TCS Celebrates Chinese New Year
For the year 2016, Chinese New Year falls in February 8. It also called the Spring Festival and has more than 4,000 years of history. In China, it is the grandest and the most important annual event.
Chinese New Year is a time for family reunion. Being one of the traditional festivals, it is the time for the families to reunite which is similar with Christmas Day to the rest of the Christians around the world.
Trinity Christian School as a Chinese school has its share of celebration. Today, February 4, the preschool department will have their own celebration. Preschool students are dressed in Chinese costumes, predominantly in red color. According to Chinese tradition red symbolizes good fortune and joy.
The Bacalaodiat Celebration will be on February 5, Friday. Selected high school students will join the parade together with the other 2 Chinese schools in the city. Elementary and High School Chinese dancers will perform at the SM Department Activity Center.
On February 8, Monday will be the Chinese New Year which is also a National holiday for the country.