CSA would like to provide as many events as possible for the Winter Quarter.
Please give us your feedback through this simple “click-the-box” poll for some of the ideas we have in mind for next quarter. If you are not sure what some of the events might consist of, please find its respective description below. For others ideas that are not on the list or questions you would like answered, please send us an email.
Click HERE to go to the Poll.
Your responses are much appreciated!
Lunar New Year Banquet
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a Chinese dinner and watch performances such as: traditional dances, lion dance, wushu, a skit, musical performances, and much more!
Dance your heart away!
Stand Up Comedy Show (by Eliot Chang)
Check out his biography information here.
“Asian in the Media” Q&A Workshop (by Eliot Chang)
Check out his workshop information here.
Asian Film Showing w/ Discussion
Watch and enjoy an Asian film, mainstream or independent, but look out for key topics to chit-chat about afterwards.
Learn how to play and enjoy games with your friends like: Chinese Chess, Go, Mah Jong, the Airplane game, and much more!
Hot Pot Night
Enjoy a traditional style dinner of Chinese cuisine.
Dim-Sum & Snack Late Night
Enjoy a late night of dim-sum and other treats!
Learn how to write your name or phrases in Chinese.
Tea Ceremony Workshop
Learn about, make, and taste all kinds of tea.
Learn about, learn how to make, and enjoy traditional Chinese meals to bring back to your own kitchen!
Angel Island State Park Tour
Located in the San Francsico Bay and best known as “The Ellis Island of the West”, Angel Island also served as an Immigration Station from 1910 to 1940. Visitors to the island can learn of the fascinating stories behind the walls of the military buildings.
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Tour
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art. Travel through 6,000 years of history, trek across seven major regions, and sample the cultures of numerous countries.
Santa Cruz China Town Tour
Believe it or not, Santa Cruz had its very own Chinatown! A tour will be lead by George Au, one of the few surviving members of Santa Cruz’s Chinatown.
Usually in conjuction with the UCSC Badminton team, the event holds a friendly competition for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced players. Equiptment will be provided.