RBR Welcomes Chinese School Students to Celebrate Chinese New Year
Chinese School Students to Celebrate Chinese New Year
Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School community welcomed The Jersey Shore Chinese
School students to their school to usher in the Year of The Monkey. RBR Chinese students mceed the festive celebration
in sharing the Chinese cultural education experience with their peers. RBR has offered Chinese language classes for
The program was a feast of color, pagentry and skill. Chinese
students displayed their adroit talents with the Chinese yo-yo. Beautifully
festooned dancers performed an elegant folk dance, while others manipulated the
serpentine dragon in his traditional dance.
RBR Principal Risa Clay courageously fed the red envelope to the Lion which signifies warding away evil
spirits and bringing good luck.
Chinese World Language Teacher, Chinyun Wu, who also teaches at the Jersey
Shore Chinese School in Holmdel, arranged for her students’ performance at RBR.
“The year 2016 is the Year of the Monkey which extends from Feb. 8, 2016 through Jan. 27, 2017. The monkey represents the ninth in the 12-year cycle of
the Chinese zodiac. The monkey zodiac sign is smart, clever and intelligent,
especially for career and wealth.”
She adds, “We wish everyone a wealthy
and healthy Year of Monkey.”
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