The countdown to BU's longest running multicultural showcase starts NOW! In the national language of the Philippines, the word “isa” means "one." Hosted by the BU's Filipino Student Association, ISA: The World is One has been entertaining and inspiring hundreds of people for ten years now to embrace the diversity of the school's student body, and highlight the talents of its amazing students through song, dance, and other forms of expression- traditional and modern.
This year's show is set to be the BIGGEST one yet! You do not want to miss out on this explosion of cultures from around the world.
With performances by:
Chinese Student Association
Korean Student Association
Vietnamese Student Association
Doors open at 6:30PM
The show begins at 7:00PM
Tickets will be $8 in advance in the GSU starting Monday, March 15, and $10 at the door, so be sure to get yours as soon as possible- they sell out quick.
If you have any questions, comments, or want to reserve tickets, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of the proceeds from our show will also go towards helping the Gawad Kalinga Organization. Translated into English, Gawad Kalinga means, “to give care.” GK’s main goal is to battle the blatant problem of poverty in the Philippines and all over the world. GK is now in the process of transforming poverty stricken areas in the Philippines with the goal of building 700,000 homes in 7,000 villages in 7 years.
Sunday, Mar 28, 2010
on Sunday, Mar 28, 2010