Sunday, May 08, 2016

Vegetarian Lunch at Fine Dining Vegetarian

Today is Mother's Day.  I woke up early myself and made my own breakfast.  I didn't remember that I should make breakfast for my mom too, until my dad suggested that but my mom already had her breakfast.

After breakfast, we went to Gardena to visit my grandma.  We also dropped by Kai's place because my mom had a gift for them.  Later in the afternoon, we went to San Gabriel for my mission project.  Mom suggested we try this vegetarian restaurant in Alhambra before we go to the San Gabriel Mission.  

Fine Garden Vegetarian on Las Tunas

Menu

Menu

Dim sum menu

Deep fried oyster mushroom (I like this)

Lotus root with white fungus (very plain)

Tofu with sauce (my favorite)

Friday, April 15, 2016

Blue Hair Day for Mr. P

This morning we had a special flag deck.  It's the day that our principal dyed his hair blue.

Why you may ask?  Because the blue team from the jog-a-thon had fund raised a larger amount than the green team.  You see, all the students from our school were divided into green and blue team.  Ahem ... I am in the blue team.  And the blue team has collected more money than the green team.  As a promised, our principal and vice principal, both, dyed their hair blue for one day ... today!

Both of them were surprised with special Mustang hair treatment

Keep an eye on the Mustang behind our vice principal

Cover them up for the surprise

 tick tock tick tock tick tock ....

I couldn't wait for the surprise

The reveal of our blue hair principal and vice principal

Nice blue hair Mr. P and Mrs. Beal

A group picture with the stylist, Mrs. Youmans and check out our new Mustang

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Fourth Grade Open House 2016

This year Meadow Park Elementary school's open house was after spring break.  Last year's open house was before spring break.  Here are some pictures from my mom's camera on the open house evening.


My mom has sharp eyes, she said we made a mistake on our calculation.

This is our culture quilt.

T is for Tortoise (Our California State Reptile)

Online safety


My poem (English)

My 4th grade teacher - Mrs. Anderson

Our science project, building a circuit

Our science project, building a circuit

Saturday, April 09, 2016

CSL3A Class Picture

Today, the class photographer from Chinese school helped to take our class picture. Mom stood in to take one for her own record.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Field Trip to Mission San Juan Capistrano

Typed by Brandon dated 3/15/2016:

Today for our 4th grade field trip we went to San Juan Capistrano!  The mission is extremely beautiful and I think you should visit it. My group includes me, my mom, Clark's mom, Shyam, Kaitlyn, Clark, and Namrata. We had a fun time. We were there from 9:15 to 11:15. I had fun learning about the mission.

It was built in 1776 by the Spanish. We saw a dining room, a church, a fountain, a cemetery, a great chapel and bells. The fountain had fish in it! The mission a place for Native Americans to live and work in. They farmed and raised cattle there. We saw a presido (fort) that looked awesome. I didn't buy anything from the gift shop. I wish we went there again.

Left to right: Shyam, me, Clark, Namarata, Kaitlyn.

People on the Bus.

 Kids from our school

Class picture

Guy showing Native American stuff.

Presido

A tree

This was the bed for the Spanish soldier

Acorn mashing holes

Central courtyard

Dining room

Bells

Promotion

The great chapel

Me and Mom

Group picture

Presido and chapel

Chapel

                                                                Fountain with fish