Friday, 03 May, 2013
To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month of May, Asian Studies has planned multiple cultural and educational events, including May 2's Japan Night, May 3's Zen Walk, and an interactive presentation by UofS faculty on their one-week intensive cultural immersion experience in Taiwan. If you missed all those, do not miss this last event:
5:45PM (Brennan Hall 228): "Frontier Taiwan: Poetry, Politics, and Identity"--Poetry Reading, Panel Discussion, and Sing-Song with famed poet Prof. Chou-Yu Cheng (Poet-in-Residence and Professor Emeritus, Yale Univ.), Prof. John Hill (English, UofS), Dr. Linda Ledford-Miller (World Languages and Cultures, UofS), and students from our Chinese Mandarin classess
Light Reception will follow immediately after.
(Co-sponsored with the Taipei Culture Center of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office-New York)