Birthday Egg

As the second lesson of the term, we learned how to say number 1-12 in Chinese! Students now are ready to learn the 12 months in Chinese using the numbers they learned today.

In addition to that, we experienced the very Chinese birthday culture  – Eating red eggs and making Long-life noodles.

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Red eggs are usually shared by new moms to her relatives and friends as an announcement and celebration of the birth of their babies. However, eating eggs on birthdays is also a tradition in the wish for smartness and fluency in the coming year.

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It looks all of the kids enjoyed the hard-boiled eggs with the fantastic red colors on them. These eggs are actually prepared by our program coordinator Keli, who just had her birthday last week!

Happy birthday, Keli! 祝你生日快乐!

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