Chinese New Year
Purdue University Calumet student, Zhengyo Yang, sings a song titled "Warm in Winter." The Purdue Calumet Chinese New Year celebration is put on annually by the Chinese Student Association.
Purdue University Calumet students, Weigiong Zhang, Yixuan Wang and Xiao Qi Wu, dance to "What Does A Fox Say." The Chinese New Year celebration on the Hammond school's campus also features games, karaoke and traditional Chinese food. This year is the Year of the Horse.
VALPARAISO | Celebrating the Year of the Horse might have been fitting if anyone at the party favored a certain team in the 2014 Super Bowl.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration, featuring a meal, performances, music, and dance will be held 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Valparaiso University Harre Union ballroom. Dinner includes spicy beef, Gongbao chicken, fried rice, vegetable delights, and more.…
Nelson Cho isn't just Chinese-American. He's Chinese-Cuban-Peruvian-American. Which means he grew up on the shredded beef dish ropa vieja, the fried chicken called chicharrones de pollo, and other Cuban specialties.
These noodles are a fun and approachable dish equally good for a busy weeknight or to celebrate Chinese New Year on Feb. 10.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet will celebrate Chinese New Year Feb. 24 with a variety of events.
HAMMOND | Many activities are on the agenda of Purdue University Calumet’s celebration of the Chinese New Year Sunday, Feb. 24 in the university’s Student Union & Library. Following Chinese tradition, this is “The Year of the Snake."
I've reconfigured one of my favorite dim sum dishes: shrimp toasts.
Visitors to Christmas Around the World will stroll through 50 trees decorated by local ethnic communities, enjoy intermittent falling "snow" and see performances on the Holiday Stage.
Incredible food lineup for Saturday night at the Heritage Center in St. Joe includes chocolate-covered bacon mousse and Reserve Chef Matt Millar is in James Beard semifinals. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
A few years have gone by since I was in the right place--six.one.six in Grand Rapids in winter--at the right time to have corned beef hash and eggs. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
By not spacing out on the time zone and other mishaps of previous years, we managed to arrive at Bev's Second Season Ball in LaPorte Saturday almost an hour early. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
I have officially received the first announcement of 2012 for a Titanic dinner, a memorial for the centennial year of the disaster. The last dinner for first class passengers was 11 courses. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet will celebrate the 2012 Chinese New Year on Saturday with a musical performance, games, karaoke and an authentic Chinese meal.
Chef Jean Joho and Everest are awarded 3 Michelin stars and Wyncroft Winemaker Jim Lester reaches out with news about what happened in 2011, vintages on last call and an invitation to stop by. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet celebrates the 2012 Chinese New Year, Saturday, Feb. 4.
The Chinese New Year begins Monday, January 23rd and, for those who keep track of baroque personality quirks and tendencies, it is the Year of the Dragon. Count on plenty of drama, especially if you have friends and family turning 24-36-48, etc. in 2012 ---- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher…
CROWN POINT | During a recent Multi-cultural Day at St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point, preschoolers and kindergarteners learned about the country of China.
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