Celebrate Chinese New Year at Cook!

January 31, 2013 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

In honor of Chinese New Year and Cook Library’s new Chinese Language collection, we will be hosting a series of events. Please don’t hesitate to stop by and celebrate with us!


Bambi-ChouChouThe Uncrushable Rose: A Memoir from Concentration Camp to Becoming a Free Woman

Friday, February 8th

2:30pm-4pm, Cook Library Room 507

Author Bambi Shen will read from and discuss her memoir. The book explores her vivid memories of the concentration camps she lived in during the five-year Japanese occupation of then Indochina.


LowresChinese New Year Celebration

Monday, February 11th

12:00pm-1:00pm, Cook Library 3rd Floor

Celebrate the Year of the Snake with Chinese music and other treats!


iStock_000022943169SmallChina Becomes Cool: The Globalization of Chinese Culture

Monday, February 11th

6:00pm-7:30pm, Cook Library Room 507

Dr. Steven Phillips Professor in the History Department will discuss the international significance of Chinese culture.


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