Wednesday, October 31, 2012

LSI 2012 Halloween Party

Every year students, teachers and staff members all look forward to the annual LSI Halloween Bash at the Oiwake Restaurant located in downtown LA's Little Tokyo.  Everyone attending the party is required to wear a costume, and every year LSI students from all four campuses compete in our costume contest to determine which costumes are the funniest, the scariest, the most creative/original, and the best group/pair.  

LSI students are so dedicated to showing up in the most spectacular outifts.

At the LSI Halloween Bash, students also get the chance to enjoy a wonderful all-you-can-eat buffet of delicious Japanese Cuisine, such as tempura, udon, curry, yakisoba, california rolls, teriyaki chicken, mapo tofu, and other delicious dishes.  

During dinnertime, students get to hang out and practice speaking English with each other and with their teachers while they enjoy plate after plate of this amazing food. 
This year we also had an impersonation contest.  The winner was a student who imitated Michael Jackson by dressing like him and dancing like him.  We also had an amazing Elvis impersonation.  All the students loved watching these performances.  

After all the contests were over, and everyone had their fill of delicious Japanese food, it was time to clear the floor.  That's right!  It was dancing time.  As the DJs arrived, the Oiwake Restaurant became the Oiwake Nightclub!  LSI students and teachers alike love to dance!

I love the LSI Halloween Bash.  I look forward to it every year.  Any student who attended this year's party got a very special opportunity to see how American's celebrate Halloween. Thanks LSI for giving us all this chance!  Happy Halloween everybody!

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