NASALSA proudly presents its 9th Annual Conference, hosted by Golden Gate University School of Law and co-sponsored by University of San Francisco School of Law. The conference will be held Presidents’ Day Weekend, February 16-18, 2007. The conference the
Learn about Buddhism and examine the visual characteristics of objects from South and Southeast Asia, China or Japan in order to understand their meaning and significance within the religion and culture.
Soojin Jeongs work is modern in its execution, but timeless in its themes. Exploring the nature of human beings and their relationship to reality is what Jeongs work expresses to her viewers most strongly.
What: Midwest Asian American Students Union
Where: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
When: March 9-11
Cost: Free for U of I students (outside students/individuals need to pay a fee)
The Art of Finding & Telling Stories
an 8-week fiction writing workshop with Neelanjana Banerjee
March 14 – May 2, 2007; Wednesdays, 7 – 9.45PM
Public reading & chapbook release of students’ work on May 17th
What: Mighty Warriors of Comedy Screening and DVD Release
Featuring performances by Lijie and Largesse (Friday 3/16) and Charlie Chin (3/21), a screening of Mighty Warriors of Comedy documentary, and Q&A.;
Date & Time: Friday, March 16th, 7pm & 9pm
The monthly jam of community, consciousness & culture in urban LA. Located in Chinatown, “mETHODOLOGY” brings together positive people, good food & drinks, and a unique mix of music by some of LA’s top selektahs and hip-hop artists.