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NACIS Global Event Series

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In order to develop students’ awareness of global citizenship, NACIS has  launched its “Global Events Series”, which provided students with more  opportunities to learn more about different cultures.

The meaning of commemoration


This week, our primary school held a special “NACIS memorial party”.


Around the world, there are many traditional cultural activities related  to commemorating the deceased. Most of them started from hundreds of  years ago. People believe that, on certain days of a year, the world we  live in can be connected to other worlds. People celebrate these  festivals including Halloween, Day of the Dead and Zhongyuan Festival in  China in various ways.

What keeps unchanged is that we should all  memorize the past with respect.

Our primary teachers and students wore customs of different countries to  commemorate these festivals. At the memorial party, the well-dressed  students showed their customs confidently in the applause of their  classmates and teachers.

This is our “Freaky Friday”


Our secondary students were all well-prepared for the “Freaky Friday”.  They took charge of the whole process, from the theme confirmation,  activity planning to the release of notice. In the afternoon break, they  seized the time to decorate their homerooms with “freaky” elements.

The  ubiquitous holiday decorations, hand-painted posters, invitations with  scary haunted house reflected students’ dedication. They're serious  about the “Freaky Friday”!

For them, the final result of rating is no longer important. What is  important is that students have understood the festival customs and  exercised their own planning and executive abilities by participating in  the whole process of the Global Events Series activities.

They have  experienced the great joy of working together as a form to fight for the  best outcome.

It is often said that each snowflake is different in shape. Kids are  alike. The costume can reflect the unique character of each student.

We believe that these activities will surely leave students with unforgettable memories.