Thursday, June 18, 2009

Chong Hwa Independent High School, Jalan Ipoh KL, 90th Anniversary Academic and Extracurricular Exhibition

Chung Hwa Independent High School, Jalan Ipoh Kuala Lumpur is a well known Chinese school that has excellent academic results. Chong Hwa being a Chinese Independent school is a non profit institution. The school expenses are supported by the fees collection from students, contributions from Alumni, well wishers, Board of Directors and sponsors. Their ex students are much sought after by institution of higher learning and also employers that are looking for quality staff. Apart from that, the students also participate actively in various extra curricular activities the school has to offer. The details of this exhibition are as follows: Venue: Chung Hwa Independent High School Jalan St. Thomas, Batu 31/2, Jalan Ipoh, 51100 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03 62587935, 62587946, 62588560 Fax : 03 62570758 Date : 20-6-2009 (星期六 Saturday) 21-06-2009 (星期日 Sunday) Time: 20-6-2009 (9:00am - 4:00pm) 21-06-2009 (9:00am - 3:00pm) More information and map to Chung Hwa Independent School, Jalan Ipoh, KL are available from Chong Hwa website, Here are some of the pictures of Chong Hwa Students’ public performance at Desa Park City, Kuala Lumpur during Chinese New Year celebration this year.
Chong Hwa famous 24 Season Drum Team. They have travelled and performed in many Asian countries!

Various type of Dances

Wushu, martial art!

Chinese yoyo, diablo

Chinese Musical Instruments!

Magic Show

Of course, there are many more other curricular activities in this great school. Drop by this weekend to find out!


ladyviral said...


Now this is one different extra curricular comparing to all the government school I have seen. Very interesting. I would enjoy the chinese instruments one best... though I am much westernized deep in me, but I do enjoy the sounds of "Er Hu" and the er.. "Gu Qie" or something lol hahaha. Mind you my hanyu pinyin is REALLY bad :P.

suituapui said...

Ya...heard it's a good school, people queue up before the break of dawn to register their kids. Heard that even before Mahathir launched the policy, they were already teaching Science and Maths in English as the reality is most of their students would go overseas...

Pete said...

Ladyviral : They have more than 50 activities for the students to choose. My hanyu pinyin also 'pengsan' one! Ha Ha

STP : Ya, now not easy to enrol in this school. Last year I heard 1300 students sat for the entrance exam, but only 900 accepted! Some of the stuff they learned in Form One like Form Six lorrrr.

Anonymous said...

lots of performances =d


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