The UF Associate Chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Sorority Inc. and the Chinese American Student Association present our 2nd annual Night Markets of Asia!
Date: April 4th, 2015
Location: The Polo’s Clubhouse
Night Markets of Asia aims to bring attention to lesser known Southeast Asian countries by educating the audience through interactive games as well as DELICIOUS food samples. Not enough to convince you?!
**** The FIRST 100 guests will receive a FREE BOBA DRINK of their choice from Bentos Cafe! Flavors include Mango, Strawberry, Taro and Thai Tea!*****
There will be several performances throughout the night and even a raffle going on! Don’t miss out on this one of a kind night! Check out the list of countries (as well as the menu) below!!
Maldives – Kulkuhu Riha Curry
Nepal – Nepali Dumplings
Oman – Chicken Kabuli Rice
Thailand – Chicken Satay
Malaysia – Lemongrass Rice
Quatar – Tabbouleh
Taiwan – Turnip Omelette
Hong Kong – Egg Waffle
Indonesia – Nutella Martabak
Sri Lanka – Watalappam
We’re even bringing the authentically CHEAP Asian Night Market prices to you!
One plate for $6
Two plates for $10
Sampler plate of dishes from all countries: $9!!
One plate includes one entree choice, 2 sides, and one dessert!
WOW that’s a deal!
We will also have fun free activities for you to enjoy.
Enter to win some amazing prizes donated from businesses around Gainesville! Tickets are $0.50 for 1 ticket and $1.00 for 3 tickets!
Night Markets of Asia will also be promoting these philanthropies: The China California Heart Watch and The Grace Children’s Foundation .
The China California Heart Watch brings together experts from the United States, China, and around the world. Together, they use innovative and sustainable methods to combat the growing epidemic of heart disease in Yunnan Province, China. Some of their services include: training local healthcare professionals in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease; improving access to high-quality healthcare and life-saving treatments; Researching the epidemiology of heart disease, the effectiveness of our interventions, and other topics of critical value to rural Chinese populations.
The Grace Children’s Foundation goes to support orphaned and disabled children in China. “TGCF has established a systematic approach to healing and learning through its medical, education and humanitarian aid programs and TGCF’s Children’s Resource Exchange Center, an innovative, coordinating mechanism that delivers vital resources and systems the children can rely on as they face the challenges of entering their own society. “
All proceeds from the raffle will go towards these philanthropy so make sure to participate! Win great prizes and be a part of amazing causes!
The Chinese American Student Association (CASA) is a “for student” and “by student” organization. The Chinese American organization strives to promote the Chinese and Chinese American heritage at the University of Florida campus and in the Gainesville community through social and community events. Members of CASA are comprised of Chinese and American students on campus united to show the appreciation of the Chinese culture–both of the old traditions and contemporary ideas, and of the Chinese American influence.
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US:
alpha Kappa Delta Phi is currently the largest, fastest-growing and ONLY INTERNATIONAL Asian-Interest sorority in the nation. Established at the University of California, Berkeley in 1990, we have since then grown into 48 chapters internationally with more than 5,000 sisters coast to coast, creating an experience of sisterhood you won’t find anywhere else!
The purpose of aKDPhi is to promote sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and Asian awareness in the University and community. We dedicate our time to worthy causes such as our national philanthropy — Breast Cancer Awareness. We serve not only for the betterment of ourselves, but seek to contribute to the community as a whole. Academic achievements are one of the most important goals of the sorority and the sisters constantly motivate one another. The ladies of aKDPhi work hard to improve ourselves and our society while strengthening the bonds of sisterhood that exist between each of us.