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Chinese-Western Film Appreciation

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ASA College’s Chinese Student Cultural and Social Club will be hosting several Chinese-Western Film Appreciation events throughout April and May.

Get a chance to watch four of the newest, Oscar Winning Films of last year. The event is open to everyone and students are encouraged to bring their friends!

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN AND ITS COMPLETELY FREE!

Time and location below:

MANHATTAN CAMPUS:
1293 Broadway, New York, NY, 10001

3nd Floor, Rm 311-312

FILMDATE
Life of PiApril 4, 2013
The Kings SpeechApril 18, 2013
ArgoMay 2, 2013
Jack The Giant SlayerMay 16, 2013

We look forward to seeing you!
For more information and to RSVP, please contact:
Victoria Zhang
212-672-6486

 

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