HSA Meeting 11/30/10

Attendees: Mykhou, Xay, Mailor, Kong, Naly, Maifoua, Ger Jerry, Oliver Johnny, Nancy, Becky, Donna, Chong.

Meeting started at 8 PM

Location: Porter Room 246

Date: November 30, 2010

Check in Question:

Tell us about a unique habit of yours?

E^2 Presentation

Updates

ISHE

Dance

-CEP

-Dances

-No Dance Practice this week

Sleepover

Location: Don and Donna House (320 Kosh Land Way, Family Student Housing)

Date: December 3, 2010 Friday

Time: 6PM

Description:

-We will be watching a movie, sharing food, studying, playing games and activities, storytelling, and whatever else we can come up with.
-Please come prepared with already cooked food or with food to cook to share with everyone.
-Please bring games/ board games/ cards to play if you have some as well.
-Don’t forget to bring:

– Sleeping gear
– PJs or clothing to change into if necessary
– Toothbrushes
– Food
– Positive attitudes and fun!

*Also, please be aware that this will be an alcohol free event.
*If you have any questions, please contact Mykhou at (530) 635-7672 or mvue3@ucsc.edu

Public Relations

-We as HSA voted to use some of the money in our pot to fund in making pamphlets.

Cultural show concept voting

-Brainstorming Theme for cultural show

Marriage and Courting

-Traditional

-Modern (See what’s changed)

-Struggles within Marriage and Courting

-Different race

-Stipulations

-Story/Skit

-Old couple in Thailand (Modern)

-Wedding Flashback

-Interaction with audience

-Eggroll eating contest

-Gender roles

-Personal narratives/monologues

-HNY

-Choa Qeej

-Legal aspects: MN

-Hmong Cinderella story

-Bride price

-Price can’t go under $5,000

-Themes (Loving now and then)

Announcements

Meeting Adjourned at 10:06PM



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One response

  1. Hey, sorry I couldn’t make the meeting yesterday. I had a quiz in my comp sci class and so I didn’t have time to get to the meeting, but I wanted to know if you guys were interested in going to the Listen to the Silence Conference. It’s going to be at Stanford University and it’s about Asian American issues. The website with more information is http://aasa.stanford.edu/lts/index.html
    I personally haven’t been to one, but my sister graduated from Stanford last year and she always went to these and said they were pretty interesting. If you guys don’t want to go then it’s fine. I just wanted to pitch an idea.

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