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MCU-MI Present Taiwanese Aborigines Culture at SVSU

 
Last Friday, the Intercultural Night at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) enter its 15th year. This annual event was held on Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Rhea Miler Recital Hall. Its primary goal is to promote cultural diversity, cultural understanding and harmony among students on campus. International students from different nations worked together to showcase their respective culture and ethnic backgrounds. The night featured a variety of cultural performances presented by students from Japan, Brazil, India, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Greater China and more. This year, students from mainland China and Taiwan organized a series of performances in which students wearing traditional Han costumes to represent Chinese culture. Dressed in DIY aborigines' costumes, a group of eight MCU-MI students also got on stage to sing and dance along with an aboriginal Taiwanese pop song 'Once I Think of You'. 
With over 300 people gathered for the night, the night ends with all participants singing on the stage in a harmonious environment.
 

  

   

   

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by Dr. Radut.