Asian Heritage Month Events at IU South Bend!

 Come join us for Asian Heritage Month at IU South Bend!


Hmong Embroidery: Threading a Cultural Narrative

A Lecture by Professor Andrea Rusnock

Date: April 16th

Time: 5:30-6:30pm

Location: Schurz Library 5th floor Atrium

Learn about Hmong culture as Professor Rusnock (Associate Professor, Women and Gender Studies/Art History) unravels the history and artistry of Hmong embroidery stitch by stitch.

Doing Business with/in Asian Cultures: A Forum

Date: April 17th

Time: 4:30-5:30pm

Location: AI220B

Join us for an invigorating forum with Milind Agtey (President of Easy Access), Professor Haiyan Yin (Assistant Professor of International Business), and Professor Gihoon Hong (Assistant Professor of Economics) to discuss how to effectively bridge cultural gaps while working with Asian businesses.

The 16th Annual Asian Heritage Festival

Date: April 17th

Time: 5:30-8:30pm

Location: The Grille

Enjoy a night of festivities and see student clubs and local groups share their engagement with Asian culture. Includes a sampling of Asian cuisine, dancing, crafts, a silent auction, and much more! 1

ALSO: visit our display in the library lobby for the month of April!


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