Principal's Words/ Hsiu-Ling Lee
Board of Director's Words/ Jenny Li
Board of Directors
School Staffs and Teachers Group photos
: Preschool(p.15) Basic I (p.19)
Basic II (p.26) 1st Grade (p.30)
2nd Grade(p.34)Intro A (p.40)Intro B (p.45)
Intro C (p.48) Intro D (p.51)Level 1 (p.57)
: (p.63)(p.67)(p.74)(p.76)Level 2 (p.80)
Level 4 (p.87) Let's Talk (p.90)
: / 9th/10th Grade (p.99)
B 11th Grade B (p.107) Conversation (p.110)
After Class Tutor Program
Youth Crafts Sewing Class Dance Team
/ Basketball Teams
Halloween Costume Contest
Prize Card Day
Yearbook Cover Design Contest Artwork
Discount Card List
(Emergency Evacuation) (Lockdown
/Feed My Starving Children !
3Chairman &Web Master
I hope that everyone is safe and well. We finished up the 2019 school year with mixed feelings.
Year 2020 is not an ordinary year. A lot of things have had happened since. I am thrilled to see
how we have adapted to a virtual learning model. I`d like to say "Thank you" to all of our board
members and teachers for working together to make it happen. I know it hasn't been easy, but
we are determined to evolve and adapt and to provide a safe environment for our students. Despite all the chaos going on, we must ensure that our students can carry on with their study and
continue with our traditions.
Here are some fun facts:
Do you know that the word "Mandarin" doesn't actually exist in Chinese?
Chinese speakers use the word in English but are just as likely to just say "Chinese". The English
word "Mandarin" comes from Sanskrit, and originally meant an official of the Ming and Qing empires -- and their language.
Do you know that simplified Chinese is not much simpler?
Mainland China uses "Simplified Chinese", whereas Hong Kong and Taiwan use "Traditional"
Chinese". Relatively few characters are significantly simplified, to . Many are only vaguely
simplified, like to .
Do you know Chinese became an official UN language in 1946?
However, it wasn't used as a working language until 1973 for the General Assembly and 1974 for
the UN Security Council.
Be strong and continue to learn, make your own memories in this historical moment.
Hanging there, we will get through this.
I am looking forward to see you all in person at school soon.
Chairwoman of BOD,
Chinese Linguistic School of Phoenix
4Chairman &Web Master
Fang Pei Li
Yalin Chen Dorman
Chinese Culture Association Chinese Culture Association
Chinese Culture Association
Su-Heng LinGeneral administrator
Safety & Facility
Advisor & Photographer
Advisor & Photographer
Yearbook Chief Editor
Ed always take beautiful
photos of us.
President: Aaron Lo
V-President: Leyann Yu
As the Student Council, our goal is to act
as representatives of the student body to
improve the quality of life for students
during the school year by hosting numerous
events, such as fundraisers and
volunteering sessions. Ultimately, we strive
to bring our school together as a
community to celebrate Chinese culture
and education. Thank you to every member
of the student council, to the parents and
teachers who have shown their continuous
support for our school, and to the students
who work hard every week to learn
Chinese. This year has been a great one,
and I wish the best for future student
Treasure: Evelyn Chin
Secretary: Emily Kuo
Advisor: Terry Chen
Secretary: Amelia Yen
Historian: Connie Kang11~!
Volunteer at FMSC
Wen Hao Kuo
Austin Chen3536373839Intro A
It has been my pleasure to
work with you this year.
Thank you so much for
learning with me all the
wonderful topics. It has
been a precious
experience and a fun time
with you all!
Xavier LaiWe have all the
cute mice in our
Let's draw a fish together!
41Learning about the ocean creatures
This class loves me the most, they
especially like my kisses in class.
Don't forget all the
fun we had with our
good friend from
43Intro A Family
I hope my lessons can be the beginning of the first chapter of your journey in learning
Mandarin. I also hope that you will grow up happily, safely and healthily with a
heart full of love and gratitude.
"SEITUC" FO SSALC
Intro Class CogudreV aerdnA
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Intro CsU tuobA
Welcome to Intro Class C! My name is Ms. Law and I
am the instructor for this course. In our class, we
spend time learning the basics of Mandarin. Whether
it is writing, speaking, or reading, we do it all! This
year, we have learned the basic vocabularies covering
transportation, countries, colors, and more! We do a
lot of hands-on activities such as singing Chinese
children songs, kahoot quizzes, story time discussions,
and other interactive learning activities. One of our
class's favorite activity is the fly-swatter game where
we look for the correct vocabulary. We also enjoy
spending time with each other during break times
sharing about our week.
"A Journey of a Thousand Miles, Begins with a Small Step"
Arianne LawIntro D
Change your thoughts
and you change your world.
Norman Vincent Peale
Sergio Camilo Roa
Ella Buettner5253545556Ino Liao Yu
A journey of a thousand miles may not be
achieved without each step, just as an ocean
may not be formed without gathering every
brook and stream. Xunzi (313-238 B.C.)
Alexis Li Shepherd
Wish you the best luck!
Ryker Wolfgang Sollars
71: Patches ()Mimi123
" Ocean "
Lemoncello Thea S
76Language is the roadmap of a culture.
It tells you where its people come from and
where they are going .
- Rita Mae Brown
Acadia Dae Bargiel
Eray Kai Dorman
Language is a power.
I am delighted to teach these
students for a couple of years.
Once I have heard them
speaking Chinese, it is the most
achievement I have ever made.
I am proud of you all.
Ms. Judy Wu
Jasmine Weaver88Happy Chinese New Year!
Our favorite games are Kahoot! & Gimkit.
Also Quizlet help us to learn Chinese.
: Xun ydao cai ,
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Egg fried rice
Cook the rice following pack instructions, then
drain, spread it out to steam-dry and set aside.
Heat 2 tbsp of the oil in a large wok over a high
heat, then add the onion and fry until lightly
browned, around 5 mins. Add the rice, stir and
toast for about 3 mins, then move to the side of
Add the remaining oil, then tip in the egg mixture.
Leave to cook a little, then mix in with the
rice - stir vigorously to coat the grains or, if
you prefer the egg chunkier, allow to set for a
little longer before breaking up and stirring
through. Tip into a serving bowl and scatter
over the spring onion to serve.
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11th Grade B
If a man keeps cherishing his old knowledge, so
as continuously to be acquiring new, he may be
a teacher of others.
Its been great to have you
guys in class Definately see
great improvement and potential on you guys!! Even
though our semester was cut
short due to the unexpected
event, i would like to see you
guys continue find ways to
practice what you have
learned so far!! Its better to
make mistakes than not trying to practice.
6 months old
2011 K-3 U600
2009 Mother's day
8/18/2015 1st day
2020 HHS friends
2020 Harvard Trip
124125After Class Tutor Program
2019-2020126127Teacher: Ahua Briner
129Sewing is good for hands and
132Crochet Donation project
Teacher: (Ashley Tse)
Since its creation in 2015, the
CLS Phoenixes have performed
at the school's Fall BBQ and
Spring Festival, as well as outside of
school events with the goal of
representing CLS and spreading
Chinese culture. The team's most
memorable moment was
performing at Universal Studios
Hollywood last year!
At the beginning of the season, the Phoenixes performed at the
Double T Celebration sponsored by the Chinese United
Association of Greater Phoenix!
134In December, the Phoenixes
performed again at the
LivGenerations Senior Living
Community, continuing the
tradition of bringing holiday joy
to seniors and giving back to
135Coach John Chang & Derrick Wong
136Coach Jack Hsu
143144145Prize Card Day
146147Phoenix Chinese Week is a series of cultural,
social and educa onal events highligh ng the
diverse culture of China. Its annual 3-day Culture and Cuisine Fes val that a racts thousands of par cipants features the arts, food,
dance, entertainment, history and heritage of
Children of all ages can enjoy the complimentary cultural and fun hands-on
ac vi es at The Children's Pavilion, including paper folding, folk arts, paper
cu ng and other arts and cra s. View
a demonstra on of Chinese calligraphy
and have your English name translated
into Chinese. An opportunity for children to expand their knowledge about
Chinese culture, folk arts and cra s,
customs and heritage.
Cody Tseng# 16
Mina Imbomone# 35
Mr. Danny D.Y. Liu & Mrs. Karen H.C. Lin
(Grace Lee )
(Mr. &Mrs. Kien-To Trieu )
( Kelly Hsu)
(Yu Lien Huang)
(Su Heng Lin)
(Ping Chih &Gloria Huang Chen)
(Mr.&Mrs. Jack Hsu) ( )
(Chen-Yao & Cathy Ho)
(Ahua Briner)( )
Phoenix Chinese Week
,,, Kwok Choy
- Emily Sheen, Wendy Sollars, Anna Mann
- Joy Lu, Connie Kang, Hoching Lin, Yuling Chiao, Ahua Briner
2019 (Fall BBQ)
: Wendy Sollars
Robert & Janet Scoby
Pinata// Connie Chia
: Florensia Tedja Julie HuangMily Kao Sharon
Chen Wendy Sollars
Linda Buettner Nicole Osborn Lily Hsueh, Melissa SwansonKendra
D'Ercole Yuling ChiaoYu-Ping Poh Hoching Lin Marta Waddell
Irene LinDaphne Chen
: Kevin Teng
160Asian Dining Chinese Kitchen
Best Hong Kong Dining
Chengdu Delight Chinese Cuisine
China Magic Noodle House
China Village Kitchen
Da Yung's Tea
Golden Egg Roll
Izzy's Bakery & Cafe
KTV Lucky Star Asian Dining
Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House
Pacific Seafood Buffet
Ramen Dozo, Japanese Restaurant
161(Publisher)/ (Hsiu-Ling Lee)
(Chief Editor)/ (Ahua Briner)
(Art Editor)/ (Ariel Law), (Vicky Wu)
(Editors)/ ((Pei-Ling Chen), ((Connie Kang),
(Yung Wen Lee), (Jenny Su),
(Grace Behrens), (Pei-Yu Kuo),
(Joy Lu, ), ), (Jeanie Huang)
(Vivian Peijung Li), (Terry Chen),
( Hsiu-Fen Chien), (Jenny Chen),
(Sophia Lee), (Jiun-Hwey Shaffer),
(Nancy Ritzert), (Vicky Wu), ),
(Tauna Liu), (Ariel Law),
(Ino Liao Yu), (Judy Wu),
(Hsiu-Ling Lee), (Jenny Li),
(Chen-Fang Chou ), (Ashley Tse),
(Leyann Yu ), (Emily Kuo),
(Aaron Lo), (Davis Lu), (Jeffrey Hsu)
(Amelia), (Brandon Tse)
(Front Cover Picture)/ (Sophia Zhang)
(Back Cover Picture)/ (Evelyn Chen)
(Photographers) / (Jeff Jenq), (Jesse Lo),
(Edmond Tse), (Jennifer Jenq)
: (Chinese Linguistic School of Phoenix)
: (480) 620-1982
: 2020 8
: International Minute Press, Tempe