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Finding Asia in America Exhibition

February 17, 2015
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Jeong Hyun Hwang

First-year students Linh K. Tran (Clover), Jenny Xin Luan, and Naomi Langer explore their surroundings in New York City. The students were among a group of six who ventured throughout New York City January 12-19 taking photos and conducting interviews with Asians and Asian-Americans for their winter term photography project, “Finding Asia in America.” The students will display their work in the Science Center’s Bent Corridor February 22-24.

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