FHSU celebrates Lunar New Year

BY REBEKAH REED

The 2023 Lunar New Year will begin on Sunday, and this year is the year of the Rabbit. Lunar New Year marks the beginning of a lunar calendar and is one of the biggest Chinese holidays. The Chinese Student Association at FHSU shared some fun traditions associated with the celebration with students on Thursday night.

Students were taught how to make homemade Chinese dumplings. Each table had the ingredients: meat filling, wrapper, flour, and dough to try it out.
Once the dumplings were made they were taken to the cooking station where they were boiled.
The Chinese Student Association members are working hard on the homemade dumpling wrappers for everyone.
Guests were able to see a live step-by-step tutorial on how to fold the dumpling wrapper and make wontons.
The Chinese Student Association members working hard on the homemade dumpling wrappers for everyone to enjoy.
The Memorial Ballroom was filled with students, faculty, and guests to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
The Memorial Ballroom was filled with students, faculty, and guests to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
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