As “social distancing” becomes a phrase of the past, it is time for us to rediscover our community once again. Join us on a journey of cultural exploration, to learn and experience the Chinese culture that is present all around us. Find out more at our free Chinese Cultural Workshop! 疫情下的社交距离在逐渐消失，但人心之间的隔阂依旧存在。让我们重新问候自己的邻居，走进自己的社区，一起探寻那些散落在社区里的华族文化元素。快来参加华中国际学校中文部举办的华族文化主题分享会吧! 入场免费。
Are you a fan of puzzle games? Apart from jigsaw puzzles and Rubik’s Cubes, would you like to know more about traditional Chinese puzzle games? Join us, as we explore the origins and game rules of Chinese classic games! Find out more at our free Chinese Cultural Workshop! 你喜欢玩益智游戏吗？除了拼图和魔方，你还知道哪些益智游戏？本次华族文化主题分享会将向大家介绍一些有趣的中国传统益智游戏。快来参加华中国际学校中文部举办的华族文化主题分享会吧! 入场免费。
The Forbidden City is known by the world for its architectural beauty. What is the Fengshui philosophy behind the Forbidden City, on top of its magnificent architecture and profound cultural and historical background? Find out more at our free Chinese Cultural Workshop! 故宫之美，举世闻名，除了气势恢宏的建筑之美和底蕴深厚的文化之美，你还知道故宫蕴含的风水哲学吗？快来参加华中国际学校中文部举办的华族文化主题分享会吧! 入场免费。
Join us online in our Virtual Open House! Meet our school leaders, teachers, current students and alumni to find out more about our integrated curriculum, student learning experience, admission requirements and much more. Shape your child’s future with HCIS!
Do you know what the various Chinese dialects in Singapore are? Do you know the origin of your surname? Discover your roots with us! 作为一名新加坡华人，你知道自己来自哪里吗？你会讲自己的方言吗？快来参加华中国际学校中文部主办的华族文化主题线上分享会吧！
Join us in our online Chinese calligraphy workshop to know more about the story behind Chinese calligraphy and how it is related to us! 作为一名在多元文化融合社会里成长的新加坡华人，我们可以通过学习中文书法提升文化修养。其实，中文书法在新加坡有非常悠久的历史渊源以及广受欢迎，你想知道它们的故事吗？其实它离我们生活很近！
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Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) alumna Yeo Yeo grew up in Brunei but sought to pursue higher education in Singapore, where she was born. The Singaporean wanted to be in the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma programme as she was drawn to its emphasis on independent learning, project work and research work.