[PAST EVENT] Where are you Asian Americans?

April 5, 2013 - April 6, 2013
7pm - 3:30pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake A&B (5th), Tidewater A (6th)
200 Stadium Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Asian American Conference
Despite the long history of the College of William and Mary, there is a lack of Asian American presence on campus. This conference aims to discuss what it means to be Asian American and what steps can be taken to increase campus awareness. Whether you're Asian American or not, but especially if you are, come voice your opinion on the subject! Join in on the delicious FREE food, guest speakers, panelists and discussion!

RSVP for the event to guarantee that you will get FREE food. You're welcome to show up on the day of the conference, but those who RSVP will be given the priority.

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Friday, April 5
[7PM - 9PM]
Chesapeake A&B

Kick-off with Taste of Asia
Join the Asian cultural clubs (ASC, SASA, FASA, JCA, CSO, VSA and KASA) for food, activities and fun! Tickets are $1 each or $5 for 6 tickets, to be sold at the event.

@7:30PM: Screening of "Grace Lee Project" followed by a short discussion [FREE]


Saturday, April 6
[12PM - 4PM]
Tidewater A

Check-in begins at 11:30AM
12PM - Lunch from Kocha (local Korean restaurant)
12:30PM - Neil Horikoshi (President & Executive Director of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund)
1:15PM - Discussion Panel (including Professor Schug, AMES graduate student, Max Nikoolkan, TBA)
1:50PM - Break
2:00PM - Break-out session
2:30PM - Town Hall Meeting (Action plan for W&M)
3:00PM - Minh Favila (former Policy Advisor of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and former W&M Asian Student Council President)
3:30PM - Closing

Anny Lee @ haneol.lee5@gmail.com Eugenia Yim @ ejyim@email.wm.edu