The seventh day of the celebration is called All Person’s Day. It is a day devoted to the birth of every person. Hong Kong fashion designer William Tang hosts a large feast on this day for his family and friends. – 7:10
The trademark of Hong Kong’s cuisine is Dim Sum, which are dumplings with different fillings. Chef Yang demonstrates the kinds of Dim Sum he makes every day.
This program may be used to meet following Common Core Standards and in the classroom subjects.
- Anchor Standards
- Reading: Foundational Skills
- Reading: Informational Text
- Reading: Literature
- Speaking and Listening
- Standard 10: Range, Quality & Complexity
- History / Social Studies
- Arts & Crafts
- World Languages
- World Religions
The purchase entitles 10 logged-in sessions of Video viewing within one year (unlimited per session) and one-time download of the Chinese New Year series Teachers Guide pack which includes two ready-to-print PDF files: 18-page Teacher’s Guide with Quizzes and 3-page Suggested Class Activities with Recipe.
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