Chinese Honor Society: Chopstick Masters

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Chinese Honor Society: Chopstick Masters

Freshmen laugh and have fun during their 8th period session.

Freshmen laugh and have fun during their 8th period session.

Freshmen laugh and have fun during their 8th period session.

Freshmen laugh and have fun during their 8th period session.

Roja Ayyadurai, Staff Writer

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Chinese Honor Society held a chopstick competition on Friday, April 20th. The participants used chopsticks to pick up as many m&m’s as possible in order to win the prize of a fruit flavored jelly. Anyone was allowed to participate, and many were competing in groups with their friends. Following the competition, the officers held a friendly game of pictionary with Chinese themed words.

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  • Freshmen Nishitha Vattikonda, Sarah Wang, and Trisha Rayan get ready for the competition.

  • Students chat while waiting for the competition to start.

  • The competition begins as Rayan and her friend, freshman Suhaas Kanneganti, race to get the most chopsticks in their cups.

  • Students race to see who can wield their chopsticks best.

  • Freshmen stay focused during the playful competition.

  • Freshmen laugh and have fun during their 8th period session.

  • Sophomores chat while eating the m&m's following the competition.

  • Students call out answers to the Chinese themed pictionary.

  • Students snack on m&m's while watching the pictionary game and pitching in where they can.

  • Students enjoy their jelly prize.

  • Junior Ellen Chen and Kanneganti chat while participating in the competition.

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