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March 31, 2011
Gateway to Asia festivities include a performance on the Guzheng, a traditional Chinese string instrument which can create sounds like a cascading waterfall, thunder, or horses' hooves; acupressure self-help, art, dance, and much more in this delightful foray into Asian culture. The Saturday, April 2 event is open to the public and free.
Colorado State University is proud to host the annual "Gateway to Asia" festival, celebrating Asian culture through performances and fun activities. The event is free and open to the public. All activities take place in the Lory Student Center.
Come to try on authentic cultural attire, and learn origami while watching Chinese Lion dancing, Japanese flower arranging, and traditional Chinese musical performances.
Free admission, though we encourage donations going towards the Japanese provinces affected by the earthquake and tsunami.
Gateway to Asia is sponsored by ASCSU, Asian Studies Board, International Education, Chinese Language Club, Japanese Student Association, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures and E-tea International and organized by the Chinese Language Club, Japan Club, and Japanese Student Association.
Contact: Charles Vest
Phone: (970) 692-9848