加拿大经典文化教育基金会

2019 Summer Camp

Filial Piety: Being Good to one's Elders

After nearly half a year of intensive preparations, Jiqian academy’s 2019 “filial piety” themed Summer Camp officially kicked off on July 2. This summer camp is based on “The Book of Filial Piety” as the main theme of reading and explaining. The “Book of Filial Piety” is a rare work that systematically displays the Confucian thought system and is also the core foundation of Confucianism. It describes “filial piety” and the methods and steps to promote it that emperors, princes, princes, officials, scholars, and common people should observe. It is hoped that by guiding the children to learn the spirit of filial piety, they can understand their parents’ good intentions, enhance parent-child relationship, and learn to be considerate about others. Outside of reading, the children attended interest class every day where they learn how to make environmentally sustainable crafts, make healthy food, learn math, coding, watch plays, and do many other fun activities and explore important skills. We also went strawberry picking for our field trip this year!

Reading Class

Interests Class

Field Trip

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Classes of Previous Years

From July 6, 2020 to July 24, 2020, CFCCE held a three-week Chinese online summer camp of “The Book of Songs” and “Three Character Classic”. Classmates, parents, and teachers from Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax and other places all actively participated in the activity, and it was very rewarding for one and a half hours a day. The children learned ten popular and beautiful poems from the “Book of Songs”, the source of Chinese poetry. They also learned the catchy, all-encompassing and popular children’s traditional enlightenment textbook “Three Character Classic”, as well as parts related to the “Three Character Classic” and HSK level three Chinese characters.

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2018 Summer Camp “Tao De Jing” Intensive Reading camp lasted from July 2 to August 17. In order to achieve a better teaching effect, teachers from New York, Taiwan, and Toronto gathered together to learn, prepare and teach together. In the classics reading section, the teachers helped the children read and recite the entire 81 chapters of the Tao Te Jing seventy or eighty times. Some chapters can already be memorized by the children. Teacher Yunxiang also explained the key words and sentences in a simple and interesting way, filling the children of curiosity and yearning for this classic full of oriental wisdom.     Learn More

In response to the voices of many parents, Jiqian School organized the first classics reading summer camp from July 6th to July 31st, a total of four weeks. On the first day of the first week, we welcomed this special group of children with great joy. Their ages range from only 4 and a half years old to 13 years old. The children study for three hours a day and finished reading many chapters in “The Great Learning”, “The Doctrine of the Mean” and “Selected English Classics” in four weeks.      Learn More

In response to the voices of many parents, Jiqian School organized the first classics reading summer camp from July 6th to July 31st, a total of four weeks. On the first day of the first week, we welcomed this special group of children with great joy. Their ages range from only 4 and a half years old to 13 years old. The children study for three hours a day and finished reading many chapters in “The Great Learning”, “The Doctrine of the Mean” and “Selected English Classics” in four weeks.     Learn More