|1||First Place Group||#1|
|2||Second Place Group||#2|
|3||Third Place Group||#3|
|4||Fourth Place Group||#4|
|5||Fifth Place Group||#5|
1. Post publically on Facebook.
2. Tag it as #wulnyf16 so we can find it!
3. Indicate what performance or family group you're in on the post.
4. A maximum of one photo per day per dance will be counted.
1. Check in with the designated LNYF Exec.
2. Meet new people and have fun!
1. Family groups with more points will be able to win prizes below.
2. Point values may change due to oversight or to make the contest more fair.
3. If you have questions or suggestions for LNYF family groups please email us at email@example.com.
Each dance will receive auction dollars to bid on prizes offered by LNYF and various exec members! Some prizes include:
1. Photoshoot for dance (professional, in LNYF costume, or casual).
2. Passes to be 1st, 2nd, 3rd in line for dinner before the Saturday night show.
3. Pieing certain exec members.
4. Dessert-to-dorm delivery.
5. Dance documentary (or mockumentary).
6. Dance caricatures.
7. And many more!
February 5, 2016 @ 7pm and February 6, 2016 @ 2pm and 7pm in Edison Theatre.
Lunar New Year Festival (LNYF) is a student-run organization at Washington University in St. Louis and the annual performance of the same name produced to celebrate the Lunar New Year and promote the awareness of different facets of Asian culture. The show, which is performed three times over two days at Edison Theatre in the Mallinckrodt Center on WashU's campus, is a completely student-run production involving students from various cultural groups on campus. At the same time, it allows WashU students to engage with multiple St. Louis communities by exploring Asian heritage from a traditional as well as a modern perspective.
Through exciting performances ranging from acting to dancing to martial arts, people of all backgrounds can enjoy and celebrate the Lunar New Year together at WashU. While LNYF makes its mark through the final production showcasing various facets of Asian culture, it hopes to make its mark as more than just another campus cultural show. LNYF seeks to leave a prolonged impact upon its viewers through our skit and philanthropy. In the skit, we seek to acknowledge and address important issues to the Asian American community that not only affect Asian Americans, but all people across the globe. Additionally, each year, LNYF chooses a different philanthropy to support to not only impact the WashU community, but the St. Louis community as well. This year we have chosen the philanthropy Gateway 180 :: Homelessness Reversed.
The largest 24-hour emergency housing organization in Missouri.
LNYF is much more than just a show. Every year, LNYF works with a charity organization to make an impact in the surrounding community and beyond. This year, we are partnering with Gateway 180, which helps families escape homelessness in St. Louis. We are planning on fundraising $7,150 with proceeds from the show, donations from corporate sponsors, and monthly fundraisers. In addition, we will be volunteering on-site and on-campus with basic necessity drives, brown bagging events, and more. We invite you to help us in whatever way you can so we can do our best with Gateway 180 to find everybody in St. Louis a place to call home.
For more information on Gateway 180, please visit their site here.
|Tingting Huang (Pipa)|
|Melody Sun (Erhu)|
|Jonathan Shieh (Choreographer)|
|Timothy Young (Choreographer)|
|Justin Finkel (Choreographer)|
|Reid Schur (Choreographer)|
|Elisa De Togni|
|Karina Del Valle|
|Erin Lee (Choreographer)|
|Joy Lin (Choreographer)|
|Justin Sanghyun Bae|
|Fiona Wu (Choreographer)|
|Erfei Zhao (Choreographer)|
|Elynna Bandi Youm|
|Jen X. Chen|
|Maxwell Wang (Choreographer)|
|Edward Xie (Choreographer)|
|Darron Su (Choreographer)|
|Christopher Cahoon (Choreographer)|
|Helen Li (Choreographer)|
|Michael Chang (Sophomore)|
|Jen X Chen (Choreographer)|
|Sarah Lin (Choreographer)|
|Iris Kuo (Choreographer)|
|Melissa Wong (Choreographer)|
|Yi Min Hou|
|Sarah Jeu (Choreographer)|
|Kevin Huang (Choreographer)|
|Justin Sanghyun Bae (Choreographer)|
|Mike Sanghyun Park|
|SungSik Sam Zhu|
|Kenyah Calhoun (Choreographer)|
|Christine Weinan Zhao|
|Nancy Fang (Choreographer)|
|Christina Gu (Choreographer)|
|Kara Wen (Choreographer)|
|Cal Hsiao (Skit Director)|
|Vincent Truong (Skit Director)|
|Wa Minority Dance|
|Katherine Yan (Choreographer)|
|Helen Li (Freshman)|
|Ricardo Solis (Lighting Director)|
|Maomao Lai (Stage Manager)|
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