The Moon Festival 2016 Successfully Bloomed

Last Saturday, Moon Festival 2016 was celebrated at Prem auditorium from afternoon to evening. This year  is our third time collaborating with Confucius Institute of Chiang Mai University, who supported us with glamorous Chinese costumes, co-performances and eye-dazzling cultural activities — such as Chinese calligraphy writing, making Chinese knots and showing chopstick competition. We were honored to have Chinese consul Mr.Guo Yulu and his family joining our celebration with an opening speech.

Staff members, students and Chinese residents from Prem Community and beyond, enjoyed the occasion, where musical and dancing presentations are presented mostly by Prem students and parents. Our cultural activities have caught the attention of many young children.

Among all delicious Chinese food booths, 11 out of 12 ones were sold out completely before the firework display. Those hometown food sparkling in every gourmet’s memory: moon cakes, roasted Peking duck, beef noodle soup, dumplings, Xi’an Chinese hamburger and Lanzhou noodles…just to name a few.

One of the memorable performances was Flash Mob Chorus from our Prem parents — one person started singing unexpectedly in the crowd and others joined one after another till a chorus was formed. Once they finished singing, they disappeared again in the crowd in a blink.

Special credits for our boarders and boarding staff participating in the Moon Festival.

1. Chinese Traditional Costumes Presentation

Boarders: Alice F, Cecile, Ian, Gumbi, Lily, Pran, Sersang, Tweety, Tashi

Boarding Ajarns: Cecilie, Kai, Kathryn,Nicole L, Penthai, Sintra, Tshering

2. MC: Avery, Shelley

3. Song performance: Coco, Fiona L

4. Kung Fu performance: Elvis

5. Dance performance: Rebecca

6. Poster and schedule of events design: April, Christine and Yumi, Fiona H(Day student)

7. Bamboo Dance: IEP boys(Anthony, Bolly, Dash, Jack, Jerry, Merlin, Tony)

8. VSSF: Chewon, Amy

9. AVG: Simon, Thomas

 

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