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AAS205 - On the Asian Student Union of San Francisco State...

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On February 24, 2007, the Asian Student Union of San Francisco State University held a Lunar New Years celebration at Stonestown. This was a free and open event to the entire public. This shows the community more about Chinese culture and Asian organizations as well. The event was an excellent way to show the rest of San Francisco’s diverse community one aspect of the culture of one its prominent residents. The celebration had many fun activities for people to do that in turn would teach them about an important aspect of Chinese culture. There were many events such as lantern making, a costume contest for children, and all throughout the day there were musical performances on traditional Chinese instruments. Since an Asian student association was the group that put the event together it is a legitimate for they were merely hosing it to educate individuals; however, since the event was held at a commercial location the intentions of the Asian Student Union were commercialized to some degree.
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