Chinese Autumn Festival in Kolkata- Part 2

Know-All's Box

I had written about my visit to theChinese Autumn Festival, celebrated here in Kolkata by the Indian Chinese community. Continuing from the Paper Craft competition for the kids, there was a stage event where all the kids performed various song and dance routines. But, if the parents were thinking they were just part of the audience, they were in for some surprises. Soon, the MC had all the parents up on the stage for different games, which had the audience in splits!

I think, I may have mentioned this in myearlier post, and I repeat. What really appealed to me about the function was that it seemed like a big family get together. The Chinese community, here in Kolkata is very small and dwindling fast, with the younger generation preferring to move abroad, in search of better opportunities and friendlier environment than India. This perhaps brings…

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