slide image

Traditional Chinese Dance will be just one of a number of cultural performances at the Feb. 9 Chinese New Year Celebration presented in the Education & Humanities Theatre on campus by the DSU Chinese Students and Scholars Association.

  Chinese New Year Celebration at DSU on Feb. 9


Delaware State University’s Chinese Students and Scholars Association will host the 2014 Chinese New Year Celebration from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9 in the Education and Humanities Building on the DSU campus.

The cultural event on campus is free and open to the public.

During the program there will be eight professional performers from Ningbo University in China who will take part in the celebration show. There will also be about 200 student performers from the Chinese Immersion Programs at McIlvaine Early Childhood Center, Allen Frear Elementary School and W.B. Simpson Elementary School, all in the Caesar Rodney School District.

The programs will include Chinese traditional singing, dancing and instruments, Korean traditional singing and dancing as well as Kung Fu movements.

After the three-hour performance, attendees are invited to take part in the Chinese New Year Banquet being served at the Chinatown Restaurant in the North Dover Shopping Center across from the DSU campus. The cost of the meal is $13.50 for adults and $6.75 for children.