Chinese New Year 2010 The Year of the Tiger

As part of the Families with Children from China dinner group, we had a Chinese New Year’s Party at our house for all of the families.  Although we have a whole bag full of silk outfits we bought in China, we never get them out for Surae to wear, so it is always fun to have an opportunity to do so.  All of the kids looked great.  We even bought Graham a silk outfit for the party and he loved wearing it because he thought it made him look like a karate master.  For the party, we made all Chinese food.  Michael made the most amazing sweet and sour soup and I made a pork and brocolli stir fry dish.  Everyone else brought delicious Chinese food too and we had a feast.  The kids had crafts activities to do as well.  It was really fun and I hope it will become a yearly tradition.

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2 Comments

  1. Nusha Balyan said,

    April 30, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    Dear Danielle,

    My name is Nusha Balyan and I’m with The Story Exchange, a nonprofit digital project empowering women to start their own business through video profiles of women entrepreneurs.

    We’re currently working on the video profile of Xiaoning Wang who founded ChinaSprout to promote the learning of Chinese culture and language in the United States.

    I’m reaching out to you because I came across your blog and beautiful photos. We would love to use some of them in Xiaoning’s video to show what inspired her to start her business.

    Could you please give us permission to use some of your photos in our video? We will, of course, give you proper credit.

    You can watch some of the videos we’ve already produced and published here: http://thestoryexchange.org/category/the-stories/

    Thank you in advance for all your help.

    Nusha
    WEBSITE: THESTORYEXCHANGE.ORG
    THE STORY EXCHANGE
    611 BROADWAY, SUITE 715
    NEW YORK, NY, 10012
    212 925 5170

    • daniely said,

      May 2, 2013 at 12:56 am

      Sure. That would be fine! Thanks for asking. Danielle Lewis


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