Omeida Chinese Academy offers a variety of regular activities for you to participate in. This is a great way to meet new people and practice your Chinese skills in a fun environment.
Daily after school activities include volleyball, basketball, foosball, and video nights. Every Thursday night we have our"social night." It is free for students to attend and includes activities such as BBQs, cocktail nights, competitions, and games. Food and drinks are provided.
Every two weeks, there is also a free cultural activity for you to learn about traditional Chinese practices. The cultural activities include classes for Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Cooking, Kung Fu, Tai Chi, the art of tea-making, and paper cutting. These classes provide you with an excellent opportunity to practice your Chinese language skills in real-life situations and learn more about China.
Every Saturday,we have an organized day-long outing that students are welcome to attend. This typically will be either a sightseeing tour into the surrounding countryside and nearby villages or activities such as bike riding, caving, rafting, or hiking (lunch is normally provided). There is a small charge to participate in the weekend excursion, usually between RMB20-80.
You can view our past activities below
Laba Festival is a Chinese traditional festival for a long history. How was it born with the name Laba? Actually, Laba is a date which is the 8th day of December of Chinese lunar calendar.
Christmas is now more and more popular in China. As a known tourist resort, Yangshuo was full of joyous celebrations. People decorated their shops and houses for Christmas.
It’s a tradition that at the day of winter solstice Chinese people make and eat dumplings to celebrate the day as a festival. For most of southern Chinese, they will have Tangyuan which is made of st
Monthly class dinner came. We went to Chunji Company where we had an rich dinner this Wednesday.
Beijing Opera is a form of Chinese opera which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance, and acrobatics.
We learned, we played, we had fun. Weeks ago, our Chinese teacher Jasmine had an interesting cultural class. The lesson started with a love story of Han Dynasty’s emperor and one of his wives.
This was the second season of TO MISS, OR TO MEET-Omeida’s Anniversary. We were still in the happy feeling of the great moment with all the students and staffs (former and current).