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Southeast Asian Cultural Night

You’re invited to a Southeast Asian Cultural Night:

Join us for a night of local delicacies, performances, expression, and celebration of colorful cultures from 5 Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

We will also be selling traditional souvenirs from our respective countries during ticket sales and on the day of the event. So do bring some cash with you!

We will be serving:
Thailand: Kuih Teow Lui Suan, Gai Tod Kratiam Prikthai
Malaysia: Roti jala, Malaysian Chicken Curry
Vietnam: Rau Và D?u Ph?
Singapore: Kai Lan
Indonesia: Chicken Maranggi Sata

Date: Sunday, April 13
Time: 6:00 PM (doors open at 5:30 PM)
Place: Beckham Hall
Cost: $7 at the door

1000 Hands Dance

From Veronica Lumbantoruan ’15:

Wanna try something new and really cool and flaunt it to Wesleyan peeps? Come and join us for an Indonesian traditional dance! We’re going to perform at Mabuhay and Southeast Asian Cultural Night. No experience necessary and it’s tons of fun!!! We practice on Saturday nights, so come to this week’s practice! It’ll be over early enough to go out and there will be treats.

Date: Saturday, February 22
Time: 7-9 pm
Place: Fayerweather Dance Studio

Indo Cafe for Quake

Tonight in Exley:indocafepic

Coffee and other scrumptious goods? Awesome. Indonesian music? Awesome. Helping out people in need? Even awesomer!

Join us this Friday night for coffee break/bake sale/music in the Indonesian Society’s fundraising efforts for the Sumatra earthquake relief. We will be selling inexpensive coffee, other baked goods, plus, there will be live accoustic Indonesian music!

So, come to this chillaxing pre-pre-gaming fun (or post-pre-gaming, or for pre-gaming, or not related to pre-gaming at all, whatever works best for you) and help the people of Sumatra rebuild their lives.

Date: Friday Dec 18
Time: 9-12PM
Place: Exley Lobby (by Pi Cafe)

Screening of "Lumpur" by Indonesyan

Mark Fajans ’10 writes:

There will be a movie screening of the film Lumpur, followed by a Q&A with its producers, Phoebe and Edwina Clarke. There will also be a panel discussion about the environment, politics, and economics, with a volcanologist, environmental scientist, and Indonesian students. Hosted by Indonesyan (Wesleyan’s Indonesian Society), ResLife, and the Environmental Science Certificate Program. Desserts will be provided by Sweet Harmony.

There is a Facebook Event for the screening.

Date: Tuesday, Dec. 2
Time: 7:30 – 9:00 PM
Place: Usdan 108