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Teaching Award Voting

There are 7 teachers being nominated for the Teaching Award of 2014.

Please visit the award page below for the resumes and supporting documents of nominees, and voting form.

Please complete the voting form by May 8.


Thanks for your support!

Year-End Celebration Potluck Party on May 18th

MSU Chinese School will host a year-end party May 18 (Sunday, 3:30 pm to 8:30 pm) at Lake Lansing Park South (Click for Map).

We will prepare food, drinks, and many fun activities for kids such as tug-of-war, sandbag toss, rubber band skipping, face painting, parent-child games like a foot race, just to name a few.

You and your family and friends are very welcome! You are welcome to bring one of your favorite dishes to share with others.

Note: you may be charged $~3 per vehicle by the park to enter the park.

中文学校将于5月18号3:30至8:30在Lake Lansing Park South (Click for Map)举办年终聚会,邀请所有学生和家长参加。


To help us organize the party, please click this form to sign up: # of adults/kids, and dishes to bring and share.

Fall Semester 2014 Registration Begins

The classes for the fall semester are open for registration now! Online registration is required for all Chinese classes.

1) The registration deadline is Sunday, August 17, 2014.
2) Please fill out the accurate registration information, which will be printed onto certificates at year end and kept in the official student records and transcripts.
3) Late registration may cause a student to have no textbooks on time, and subject to $20 processing fee. (Tuition Policy)

Thanks for your support and cooperation.


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地点:Berkey Hall Room 110

主题: 不同文化环境下教育孩子的问题 (Raising Chinese children in the U.S.: Helping children negotiate multiple cultural contexts)

Meet with Dr. Zhang Dongbo

TOPIC:         Creating Conditions for Motivated Learning of Chinese among Heritage Learners
HOST:          Dr. Zhang Dongbo
FORMAT:     Discussion Forum (座谈)
TIME:          12:35 – 1:45, March 30, 2014

Light snack and drinks will be provided.

Daylight Saving Time Begins on March 9, 2014

In United States, daylight saving time begins on the second Sunday in March. Clocks are set ahead one hour at 2:00 a.m. local standard time, which becomes 3:00 a.m. local daylight time.

For this year (2014), daylight saving time begins on March 9.

For more information about daylight saving, please see


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