5 edition of Chinese New Year"s dragon found in the catalog.
Chinese New Year"s dragon
Story about a Chinese American girl and her favorite holiday. Encourages awareness and appreciation of Chinese American cultures.
Originally published by Modern Curriculum Press as part of the Multicultural Celebrations Series created under the auspices of the children"s Museum, Boston.
|Statement||by Rachel Sing ; illustrated by Shao Wei Liu.|
|Contributions||Liu, Shao Wei.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Dragon Dances are an important part of the Chinese New Year celebrations and many Chinese festivities and festivals. The Chinese New Year parades start on New Year's Day and continue for the next fifteen days until the end of the festivities with the Lantern Festival. The Dragon Parade is a highlight of the festivities. (Also called Lunar New Year activities.) It’s not just about the Chinese New Year animals (although that is an awesome part of this topic), but it’s also about cool Chinese New Year traditions, Chinese New Year food, and even the colorful Chinese New Year decorations during this celebration! (One year we made an awesome Chinese New Year dragon for our sister site.
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