Lunar New Year celebration attracts hundreds

اسهم بنك الاهلي للبيع 2014 By Lautaro Grinspan, news correspondent

برنامج تداول فوركس A line of students eager to usher in the Year of the Monkey snaked outside the doors of the Fenway Center last Sunday night, Feb. 7.

كيف ابيع اسهم اكتتاب في بنك البلاد The Students of Singapore and the Malaysian Student Association (MSA) hosted a Chinese New Year celebration as part of the International Student & Scholar Institute’s Carnevale, a two-month initiative that celebrates cultural diversity at Northeastern. The event’s goal was to showcase Singapore and Malaysia’s take on Chinese New Year. exchange rates and forex business ppt “Chinese New Year… is celebrated in many places across Asia, not just in China,” Yuki Mei Xing Shuck, junior business administration major and president of the Students of Singapore, said.  “Singaporeans and Malaysians don’t really have the same traditions as Chinese people… With this event, we’re hoping to introduce to people the way we celebrate the new year.”

اعلى سعر للذهب في السعودية Attendees sampled Lunar New Year staples, including pineapple cookies and oranges, visited a photo booth and stopped by the build-a-monkey station to pocket a personalized, stuffed primate. At the venue, a slideshow displayed photos of extravagant Chinese New Year celebrations in Asian cities.

mercato forex come investire Throughout the event, student performers from Berklee College of Music helped create an East Asian atmosphere, crooning lively songs in Mandarin and Malay, with Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” making a surprise appearance in their repertoire. جميع الاسهم السعودية مباشر A traditional lion dance performance drew the biggest applause of the night. A pair of two-person-operated “lions,” one yellow, the other red, pranced around the room to the sound of ringing cymbals.

كيف ابيع اسهم بنك وربه Although this was the event’s debut – both the Students of Singapore and the MSA were approved as official clubs within the past year – the turnout was considerable.

تداول سهم مصرف الانماء “The number was not what we expected,” Shuck said. “On Facebook, 577 people said they were coming, [while] I’m pretty sure my e-board and the MSA e-board only invited 100 people. And we only had food for 150 people on a first-come, first-served basis. Actually, you can’t have more than 150 people at a time in the Fenway Center because it can be a fire hazard.” شراء أسهم Some attended to mark a holiday celebrated where they are from, while others wanted to experience Chinese traditions.

توصيات الفوركس مجانا “I’m minoring in Chinese, so I’ve always been kind of interested in the culture,” Taylor Duckworth, a freshman bioengineering major, said. “I knew it was Chinese New Year so I felt it would be a good experience for me to come and see what it was about.”اسعار-بيع-الذهب-في-السعودية اسعار بيع الذهب في السعودية The Fenway Center celebration gave sophomore bioengineering major Sereivadhana Song the taste of the festivities back home.

اخبارسوق الأسهم السعوديه “I’m from Cambodia, but we’re Chinese-blooded,” Song said. “Because my family isn’t here, as an international student, celebrating with friends is the next best thing.”

اخبار عن سوق الاسهم السعودي Shuck hopes for the event to create a lasting interest in both her traditions and club. اسعار الذهب في السودان “It’s tough to attract people to a cultural club unless you have a direct connection to it,” she said. “There’s the idea that it’s only for the people from that country or culture. With this event, we wanted to share the culture and make it open to everyone.”

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