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Chinese Culture Club prepares for the coming year

Chinese Culture Club prepares for the coming year

Sherilyn Kuo, Staff Writer
May 3, 2017
Filed under Campus

On Friday, April 27, Chinese Culture Club (CCC) officer candidates held their election speeches. As the school year comes to an end, CCC is preparing for its next chapter next year. Last year, there was not any formal election for officer positions due to a lack of volunteers. However, increases ...

Chinese Culture Club pings into PongPlanet

Chinese Culture Club pings into PongPlanet

April 7, 2017
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On Friday, March 31, Chinese Culture Club (CCC) went on a field trip to PongPlanet in San Carlos to learn the history of ping pong and how to play the game. Instructor Lau, a ping pong enthusiast, taught students the basics of ping pong. He also introduced many different types of grips that could be used...

Chinese Culture Club plans for next year’s event

Chinese Culture Club plans for next year’s event

Madison Wong, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Campus

Through previous years, Carlmont students have gained more and more knowledge on Chinese New Year, a holiday celebrated by Chinese families worldwide each year. Chinese Culture Club (CCC) has been planning Chinese New Year events for the past few years, hoping that students get to appreciate Chinese...

Empress of China is the ruler of Chinese TV

Empress of China is the ruler of Chinese TV

Holly Chen, Staff Writer
September 21, 2015
Filed under A&E

The only female to ever become an emperor in Chinese history, Wu Zetian, is infamous for her ruthlessness and wit. Legend has it that she killed her own daughter, so she could blame it on the previous emperor's wife to have her dethroned. China's entertainment queen, Fan Bingbing, portrays the life...

San Francisco’s Chinese New Year parade ushers the year of the ram

San Francisco’s Chinese New Year parade ushers the year of the ram

Victor Li, Staff Writer
March 9, 2015
Filed under News

Lively music, vibrant colors, and exploding firecrackers sounded San Francisco's famous Chinese New Year Parade this year. Spectators of all ages were confronted with a strong impression created by stilt walkers, lion dancers, Chinese acrobatics, martial arts groups, and school marching bands. Apart...

Chinese Culture Club presents Carlmont’s annual Chinese New Year festival

Chinese Culture Club presents Carlmont’s annual Chinese New Year festival

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer
February 24, 2015
Filed under Campus

Three...two...one... "Gung-Hay Fat Choi," families cry out across the world as midnight arrives, bringing Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is a major event in Chinese culture, and is celebrated by Chinese families across the world. This year Chinese New Year  occurred on Feb 18. Carlmont's...

Crouching Tiger for Chinese excellence

Crouching Tiger for Chinese excellence

Shayan Mandegarian, Staff Writer
February 12, 2014
Filed under A&E

Newly renovated Chinese restaurant Crouching Tiger delivers great tasting food with an average experience. Once, the Downtown Redwood City restaurant could be considered small as during busy weekends, there was barely enough elbow room and the noise from all the other eaters was deafening. But...

King Chuan Chinese Restaurant provides an authentic ambiance

King Chuan Chinese Restaurant provides an authentic ambiance

December 19, 2012
Filed under A&E

[media-credit id=48 align="aligncenter" width="224"][/media-credit]King Chuan Chinese Restaurant is located on the corner of San Carlos Avenue and Laurel Street in San Carlos. Its authentic food surrounded by an excellent cultural atmosphere makes it a prime spot to grab some Chinese food. With a ...

Quick to leave Sun’s Chinese Cuisine

Quick to leave Sun’s Chinese Cuisine

Claudia Leist, Staff Writer
November 19, 2012
Filed under A&E

Sun's Chinese Cuisine, located at 251 South B Street in downtown San Mateo, is a direct example of bad hospitality. With its rude waiters and slow pay service, we left with full bellies but an unsatisfying experience. We ordered chicken chow mein, sweet and sour pork, and potstickers. The food...

Yeah! Chinese cuisine scores high

Yeah! Chinese cuisine scores high

Claudia Leist, Staff Writer
October 7, 2012
Filed under Campus

              Yeah!, a long-time bar and Chinese restaurant off Redwood Shores Parkway, has been a comfortable spot to enjoy dinner and a drink for years. The well-priced Chinese cuisine accommodates people who want a quick lunch and a pla...

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