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a white or black tablecloth. Have various solid colored
cups, plates and napkins representing the different belt
colors in the martial art discipline you're celebrating.
If you don't have a particular style in mind, you can
use yellow, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and
everyone to count from one to ten in Korean, Japanese,
Taiwanese - or whatever appropriate language for the art
you are celebrating. Check out a book at the library or
look up counting online to see how to pronounce the numbers.
Or, if you have a martial artist in your home, he or she
probably knows how to count in that language.
a Gi cake. (the white outfit worn during martial arts
training). You can make a large sheet cake and cut out
the outline of the uniform. Then ice it with white frosting
and pipe a colored belt across the middle. Or, use a full
rectangle cake for the body and cut another rectangle
cake or two into pieces to use for the arms and legs.
steamed vegetables and rice or noodles with chopsticks.
You can also find recipes for dumplings or wontons online.
If your guests are more finicky eaters, prepare a SMALL
amount of each and have everyone taste test a little bit
of everything to experience a new culture.
races! Create an obstacle course for players to go through
while carrying a marshmallow or a ping-pong ball with
two chopsticks. See who can go through the course the
fastest. Alternatively, you can have relay races. Have
two teams and the players have to carry a marshmallow
on their chopsticks across a room, around a table or line,
and then back to the line and pass the marshmallow to
the next racer. The first team to complete the race wins.
chop a pinata! Use a thinner paper bag - or create one
out of wrapping paper - and hang it up. Players have to
swing at the pinata with their hands and yell the proper
ki-yop! to hit the pinata and win the toys and candy inside
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