The theme of the 2010 MCA Chinese Language and Culture Camp will be Modern China: Its people, society, geography, pop culture, movie stars, singers, top athletes and more. The theme of the 2010 MCA Chinese Language and Culture Camp will be Modern China: Its people, society, geography, pop culture, movie stars, singers, top athletes and more.

Students will be able to "visit" China, "meet" people there, "find" their hometown.  They will get to know the famous Chinese stars, watch their movies and hear their songs.  Students can also earn Chinese "money" by speaking Chinese and shop with Chinese "money" at the camp store.

Students will also learn about Chinese water-color painting, Chinese paper-cut/Peking Opera Mask Making, Chinese flute music, Go/abacus, Kung Fu/outdoor exercises, games, Chinese dramas and songs.

The 2010 MCA Chinese Language and Culture Camp will be held Aug. 9- 13, 2010 at Macalester College of St. Paul. The Camp is open to children ages 6 - 13 (completed kindergarten through Grade 6).  The registration deadline is April 15.

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