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AACC Weekly Update: AACC Night Market, Genentech Infosession, Thoughtful Thursdays Kick-Off Panel

Asian American Cultural Center Weekly Update:
Week of October 24, 2016


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The Election: South Asian Edition
Date:  Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Time:  5:00pm-6:00pm
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.    

Join SAS in a discussion of the South Asian American vote during this election season. Tikkaway dinner and Insomnia Cookies will be served!
Boba & Board Games Study Break
Date:  Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Time:  4:30pm-5:30pm
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.    

Tired of studying for midterms? Exhausted from writing papers? Take a break with your favorite AACC Community & Social Engagement staffers and come play board games and drink some bubble tea from Vivi's!
Thoughtful Thursdays Kick-off Panel
Date:  Thursday, October 27, 2016
Time:  6:00pm-7:00pm
Place: AACC Multipurpose Room, 295 Crown St. 

Enjoy Asian food on a Thursday night and...

Join the Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) for a community conversation on holistic approaches to mental health and wellness. The event will begin with a panel discussion featuring Asian-identified students and mental health professionals, followed by break-out groups to discuss key questions including:

- How does mental health and wellness intersect with Asian identity?
- What does “holistic” health mean to you?
- How can the AACC and other campus groups better serve your mental health & wellness needs?

Panelists include:

- Jennifer Fang: Yale faculty member, activist and founder of
- Anand Sukumaran: Psychiatrist at Yale Mental Health & Counseling
- Lining Wang: Senior Computer Science major involved with Jook Songs, Q+A, and AASA
- Audrey Luo: Senior Psychology major on neuroscience track, co-president of Mind Matters

Night Market
Date:  Friday, October 28, 2016
Time:  6:00pm-8:00pm
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.    

Come join us for the annual AASAxAACC Night Market! Modeled after the famous night markets of Taiwan, our Night Market will be an event full of food, culture, performances, and fun! There will be free food for all, but also opportunities to buy food for sale! (Venmo will be accepted, no need for cash!)
ViSA Pho Night 2016
Date:  Sunday, October 30, 2016
Time:  5:00pm-7:15pm
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.    

It's back. It's Pho-bulous. It's Pho-real. Visa presents: PHO NIGHT 2016!

Come join us for our Annual Pho Night this Sunday, October 30th at the AACC! On the menu is beef, chicken, and vegetarian phở. For dessert, we will be serving the traditional Vietnamese dessert chè thái (fruit milk tea). 

We are looking for VOLUNTEERS to help cook and set up at the AACC! If you come volunteer for two hours, you will get free phở! Possible volunteer times are: Saturday, 10/29 from 1PM - 11PM and Sunday, 10/30 from 9AM - 5PM.

Asian American Identities: Possible Selves
Date:  Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Time:  6:00pm-7:30pm
Place: AACC, Multipurpose Room, 295 Crown St.    

How are Asian and Asian American identities formed? How do our lived experiences impact those identities? And for folks of multicultural heritages, how might one achieve an optimal sense of identity? In this discussion and dinner, USC professor of clinical education Dr. Ruth Chung will provide frameworks for answering these questions, and in turn develop an optimal sense of self. Participants will be invited to discuss the challenges and opportunities of navigating different, sometimes conflicting, cultural values and behavioral norms. One does not need be of multicultural background to attend. Please join us for dinner, followed by thoughtful discussion!
APAMSA Premed Mentoring Discussion
Date:  Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Time:  8:00pm-10:00pm
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.    

Are you considering premed? Do you want to meet your Derek Shepherd? Come out to our event at the AACC sponsored by Yale's APAMSA chapter to learn about what it means to be in medical school. The event will start with a Q&A, followed by small group discussions. We will be on the 2nd floor of the AACC. Please RSVP at the form below so we can get an idea of the diversity of the group. You can also ask questions in advance anonymously using the same form.
Voter Registration and Mochi
Date:  Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Time:  6:00pm-7:00pm
Place: The Yale Women's Center

Join the Yale Women's Center and the Asian American Students Alliance (AASA) on Tuesday, October 25th to register to vote! There will be mochi.
Tea with Brenda Carter
Date:  Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Time:  4:30pm-6:00pm
Place: TD Head of College House

Timothy Dwight and AASA are co-hosting a tea with Brenda Carter, an AAPI leader who directs The Reflective Democracy Campaign -- which "works to remove barriers keeping women and people of color from positions of elected leadership and advocates for a political system that truly reflects the American electorate."
After the event, there will be a private dinner in the TD dining hall for 10 students with Carter and TD Head Dr. Mary Lui about AAPIs in the electorate. The dinner should end around 7:00pm or 7:15pm.

All freshmen, please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so the AASA Freshman Liaisons can get an idea of how to best serve you!
Tongil Mom 통일 맘 Delegation Visit
Date:  Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Time:  4:00pm
Place: LC 211    

A delegation from Tongil Mom, an association supporting North Korean defector women advocating to be reunited with their children, will be coming to campus to speak about North Korean human rights. They will highlight the issue of forced repatriation of North Korean refugee women, the human/sex-trafficking of the North Korean refugee women, and most importantly, the issue of how to reunite with their children left behind in North Korea or stuck in China.

Join Yale for North Korean Human Rights and enjoy Korean food and drinks while listening to their stories!

Date:  Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Time:  7:30pm
Place: Commons Dining Hall    

The Yale Hindu Students Council and Chaplain’s Office invites you to the 12th Annual Diwali Pooja! Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is celebrated throughout India and is one of the most important Hindu holidays of the year. Our event will begin with a 30-minute worship service led by the HSC Board. It will be followed by lighting sparklers on Beinecke Plaza and a traditional Indian dinner. The event is free however seating is limited. The doors will open at 7:00 pm and close by 7:45 pm. The puja will begin promptly at 7:30 pm.

Pre-registration is via EventBrite from October 13th until October 26th. Please register ASAP because we have given the Yale community a one-week advance to register before registration is opened to the general public on October 20th. Very limited on-site registration will be available that evening. Plan to arrive at 6:30 if you have not pre-registered.

RITM Conference on Ethnic Studies
Date:  Thursday, November 3, 2016-Friday, November 4, 2016
Time:  Nov. 3 7:30pm-Nov. 4 5:30pm
Place: Yale University

On November 3-4, 2016, the Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration along with the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale (AACC), La Casa Cultural Julia de Burgos, and the Native American Cultural Center (NACC) will host an Ethnic Studies conference in honor of Don Nakanishi ‘71, a Yale alumnus and pioneering academic. Learn more about him here.

Building from the legacies of Professor Nakanishi, the RITM Conference on Ethnic Studies foregrounds the work of Yale alumni and affiliates in Ethnic Studies fields. 

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