Chinese New Year begins this Friday, February 16. 2018 is the Year of the Dog! We, at CCO, wish you good health, good luck, and much happiness throughout the year.
In October 2017, Kaylee flew to Beijing and Kunming to compete with more than 300 students from 96 countries. She came back as the champion of 2017 Chinese Bridge Competition and received a 4-year scholarship to attend Chinese University of her choice. We are utterly very proud of her accomplishment.
May your new year be filled with peace, love, prosperity, good health and happiness!
Happy holidays from CCO family to yours. We hope you enjoy the blessings of the season. Have a happy and healthy holiday!
Thanksgiving is a day for gratitude and for remembering the special people in our lives. Thank you for your support and friendship. May your day be filled with warmth, laughter and all those simple pleasures that make this day so memorable.
Our 15-year-old Kaylee (2nd from left) is now in China for her "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition. GO KAYLEE GO! GO KAYLEE GO!
Have some mooncakes.
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Wishing all the mothers out there a Happy Mother's Day!
January 28, 2017 was Chinese New Year, year of the Rooster! Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year! Gong Xi Fa Cai!
People born in the Year of Rooster according to Chinese zodiac have many excellent characteristics, such as being honest, bright, communicative and ambitious. Most of them are born pretty and handsome. They seldom rely on others.
We want to wish you all a happy holiday season. May your home be filled with love and laughter throughout the coming year.
From all of us at Capitol Chinese Orchestra.
In this time of gratitude, Capitol Chinese Orchestra would like to express appreciation to our supporters, sponsors, and patrons through the years. You are the force to make us constantly want to do better and to keep this organization going.
We wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!
To all the dads in the world Happy Father's Day!
Hope you're wearing something green so you don't get pinched.