Hand in Hand: Summer Culture Camp '09

The Hand in Hand Chinese Culture Program is a youth led, non-profit organization that promotes the appreciation of the Chinese culture and establishes friendships between children adopted from China and Chinese-American teens in the metro Atlanta area.

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[8 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]

On the morning of June 3rd, 2014, over 30 little sisters and brothers gathered in the chapel at the United Methodist Church for the start of the 2014 summer camp – Contemporary Chinese Culture Craze. This year’s theme focused on the modern Chinese pop culture, and we explored contemporary Chinese music, movies, TV shows, performing arts and food over the course of the week. On Tuesday, we learned about the popular TV shows trending in China, and we made team posters that distinguished each team. On Wednesday, the big siblings …

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[7 May 2014 | No Comment | ]

Registration has been open for the summer camp!
Our theme this year is Contemporary Chinese Culture Craze where we will be teaching the kids about Chinese modern pop culture. This will be a particularly fun week because we will be studying popular Chinese TV shows/movies, famous singers, performing arts, and food!
June 3-6th from 9:30-12:30 at the Johns Creek United Methodist Church
June 7th at 11am for a picnic!
Hope to see you there!

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[26 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]

          The annual Chinese New Year Event is just around the corner, and this year we’re doing things a bit differently. We are co-hosting this event with a non-profit organization called Families With Children From China. The event will be held at Golden House Restaurant on February 15th from 3:30pm to 7:30 pm.(1600 Pleasant Hill Road Duluth, Georgia) We have games, crafts, and many performances lined up for the evening. Performances include Lion Dancers, traditional Chinese dance and instrumental performances, and a Kung Fu demonstration. The cost for this event is …

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[31 May 2013 | No Comment | ]

Nihao Parents!

Today we learned about the calabash brothers, seven brothers each with a different power. We went on a search to find all seven calabashes. We did seven paper mache calabashes. The kids put the finishing touches on the dances. We can’t wait for you to see them!

We hope that all of you can join us for the family picnic tomorrow! There will be games, prizes, food and a dance performance!

Family Picnic:
Saturday, June 1st
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Best Friend Park (Jessie Mari Scott Pavillion)
6224 Jimmy Carter Boulevard
Norcross, GA 30071

Thank you,
Hand …