CAST and ROCSA Dragon Boat Festival Parties Jun. 20


June 19, 2015

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Organizations across MIT will be celebrating the 2015 Dragon Boat Festival this SAT June 20th. The Dragon Boat Festival, also often known as the Tuen Ng or Duanwu Festival, is a traditional and statutory holiday originating in China.

Join the Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) Dragon Boat Festival Party from 6pm-10pm at W20-208, where Chinese traditions of the Dragon Boat Festival will be introduced to all the attendees. Participants will be taught to make Zongzi – a traditional dessert in dragon boat festival – and can partake in different Chinese cuisine. Contact: guchch@mit.edu with questions.

The Republic of China Student Association (ROCSA) will be hosting the Dragon Boat Festival celebration at the Sid-Pac seminar room at 6:30pm. They will serve traditional rice dumplings and offer guests the opportunity to play traditional games!! $5 for ROCSA members; $10 for Non ROCSA members. Contact: pohsu@mit.edu with questions.

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