Yalies and New Haven residents alike came together in Henry R. Luce Hall to celebrate Southeast Asian culture Friday evening.
First held in Spring 2003, the Yale Southeast Asian Spring Cultural Festival is an event organized by the faculty and students of the Yale Southeast Asia Language Studies Programs under the Council on Southeast Asia Studies at the MacMillan Center at Yale. The annual festival, held usually at the end of February or the beginning of March, featured performances of both contemporary and traditional regional dance, music, song, poetry, clothes and arts and crafts. Along with the performance, the festival also included a buffet dinner of Southeast Asian cuisine.
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