May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month
May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month!
Events Planned for 2013:
May 2 (Thursday) - The Heritage Room—Weinberg Memorial Library, 5th Floo
6:00 PM: Japanese Culture through Dance—its history and comparison with the US
with demo by Emiko and Yasuko Tokunaga (Co-sponsored with the Schemel Forum)
7:15 PM: University Student presentations and performances
7:45 PM: Light reception
May 3 (Friday) - The Dionne Green
11AM-11:45 AM: Zen Walk (Walking Meditation for Inner Peace)
Free T-shirt and walking mediation bowl! RSVP 941-6312, limited to 110 participants.
May 3 (Friday) - Brennan Hall, 228—Pearn Auditorium
5:00 PM: UofS Scholars in Taiwan: A Week of Inter-Cultural Engagement
Presentation by Dr. Petsas (Economics), Dr. Mohammed (Communication), Dr. Meyer (Philosophy) (Photo Display: Courtesy of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, TECO in New York)
5:45 PM: Frontier Taiwan: Poetry, Politics, and Identity with CHENG Chou-Yu
(Poet-in-Residence and Professor Emeritus, Yale University), joined by Dr. Ledford- Miller (World Languages and Cultures), Professor Hill (English), and university students. (Co-sponsored with the Taipei Cultural Center,TECO in New York)
7:15 PM: Light Reception
All events are free and open to the public!
Sponsored by the University of Scranton Asian Studies Program.