Is everybody starting to pack up your backpack for the new semester to come? Or are you still trying to get on your last summer trip for the Labor day weekend? Or are you already at school? Yes, truth to be told, summer is slipping away…but leaving us great memory and fruitful achievement.
Our summer program was officially ended last Sunday (08/30). Nooo… I know, right? Time really flies. But our students have done a great job and of course had great fun! From indoor classes, outdoor painting to our annual exhibition show, it is just such a busy but exciting summer. It is so grateful that we spent a wonderful summer together. Can’t wait to share the photos with you!
Wait, our first day of class for Fall 2015 will start on the Sunday of Sept 13. We will see you all then. Enjoy the rest of the summer. Love!
I am definitely excited to write our first blog on the first day of Chinese New Year 2015- the year of goat!
So, Happy New Year!
You may want to ask what the year of goat is for? Well, I could spend days on writing that topic. But long
story for short, goat (some people may also say ram or sheep since they all can be represented by the Chinese character “羊”(yang) is ranked #8 in the Chinese zodiac animal signs. People born in the year of goat are usually considered to be tender, polite, clever and kind. They have special sensitivity to art and beauty (hit the point) and a special fondness for quiet life and like to take good care of others. So, does this mean enough to you? If not, I bet google can tell you more about it (Read more).