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Throwback to some of our primary students celebrating Lunar New Year last month. In many cultures, this is one of the most cherished and celebrated periods of the year. It is known as the Spring Festival or Chūnjié in Mandarin, Seollal in Korean, and referred to as Tết in Vietnamese.
Our primary students had a wonderful time getting artistic by making their own lanterns. Classes were inspired to make a variety of them in all colors imaginable. In the end, it gave our students the opportunity to explore different cultures and express themselves using design, crafts, and more!

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