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Ring in the Chinese New Year
Sam Bates
Antelope Staff
Photo by Sam Bates
Participants in the Chinese New Year celebration practice the "Harvest Dance" in preparation for their performance on Feb. 6. There are around 50 people taking part in the performances, but not all of them are CSSA members.

Plans are underway for the Chinese New Year celebration Feb. 6 at 5:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room of the student union.


This is the third consecutive year that the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) has sponsored the event to share Chinese tradition. CSSA president Yue Zhao said, “We are aiming at introducing Chinese culture to the community.”


The night will be filled with traditional Chinese performances as well as free Chinese food and drink provided by CSSA. The event is free and open to everyone, not only students. Last year’s celebration was attended by around 500 people mostly from the Kearney area. CSSA are hoping for that same kind of turnout for this year’s celebration.


For more information on the celebration or CSSA contact Yue Zhao at zhaoy2@unk.edu.

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