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2008 WANG CENTER
ANNUAL PHOTO CONTEST

 

Photo by Christian Koehn, international grad student from Germany, 2004

 

Photo by Huy Huynh, SBU '08, 2006

WANTED!
GORGEOUS PHOTOS OF THE WANG CENTER


From the architecture
to the performances and events
to the dragonflies on the lotus!

THE NEW
[AA]2 / SBU AA E-Zine
2008-2009 Academic Year Wang Center Photo Planner
will go to the printer at the end of the Spring Semester for distribution in the Summer to entering Freshmen!

140 pages, 21 full page color photos
(plus many more smaller photos)

 Winning entries will be chosen by
the Wang Center architect,
P.H. Tuan

and he will sign your copy.

Only one photo per person will be used
(unless you are an absolutely extraordinary photographer!)

Send yours in today to aaezine @ yahoo.com
or upload them to this album
http://aasquared.org/gallery/WangPhotoContest2008

You can see the 2007 winners at
http://aasquared.org/gallery/WangCenter2007Winners

SPONSORS WANTED TOO!
Alumni and Community Business People

The Wang Center Planner is currently given free to students until supplies run out. There are two goals. The first is to eventually make it available to all students, faculty, staff, and the local community. The second is to take the first part of it, minus the planner pages, for use as a guidebook to be given to all visitors to the Wang Center.

The number printed is contingent upon the donors who sponsor it, with a current minimum guarantee of one thousand. There will be a page recognizing you or your business for your generosity in making it available, and you will be recognized on the SBU AA E-Zine in each issue as well.

But more importantly, you will be educators. The Wang Center Planner is much more than just pretty photos, philosophical quotes, monthly calendars, and pages for musings. It is a cross cultural learning experience that teaches the symbolism in the Asian design, the concepts behind the Tower to Heaven, the history and importance of stupas and pagodas in Eastern culture and how they unite the world architecturally - just gaze up at the Empire State Building!

Please contact aaezine @yahoo.com or call 631 831 6062 to help make it happen! 

SBU Asian American Alumni founded company that gives back to SBU!

 

 

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