Nicole Okai ’14 has got one delicious invitation for you:
International House’s 2nd Annual IHOP Fundraiser for LiNK (Liberty in North Korea), Relay for Life and Food not Bombs! It’s gonna be this Saturday and it’s gonna be delicious!Come and enjoy awesome delicious, Beyonce-approved (not legally but spiritually) pancakes from all different cultures:
Chinese scallion pancakes
Dutch pannekoek pancakes
Jewish potato latkes
American rainbow flapjacks
Korean kimchi pancakes
Ramadan al-qatayef pancakes
**Tickets are still selling in Usdan Friday during lunch and dinner times, and will be sold at the event too! $3 or a canned good for a ticket. Proceeds go to the 3 charities!***
Co-sponsored by: The Bayit, French Hall, Community Service House, Open House, Japanese Hall, Turath House, Relay for Life, LiNK, ResLife
Date: Tomorrow, April 27
Place: Usdan Courtyard
Full disclosure: Diana Choi ’13 lives next door to me and promised to let me borrow sugar in exchange for posting this:
Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) is an international non-profit organization that strives to spread awareness of the humanitarian crisis in North Korea and directly aids the resettlement of North Korean refugees seeking asylum in other countries.
Join us Wednesday night for a film screening about the story of one such resettled North Korean refugee, Danny. The screening will be a great opportunity to learn about human rights issues affecting the North Korean civilian population.
Check out the trailer here: Join the Facebook event here. There will be a Q&A session after the movie as well as an opportunity to purchase awesome LiNK gear. Free Asian food!
Date: Tonight, March 27
Time: 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave. Room 114
From Deborah Ko ’15:
TREAT YO BOO! Liberty in North Korea wants YOU to TREAT YO BOO this Valentine’s Day!
We’ll be selling Korean Pocky Grams (Pepero) TOMORROW during lunch for $3/box! WE’LL CUT OUT THAT MIDDLE MAN and DELIVER your Pepero-gram and personal message to yo boo or friend’s WesBox for Valentine’s Day!! YOU BEST BELIEVE IT!
All the proceeds will go to helping North Korean refugee relocation and resettlement efforts in America and South East Asia.
Date: Tomorrow, February 8th
Cost: $3 for a box and a love note.
Diana Choi ’13 writes in:
Wesleyan LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) invites you to come watch a
documentary about the humanitarian crisis in North Korea and the
struggle life has become for North Korean refugees living in China.
There will be Free Korean food!
Date: Sunday, October 28
Time: 5-6:30 pm
Location: PAC 002
Tess Lemon ’14 (any relation to Liz Lemon?) writes in
This presentation will discuss the role of Track II diplomacy State-to-state relations with “hostile” states, and provides some real world examples of efforts that are currently underway by U.S. nongovernmental actors with both the DPRK and Myanmar. These case studies will analyze a range of Track II engagement strategies and their widely differing results.
Jenny Town is a Research Associate at the U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, where her research and program areas include issues related to North Korea, Korea’s regional relations, human rights, and nuclear energy policies. She manages USKI’s Working Paper Series, the DPRK Economic Forum, and the web-initiative 38 North. Prior to joining USKI, she worked for the Human Rights in North Korea Project at Freedom House.
Brought to you by Liberty in North Korea & Korean Students Association. Sponsored by the Government Department, April Committee, ResLife Staff, and SBC.
Date: Tuh-day (April 19)
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Place: Squash Courts RM 114
Know what’s going on in North Korea post-Kim Jong-il? Me neither, but Michelle Kae ’12 has you covered:
The unexpected death of Kim Jong-il last December spurred much speculation regarding North Korea’s political relationships and human rights issues. Liberty in North Korea will be hosting a documentary screening of “The People’s Crisis” to facilitate awareness and discussion regarding the 24 million people living in North Korea today.
If you’d like to learn more about LiNK and how you can become involved, check out our op-ed published in the Argus last semester!
Date: Tuesday, March 27
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Place: PAC 002
Cost:Free. Bring $$ for awesome merchandise, though.
Timmy Lee ’12 writes:
Come join the Korean Student