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2019 Chinese Folk Culture Parent-child Game Day

OrganizerOntario Society for Chinese Education

LocationMilliken Park, Area C,

                 5555 Steeles Avenue East, Scarborough, ON M9L 1S7

TimeSaturday, August 24, 2019,

           12:00 pm~1:00pm: Registration 

           1:30 pm~3:30 pm: Folklore Game Fun Competition

           4:00 pm: Awards Ceremony

Fun competition items: skipping rope, kicking shuttlecock, Kangaroo

                                     jump, rolling hoop, and other folk games

Awards: the top three who completion of ten competition items will

               receive money prize and trophy

New group gameTug-of-war 10 persons per team, Team member must be age 12 or up, registration fee for Tug-of-war: $5 each team, pre-register required

Free to participate, welcome the whole family and children over 4 years old to participate

On line Registration thru Eventbrite website Link:

or go to OSCE website: download and complete the registration form

Inquiries416-268-9665, 647-639-6396    


2018 June Newsletter !!


Welcome to the 2018 Newcomer Seminar

Sponsor:       Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

Organizer:    Ontario Society for Chinese Education

Location:      3636 Steeles Avenue East, Markham (2 Blocks West of Warden Ave.)

                    Metro Square Lobby

If you come to Canada not for a long time, in the face of completely different living environment, whether it is language, culture, education, medical treatment, there are great differences with your hometown. How to solve these problems?
We will invite experts to discuss the problems faced by new immigrants at different levels and believe that the four lectures will be of help to you.

The first lecture on January 6 was conducted by senior media people currently being the radio program host Mr. Jeffrey Li, who services in an institution dedicated to assist new immigrants. Based on the past experience and from the basic necessities of life that he must face each day, he had provided a very practical way to help new immigrants adapt to Canada’s new life as soon as possible.

The second lecture on February 3 will still be delivered by Mr. Jeffrey Li. In his previous speech, Mr. Lee already mentioned the importance of parent-child relationship. He will tell the audiences more detail on how to improve this parent-child relationship. This is a problem that currently many new immigrant families facing. We believe that this seminar will certainly help parents to solve the doubts.

Time: 2nd, February 3, 2018, Saturday from 2:30 to 4:30 PM

                 How to Maintain Family Dynamic while Living in Another Country?

                 Speaker:  Mr. Jeffrey Lee - Senior Media People

Time: 3rd, February 24, 2018, Saturday from 2:30 to 4:40 PM

                Adapt to Canada’s Education Systems

                Speaker:Dr. Pau Au - Former AY Jackson High School Principal

Time: 4th, March 17, 2018, Saturday from 2:30 to 4:30 PM

                Learn About Canada’s Healthcare Systems

                Speaker: Mrs. Anda Li - Health Education Instructor

Free to attend, please call or register online

Enquiries: 416-268-9665, 416-219-8686, 647-639-6396    



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