CSSA showcased a variety of performances, which included musical performances with traditional Chinese Instruments, modern and traditional dances, songs from popular Chinese/Taiwanese movies, a cappella performances (in Chinese, of course), crosstalk (a popular type of comedic show in China), and a brilliant play as the finale.
While it’s unfortunate that there are still so many forms of oppression that UCLA students face, it’s important for students to have an outlet of expression when facing the diverse difficulties of being a college student.
UCLA alum Grace Lee explores the life and development of her namesake, the Chinese American activist Grace Lee Boggs, through her 2014 documentary film.
Kim, the main character, is a first year pre-med college student who unknowingly struggles with depression. Her own realization does not occur until she meets Will, a character who exudes a cheerful personality yet also faces his own internal struggles.
UCLA’s Vietnamese Student Union (VSU) will hold its 36th annual culture night on Monday, January 18 in Royce Hall. The culture night, See You Tomorrow, deals with mental health within the Vietnamese community. Sarah Ho serves as director and Amy Lam and Josh Tran serve as co-producers. Cultures nights are student run and produced productions,…
On October 29, a night close to Halloween, the UCLA Japanese Animation Club (JAC) hosted its third Anime Dinner Night at FEAST, which featured Japanese anime themed cuisines with a Halloween twist.