The Eternity Band was established in 2018 by a group of 7 student musicians from Challenger School Ardenwood. Today we have grown into a music group of 4 independent bands, formed by dozens of members from different schools.
Our band is a platform for our members to practice music, learn theory / composition, discuss academic studies, socialize with each other and spread their joy of music to our community as a team. We are a democratic institution where members decides their leaders, their programs and their directions. Our members engage in music through a multi-layer approach ( individual solos / small group ensembles / general band ensembles ), with a goal to competing in high level band competitions / music composition competitions.
Silicon Valley Dance Art Group
Silicon Valley Dance Art Group: We focus on dance party friends, mainly classical dance, folk dance, and modern dance. Dancing is the key to a beautiful temperament! The art of dancing gives elegance and the ability to persevere in the face of challenges. Furthermore, we will occasionally enjoy dance performances, cheongsam shows, and other Patty events. Good moods make you look beautiful!
EDS (Enjoy Dance Studio) was founded in 2016, and is the largest Asian-owned dance studio in the Bay Area, with locations spanning across San Francisco, San Mateo, the East Bay, and the South Bay. Currently, the studio offers classes in the styles of Kpop, Hiphop-inspired choreography, Jazz, Contemporary, Popping, TikTok dance, Parent-Child, and more. The types of classes offered include Foundations, Beginner Choreography, regularly scheduled choreography and cover dance classes of all levels, premium classes, and more that we hope can satisfy your dance goals!
EDS, like its name, welcomes all who enjoys dancing and making new friends - living by the motto "Enjoy Dance, Enjoy Life." Since the founding of the studio, we have seen drastic improvements in our student body, which actively participates in performance events and contributes passionate and vibrant energy to both the dance community and the Bay Area. Please don't hesitate to join in the fun！
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Coach Huang and other Chau Academy students will demonstrate knife skills, boxing and leg skills, and cudgel skills using Zoujia Bagua sticks.
Chau Academy's mission is to promote traditional Chinese culture and introduce Chinese culture to the world. Let more people understand what Chinese Kung Fu actually is and what it means to be a martial artist.
Hanfu walkshow and introduction to Hanfu
Hanfu, the traditional styles of clothing worn by ancient chinese
The North California Hanfu Association has been committed to promoting Hanfu overseas. Through this walkshow, we is going to showcase the costumes from the Wei Jin, Tang, Song, and Ming dynasties. The clothing of each dynasty is full of its own cultural characteristics, and also reflects the inheritance and development of Chinese culture and history. Hanfu is an important part of traditional Chinese culture.
Yue Opera - Heavenly Girl Scattering Flowers
Yue Opera "Heavenly Girl Scattering Flowers" is adapted from Peking Opera "Heavenly Girl Scattering Flowers", which originated from the Buddhist story "Vimalakirti Sutra", "Heavenly Girl Scattering Flowers" to test the Bodhisattva and Shravaka
The way of the son, the flower will fall on the body of the bodhisattva, but it will not fall on the body of the disciple. Yue Opera "Heavenly Girl Scattering Flowers" has a graceful and soft voice, and the actors dance colorfully
Silk flows like a rainbow.
Photo Credit by 北加州汉服社
Hanfu dance - tambourine
12:29 - 12:33pm
"Shang Tambourine" is taken from "Qingyu Case Yuanxi", which is a poem created by Xin Qiji, a poet in Song Dynasty. Starting with colorful vibrant scenes, it contrasts the image of Han women who are out of the ordinary. There is a playful, tactful, and long tune showing the dazzling lanterns, the sound of music, and ladies in Han costumes participating in a grand lantern festival.
Photo Credit by 北加州汉服社
Traditonal Folk music performance
Traditonal Folk music performance 12:35 - 13:00pm "Colorful Clouds Chasing the Moon" 12:35-12:40pm The meaning of this song is that the immortals ride colorful clouds to the moon palace. A famous piece of Cantonese music, its style is light and unique, and it describes the relaxed and freehand life of ordinary citizens. "Liang Zhu" 12:40-12:43pm Liang Zhu, one of the four major love stories in China, tells the poignant love story of Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai. In the conservative era, the two were separated. But Liang Zhu's true feelings were so touching that the two turned into colorful butterflies and danced gracefully. Music expresses the yearning and pursuit of a happy life and a beautiful love. "Liangzhou Dabian" 12:43pm-12:47pm This piece is a very famous piece of music. It shows the scene of frontier soldiers drinking fine wine after the battle. It has a kind of freehand and uninhibited life. This song was dedicated to Tang Xuanzong by Guo Zhiyun, the governor of Xiliang Prefecture in the Tang Dynasty, and it was almost lost. After the hit drama "Meng Hualu", it became widely known. "Uninhibited" 12:48-12:52pm The song "Unruly" is the theme song of the TV series "Chen Qingling", which expresses the friendship of young people. Composed by the famous composer Lin Hai. The first half of the song is melodious and tactful, expressing the deep friendship between the two, and the second half is free and easy, depicting the story of chivalry and loyalty. Easter Egg Track (Confidential) optional - 12:52pm - 12:56pm
Photo Credit by 北加州汉服社
Fremont Chinese School is one of the largest Chinese schools in the East Bay. We offer classes in Chinese language and electives, such as Chinese yoyo. The ages of the students in Fremont Chinese School Chinese yoyo team range from 5 years old all the way to sixteen years old. This group of children, who have grown up with American culture since their childhood, has started playing Chinese yoyo in different opportunities. Since then, they have made indissoluble bonds with Chinese yoyo. The purpose of the Chinese yoyo team is to promote and inherit this valuable traditional Chinese folk art in Western societies.
Qifengtang was founded by Ms. Shen Zisu, a descendant of Chinese-American and Manchu banner people. Committed to the interaction, dissemination and promotion of international cheongsam culture with connotation and high quality. In April 2017, at the city hall special event of the 2nd San Francisco Cheongsam Culture Month, the former mayor of San Francisco Lee Mengxian solemnly announced that April 14th is the "Chinese Cheongsam Day" in San Francisco. One day belongs to the Chinese cheongsam, adding a splendid page to the history of cheongsam culture.
Qifengtang is also a professional female charm education sharing platform in the San Francisco Bay Area with cheongsam as the carrier, providing the most high-quality image and body management courses for Chinese women. Image power wins life, cheongsam dance, cheongsam model class, become a charming gas station around you. Qifengtang brand cheongsam provides women in the Bay Area with intimate choices for different occasions such as weddings, etiquette and leisure.
The newly established Chinese traditional dance team is composed of members who love Chinese traditional dance led by Jade Yang. We aim to explore Chinese classical dance and contemporary dance as an expression of our attitude and enthusiasm. We hope our audience could experience the charm
of dance through our performance.
Chef Yan has remained an active international food ambassador throughout his career. He roams the world representing different commercial and social concerns to entertain and educate the public, sharing with them his unique humor and strong passion for Chinese cooking. On the day of the event, Chef Yan will demonstrate how to make mooncakes on-site and give away free gifts!