Ni Hao Kai Lan Theme Party Supplies

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Ni Hao Kai Lan Party Ideas

Monthly Special
Chinese Themed
Bingo Set
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Chinese Themed Scavenger Hunt Lists Collection
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Monthly Special
Chinese Themed
Bingo Set
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Hang fabric for simple decoration. Near larger metropolitan areas one can always find some type of 'garment district' or wholesaler shops for fabric. These are great for finding a high variety of prints for prices that are a steal. Have fun searching for appropriate prints to hang like pinched tapestries on the walls. This simple trick does wonders for decoration (especially when the decoration supply is pretty thin.)

Play Chinese Bingo! You can either create your own boards or download a Chinese themed Bingo set HERE.

This game would work for older children as well. Look up at your local library (or online) how to say the following words in Chinese: Yes, No, Please and Thanks. (I say look them up because spelling them in Chinese won't help pronouncing them with a native tongue.) Provide these words and translations for each of your guests and explain that the English versions of these four words are not to be used (either for a specified period of time or for the duration of the party/event.) Additionally, arm each guest with three markers (coins, fake jewels, etc.) If a guest uses one of the four English words in any way (even in casual conversation) the first other guest to notice gets to ask for one of the markers. At the end of the specified time, the one with the most markers wins. For a great online translator for a resource (though does not show pronounciation) is www.wordlingo.com.

Send the kids on a Chinese themed scavenger hunt! You can either create your own, or download one HERE.

Get your hand on as many different TV sets that you can and place them around your party/facility/event. On each of the sets, play a different episode of Ni Hao Kai Lan. If you do not personally have any episodes on DVD, check your local library to reserve some. While at the library, you might also check their travel section DVDs for some great travel videos of different Asian countries. The great part about this is that you don't even need to have the volume on (in fact, especially for adult parties where the guests will probably more enjoy their conversations more than the videos…)!

If going for the traditional balloons and streamers, you might consider incorporating red as it has traditionally been the symbol of luck in China.

In honor of the country, explain to your guests that the must wear as much red as possible when they arrive to your party!

 

 

 


Chinese Antiqued Paper


Chinese Dragon Hand Antiqued Paper


Chinese Antiqued Paper