Humans of CHS: Skyler Zheng

Wren Lee, Executive Design Editor

Aubrey Phillips
“All the family members will get together and have dinner for the new year, and we have fun together. Then we watch a TV show called “Chun Wan”. There will be different shows for all ages, and family members watch TV together until 1 a.m. We go visit our relatives, and the little kids will ask for red packets with $30 to $40 inside [because the red paper signifies happiness and blessings on those who receive it]. [Feb. 16] is the start of the new year. My friends and family members posted on social media to celebrate Chinese New Year because they have vacations because it’s a holiday, but I’m in school studying, and it’s awful [because I’m not on vacation with them],” senior Skyler Zheng said.