On October 31, these "naughty" students ushered in Kaiwen's first Halloween.
Newfangled and creative costumes were definitely one of the highlights of the Halloween event. The students, who had long been anticipating for this event, fully used their imagination and creativity.
The students not only had a great time, but also learned about and experienced other cultures.
During breaks, students burst into teachers' offices and their seniors' classrooms with their jack-o-lanterns and yelled: "Trick or Treat!". The enthusiastic students cleaned out the school's candy supply almost instantly.
Trick or Treat
Although students come from different families, the Kaiwen campus is filled with love and care and has already become like a second home.
The Principal Zhou also encouraged students to learn and understand the cultures of different countries in a fun way through the event. Whether it's a traditional Chinese mythological character, or a foreign superhero, these characters embody the different stages of a country's culture, dreams, and philosophy of life. While imitating the characters they like, students should seek to understand the culture they represent in order to broaden their horizons, enrich their knowledge, and strive to pursue and realize their dreams.
In today's environment of rapid, global integration, cultural integration and exchange has become an important method for international communication. Kaiwen is committed to providing students with rich cultural events, both in and out of school. This allows students to experience authentic world cultures, enrich their knowledge, and broaden their horizons so they will feel at-ease and more self-confident during future international exchanges.