau
Chinese calligraphy and painting both use the ink brush. While Chinese calligraphy was the way people wrote in the past, it has now become a form of art and an important part of Chinese history.
Instructor: YunYan Zheng
Go is believed to be the oldest board game still played today. It involves the strategy of trying to surround more territory than the opponent.
Fun and Games
Fun and Games Instructor: Chen-wu Su
Fun and games is a compilation of childhood games that were popular in Taiwan. These games include shuttlecock where kids kick a shuttlecock around trying to keep it in the air for as long as possible.
Arts and Craft
Instructor: Su-Hwa Chang and Cindy CY Lee
Students have fun working with different materials to create their own masterpieces.
Sing and Dance Along
Instructor: Wen-juan Wu
Sing and Dance Along teaches young kids to sing and dance to Taiwan's popular childhood rhymes and songs.
Instructor: Grace Yang
MV Dance looks at Taiwan and Asia's current pop culture and teaches students to dance to current songs.