Chinese Culture Day 2014
February 20, 9:00am - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Garden Level Rooms, Imin Center (Jefferson Hall)
For the third time, the Chinese section of EALL, the Confucius Institute, the Center for Chinese Studies, and the National Foreign Language Resource Center are all working together to sponsor Chinese Culture Day.
The event is free and open to the public. Students are especially welcomed.
Check-in and activities run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Activities range from quiz games to hands-on crafts to demonstrations and exhibits. Explore!
â€¢ Learn about Chinese New Year
â€¢ Try the martial art of Qigong æ°”åŠŸ æ°£åŠŸ
â€¢ Hands-on calligraphy
â€¢ Chinese zodiac: find your birth animal
â€¢ Make an ornamental Chinese knot
â€¢ Try paper cutting/paper craft
â€¢ Play character matching
â€¢ Learn about Chinese geography
â€¢ Play a measure words game
â€¢ Try Chinese yo-yo
â€¢ Listen to the Chinese spike fiddle (erhu äºŒèƒ¡) and lute (pipa çµç¶)
â€¢ Enjoy a Lion Dance
â€¢ Watch Chinese martial arts (wushu æ¦æœ¯ æ¦è¡“)
â€¢ Watch a narcissus-bulb carving demonstration
â€¢ Get your hair done Chinese style
â€¢ Fold a Chinese paper firecracker
East Asian Languages & Literatures, Mānoa Campus
Stephen Tschudi, 808-956-2533, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.hawaii.edu/eall