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Joey's Wings Zumba Fundraiser

发布者:华根网站管理员,发布时间:2017年12月4日 下午8:23



As we all know Ping is an amazing instructor. Come to join us! Fun guaranteed! Only $10 registration fee (which will go into the Joey's Wings Foundation). More donations are welcome and appreciated!

Please pay at
www.joeywings.org (click on "donation" button http://www.joeywings.org/phone/donations.html). Or you can pay on site with cash or check (payable to Joey's Wings).

More background of Joey's Wings can be read on:世界上第一个使用PD1免疫疗法的孩子, 他的名字叫土土

If you would like to bring snacks, please use the following link to sign up
(http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F094FA8AE2BA5FB6-joeys) or just send a message via WeChat in Zumba with Ping! group or Hua-Gen Chinese School group.

FUNctional Mathematics in PK Young

发布者:华根网站管理员,发布时间:2016年5月30日 下午5:21

For Students entering Grades 1-7, FUNctional Mathematics is offered this summer at P.K. Yonge.  
The program is set up to ensure the success of students as they progress through increasingly complex math.  The format is both structured and active, and is designed to show that math can be involving and enjoyable, and that success can be achieved as skills and understandings deepen.  Depending on the instructional level, children will rotate through the different components of the program. Please check the attached file for detail.

总领馆8月底到奥兰多办公

发布者:华根网站管理员,发布时间:2015年7月30日 下午5:58   [ 更新时间:2015年7月30日 下午5:59 ]

转发一条消息,有需要的人,请自行联系,届时前往办理。中国驻休斯敦总领馆将于2015年8月29日(星期六)赴佛罗里达州奥兰多市现场受理领区内中国公民护照、旅行证及健在证明申请。具体事宜见下面链接: http://houston.china-consulate.org/chn/zytz/t1284368.htm

【Gainesville SUN】Chinese families, friends gather to welcome New Year

发布者:华根网站管理员,发布时间:2015年2月20日 下午8:11   [ 更新时间:2015年2月20日 下午8:18 ]


University of Florida students celebrate the coming new year with a traditional dumpling meal.
http://www.gainesville.com/article/20150218/ARTICLES/150219615?p=1&tc=pg
While most folks in the Gainesville area celebrated New Year’s Day on Jan. 1, for Chinese people, the big day is Thursday.

The Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the biggest event in China, having seen more than 4,000 years of celebration based on the Chinese calendar. Each year is associated with one of 12 animal signs: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. This is the year of the sheep.

Chinese people usually get together with family and friends and share special foods based on the regions of China from which their family hails.

Yifan Wen, a second-year International Communication graduate student at UF, said cooking and eating dumplings is an important tradition in Northern China.

“Spring Festival offers Chinese people an opportunity to get together and feel the atmosphere of home,’’ Wen said.

Back in China, millions of people will watch the Spring Festival Gala Evening on China Central Television.

In Gainesville, hundreds are expected to attend the Spring Festival Gala Evening on Saturday at the Phillips Center For The Performing Arts. The Chinese Student Association hopes to fill all 1,600 seats in the center.

Lu Luo, president of CSA, said that group has been working on the gala since November.

“The mission of the CSA is to serve students,’’ Luo said. “All of our staff are volunteers, and we really want to help students feel the atmosphere of the New Year.’’

Around 40 students from Gainesville’s Hua-gen Chinese school will stage four performances at the event. The non-profit primary school, founded in 1997, has more than 140 students and teaches children the Chinese language of Mandarin.

The Hua-gen school performed its own New Year Gala last Saturday before more than 300 audience members at the Edith D. Cofrin Theater at Oak Hall School.

Lan Luo, principal of the Hua-gen school, said the school functions as a cultural ambassador to expose Chinese culture to the next generations.

“This New Year Gala will show the kids what Chinese New Year is, what we are celebrating and why,’’ Luo said. “We want to help the kids truly know about Chinese culture and to realize that they are Chinese. ”

The Chinese students at UF recently got a special New Year’s message from UF president Kent Fuchs. In a video, he said he is very proud of the 7,000 international students on campus -- most of whom are Chinese -- who add so much to the education and research at the university.

Fuchs also said, “Xin Nian Kuai Le, Yang Nian Ji Xiang” at the end of the video, which means “Happy New Year and I wish you an auspicious year of sheep.” The video can be watched on YouTube.

揭天慧同学代表美国队参加世界国际象棋锦标赛

发布者:Guilian Xu,发布时间:2014年9月17日 上午5:49   [ 更新时间:2014年9月17日 上午5:50 ]

Erica Brough/The Gainesville Sun

Eighth-grader Tianhui (Cindy) Jie, a chess player on the USA Chess Team, has qualified to be on the U.S. delegation to the World Youth Chess championships in Durban, South Africa, shown at Lincoln Middle School, Monday, September 15, 2014 in Gainesville, Fla.

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20140916/articles/140919680

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