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Monday, July 15, 2013 - Friday, July 19, 2013
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
- First day (July 15)
“Opening Show” 12:10~12:25 @ Fountain
Traditional Chinese Lion and Dragon Dances by APU students.
“Concert” 19:00 – 20:30 (doors open 18:30)@ Millennium Hall
Chinese traditional performing by APU student circle “C-Sound”.
- Second day (July 16)
Live Band Performances @ Fountain （Cafeteria at the time of rainy weather ）
Live music performances throughout the day featuring one Chinese and one English song each.
Performance times: four performances throughout the day
12:10 – 12:25 (between 2 & 3 period)
14:00 – 14:15 (between 3 & 4 period)
15:50 – 16:05 (between 4 & 5 period)
17:40 – 17:55 (between 5 & 6 period)
- Third day (July 17)
“Chinese cooking experience” 16:05 – 17:40 @ AP House Kitchen
Come along and try your hand at making Chinese dumplings. Participation free (open to House residents only).
- Fourth day (July 18)
No event planned
- Fifth day ( July 19)
The Chinese Week “Grand Show” 18:30~20:00 (doors open 18:00) @ Millennium Hall
Chinese Week 2013 presents “The Banquet”, a story of family rivalry, murder and revenge set in ancient China.
NB: Footage of the show will be streamed live via Ustream.
Monday, July 15 – Friday, July 19
“Chinese Cultural Experience” 10:30~17:30 @ Cafeteria Display Booth
Photo display, Chinese tea tasting, display of costumes from some of China’s 56 different ethnic groups (costumes free to try on).
Chinese foods on the Cafeteria ethnic lunch menu (lunch menu only)
Kung Pao Chicken (fried chicken and peanuts)，Yuxiang rousi (fried and seasoned meat)，Shuizhu (spicy poached beef).
Every year during the spring (May-July) and fall semesters (November-January), APU hosts a series of Multicultural Weeks. During each week the spotlight is put on one of the many countries and regions represented on campus and that country’s culture and language are introduced and celebrated through a range of student-led events and activities. Much of the management and planning of this event is handled by students who are not native to the featured country or region. A delicious array of traditional dishes is also available on the cafeteria menu in addition to traditional dance and music performances held throughout the campus and the Grand Show held on the final day of the week.
Footage of the Grand Show will be streamed live on the internet via Ustream. Please be sure to tune in and enjoy the colorful performances by APU’s multilingual and multicultural students.