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
’10 alum faithfully reports “What Happens on the Other Side of the World.”
Dave Wolovsky ’10, whom you might remember as editor of the Ampersand, Giant Joint dissenter, and occasional Kung Fu master, is currently spending the year teaching English in Khon Kaen, Thailand and blogging his experience. This might not be such notable news in and of itself, except that Dave (a) has never before left the United States, (b) is an excellent writer, and (c) filters his observations through the same wry, entertaining wit that characterized The Ampersand during Dave’s tenure (and maybe possibly still does). He’s been blogging his experiences here, where he shares alarming experiences at Thai urinals, and how his blog got the URL davingdirty.blogspot.com.
So check it out. It’s Fall Break. What else are you gonna do? Work?
(Side note: Wesleying realizes that many of our readers are currently abroad and blogging the experience of leaving the Wesleyan bubble. We also realize that tons of Wes students aren’t abroad, but still blog about cool and interesting and worthwhile things. Consider this an open call for student blog submissions—if you have a blog worth sharing with Wesleying readers, send the link and any pertinent description to staff(at)wesleying(dot)org. Also, enjoy the rest of your break—we’ll be back to normal posting capacity on Wednesday.)