Monday, February 13, 2012

CUC Celebrates Multicultural Month

Dr. Don King
Special programming and food are highlighting our celebration of Multicultural Month.   Dr. Don King, President of the Atlantic Union Conference, spoke for vespers and Sabbath services the weekend of February 11.  A French Cafe in the basement of the Administration Building offered delicious food on Thursday and the Korean Club fed faculty, students, and staff some outstanding Kimchi, La Bok Gi, and Kim Bob on Friday in the Chan Shun Science Centre.  Later this month the Spanish Club and Filipino Club will share some of their dishes with the campus family.

Dr. Paul Ramalingam, professor of biology, and a group of students did much of the planning for this past weekend's events.  Assisting Dr. Ramalingam were Se Eun Lim, Liza Imanzi, Carvy Luceno, Gladvin Thyagaraj, Rosy Kim and Sally Kim.  "I owe these students a great deal of thanks," said Dr. Ramalingam.  

Sally Kim, Se Eun Lim, and Rosy Kim, serve kimchi and kim bob to a student who is already holding a bowl of la bok gi, a spicy Korean noodle dish. 
The scripture reading at 1st service was given by Se Eun Lim in Korean and Sidney Lakusta-Wong in English.
Having waited in a long line, Dr. Larry Her, in the red jacket, receives a serving of Korean sushi, called Kim Bob, while behind him Colin Hill (left) and Victor Halder wait for their serving of la bok gi.

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