Bishop’s students learn about Lunar New Year

Tamami Yoshida writes her name in calligraphy.

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Brittany Comunale

The Global Education Initiative Parents Advisory Committee and Bishop’s parents of Asian heritage sixth- through 12th-graders at The Bishop’s school organized an event combining Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Japanese traditions for Lunar New Year Day on Feb. 3. It was part of the school’s Global Education Initiative to provide on campus speakers, events and activities.

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