Year of China

The Day of China‚ part of KSU’s Year of China celebration‚ featured the colorful Lion Dance and traditional dances with fans‚ scarves and silver trays. Brave volunteers from the audience were coaxed into participating in the dances — then rewarded with Chinese food. The event‚ Oct. 5‚ was sponsored by the Chinese Student Association.

Georgia (Oct 6, 2005) — The Day of China‚ part of KSU’s Year of China celebration‚ featured the colorful Lion Dance and traditional dances with fans‚ scarves and silver trays. Brave volunteers from the audience were coaxed into participating in the dances — then rewarded with Chinese food. The event‚ Oct. 5‚ was sponsored by the Chinese Student Association.

Each academic year KSU focuses a series of lectures‚ performances‚ exhibits and films on a different country or world region. The public programs are linked to credit−earning special topics courses‚ as well as to new instructional units infused throughout our general education curriculum.

Next year will be the Year of Kenya.

For a complete list of Year of China events‚ visit http://www.kennesaw.edu/globalinstitute/fall_2005_calendar.pdf.




 

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