By CeciUrbanski The celebration of new beginnings is a nearly universal characteristic in various global traditions. In China, most citizens celebrate ،春节 (chūnjie), the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year. Although the festivities take place over the course of several days, this year, the actual new year began on Jan. 22. Unlike the traditional… Read More Marian community celebrates Chinese culture for Lunar New Year
Block D Mandarin students (and a few from study hall) joined Mandarin teacher Mrs. WenLi Rapkin in the cafe to make chicken and pork dumplings on Jan. 20, 2023. Chinese New Year begins this weekend. Students enjoyed learning about the process and taste-testing their creations!