Co-Curricular Pocket Guide

Co-Curricular Showcase: Lion Dance

This is our second showcase of the MCNC’s Online Pocket Guide to Co-Curriculars – “the good, the bad, the ugly…”


What is Lion Dance and what do you do?liondance2.jpg

You climb into a “big lion costume” which may be familiar from school assemblies or Chinese culture, and learn a dance routine – unless you choose to be a percussionist, who plays a percussion instrument to set a rhythm to the dance.

Why should you join Lion Dance?

Lion dance is a fun co-curricular which allows you to make new friends as well as build up your teamwork skills. Also, the friendly atmosphere, as well as “the gorgeous leader” are according to the said so leader great reasons to join.

When are meetings and how do you join?

X-block on Mondays after-school, is when the lion dance group meets, and you need only to turn up to join.

Contributors to the Co-Curricular Showcase are: Elinor Wang, Joyce Chan, Cassandra Liu and Wayne Zhou. Edited by: Zachary Wong


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