This is not just a cooking class – join the interactive session with a master chef and make your own dumplings. You will also be taken on a mouth-watering journey to discover the food culture of Hong Kong, through the classical Cantonese Dim Sum.
Eating dim sum is a quintessential Hong Kong experience. Join us in a mouth-watering journey to explore the 'yum cha' or 'drink tea' culture in Hong Kong and our master chef in making authentic Chinese dumplings.
Enjoy this hour-long experience with The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) from your kitchen via Zoom. All you need to do is to gather the ingredients beforehand, prepare the ingredients and you will be guided step-by-step during the session to make the dumplings from scratch.
Feeling bored because of home-bound during this period? Be part of the music events and meet friends from all over the world!
Music always brings people together. The HKUST online music event aims to provide a platform for students to share their passion, appreciate different genres of live music, stay connected with peers and meet new friends via zoom.
In this event, student performers will take turn to play songs and share their music journey with participants. Interactive discussion groups will be formed for participants to meet new friends via zoom.
Date & Time: Mar 23, 2021 I 6pm Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)
Application Deadline: Mar 22, 2021 (UTC+8)
In this free five-session learning series created by UC Davis in partnership with APRU, a cohort of undergraduate students will explore the concepts of culture, cultural values, identity, and power as well as engage in a deeper reflection on how they and others ‘make meaning’, evaluate intercultural situations, and deal with conflict.
The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy at the University of California, Riverside is one of the world’s largest publicly accessible collections on speculative fiction and related genres, including fantasy, comics, horror, anime, and more.
Date & Time: Mar 11, 2021 I 6pm Pacific Standard Time (UTC-8)
Join the University of California, Santa Cruz Practical Activism for its 18th annual day-long conference on Saturday, February 27th, 2021 virtually on Zoom!
The conference is coordinated and led by students from College Nine and College Ten, and aims to further local and global change in our community by representing diverse perspectives on a variety of social justice issues and providing hands on tools to make practical change. Opening this year’s conference will be a moderated discussion with Dr. Angela Davis. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about several social-justice related topics in student-organized zoom workshops. The conference will be closed by a spoken-word performance from artist, Gina Loring.
Many institutions have mobilized talented, energetic students, working with public health authorities, to stem the coronavirus pandemic. This group gives students a global community of peers with whom to share experiences. Open to students at all levels, engaged or interested in public health.
Date & Description
Mar 4: Student led discussion with students from Oregon Health & Science University
Students may choose to attend any or all of the dates listed.