Learn Chinese through games and hands-on activities! Many people are overwhelmed attempting to learn Chinese with drills and memorization. Chinestory uses vivid imagery and storytelling to teach the fundamentals of the Chinese language, from the basic strokes to characters and phrases. Presented by Haiyan Fan, Ph.D.
Celebrate 2019, the Year of the Pig, as you learn about Chinese language and culture.
Celebrate the Beginning of the Dog Year with Chinestory at Fort Worth Museum of Science & History
by learning about Chinese language and culture at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's Research and Learning Center. Take away home your own Chinese name card. Fun for kids of all ages! Come join us to kick off a year of prosperity!
Inspired by Kungfu: A Chinese Language Curriculum and Pedagogy Inspired by Kungfu - Chinestory Book Signing Event at Wuyi Kungfu School
Inspired by Kungfu! Wuyi Martial Arts' own kungfu mom, Dr. Haiyan Fan, educator, linguist, author of Chinestory curriculum series (edited by Wuyi's own Dr. Pam Hill) will share her story how watching Sifu Henry teach kids and adults kunfu inspired her to innovate a new pedagogy to teach Chinese language for anyone who loves Chinese culture, and has a desire to learn the language. Come join us to celebrate with live show, language game, calligraphy demo, memorable pictures and refreshment :)
Dr. Fan will also deliver a 30-mins workshop to Wuyi community addressing issues of learning Chinese language for both heritage and non-heritage learners and parents in the overseas environment.
For Chinese heritage family, learning Chinese language is an emotionally-loaded, often thorny and struggling issue for both kids and parents. In this one-hour workshop following NLGC Chinese School's graduation ceremony, NLGC's own Dr. Haiyan Fan, educator, linguist, author of Chinestory curriculum series will explore together with learners and parents the following aspects of learning Chinese as a heritage language in the overseas environment.
Chinestory will join Fort Worth Museum of Science and History for their special adult-only science event. Come to learn Chinese characters and calligraphy with us.
SCIENCE ON TAP: CHEERS TO SCIENCE AND HISTORY!
It’s time for some grown-up fun at the Museum
Dr. Haiyan Fan will be presenting at the workshop on the topic of "making learning Chinese cool."
Kinokuniya is one of the largest bookstore chains in Japan, with over 28 stores worldwide in Southeast Asia, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates. Kinokuniya USA opened its first U.S. store in San Francisco in 1969. With a flagship in New York City, Kinokuniya USA currently operates 10 stores in the U.S. They are excited to bring their next two stores to the Greater Dallas Area, in the hopes of creating a place where locals can gather through community-based events, books, and culture.
Chinestory will be there for author signing and book reading this Sat. 3-4pm. See u there!