Sharing Multicultural Traditions (11/13)

This is also part of this series: This is Emily Yeung (13)

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Subjects: Animals, Children's Films, Children's Stories: Live Action, Dance, First Nations Studies, Language Arts, Multicultural Studies, Sports

Grade Level: JK-Gr3
Producer: marblemedia/Sinking Ship
Closed Captioned: No
Running Time: 30 mins
Country of Origin: Canada
Study Guide: No

Copyright Date: 2006
Available in French: No

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1) This is Emily Yeung learning karate
; Watch Emily Yeung hit the karate mat and take no prisoners. Emily earns her white belt as she learns to throw, kick, and punch. Back off! 

2) This is Emily Yeung making sushi; Get your chopsticks ready, because Emily Yeung is visiting a Japanese restaurant to learn how to make sushi. 

3) This is Emily Yeung making bubble tea; Emily Yeung joins a creative chef at Monsoon Restaurant and learns how to turn bubble tea and fruit into a delicious and colourful dessert. 

4) This is Emily Yeung learning an African dance; Emily Yeung learns about African dancing when she joins an African dance troupe. Emily Yeung learns how to make music with her body. 

5) This is Emily Yeung making a medicine wheel; Emily Yeung learns about the meaning of medicine wheels when she joins a First Nations craft person to make her own.

Links: http://www.thisisemilyyeung.com