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NWCS Open House September 14th

NWCS Open House September 14th

NWCS 50th Anniversary Party








Please click on the link to view the flyer.

NWCS 50th Party Flyer

NWCS Open House September 15, 2018

NWCS will have an open house this Saturday, September 15th from 10AM-12 noon. Anyone interested in learning about our language programs and electives is invited visit.
You can talk to teachers, watch a class, and meet members of the school community. Click here to view the open house flyer.




  • 1上課時間為2018年1月3日至2月13日,課程總計6週,開辦前6個月受理報名。
  • 2上課時間為2018年7月5日至8月14日,18足歲以上至未滿24歲,課程總計6週,報名時間為2018年1月1日至2月28日,額滿為止。
  • 3期暑期青少年班上課時間為2018年7月6日至8月15日,限12足歲以上至未滿18歲,課程總計6週,報名時間為2017年1月1日至2月28日,額滿為止。
  • 4上課時間為12月19日至2019年1月15日,課程總計4週,開辦前6個月受理報名。



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NWCS Open House starting at 10 AM on September 16th!

Our school will be having an Open House on September 16th from 10 to 11 AM. Anyone interested and Chinese language and cultural programs for their children are invited. Speak with teachers and staff, observe classes, and get to know our community!

NWCS Fall Open House Flyer

That’s Mandarin’s Summer Chinese Camp

That's Mandarin

The Chin children attended this immersion summer camp in July of 2015.  Calvin and his family highly recommend it!

That’s Mandarin’s Summer Chinese Camp has been delivering a first-class China learning experience to hundreds of kids and teens in Beijing and Shanghai since 2008.

Homestay, Day Camps, Family Camps and Chinese Classes only Camps are available to all NWCS students, sign-up today and save 5%.

Visit their website

WACA Chinese New Year Festival, Feb 25

Dear friends,

We are excited to see the enthusiast responses for the New Year Festival so far!
We have an excellent list of the shows signed up by professionals and local artist groups, as well as fun activities and delicious food samples.
As you know, the Performing Arts Center at SUNY Purchase is a great venue for such festival and great shows.
Please take the advantage of the early bird prices, and get your tickets as soon as possible. All tickets include free parking at Performing Arts Center. So please come to join us, and have a fun day for your families!

Tickets including free parking: (Early bird prices end at February 13, 2017)

Type Early Bird Regular
VIP $100 $100
Adult $20 $25
Senior $15 $20
Child $15 $20

Tickets can be purchased online at:

Look forward to seeing you in the event!

The Westchester Association of Chinese Americans (WACA)

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Chinese New Year celebration in local towns

Chappaqua Library
Chinese New year Celebration
Sat Jan 28th 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Lion Dancing and Chinese tea art demonstration, from Tzu Chi volunteers




International Buddhist Society (佛光會)
IBPS Temple(佛光會)- 敲第一鐘聲(Ring Bell), 做燈籠(Lantern), 寫春聯, 捏面人。。。。
Location: International Buddhist Society
15437 Barclay Ave, Flushing, NY 11355
(718) 939-8318

18th Anual New York City Lunar New Year Parade & Festival

Sunday, February 5, 2017:
Location: Manhattan Chinatown
Time: 12pm - 430pm. Parade kick-off at 1pm.

New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony & Cultural Festival

Saturday, January 28, 2017:
Location: Sara D. Roosevelt Park (Grand & Chrystie St.)
Time: - 330pm. Firecracker kick-off at 12pm.

From China Institute: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life

China Institute

The Path: What Chinese Philosophers
Can Teach Us About the Good Life
with Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh

Tuesday, June 76:30-8:00PM
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Event Fees: Members: $10; Non-Members: $15
Why is a course on ancient Chinese philosophers one of the most popular at Harvard?
It’s because the course challenges all our modern assumptions about what it takes to flourish. As Professor Michael Puett says to his students, “The encounter with these ideas will change your life.”
Chinese philosophical thinking is among the most powerful and influential in human history – and its ideas challenge many of the widely held assumptions Westerners have about the self and how to lead a flourishing life. Join China Institute on Tuesday June 7, as we welcome Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh to discuss their recent work,The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life. For the first time an award-winning Harvard professor shares his wildly popular course on classical Chinese philosophy, showing you how these ancient ideas can guide you on the path to a good life today.

NWCS End of the school year picnic

 This year’s picnic is on June 11 at FDR Park, after the finals and move up ceremony. There is an $8 parking fee at the park, so carpool if you can. 

FDR Park Picnic Map

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