Happy Chinese New Year from LanguageCorps!

So yesterday was the Chinese new year.  Welcome to the year of the dragon!   How did you celebrate?  We’ve heard from several LanguageCorps teachers in Asia about some pretty crazy parties!

Fire works in Hong Kong for the Chinese New Year

Fire works in Honk Kong for the Chinese New Year

 

Chinese New Year Light Up

Chinese New Year Light Up

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know that the Lunar New Year typically marks the largest human migration in the world, as millions of people travel to see family for the important Asian holiday.  The Boston Globe posted a really interesting piece with some great photos of the goings on in mainland China, check it out here:

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2012/01/lunar_new_year_2012.html 

And keeping on with that spirit, check out this list of the top ten things to see in China from Val, currently teaching English abroad through the LanguageCorps TeachChina program:

http://valschina101.blogspot.com/2012/01/what-to-see-in-china.html

Anyway, to everyone teaching English abroad right now, wherever you are, hope you have a great time!  Be safe, and enjoy the year of the dragon!

2012-01-24T15:05:08+00:00

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