Photos: Week of Jan. 27

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  • A Chinese lion puppet performs a “Lion Dance.”

  • Guest artists play the drums in the “Lion Dance.”

  • Mandarin students sing “Guoxi Guoxi.”

  • Ray Yang ’24 plays “Qinghua Chi” on the soprano saxophone.

  • Kai Wen ’22 plays “Five, Six, Seven” on the ukulele.

  • Kitty Huang ’21 and Alice Ye ’23 sing “Looking At Flowers While Passing on Horseback.”

  • James Wang ’22 performs “The Ordinary Road.”

  • A guest artist performs on the Erhu, a two-string fiddle.

  • Director of International Students Helen Du’s martial arts instructor does a form of Chinese martial arts.

  • Helen Du and her martial arts instructor do Tai Chi.

  • Helen Du leads the group in Tai Chi.

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Edan Zinn, Outgoing Editor-in-Chief

Last week was full of celebrations of the Chinese Lunar New Year. On Monday, Mandarin teacher Frances Fremont-Smith ’75 organized the School’s third annual Temple Fair. The event was a great success and featured over 2,000 dumplings that were handmade by a parent.

On Wednesday, Director of International Students Helen Du organized an assembly with music and dance performed by Mandarin students. A guest artist performed “Lion Dance” with a lion puppet, and Helen Du’s Tai Chi teacher played the Erhu, performed martial arts, and lead the school in Tai Chi.

Click here for a recap of the Temple Fair.