-DVBS Archive Team-
Bridge is a card game dated back from the 1800s, gaining widespread popularity throughout the world. It is acknowledged as the hardest card game on this planet, played by the likes of great minds such as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. This is the second year of the DVBS Bridge Club, led by Bo Han Zhu (11).
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“Make our school a better place, or all our time will go to waste.”
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Engulfed by the deafening silence, the odorless fragrance of mountain air penetrates through your nostrils. A glittering lake in the horizon welcomes you with its open arms. Occasionally, the honking of geese or the chattering of your friends breaks the almost insurmountable tranquility, while you finally breathe a sigh of relaxation. The goal of this annual retreat is to show the next generation of leaders that they are capable of much more than they realize.
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) Music. A medium of art transcending all barriers. An intangible form of expression bringing harmony and joy to all. It speaks directly to our souls, in a language understood by all — the language of emotion. Nonetheless, music varies differently depending on where it’s from, and thus, we gathered at the International AiMusic Festival to celebrate these differences.
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: Austin Quach (Class of 2018) On January 31, a small group of students awoke from their deep slumber to snap photographs of the rare super blue blood moon, which hasn’t occurred for 150 years,
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) Following the Christmas Recital at the WinterFest in the Confucius Hall, the Chinese Orchestra performed in Willits the next day.
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) The winter holidays are approaching, and students are eager for Christmas and New Years. Sadly, they will not be able to celebrate the holidays together. Consequently, the Boys School organized an early winter festival on December 9th, which also featured the Chinese Orchestra Christmas Recital.
Please come and see the Girls Division’s Artworks December 18, 2017 · Monday · 3 – 5 pm · IITBT