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May 2019

Chinese Culture Night by CSSA&CSA

May 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
HUB 250

DATE: Friday, May 10th TIME: 6 - 8 pm LOCATION: HUB 250 ADMISSIONS: free for all students The Chinese Student Association (CSA) and Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) are hosting the first ever Chinese Culture Night! The theme of the event is Chinese holidays and the four seasons, featuring the Spring Festival (spring), Dragon Boat Festival (summer), Mid-Autumn Festival (autumn), and Chinese Valentine’s Day (winter). Come play games, do arts and crafts, and try foods associated with each holiday,…

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Health, Art, and Tea Workshops – Check them ALL!

May 11 - May 25

Health, Art, and Tea Workshops are coming up this Spring. If you are interested please contact Hirsh Diamant, Tomoko Hirai Ulmer, Mukti Khanna and students of China and Japan Silk Roads, and Multicultural Counseling programs. Date: Saturday, May 11, 10 am - 4 pm Location: B 1105 Health and Qigong on Saturday, May 11, 10-4pm, in B 1105 with Master Liu He. Master Liu He is a world-renowned Qigong Master & author. You can read about her work at https://www.linggui.org/about-ling-gui-school/principal-teachers/…

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Volunteer Opportunity at the Seattle Art Museum

May 19

Volunteer at the Seattle Art Museum! Docent applications for the Seattle Asian Art Museum are now open. Docents are in the galleries, leading tours, engaging with visitors and helping SAM in our mission to connect art to life. To apply: Please visit http://visitsam.org/careers or click here to submit an application and be prepared to upload a document with responses to the following short-answer questions. Respond to each prompt in 100-400 words. Why do you want to become a docent at…

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Celebrate the Seattle International Film Festival —

May 22 - May 30

Date: Wed, May 22 - 6:30 pm Location: Lincoln Square Cinemas Price: $15 for Regular Price and $12 for SIFF Member Date: Thursday, May 30 - 3:45 pm Location: SIFF Cinema Uptown Price: $11 for Matinee Price and $9 for Matinee - SIFF Member Join us in celebrating the Seattle International Film Festival! Come and watch a wonderful film - BABY (Bao Bei Er) - sponsored by the Confucius Institute of the State of Washington. Information from the SIFF: The…

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Culture Talk Series: Chasing the Butterfly Dream

May 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
University of Washington, Gowen Hall, 3rd Floor, 2M Seminar Room, (inside) East Asia Library Seattle, WA United States + Google Map

Chasing the Butterfly Dream: Zhuangzi and Early Medieval Chinese Culture Date: Thursday, May 23, 2019 Time: 4 - 5 PM Location: East Asian Library (Gowen Hall), University of Washington Admission: Free to public Presenter: Professor Ping Wang, Dept. of Asian Languages and Literature, UW The “Qi wu lun” 齊物論 chapter is arguably the most important and at the same time an extremely difficult chapter from the Zhuangzi 莊子. Its enigmatic and elusive ending—the famous butterfly dream narrative—signifies something unattainable in…

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