A Night in Asia

This past weekend, six clubs came together to represent the continent of Asia through food, song, and dance. First and foremost, a huge thank you to the Indian Subcontinent Club, Japan Club, Thai Club, Greater China Club, Taiwan Club, and Korea Club for putting on a phenomenal Asia Regional Night. The night began with an amazing meal filled with chicken curry, bugogi, orange chicken, and much, much more. During dinner, the audience was treated to the first Global Sounds performance of the trimester. Students were finally able to cheer and sing along to favorites from around the world!

Once the Global Sounds finished their show, it was time for the true Asian show to begin. Our very own Thunderbird clubs put on an incredible night filled with stick dances, bollywood performances, and more from around the continent. One of the biggest treats of the night was a message from our friends in the China Abroad Module in which the harlem shake made an appearance on the Great Wall (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9X5b3MCLGE).

The entire night was an unforgettable one and until next trimester, well done Asian clubs!

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