Friends - Teaching Chinese@Penn will be hosting a Chinese Karaoke Party on Thursday March 28th at Penn (in Houston Hall) and we are invited to both attend & those of us wanting to perform can get up & sing! I'll be there to cheer & clap, laugh & cry (love songs always get me...), and have fun while supporting a worthwhile Penn Campus group.
Our Philadelphia Asian Professionals MeetUp Group is a SPONSOR of this event, so our members will be able to purchase tickets for the discounted $5 price instead of the $8 price.
I don't have a lot more information than what you will read below, so I suggest that all questions about performing go directly to the Teaching Chinese@Penn group, and their information is below as well. What I do know is that it sounds like a lot of fun! Please RSVP so we know to expect you, and I will hold seats for us to all sit together at the event.
see you there,
Teaching Chinese@Penn Chinese Karaoke Party
March 28th, 7:00pm,
Houston Hall,Hall of Flags,3417 Spruce Street
(1).Both Native Mandarin Speakers and Non native Mandarin Learners
(2).Both people on campus and off campus are welcome
Different prizes are provided by our sponsors, such as meal vouchers of Jane’s Restaurant, Chinese traditional instrument shows,Karaoke gift card, Japanese Cherry Festival Ticket,Trials of Chinese traditional instruments, Trials of language classes,Zento VIP cards.
Most Popular Singer Prize(chosen by audience)
Best Mandarin-speaking Prize(for non-native mandarin speakers)
Best Voice Prize
Benefit for Contestants:
(1). Free List of Most Popular Chinese Songs(Sent privately to your Email)
(2). Free training of Chinese pronunciation if you need(Add it as anything else in the form)
(3). Free Admission on March 28th
(4).Chance to win all the big prizes provided by sponsors
(5).Enjoy cheers from all the audience
Audience Ticket: $5 for students and faculties and Sponsors (which is us!), or $8 for people off campus
Benefit for Audience:
(1).Tea Tasting & Introduction
(2).Free Dragon Tattoo at the door
(3).Raffle to win special show at the end of the party
(4).Know your Zodiac Animal or "eight characters"
Fortunetelling uses what is called the "eight characters" representing the year, month, day and hour of a person's date of birth in the traditional lunar calendar.
(5)You can purchase portrait of Chinese famous pop stars and be give brief introduction about them.
Organizer: Teaching Chinese@Penn
Chinese Arts Center费城华人艺术中心
Philly Asian Professional Meetup Group
Jane G’s Restaurant川王府
Metro Chinese Weekly海华都市报
South Philly High School http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/schools/s/southphila
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact Teaching Chinese@Penn through Email email@example.com