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“Thank you, Teachers!”
Let’s prepare traditional Japanese sweets for our teachers!
September 28 is our Teachers’ Day.
Every one of us has unforgettable memories about our teachers for what they have given us,
or Tzu-Cheng/Yi-Te dads or moms who have accompanied us for a while.
Ms. Su-Yung Lai is our Yi-Te mom who is accompanying our Nursing sophomores this year,
and she will show us how to prepare gifts to express our appreciation.
During the session, we will write down our gratitude on the cards, prepare seeds, and make traditional Japanese sweets*.
A single seed can grow to a big tree, and the meaning of preparing seeds is to cherish every opportunity to be with our teachers.
Our gifts then will be presented to those we love.
Join us! Let’s enjoy this coffee break and prepare gifts together, and meanwhile, listen to others’ beautiful stories!
* The traditional Japanese sweets are named Wagashi that are often served with tea.
They are made from diverse ingredients and come up with various shapes.