Saturday, December 29, 2012

Christmas Day in China

Three of our Oral English classes celebrated Christmas with some never-to-be-forgotten parties. We taught 2 two-hour classes in the morning on Christmas day and then partied with our students from 2:30 - 8:45 p.m. We'll let the photos tell you about the festivities:

Students often keep their coats on in the barely heated buildings. We're having a hot time, nevertheless.
Organic refreshments: oranges, peanuts, sunflower seeds and funky jello-like candies.
Playing a guessing game. That manger scene was a hard one to guess.
Gary & Roslyn were challenged to reenact the famous Titanic scene
Great Job!
Roslyn & Sanro Clemens in his finest Shanghai threads with leather fedora
Party animals
Homemade decorations
Putting on a show for the party
Oral English Dance Team
Teaching the crazy "Singing In the Rain" song activity
Our Wed. 10:00 Oral English class
Videographer John in action
Chinese Santa
Caroling in China
Christmas Cake in China
Sharing the Christmas cake
Students love posing for pictures
Beauty in China                                                                                                   Sky's cake fight...
Dancing for the class...each party had several performances. All were loads of fun to watch.

Cutting the Christmas Cake

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