In the final week of September, Excelsior International School in Johor celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Students enjoyed a ‘week-long Chinese riddles’ competition, presentations by their peers on various aspects of the festival, student-produced videos, and a mooncake tasting session. This full week of activities, information sharing, and fun challenges based in, and coming from, the Mandarin lessons, ensured that all students were able to celebrate and learn more about this festive annual Chinese event.
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Source: The Expat magazine November 2015
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