LNY2013: Year of the Snake is scheduled for February 23, 2013! Mark your Calendars!
The Lunar New Year Show is one of Duke’s premiere cultural exhibitions, the most diverse display of East Asian heritage on campus, and the Asian Students Association’s biggest undertaking of the year. The annual event has its roots in East Asian cultures, which historically operated under a lunar-based calendar and still hold elaborate celebrations and festivals to bring in the New Year.
ASA’s LNY reflects this rich tradition with a communal Asian dinner and a showcase of music and dance acts prominently featuring student talent from around Duke. The dinner takes place in the Great Hall, fully catered by various Asian restaurants from around the Triangle area to give attendees a culturally unique dining experience. Performances range from independent acts, with Martial Arts, diabolo, piano and more in previous years’ shows, to established student groups, such as Duke Chinese Dance Troupe, Defining Movement, Sabrosura and Stop Motion.
Watch the LNY Trailer here to see what it’s all about: http://bit.ly/nsGVrK
For a complete overview of the LNY event, check out the 2012 LNY Guide!
Links for LNY act applications:
Get involved through LNY Committees!
- Committee and Chair Sign-ups: http://bit.ly/SngzE7
General timeline for LNY 2013
- Nov. 4th – All applications due
- Nov. 11th & 12th – Main Auditions
- Dec. 7th & 8th – Supplemental Auditions
- Feb. 1st & 2nd – Pre-ordering for LNY shirts, DVDs and tickets
- Feb. 13th – 22nd – LNY Tickets available
- Feb. 23rd – LNY Dinner, Show and Afterparty
For more information on LNY, please contact our VP-Cultural, Simon Ho, at firstname.lastname@example.org.