an inexpensive Great Wall of China, use brown postal
wrapping paper and a new rectangle sponge. With any
water based paint (try not to dilute it too much)
use the sponge as a stamp to imprint bricks onto the
paper. Although not very realistic, it 'works' for
areas that are not meant for high profile places.
A great way to blanket an area.
Chinese Bingo! You can either create your own boards
or download a Chinese themed Bingo set HERE.
Provide chopsticks for your guests to use for food
(no matter WHAT you are serving.) For added fun, don't
provide anything else BUT the chopsticks!)
Depending on the state in which you live you can obtain
fireworks year round. Consider getting some sparklers
for your party! Make sure you understand the laws
pertaining to your state first!
the kids on a Chinese themed scavenger hunt! You can
either create your own, or download one HERE.
Have a game where your guests must pick up as many
pieces of dried macaroni as they can in 60 seconds
using ONLY chopsticks! Provide different shapes and
sizes of the macaroni
the smaller macaronis could
be worth more points! The guest who picks up the most
in 60s seconds is determined the winner!
For goodie bags, use the take-out pagoda boxes used
by Chinese food restaurants! These can either be left
white (although they do come in prints, but they are
more expensive) or you can decorate them with stickers
and/or stamps (visit your local craft store for their
selection of Asian stamps, using a red stamp pad.)
If these are for children, you can have each child
decorate their own as part of an activity. In this
way, the children can decorate the boxes at the beginning
of the party (while they are waiting for all of the
guests to arrive) and put the token prizes and such
from the games and activities in them as they go,
keeping them together to make it easier for them when
the party's over and it's time to go.