May 2014

Michigan Pan-Asia Alumni Gathering

Nov 2013

Football Rivalry Day with MSU HKSA

Game Night with TWSA

Celebrasia 2013

Oct 2013

Halloween Haunted House 2013

Sep 2013

Executive Board Election 2013

Jul 2013

New Student Reception 2013

Jan 2013

Welcoming Dinner Winter 2013

Dec 2012

Hotpot Night

Nov 2012

Skate Night

Celebrasia 2012

Oct 2012

Halloween Haunted House

July 2012

Hong Kong New Student Reception

May 2012

U-M Alumni Gathering

Jan 2012

Chinese New Year's Eve Dinner 2012

Jul 2011

New Student Reception 2011

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16th Nov 2013

Celebrasia 2013

Celebrasia 2013 by CSA
Date: November 16, 2013 
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Venue: Math Atrium, East Hall

8th Nov 2013

HKSA X TWSA Game Night

HKSA X TWSA Game Night
Date: November 8, 2013 
Time: 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Venue: Hendersen Room, Michigan League
Tired of playing cards with your roommates? Come and join us for tons of fun with Mahjong, Texas Hold'em and Blackjack!

2nd Nov 2013


Michigan Vs Michigan State Football Game Day
Date: November 2, 2013 
Time: 1:00 - 9:00 pm
Venue: East Lansing, Michigan
Join us with the MSU HKSA to witness the downfall of the MSU Spartans! (Well, though MSU HKSA will not like this)

26th Oct 2013

Halloween Haunted House 2013 feat. Dream Corps & CUSA

Halloween Haunted House 2013
Date: October 26, 2013 
Time: 7:30 - 11:00 pm
Venue: Trotter Multicultural Center
Co-hosts: Dream Corps & CUSA
DRESS UP NICER (or SCARIER) because we have a photo booth and costume competition on the 1st floor!

29th Sept 2013

HKSA 2013-2014 Executive Board Election

Date: September 29, 2013 
We are glad to welcome our new elected executive board to continue the tradition of HKSA!
President: Aaron Lo
Vice President in Operations: Bill Chan
Vice President in External Affairs: Vivien Yip
Communications Director: Jennifer Chow
Information Technology Director: Jason Leung
Publications Director: Wendy Ku
Activities Director: Winnie Chui
Secretary: Fiona Ma
Treasurer: Rosa Ng

18th Jan 2013

Welcoming Dinner

W E L C O M I N G   D I N N E R
Date: Friday, January 18, 2012 
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm 
Venue: Psych Atrium, East Hall 3/F 
Admission: FREE for members who get their new membership card + t-shirt for $10 on Friday; $5 for the rest
Other: Games? Ice-breaking? Let us know if you want to have some extra FUN!

8th Dec 2012

Hotpot Night

H O T P O T   N I G H T
Date: Saturday, December 8, 2012
Time: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Venue: Psych Atrium, East Hall (T.B.C.)
Admission: $5 for members; $10 for non-members
Note: This will also serve as the farewell party for our friends graduating in the coming December! Please email/ contact any of our board members if you are one of graduatesbecause we want to show extra love for you! For the others, PLEASE send in videos/ words if you have anything to say to them; we know you are too shy to say touching words in person and we got you covered. 

Hotpot is a bit of a generic name for East Asian varieties of stew. The meal usually starts off with a simmering metal pot of broth at the center of a dining table. The pot is at a simmering temperature while participants at the table add ingredients into the pot, cooking the stew freshly at the table. Typically, hot pot dishes will include slices of meat, vegetables, varieties of mushrooms, wontons, dumplings, seafood, and is usually accompanied with different dipping sauces. Hot pot meals are most popular during the winter months when the weather is cold, but you will also see hot pot meals in subtropic areas, such as Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam. The origins of the hot pot meal are a bit hard to distinguish, but it likely originated in Mongolia, where cold weather and meat dishes are plentiful. Historical evidence shows that hot pot was spread by the Chinese during the reign of the Tang Dynasty and further spread around Asia after the conquests of Kublai Khan and the Great Yuan Empire, also known as the Mongol Dynasty. Preparing a hot pot meal might not seem like it takes too long since there isn’t actually any cooking being done, but one might be surprised at how long it might take to prepare the food. The broth can consist of soup base with several different spices and starting ingredients. Then when you take into account all of the vegetables that you need to buy, the meat that needs to be bought, sliced and prepared and then the different sauces, the burners and the actual hot pot, there is so much that needs to be done.

17th Nov 2012

Celebrasia 2012

C E L E B R A S I A  2 0 1 2   R O Y A L   F O O D   C O U R T
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2012
Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Venue: East Hall Math Atrium
Admission: Free; 50¢/ food ticket
Co-Hosts: CSA, aKDPhi, AAA, AIV, CUSA, Dream Corps, FASA, JSA, Lambda, KSA, ΚΦΛ, PAPhi, TASA, TWSA, Thai Club, TSA, UAAO, VSA
Performances: K-Pop Dance Factory, Element 1, Revolution Chinese Yo-Yo, FASA Modern, rXn, Kopitonez, EnCore, funKtion

Other: There will be games, raffles, prizes, and food! Prepare a big tummy for the yummy.

We serve awesome food such as Curry Fishball(咖哩魚蛋), Sweet Osmanthus Jelly(桂花糕), and Coconut Tapioca Dessert (椰汁西米露).

3rd Nov 2012

Skate Night

S K A T E   N I G H T
Date: Saturday, November 3, 2012
Time: 10:00pm - 11:50pm
Venue: Yost Ice Arena
Admission: Free; $3 Rentals
Co-Hosts: TASA, VSA, AAA, TWSA, CSA, JSA, AIV, Lambda, and aKDPhi
Other: There will be freshly baked bite-size brownies and cookies (for chocolate haters like myself) to keep you happy like a classy fat kid.
competition on the 1st floor!

27th Oct 2012

Halloween Haunted House

Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012
Time: 7:30 - 11:00pm
Venue: Trotter Multicultural Center
Admission: $5 for members / $6 for non-members
Co-Hosts: TWSA and CUSA
Other: Look EVEN BETTER (or grosser) because we have a professional photo booth and costume competition on the 1st floor!

29th July 2012

Hong Kong Student New Student Reception 2012

Hong Kong Student New Student Reception 2012

Date: 29th July 2012
Location: Shanghai Fraternity Club, 3/F, South China Building, 1-3 Wyndham Street, Central
Admission Fee: HKD60 (new student) / HKD100 (parent)

Hi! Hope everyone's having a great summer!
HKSA will be hosting a student reception to provide incoming students an introduction to
the student life at Umich and to answer any questions they have about the university or
prospective majors.

You are all cordially invited to the New student reception of 2012. Please see the details below:

3:00 - 3:30 Registration
3:30 - 3:40 Introduction Video & Elliott??s Welcoming Speech
3:40 - 4:10 Guest Speaker's Speech
4:10 - 4:20 Q&A session for first Guest Speaker
4:20 - 4:40 Intermission - food will be served
4:40 - 4:50 Powerpoint presentation about the University
4:50 - 5:00 Q&A session about the University (10min)
5:00 - 6:00 Q&A session for specific colleges (guests will be split according to
                  the colleges they are enrolled to or plan to enroll to)
6:00 End of Program

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Hope to see you all there! Go Blue!

29th May 2012

U-M Alumni Gathering

U-M Alumni Gathering

Date: 29th May 2012
Location: Hong Kong Jockey Club, M/5F Happy Valley Stand
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30pm

The University of Michigan invites you to a special Michigan event with:

Phillip J. Hanlon, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Steve Grafton, Alumni Association President
Featuring a panel discussion on U.S.-China relations with Q&A from the audience moderated by Phoenix TV host Sheng-Yang Chiang, ('99 BA Communication Studies):
Kenneth Lieberthal, Senior Fellow and Director of the John L. Thornton
China Center for the The Brookings Institution
Susan M. Collins, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Dean
Mary Gallagher, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Chinese Studies
Damien Ma, '07 AM Asia-China, The Atlantic writer and Eurasia Group China analyst

Note: This panel will be filmed for broadcast on Phoenix TV -- please try to arrive prior to start of filming at 7:30 p.m. to minimize disruptions.

Tuesday, May 29
Registration -- 6:30-7:15 p.m.
Program begins -- 7:15 p.m.
Panel -- 7:30-8:15 p.m.
Reception -- 8:15-9:30 p.m.

Invited Guests:
U-M alumni, current and newly admitted students and their parents
Current and former visiting scholars Friends of U-M

R.S.V.P by May 25.
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17th January 2012

Chinese New Year's Eve Dinner 2012

Its time for our Annual Chinese New Year Dinner where we come together and celebrate the beginning of the Dragon Year on Chinese New Year's eve !!

Date: 22nd January 2012
Location: Trotter Multicultural Center, Ann Arbor, MI
Time: 8pm - 10pm

The Entry Fee would be: $8 for members, $10 for non-members

In addition to the delicious Chinese food, there will be:
**Lucky Draw/Lottery**
you guys will get the chance to win:
-an ipod shuffle
-TWO $10 starbucks gift card
-or Chinese candies

**Game Sessions**
-World Marathon
-'Spicy Sushi'
-Number Game
Prizes include: a FREE pass for Ski trip / FREE entry to Game night

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31st July 2011

New Student Reception 2011

With the kind assistance of the Alumni Association, HKSA hosted the New Student Reception in Hong Kong to welcome new students and provide them with guidance and information about the University of Michigan.

Date: 31st July 2011
Location: Shanghai Fraternity, Wyndham Street, Central
Time: 3pm - 5pm

Our guest speakers were alumni Edward Man and Marc Rodriguez. We thank them for their time and support, and the insightful speeches they gave to the audience.

Thank you for all those who came. The event was a great success!

31st March 2011

Chinese New Year's Eve Dinner

Members of HKSA enjoyed a night of games including mahjong, monopoly, and big two!

See you next time!
22nd January 2011

Chinese New Year's Eve Dinner

Join the UM HKSA on January 28th, Friday, for our early Chinese New Year's Eve dinner!

Date: January 28th, Friday
Time: 6pm
Location: East Hall Psych Atrium

There will be a variety of Chinese food served buffet style--don't want to miss out on that!

Members: $5
Non-members: $7

Hope you'll join us!

10th January 2011

Winning Eleven + Mahjong Night

Hong Kong style mahjong has long been a favorite pastime of many Hong Kong people, so on January 8th, HKSA decided to host a mahjong night for all those who are interested in this style of mahjong! In addition to mahjong, we also set up a TV for those who want to play Winning Eleven. The competition was intense on all fronts and overall it was an amazing night! Below is a photo from the night:

Thank you for joining us!
6th December 2010

Hotpot + K-night

We all know of the cold winters of Michigan, which is why HKSA hosted the second Hotpot + K-night of 2010 on 12/4. The turnout was great; HKSA would like to thank all attendees who joined us for hotpot, but especially those who came out and sang! Two attendees won $10 Kroger gift cards for being voted as the best male and female singer of the night!

Thank you for joining us!
14th November 2010

Celebrasia 2010

HKSA attended Celebrasia 2010 on 11/13, and it was a great success. All dimsum and drinks were sold out at the venue. Below are some images of the board from the night.

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