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To prepare for the Chinese Students  Club's annual Chinese New Year's banquet next month, Kathy Li '05, one of the  co-coordinators of an IAP craft-making course, works with Yvonne Xiang, whose  husband Hong Xiang is a postdoc associate at the Laboratory for Nuclear Science.
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To prepare for the Chinese Students Club's annual Chinese New Year's banquet next month, Kathy Li '05, one of the co-coordinators of an IAP craft-making course, works with Yvonne Xiang, whose husband Hong Xiang is a postdoc associate at the Laboratory for Nuclear Science.
Credits:
Photo / Laura Wulf
Alexandra Dunne-Bryant, Wellesley  '02, rear, gives some tips to Yana Averbukh, MIT '05, as they practice spirals  during an IAP figure skating class.
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Alexandra Dunne-Bryant, Wellesley '02, rear, gives some tips to Yana Averbukh, MIT '05, as they practice spirals during an IAP figure skating class.
Credits:
Photo / Laura Wulf
Students pass around a common household  faucet in "Introduction to Household Plumbing," an IAP course taught  by Facilities plumber Dan Gustafson.
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Students pass around a common household faucet in "Introduction to Household Plumbing," an IAP course taught by Facilities plumber Dan Gustafson.
Credits:
Photo / Laura Wulf

This collection of photos from IAP shows participants making Chinese lanterns, skating spirals, and fixing the kitchen sink.

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