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    Asian New Year Festival and Workshop

    February 16, 2022

    On Feb. 24, at 6 p.m., in the Rose Room, Brennan 509, the Asian Studies Program/Concentration will hold one of its spring signature events, the Asian New Year Festival and Workshop.

    It will feature chopstick competition, prizes, Asian food, presentations on Asian chopstick culture and how the new year is celebrated in East Asia. A hands-on workshop in creating artifacts related to the Year of Tiger, with assistance from instructors and students from the Japanese and Chinese classes.

    All safety measures will be in place (e.g., spaced-out seating, sanitizer, and mask on throughout the event and participants can only take off their mask when eating).

    Seating is very limited. RSVP registration is required to attend the event. Your registration will also enable us to send a reminder email a day before the event. 

    Register for Asian New Year Festival and Workshop

    This event is co-sponsored by the departments of Asian Studies and World Languages and Cultures.

    Please join Asian Studies and World Languages and Cultures for this festive and educational event!

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