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    Asian Moon Festival Interactive Concert Held

    The Asian Studies Program at The University of Scranton celebrated the 2019 Asian Moon Festival with an interactive performance with the renowned New Asia Chamber Music Society that included an educational workshop, tea/coffee tasting and a sampling of Asian moon cake. From left: Ann A. Pang-White, Ph.D., director of Asian Studies and professor of philosophy at the University; and members of the New Asia Chamber Music Society I-Jung Huang; Nan-Cheng Chen; Andy Lin, Ph.D.; and Kelly Yu-Chieh Lin, Ph.D.
    October 17, 2019

    The Asian Studies Program in conjunction with the Asia Club and Asian Studies Honor Society at The University of Scranton, celebrated the 2019 Asian Moon Festival with the renowned New Asia Chamber Music Society. The interactive event included tea/coffee and a sampling of Asian moon cake and featured East-West music and an educational workshop.

    The Asian Moon Festival is one of the major festivals in Asia honoring family, friends, and the community.

    The event, which took place in Brennan Hall on campus, was free of charge and open to the public.

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