Ming Hui Academy Boston

Mandarin Chinese Programs for Children, Teenagers and Adults

Making "Tang Yuan" -- a traditional Chinese New Year dessert

Ming Hui Academy Boston group classes will be provided on-site on Saturdays and Sundays.  All private lessons or small group lessons will be provided online using Google Meet during weekdays.  Our programs for individual students will be tailored based on student schedules and learning goals.
We offer:  
weekend classes – group lessons,  
weekday classes – private or small group lessons

Summer Program

The 2023 MHAB Summer Program consists of six weekly sessions from July 17th to August 25th, 2023. The full day program operates from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM while the half day program operates from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM or from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM.

Wednesday is a full day for the weekly field trip.
For health and safety procedures, MHAB program will follow the most updated EEC guidelines by then.

General Daily Schedule (subject to change):
8:00-9:00         Early drop-off (for additional fee)
9:00-9:30         Arrival and Free Play, Meditation before lessons
9:30-10:30       Morning lessons – * Chinese  * Math
10:30-10:50     Break & snack
10:50-11:30     Arts & Crafts, painting
11:30-12:30     Lunch & pick up for half day 
12:30-1:00       Afternoon drop off & free time                 
1:00-3:00         Cooking class 
3:30-4:00         Free play and Pick-up (reading, board games etc)
4:00-5:00         Late pickup (for additional fee)

Field trip examples: (subject to change in 2023)  
Children’s Museum, Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA
Museum  of Science, Boston, MA
Harvard Museum of Natural History, Cambridge, MA
MIT Museum,  Cambridge, MA
Russell Field Playground, Cambridge

Classical Dance and Folk Dance

Classical Chinese dance was developed and passed down continuously over thousands of years within the imperial palace, ancient Chinese theater and opera. It originated from the martial arts. Over the course of centuries, some of the more dramatic movements from the battlefield were incorporated and refined into classical Chinese dance.

Flips are classical Chinese dance’s most distinct techniques. The jumping, turning, and flipping techniques, along with the exquisiteness of the bearing and form, give classical Chinese dance special expressivity.

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