Our school held its annual Chinese Culture Day. This year's event was completely different from previous ones, with the aim of familiarizing students with the glorious stories and exemplary deeds of countless emperors throughout history. Through the use of sound, text, and movement, we sought to help students understand the outline of Chinese history. We brought historical character impersonations to the stage, with students taking on the roles of Empress Dowager Cixi, Li Lianying, Emperor Guangxu, Consort Zhen, Emperor Kangxi, Emperor Yongzheng, Emperor Qianlong, Yang Guifei, and other figures from various dynasties. These characters, each with their own remarkable achievements and experiences, were introduced in a concise manner.
One of the highlights was the game booths, where we introduced Chinese folk art and handicrafts to the students. Through these activities, we aimed to help students understand the origins of Chinese culture and traditional arts. We hope that these learning experiences will take root deep in the hearts of the students, allowing them to carry forward and promote the excellent traditional culture of China.