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May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Come celebrate the accomplishments of a great and beautiful culture with our month long events including our Chinese-Western Film Appreciation and Arts in Motion Gallery Exhibition at the ASA College campus.

Full list of scheduled events below

Chinese Western Film Appreciation: Every Thursday ASA screens a new movie for students, friends and family. Anyone may attend!
Film list, date and time.

DATEFILMLOCATION
May 23Cape No. 7Bldg MH: RM 311-312
May 30Postman to HeavenBldg MH: RM 311-312
June 6QuillBldg MH: RM 311-312

Arts in Motion: ASA College, in collaboration with curator Luchia Meihua Le, Passport to Taiwan, and the Taiwanese American Arts Councel will host a multi-disciplined art show, including Music, Dance, Video presentations and other mixed media. See schedule below.

Live Performances
Dance, Music, Video Presentation and Reception: May 23,6:00pm to 8:00pm
-P2T, a dance duet by Yung-Li Dance.
-A video presentation by artists Nung Hsin Hu and MolMol Kuo
-A nose flute performance by aborigines from Pintung, Taiwan

What Comes To Mind Exhibition: May 22 thru 31, 2013
Press Release Preview: May 22 at 6:00pm
Exhibit will be open for viewing until May 31

Visit any of the events above! To RSVP or ask a question, contact Victoria Zhang at 212-672-6486 or via email lzhang@asa.edu

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