Our counselors performed a story for us: the Emperor’s New Clothes. At the evening show, they gave us another show about an emperor, whose tea was poisoned. Who did that? We used Chinese to ask different witnesses, and finally we found him!
The nice weather let us go to the lake side for the campfire. We learned to sing the “Good Night Song”: Sēn Lín Hú, Sēn Lín Hú, Sēn Lín Hú, Sēn Lín Hú~
Sēn Lín Hú had its opening day yesterday. Everyone was more than excited. In the evening activity, Fudaoyuan men performed a chant (口号, kou hao) in Chinese. Come on and have a look!
This is the first day of Sēn Lín Hú. We moved to our new cabins, made our new name tags, played traditional Chinese games, learned songs in Chinese, and most importantly, making new friends!
On Wednesday, our evening program was the 秘密辅导员 mimifudaoyuan, or Secret Counselor, game! Several counselors disguised themselves in several layers of clothes, and the different cabins ran around asking the mystery counselors questions in Chinese and trying to guess who their identities. The team to identify all of the counselors first won. The cabins enjoy this chance to compete with one another and flex their Chinese interviewing skills.
Every morning, villagers gather to practice Tai Chi and other exercises before breakfast. Here are some pictures from yesterday’s morning exercises!