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Passion, Practicality, Prudence (4/22), Earth Day (4/23), & Dinnertime Stories (4/28)

Passion, Practicality, Prudence:
A cross sector conversation with
Weili Cheng and Chip Tom

Do you feel conflicted about the path you want to take after graduation? Are you choosing among a variety of interests, from arts to sciences, from humanities to business? Come to the AACC on April 22 to hear two brilliant alumni discuss their career trajectories and how they balance between the pressure to “succeed,” the need to follow their passions, and aligning them both. Weili Cheng ‘77 is currently the executive director of the Association of Yale Alumni. A graduate of Yale College and Georgetown Law School, she was the senior vice president and deputy general counsel for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. Chip Tom ‘77 is currently the curator for Heather James, a fine art museum in Palm Desert, California. Prior to that, he worked at the USC Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, CA and the Centre D’Art Contemporain in Geneva, Switzerland. The two old classmates at Yale headed in different directions after college and both are extremely accomplished in their fields. Will they have similar life lessons about carving out a career path? What advice do they have for you who might be under the pressure to figure out what you would like to do? Food will be provided.

Please email us at if you need any special accommodations. Thanks!
Date: Saturday, April 22th, 2017
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St

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Earth Day:
Peace, Painting & Planting

Celebrate Earth Day with AYUDH Yale-Connecticut and the Asian American Cultural Center on Sunday, April 23rd at 3pm. Come plant a succulent to take home, paint a flower pot, eat some chocolate complete with facts on endangered species, make some friends, and enjoy some snacks.

This event is generously supported by a grant from the Yale University Office of the Secretary and Vice President for Student Life’s the Wellness Project Compassion-in-Action Series, the Asian American Cultural Center, and the Medical Student Council. Please email questions to Get on our mailing list to hear about events like this at
Date: Sunday, April 23th, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St

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Dinnertime Stories:
Seniors Show and Tell

Please join the AACC for dinner and stories on Friday 4/28! Four amazing seniors from the AACC community will be sharing their personal stories, reflections, and anecdotes from their time at Yale. Dinner will be catered by Kumo. We hope to see you there! 

Meet the Seniors: 

Smo Mohan is a senior in Silliman who is sticking around Yale for another year after graduation to get her MPH. She loves sushi, running, and museums, and there's nothing that bothers her more than the term "special snowflake." In her own words, her aesthetic is "athleisure." Unfortunately, in others' words, her aesthetic is "trash." She loves the AACC, so she's really excited about this event!

Edward Dong is a senior lit major from California. Things he will miss when he graduates: the AACC, PWG, and wild sweet orange. Things he will not miss: all of the hair salons, Bass Cafe, the stats department, coldness, snow, feeling cold, walking through snow, etc. 

Jan Aquino is a senior in Davenport majoring in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. His favorite things are Snapchat, Filipino food, and telling people that he's not premed. He considers his involvement with the Asian American community through Kasama: the Filipino Club, AASA, and the AACC an integral part of his four years at Yale.

Mimi Pham is a senior in Morse College (the best college) majoring in economics and history. She is originally from the beautiful land of Tampa, FL and next year she will be living in the DC area. In her free time, she can be found eating, shopping, napping, and talking to people while ignoring her homework. Currently, she serves as Head Peer Liaison for the AACC, and in the past she has worked on AASA and ViSA boards. The AACC community has been a wonderful addition to her time at Yale and she is so excited to see you all!
Date: Friday, April 28th, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Place: AACC, 295 Crown St

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