Oregon State University students celebrated the Year of the Ox this week in honor of the Chinese New Year. The OSU Hong Kong Student Association hosted various events and activities in the Memorial Union Ballroom which included calligraphy, red envelope art, fortune telling and more (and yes, there was food!). In the video below, meet OSU student Noemi Wada, Co-President of the Hong Kong Student Association. I had the opportunity to meet with her during the festivites and she talked to me about HKSA and the event. Thanks for taking the time to talk to us, Noemi! If any readers would like to contact the HKSA, please find their contact information here.
Also, wait for mark :47 for the Office of Admissions Recruit Team student worker Stanley Yu telling fortunes! I’ll have Stanley write about his thoughts on the event and the new year and have it posted in the near future. Stay tuned.
The Chinese Association of OSU also held festivities earlier in the week for China Night 2009. See more about the events hosted by the Chinese Association of OSU by visiting here. (Any readers have any photos or videos from the event? Leave a comment with a link and I’ll post them here!)