Association of Asian American Yale Alumni (AAAYA) NY Chapter,
Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA),
& Yale-China Association
Cordially invite you to a Curator’s Talk and Reception for the exhibit,
Both Here and There: Yale-China and a Century of Transformative Encounters.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
6:30 pm Curator’s Talk
7:30 pm Reception
Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
215 Centre Street (between Howard and Grand Streets),
New York City
Please RSVP to email@example.com by September 6
with your name, Yale affiliation and number of guests.
Both Here and There: Yale-China and a Century of Transformative Encounters
On View September 2- October 11, 2010
This exhibit explores the hundred-year history of the Yale-China Association and the personal narratives behind its long history of cross-cultural exchange. Both Here and There: Yale-China and a Century of Transformative Encounters includes personal accounts, images, and artifacts that together explore the profound power of grassroots exchange on communities, cultures, and individuals an ocean apart. Since 1901, the Yale-China Association has built U.S.-China relations through programs in education, health, public service, and the arts.
Both Here and There is organized by Yale-China Association, in conjunction with the centennial of the Yale-China Teaching Fellowship Program. www.yalechina.org
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) is the leading national museum dedicated to preserving and presenting the history and culture of people of Chinese descent in the United States. From its Maya Lin-designed home on the border of Chinatown and SoHo in New York City, MOCA collects and displays historical and cultural artifacts, and organizes traveling exhibitions, classes, discussions, and events that explore all aspects of the Chinese American experience in the United States. www.mocanyc.org
The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni is a national organization serving the Asian and Asian American alumni of Yale University. Its purpose is to promote the civic participation, leadership, and service of Asian Americans and Asians both at Yale and in the broader society. Local chapters are organized by metropolitan area. For more information about the organization or to get involved in the New York City chapter, please visit www.aaaya.org.
This free event is co-sponsored by the Yale-China Association, the Museum of Chinese in America and the Association of Asian American Yale Alumni.