Aloha Chicago plans to bring the "magic of the Islands" to those in attendance at Eastern Illinois University's fifth annual Asian Heritage Month Reception on Sunday, March 28.
The group, recognized for its stellar performances by the Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC, ABC and others, will perform beautiful dances from Hawaii, exciting drum dances of Ori Tahiti, fascinating Maori dances of New Zealand, and breath-taking athletics from Samoa.
The event, planned as the kick-off to a month-long program of events to celebrate Asian and Asian-American heritage on the university campus, will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the MLK Jr. Union. Admission is free.
The Office of Minority Affairs, University Board and the Asian Heritage Month Committee are co-sponsors of the event.
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