Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Calendar of Events

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The following is a list of events being held at Rowan University in celebration of Asian Pacific
American Heritage Month. For more information, visit http://www.rowan.edu. The university
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The following is a list of events being held at Rowan University in celebration of Asian Pacific
American Heritage Month. For more information, visit http://www.rowan.edu. The university
is on Rt. 322 in Glassboro. All programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise
specified.

April 3
11:00 am
Student Center 144
The Forgotten Minority: Asian Americans in the United States
Panel discussion moderated by Dr. Edward Wang, History Department,
Rowan University.
Panelists include: Dr. Allan Jiao, Law & Justice Studies, Dr. Hieu Nguyen,
Mathematics, Ms. Ronette Wilson, Radio/TV/Film.
Broadcast live on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM

April 6
7:30 pm
Boyd Recital Hall
Asian Extravaganza Presentation of traditional Asian arts. Performances
include Jade River Dancers, Chinese Musical Voices, Kung Fu and
Traditional Cambodian Classical Dance

April 10
11:00 am
Bunce Hall, Room 303
Habermas and the Chinese Discourse on Modernity
Speaker: Dr. Shijun Tong, Visiting Scholar at Columbia University
April 12
5:00 pm
Student Center Pit
Asian Cultural Association Festival Festival promotes Asian culture and
heritage through dance, music and more!

April 16
5:00 pm
Student Center - Owl's Nest
Asian Cultural Association Recognition Awards Dinner
Join us for dinner and a presentation of A Window on the World of
Lady Murasaki: An excerpt from Dwellers Above the Clouds, a
play written by Dr. Toni Libro, featuring Ronette Wilson, followed by the
presentation of the annual awards

April 17
11:00 am
Student Center, Room 144
International Brown Bag - Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh
Presented by Dr. Kauser Jahan, Associate Professor of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Rowan University College of Engineering

April 17
12:30 pm
Campbell Library, Room 226
Haiku Across the Continents Presented by Dr. Toni Libro, Dean of the
College of Communication and Dr. Maria Ciavarelli, Foreign Languages &
Literatures, Rowan University.

April 20
11:30 am bus leaves Student Center
KYW - TV3 Studio Tour with Siani Lee
Tour CBS affiliate KYW Channel 3 studio with news anchor Siani Lee

April 21
8:00 pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall
The Mikado
Glassboro Center for the Arts presents The Mikado, an English operetta
set in Japan
Tickets: $31/ $28/ $25

April 23
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM broadcast Writers Roundtable Rowan Radio
broadcast hosted by Dr. Toni Libro, Dean of the College of
Communication.
This edition features major Asian Pacific writers

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