Dear parents & students, Thank you for celebrating yet another amazing Children's Day with us at Hui Xin campus!
I would like to wish all of you, young and younger, big and small, a very Happy Children's Day!
Moms and dads, every year I feel amazed of your devotion and commitment in creating these big, wonderful memories for our children.
I cannot emphasize how important role models you are and how inspiring it is for your children to see you have fun, dance, sing and work together as a team.
You are amazing! and we all thank you for today's fantastic show!
Today's performances included Blame it on the Boogie (Foreign Teachers), I Can't Stop This Feeling (PN-205), I'm A Gummy Bear (PN-206), To the Music (PN-306), Happy (Casa), We Go Together (N-207), Pen Pineapple Apple Pen (N-208), What is Dancing (N-209), Dancing When You're Better (K1-107), Hokey Pokey (K1-109), Uptown Funk (K1-108), Try Everything (K2-403), They Don't Know (K2-404), Hao Hao Zuo Zi Ji (PN-202), Let It Go (PN-204), Bang Bang Bang (PN-304), What? Daddy? (N-104), Snow White (N-203), I can't Stop This Feeling (N-302), Swan Lake Ballet (N-303), Morning Exercise (K1-305), Chicken Dance (K1-307), Shake It (K1-308), Cats (K1-309) and Qing Chun Xiu Lion Shou Ce Cheerleader Dance (K2-402)
History: Children's Day is recognized on various days in many places around the world. However, it's origin can be traced back to 1856 where Dr. Charles Leonard of Chelsea, Massachusetts held a special service for children. In 1929 Turkey became the first nation to officially declare a national holiday named "Children's Day" on April 23rd. At the Woman's International Democratic congress in Moscow on November 4th, 1949 the "Children's Day" was set on June 1st with commencement from 1950 and is formally known as "The International Day for Protection of Children". It is a day that celebrate Children's rights and well-being, usually through free-of-charge events, festivals, theater-plays etc.