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January 25th, 2020. After our own celebrations on our own campus, it was time to extend our festivities to the greater Ukiah community.
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A Drop of Kindness, A Pool of Gratitude.
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The in-school Chinese New Year Celebration, an integral tradition of the boys school, occurred on February 5th, 2019, and, just as the ambiance of festivity began to falter, the boys school revived the spirit of the New Year in the bay area later that week.
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Elders have given us so much, so what can we do for them in return? That was the question. “Perhaps we could perform for them”, we thought.
By: Austin Quach (CO 2018) + Jacky Zheng (CO 2019) + Marvin Wang (CO 2020) The Boy’s Dragon, Lion and Drumming Clubs traveled down to Oakland Museum for their annual Lunar New Year Celebration.
by: Austin Quach (Class of 2018) On February 17, Ukiah residents celebrated Chinese New Years at Alex Thomas Plaza. Students from Developing Virtue Boys School helped welcome the Year of the Dog with many marvelous performances such as the lion dance, dragon dance, 24 seasons drumming, and Chinese orchestra.
by Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) Following the previous Honoring Elders event, the CTTB HED occurred on Saturday, October 28, including performances from both the IGDVGS and IGDVBS. Requiring difficult coordination as well as hours of practice, the 2017 Annual Honoring Elders Day was a success.
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) + Gino Ackley (Class of 2020) An Honoring Elders event occurred on October 22, at the Gold Mountain Monastery in Chinatown San Francisco. With a large crowd of elders attending from the communities nearby, the boys school performed an indoor lion dance and drumming routine.
by Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) + Jacky Zheng (Class of 2019) With big smiles on their faces, the elders enjoyed an entertaining morning at the City of Dharma Realm; with breathtaking performances from the CTTB IGDVBS, melodious singing from CDR IGDVS, and much more.
The whole crowd sat at the edge of their tiny seats, leaning forward and eagerly anticipating what the two young boys in their red and blue shirts would do. They looked at each other in confidence and draped a golden cloth lined with black fur across their backs. […]