紐約華僑學校公布詩詞與演講比賽結果

責任編輯:鄭樺/紐約報導 2023-05-01 

【大紀元2023年05月01日訊】(大紀元訊)位於紐約市曼哈頓華埠的紐約華僑學校,為鍛鍊校內學生的中文表達能力,在4月29日至4月30日舉辦詩詞與演講比賽。活動展現了同學們生動活潑的精神風貌與師生辛苦演練的成果,贏得無數的掌聲。此次活動參與的實體及網路學生人數計約400人。

紐約華僑學校校長王憲筠表示,僑校宗旨為傳承中華文化及語言,而學習中文就是傳承文化對學生來說可謂難上加難。所以無論得獎與否,每一位參賽學生都需給予鼓勵與肯定;並鼓勵全校每位學生,藉由演講比賽可以訓練自己語言溝通能力,未來不但可以為自己發聲,並可為家人、社會及國家發聲。另外,經由演講訓練,並可增強自信心及提升自我表達的能力。身為僑校的一分子,能夠提供並營造一個快樂學習的環境,倍感驕傲。本年度詩詞演講比賽活動,獲得全校師生的熱烈參與,圓滿成功。

當日詩詞歌曲比賽各組前三名得獎者:週六班的第一名為陳瑞鈺,第二名為Chloe Chen,第三名為林雨澤;週日班的第一名為Jill Li,第二名為朱妮娜,第三名為Maggie Shu。

當日演講比賽各組前三名得獎者:週六小學部的第一名為岑雅理,第二名為林雨晨,第三名為Ian Huang;優秀獎為李美怡;週日小學部的第一名為張進銘,第二名為關俊澤,第三名為關倩寍;初中部的第一名林靜瀅,第二名雷婉麗。


The New York Chinese School's 2023 Speech and Poetry Competition

The New York Chinese School held a speech and poetry competition on April 29th and 30th to enhance students' Chinese language expression skills. Through the collective efforts of the entire school's faculty and students, participants fully demonstrated the results of their hard work, earning numerous rounds of applause. Approximately 400 students, both in-person and online, participated in this event.
Principal Jennifer Wang expressed that the school's mission is to pass down Chinese culture and language, and learning Chinese is a crucial indicator of cultural heritage. Learning Chinese can be challenging, especially for those without a foundation in the language. Therefore, regardless of winning or not, every participating student deserves encouragement and recognition. Principal Wang encouraged all students to use speech competitions to train their language communication skills, enabling them not only to speak for themselves but also for their families, society, and the country. Additionally, through speech training, students can build confidence and enhance their ability to express themselves. As a member of New York Chinese School, being able to provide and create a joyful learning environment is a great honor。
The Poetry and Speech Competition for this academic year received enthusiastic participation from the entire school community and was a complete success.
Winners of the Poetry and Song Competition in each group:
Saturday Class: 1st place - Frankie Chen, 2nd place - Chloe Chen, 3rd place - Eric Lin
Sunday Class: 1st place - Jill Li, 2nd place -Nina Zhu, 3rd place - Maggie Shu
Winners of the Speech Competition in each group:
Saturday Elementary School Division: 1st place -Ali Aleyasin, 2nd place - Rosemary lin, 3rd place - Ian Huang; Excellence Award -Meiyi Li
Sunday Elementary School Division: 1st place - Trenton Cheong, 2nd place - Brian Guan, 3rd place - Grace Guan
Middle School Division: 1st place - Ashley Lin, 2nd place - Wendy Lei













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Summer Camp Final Presentation

New York Chinese School held the "2023 Summer School Performance" on August 11th, where more than 150 students graduated from the summer school; and more than 200 parents attended the performance. The venue was warm and welcoming. After 6 weeks, the New York Chinese School has left the students with unforgettable memories.
Under the careful planning of the New York Chinese School team, a splendid performance was held on the 11th. Teachers and students were all excited and dedicated to showcasing the complete results of their learning, which touched the parents in the audience. The performance was presented in a variety of forms, including static and dynamic performances; parents cheered and applauded. It is worth mentioning that the end-of-summer performance not only practiced students' performance skills and self-confidence but also provided a stage for them to show their individuality and team spirit.
During the opening ceremony, special arrangements were made to show the history of New York Chinese School, the support and guardianship of the 60 organizations and community members, and the work that NYCS has accomplished since September 2018, so that parents can understand that NYCS has been serving the community since 1909 to now.
Mr. Raymond Tsang, President of CCBA and Chairman of the Board of Directors of New York Chinese School, also delivered a speech as a parent to extend a warm welcome to parents to New York Chinese School and enjoyed the students' summer performances together. The kindergarten performance of " Little Cutie" and "The Earth is Our Home", a lively and cute dance, innocent and romantic, drew applause from parents.
The second-grade students recited the poem "Song of Water Tune"; in the performance, the students used their strong voices to narrate the classic poem, they not only demonstrated their understanding of the art of poetry but also conveyed their heartfelt emotions and resonance to the audience. In the third student's performance "Summer in a Small Town", parents expressed that their children's performance made them feel the beauty of the song and the growth and progress of their children. Many parents also thanked Principal Wang for her longtime service to the community.
In addition to warmly welcoming each parent's visit and support, Principal Wang also thanked Chairman Tsang for donating his entire salary to the school. She also thanked the teachers for their dedication to teaching, the SYEP staff and volunteers Kaylee Zhou, Xinxuan Chen, Zhitian Liu, Xinxi Shum, Kaiyang Weng, Yinfan Zhou, and Huilin Huang for their hard work, and the New York Chinese School team for their dedication. She emphasized that since the outbreak of the epidemic, New York Chinese School is proud to have continued to play a role in serving students in the community and providing a good learning environment and platform for students.

The New York Chinese School  held the 2023 Autumn Calligraphy Competition on October 14 and 15. It was the second calligraphy competition held ever since the New York Chinese school restarted due to the epidemic. More than one hundred middle and high school students participated. The top five students chosen for their outstanding works in the primary school section were: Anastasia Lai,Katherine Chiu Wu, Marcella Wong, Ian Huang; 
the top three in the junior high school group are: Ava Lee, YongQing Shi, Sebastian Wong; 
The top three in the senior class are: William Ren, Yongqing Xu , Danny Moy. 
Principal Jennifer Wang mentioned that calligraphy shows the beauty of Chinese characters. Through the study of calligraphy, you can not only exercise patience and perseverance, but also improve the individual aesthetics. The New York Chinese School  Chinese School has been promoting and sustaining the mission of inheriting Chinese culture for 114 years and continues to encourage students to learn Chinese language and culture. Calligraphy learning is one of the key projects in learning culture. In addition, calligraphy learning can change a person's temperament. Especially being a minority, one should be more cautious when dealing with people and the mainstream, because it is not only related to your personal image, but also the image of all Asians. Therefore, we hope that through the study of calligraphy, one can improve  one’s character development and promote the beauty of Chinese culture. This year's calligraphy competition was a great success with the enthusiastic participation of teachers and students in middle and senior grades of the school.


9月10日【中國城青少年代表協會】Chinatown Youth Initiatives

CYI舉辦第二十一屆【紐約中國城靚麗日】Chinatown Beautification Day


紐約華僑學校自2022年始與CYI締結合作夥伴關係,共同舉辦是項有意義的活動。這一次活動匯聚了來自大紐約地區和紐約華僑學校的義工及學生志願者,包括知名高中生史岱文森高中、布鲁克林科技高中、布朗士科學高中等校一百多人,致力於美化社區,共同展現一場充滿活力和愛心的傳播活動。
開幕式並由華僑學校華僑學校校長王憲筠介紹僑校歷史及沿革;續通過工作坊討論、小組會議軟體腦力激盪及實際操作清掃街道,建立深厚的友好合作關係,雖逢秋雨,但為社區居民帶來了溫暖和關懷。
活動主辦人Vivian Lam表示,作為新一代華裔,不僅要了解到華埠社區及亞裔美國人的需求,並且要實施行動,為華埠社區做出一份貢獻,使得社區變得更好。
華埠商業共同發展機構執行長陳作舟表示目前如何提升華裔形象及翻轉華人地地位,希望藉由社區的力量團結聯盟,使社區更加發展。
王憲筠表示,作為少數族裔,不僅要互相支持及幫助,還要加倍努力,才能使得這個族裔變得更優秀。並感謝【中國城青少年代表協會】活動主辦人Vivian Lam, Faith Park, Seraphina Ng, Jinyu Xu; 僑校學生志工主任葉嘉誠、糾察隊隊長Jefford Lam, Vicki Ren 團隊及華埠商業共同發展機構執行長陳作舟的結盟合作。同時希望鼓勵年輕人行有餘力參與社區服務的行列。藉此活動,冀盼紐約中國城一天比一天清潔,一天比一天美麗。 

On September 10th, the Chinatown Youth Initiatives, CYI is holding the 21st Chinatown Beautification Day. New York Chinese School has been partnering with CYI since 2022 to organize meaningful events together. This event brought together volunteers from the greater New York area and students from New York Chinese School, who have devoted themselves to beautifying the community and have also displayed a dedication and love to spreading news of this event.
At the opening ceremony, Principal Jennifer Wang, introduced the history and evolution of New York Chinese School; Through workshop discussions, group meetings, brainstorming, and practical street cleaning, we established a deep friendly cooperative relationship and brought warmth and care to the community.
Event organizer Vivian Lam said that as a new generation of Chinese Americans, we must not only understand the needs of both the Chinatown community and Asian Americans, but also take actions to make a contribution to the Chinatown community and make this community better.
Principal Jennifer Wang mentioned that as ethnic minorities, we must not only support and help each other, but also work harder to make this ethnic group stronger. And thank you to Vivian Lam, the event organizer of CYI. And a special thanks to William Chen, CEO of Chinatown BID, for his support and the organization’s sponsorship. Through this event, Principal Wang also hopes to encourage young people to participate in community service in their spare time, and through the power of the public, may we make New York's Chinatown cleaner and more beautiful day by day.

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Donates to Promote Chinese Language Education

The founder of Wonton Company, Ching Sun Wong, donated $ 20,000 to New York Chinese School in the name of the "Ching Sun Culture and Art Foundation" on the 26th, for the purpose of supporting the school's operations. On the same day, at the "Friendship Concert of Light" held at the CCBA auditorium, Ching Sun Wong also performed the Cantonese opera song "Qingwen Buqiu," hoping to promote the charm of Cantonese opera culture.
It is reported that Ching Sun Wong has known Eric Ng for several decades. With the continuous development of Wonton Food Company, the two discussed the establishment of a graduation scholarship program. The funding comes from the Ching Sun Culture and Art Foundation under Wonton Company and is awarded annually to graduates ofNew York Chinese School who intend to continue studying Chinese. In 2018, Ching Sun Wong and Eric Ng, then the president of the NYCS officially established the "Fortune Graduation Fund" for the graduates of the New York Chinese School.
The establishment of this fund has made New York Chinese School the only school among over 300 Chinese schools in the United States to award graduation scholarships, becoming one of its advantages. The fund provides each junior high and high school student with $ 300 and $1,000 respectively. In 2019, the reward extended to elementary school students, with each receiving $100. From 2018 to the present, nearly 500 graduates have benefited from the fund.
As a staunch supporter of educational initiatives, Ching Sun Wong not only donates 50,000 yuan annually to the graduation encouragement fund but also contributes to the school's operational fund. In 2017, he also sponsored the establishment of the "Wonton Food Achievement Scholarship" under the Greater New York Chinese Education Foundation, donating 120,000 yuan each year to reward the children of Asian catering industry families nationwide for completing their studies. He has become a renowned philanthropist in the community.
Principal Jennifer Wang expressed gratitude on behalf of the entire school community for the donation and thanked Wonton Company for its long-term care for the school. She stated that, given the enormous impact of the pandemic, the ability of a family business to continue supporting education is truly commendable, bringing happiness to the students of the New York Chinese School. At the same time, she encouraged community students to cherish the opportunity to learn Chinese and, in the future, apply their knowledge for the betterment of society.

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​  【大纪元2023年01月17日讯】

   纽约华侨学校于2023年1月14日及15日举办2022年秋季成果展演,实体部分计五百多名学童参加此活动。这是疫情以后,纽约华侨中文学校继2022毕业典礼实体录影后举行的第三次盛大活动。由于疫情再次升高,华侨学校基于安全考量,以录影方式进行。

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​纽约华侨学校秋季成果展演。(纽约华侨学校提供)

   本次活动分为两部分进行,第一部分是演讲比赛,第二部分为学生展现学期成果表演。本次展演节目内容包括歌曲、舞蹈、古文诗词朗诵、现代诗朗读等,内容及意涵展现生动活泼。
   校长王宪筠在声明中表示,纽约华侨学校在1962年由时任律师、现任国宝银行董事长的孙启诚协助于纽约州教育厅注册,设立宗旨是传承中华文化及语言。声明中她并感谢了60侨团自1909年以来迄今的资助、社会各界支持、家长的坚持和信任,使学生能在疫情中继续学习中文;以及老师们面对实体及网络教学的挑战继续执教,义工团队的奉献及社会善心人士的资助。
   纽约中华公所主席曾伟康及顾问伍锐贤共捐出10万美金,加惠纽约华侨学校在2022-2023年学年,为前400名注册学生提供全学年度的学费优惠。

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                                            雲吞食品公司 捐僑校5萬元

記者劉梓祁╱紐約報導 2023-03-23











 雲吞食品公司在中華公所向紐約華僑學校捐贈5萬元。(記者劉梓祁╱攝影)

雲吞食品公司22日在紐約曼哈頓華埠中華公所向紐約華僑學校捐贈5萬元,鼓勵華裔學子繼續學習中文及中 華文化,並支持僑校日常運作。

此筆捐款將進入由中華公所設立的「畢業鼓勵基金」(Fortune Graduation Fund),旨在鼓勵更多華裔學子學習中文、傳承文化,並每年向華僑學校的小學、初中和高中畢業生發放從百元到千元不等的獎學金以資鼓勵。

食品公司董事李可星表示,每年向華僑學校捐款已成為傳統,對能夠鼓勵華人學子感到意義非凡;尤其在過去五年中,除了5萬元以外也捐出部分的個人收入,不僅盼藉此鼓勵新一代華裔學習中文,也感謝學校的授課老師。

中華公所顧問、前主席伍銳賢稱,47年前就與李可星因為商業往來相識,並成為好友,多年來兩人一直思考如何才能更好的幫助華人社區,2017年決定設立鼓勵基金,隨後將小學生也納入嘉獎範圍;雖然在疫情初期捐款暫停了一年,但幫助下一代的初心始終沒有改變。

出席出席捐贈儀式的還有中華公所主席曾偉康、雲吞食品公司副總裁黃本立、美東聯成公所主席梁漢本和紐約台山寧陽會館主席伍建平等。

華僑學校於1962年立案註冊為特許公立學校,有課後班以及學生和成人周末普通話、粵語班等多項課程,還有數學預科班、SAT預科班和繪畫班、編程班、功夫班等,目前有約600名學生,更多信息可在https://www.nychineseschool.org/查看。










    雲吞食品公司在中華公所向紐約華僑學校捐贈5萬元。(記者劉梓祁╱攝影)


華僑中文學校成果展 感謝社區

記者顏嘉瑩/紐約報導 2023-01-18 02:23




















僑校舉辦2022年秋季成果展演。圖為高年級現代詩朗誦「見與不見」,與指導老師胡欣以、黃就成及校長王憲筠合影。(僑校提供)

​曼哈頓華埠的紐約華僑中文學校於日前舉辦2022年秋季成果展演,由於新冠感染人數再升,活動以錄影方式進行;僑校校長王憲筠表示,該校宗旨為傳承中華文化及語言,不僅要做社區服務,還需要繼續將此精神發揚光大,讓各界看到僑校存在的價值。
當天為疫後該校舉辦的第三場大型活動,共有500多名學童參加;為嘉惠學子,僑校董事長、紐約中華公所主席曾偉康及顧問伍銳賢共捐出10萬元,讓2022至2023年前400名註冊全學年度的學生享學費優惠,鼓勵更多社區學生,不分族裔繼續學習中文,期未來回饋社區。
王憲筠也感謝中華公所屬下60僑團資助、社會各界支持、家長的堅持和信任,學生能在疫情中繼續學中文,並感謝老師們面對實體及網路教學的挑戰繼續執教,義工團隊的奉獻及社會善心人士的資助。
當日演講比賽各組前三名得獎者:周六小學部第一名岑雅理,第二名李美怡, 第三名林雨晨;初中部周靖雅、江典彬、趙子華;周日小學部張進銘、林靜瑩、Brian Guan;高中部譚瑋珊、雷婉麗、梅丹怡、何景純。
四年級學生張進銘演講「我的媽媽」,內容有力、清晰流暢;高中部梅丹怡、譚瑋珊演講「我心目中的桃花源」,生動勵志。
學生也展現成果表演,包括歌曲、舞蹈、古文詩詞朗誦、現代詩朗讀等,生動活潑;會上頒獎給疫期不畏艱難,實體執教的傑出教師,包括胡欣以、黄就成、石云、朱恩誼、宋艷華、余詩敏、金潔、張滿欣、曹沛慧、陳子馨、翁夢怡、楊信城、林嘉雯、曹嘉怡、梁鈺燕及多位義工學生。













僑校於成果展演活動,頒發傑出教師獎,左到右余詩敏、宋艷華、。(僑校提供)














僑校於日前舉辦「2022年秋季成果展演」活動。圖為一年級學生表演「上學歌」。(僑校提供)

















僑校於日前舉辦「2022年秋季成果展演」活動。圖為四年級學生表演「孩子的天空」。(僑校提供)


The New York Chinese School held the 2022 Fall Program Presentation event on January 14 and 15, 2023. More than 500 students participated in the event. This is the third grand event held by the New York Chinese School after the recording of the 2022 Graduation Ceremony since the pandemic. Due to the severity of the pandemic, the New York Chinese School has decided to record the performances based on safety considerations.
The event was divided into two parts. The first part is the speech contest. The list of winners includes: for the elementary students on Saturday: first place:  Ali Aleyasin, second place: Meiyi Li, and third place: Rosemary Lin. First place for junior high students, first place: Jenna Zhou, second place: Jason Jiang, and third place: Jason Zhao.  For the elementary students on Sunday: first place: Trenton Cheung, second place: Ashley Lin, and third place: Brian Guan. for the high school students on Sunday: first place:  Ivy Tam, second place: Wendy Lei,  third place: Selina Mei, Jingchun He. Among them, Trenton Cheung, a fourth-grade student, gave a speech called  "My Mother", which was powerful and clear. Selina Mei and Ivy Tam from the high school group gave a speech called “The Dream Garden In My Heart”. The content was inspirational, and the content was unanimously praised by the teachers. Through this competition, students can improve their language training in the competition, enhance their ability to express themselves, and build self-confidence. At the same time, students can observe and learn from each other, and improve their language expression ability. 
The second part is the performance of the student’s achievements in the semester. The content of this performance includes songs, dances, and recitation of ancient Chinese poems and modern poems. The content and meaning are vivid and lively. At the same time, awards were presented to the outstanding teachers who did not fear hardships during the pandemic, including Xinyi Hu, Jiucheng Huang, Yun Shi, Enyi Zhu, Yanhua Song, Jie Jin, Manxin Zhang, Peihui Cao, Zixin Chen, Menyi Weng, Xincheng Yang, Jiawen Lin, Jiayi Cao, Yuyan Liang, and volunteer students.
Principal Jennifer Wang is extremely proud and grateful for this event. She said that the establishment purpose of the New York Chinese School is to inherit Chinese culture and language. The New York Chinese School does not only want to serve the Chinatown community but also continue to carry forward to mainstream institutions and let the whole United States see the value and authenticity of the New York Chinese School. 
Principal Wang also thanked the 60 overseas Chinese associations for their support since 1909, the support of all sectors of society, and the persistence and trust of parents, so that students can continue to learn Chinese during the pandemic. She also thanked the teachers for continuing to teach in the face of in-person and online teaching challenges. The dedication of the team and the support of kind-hearted people in society. She also said that from online learning for more than a year to the current online and in-person learning, it is a challenge again and again. And mentioned that the New York Chinese School has two unique advantages including:
1. The Fortune Graduation Fund was set up by Eric Ng, a consultant of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, and Mr. Ching Sun Wong, founder of the Wonton Food Company.
2. The New York Chinese School was registered as an absolute charter school with the New York State Department of Education in 1962 with the assistance of lawyer Thomas Sung (currently the chairman of Abacus Federal Saving Bank). The above are the reasons why the New York Chinese School can stand firm during the pandemic.
In addition, Principal Wang would like to thank Chairman Raymond Tsang and former Chairman Eric Ng for donating $100,000 to give a tuition discount to the first 400 registered students who registered for a full year and encourage more community students to continue learning Chinese regardless of ethnicity. She looks forward to seeing students give back to the community in the future.