Campus News

Asian Night Market 2016

December 19, 2016
Office of Communications
Overhead view of people walking and eating under streamers and Chinese lanterns
Asian Night Market 2016 Photo credit: Elizabeth Petrone

Now in its sixth year, the annual Asian Night Market was held in the Science Center Commons on December 3, 2016. The yearly event began as a way to create a night market similar to the ones in Asia. This year’s event featured food, taiko drumming, and other musical performances. The market is a collaboration between student organizations that span the Asian diaspora community, and it is the one time each year the groups jointly host an event.

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