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2020 Lunar New Year Show

On Friday, January 31st, the Asian Students in America (ASIA) club put on the much anticipated Lunar new year show. Even with some small complications…


A History of the Lunar New Year

Every year, students learn choreography for traditional Asian dances in celebration of the Lunar New Year, arguably the most important holiday in many East Asian…



BFriend: Origins and Controversy

The rest of the world has GFriend, but IMSA’s community has something a little more special: BFriend. If you attended ASIA’s Lunar Show this past…