Asian Mid-Autumn Festival
Asian Mid-Autumn Festival
WSU’s Chinese Students and Scholars Association, in association with WSU’s Taiwanese Student Association, Japanese Student Association, Hong Kong Student Association, and UI’s Chinese Students and Scholars Association, presents

Asian Mid-Autumn Festival
Saturday, October 7, 2017
7:30 p.m. at Jones Theatre, Daggy Hall

Featuring music and rhythms from different cultures—from Japanese, Mandarin, and Cantonese songs to Chinese traditional instruments and folk dance—there will be something for everyone to enjoy!

Reserved Seating
$5 for WSU students • $10 for non–WSU students
Your ticket includes one free PoPo milk tea and one moon cake!

Get Tickets
Tickets are sold at the CUB (Compton Union Building) Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Door Prizes
When you buy a ticket and attend our performance, you will also have chances to win coupons, gift cards (e.g., Amazon, Apple), and even a wireless printer or LED TV!
Asian Festival - Happy Mid-Autumn Day!

In China, the Mid-Autumn Festival is named 中秋. We celebrate with our family and eat moon cake. No matter how busy we are, we will still try to spend this day with family.

In Japan, the Mid-Autumn Festival is named Tsukimi (月見) or Otsukimi (literally meaning ‘moon-viewing’). Customs include making offerings to the moon and celebrating the harvest during the Mid-Autumn Festival. The former is part of their ancient belief system (Shinto) and expresses the gratitude of the Japanese people to the moon god.

While we may celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival in different ways, this festival is necessary for all of us.
This performance is presented with generous support from:
Star Sing KaraokeCougar Country Drive-InLion International Summer ProgramsFujiyama Japanese Steakhouse and Bar
PopoUS Bank
Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164
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