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Asian Week
at SBU

Last semester leaders of many East and Southeast Asian and Asian American clubs formed ASC, the Asian Students Coalition. Its goals are producing joint events and and bringing recognition to Asian interest clubs and organizations.

To further those goals, and because so much gets bundled into April events for Asian Heritage Month, this February they will be having Asian Week - just after the Lunar New Year and featuring more than a week of events. It will also include a road trip to ECAASU, the East Coast Asian American Student Union, the largest college convention of Asian Americans on the East Coast.

To get involved or find out more on what is happening contact Wanda Hun at wanda.hun@

The events planned so far (and more are being worked on during intersession) include:

TH - Feb 14 - CHINA BLUE: Radio Show on WUSB that also hosts cultural events - Lunar New Year Show - SAC AUD - 7-10PM

F - SU - Feb 15-17 - ECAASU 2008 Weekend at Cornell

M - F - Feb 18-22 - Info Table in SAC Lobby

M - Feb 18 - ASA: Asian Students Alliance - Workshop: What Does It Mean to be Asian American? - SAC Aud - 8:30-10PM

T - Feb 19 - KSA: Korean Students Association - Cultural Entertainment and Eating - SAC Aud

W - Feb 20 - THAI SA - Cultural Entertainment and Eating: Learn Some Muay Thai - SAC Aud - 8-11PM

TH - Feb 21 - CASB: Chinese Association at SB - Mah Jong Tournament - SAC Aud - 8-11PM

F - Feb 22 - PUSO: Philippine United Student Organization - Karaoke Night - SAC Aud - 6:30-10PM

SA - Feb 23 - ASC Costume Cultural Ball - SAC Ballroom A - 6-10PM

Does it say something that NONE of these events are in the Wang Center - that place Charles Wang, President of the Chinese Association at Queens College when he was a student - built for Asian American students to meet each other - "a boy meets girl place"?  So few student run events are allowed there that the students did not even bother to see if they could. Mr. Wang, what has happened here?

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