El Estoque

Tea and Tunes: Chinese club hosts party with boba and karaoke

Sophomore Cassie Lu waits for the karaoke to begin.

Emily Xia and Julia Yang

March 13, 2019

Chinese club buys boba for its members in karaoke meeting

A fundraising dilemma

A fundraising dilemma

Emily Xia and Julia Yang

October 25, 2018

Chinese Club officers discuss difficulties with fundraising

Chinese Club celebrates New Year

Chinese Club celebrates New Year

Charlotte Chui

March 4, 2018

On Feb. 15, Chinese Club held a meeting in A203 in honor of Chinese New Year. Also known as the Spring Festival, this holiday is considered one of the most important Chinese holidays. It depends on the lunar calendar instead of the solar calendar. To celebrate, Chinese Club officers shared traditiona...

Chinese Club celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

Chinese Club celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

Charlotte Chui

October 2, 2017

The arrival of the fall season signifies the approach of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival for many students. This traditional holiday falls on the eighth month and 15th day of the lunar calendar, which corresponds to Oct. 4 this year. In preparation for the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese Club officers held a...

Welcoming anyone, Chinese Club plans a year of exciting events

Chinese teacher I-Chu Chang’s classroom is filled with students waiting for the Chinese club’s first interest meeting of the year. The students chat with each other while eating their lunches. Photo by Vivian Chiang.

Vivian Chiang

September 27, 2015

The walls of the classroom are patched with students’ artworks, ancient writing and posters of famous Chinese romantic movies. Every seat is taken by anxious students, ready to spend the year immersed in Chinese culture through games and food. One student laughs loudly at his friend’s comment. Another...

PHOTO GALLERY: Rose Grams

PHOTO GALLERY: Rose Grams

Angela Liu

February 14, 2012

Click through for captions. On Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, Chinese Club members delivered pre-made rose grams. The rose grams, which were bought for $2 beforehand, come with a ribbon adorned rose and the customized message by the sender. Chinese Club sold 99 roses in the span of a week....