MC: Mr. Sovandy Hang & Miss Amanda Yean
The Year of the Rat
Legend has it that in ancient times, Buddha asked all the animals to meet him during New Year. Twelve came, and Buddha named a year after each one. He announced that the people born in each animal's year would have some of that animal's personality. Those born in rat years tend to be leaders, pioneers, and conquerors. They are charming, passionate, charismatic, practical and hardworking.
Cambodian New Year: Only moments away!
Cambodian New year is about a month and half away. Our committee is still hard at work in planning the details of the New Year celebration. We are excited and look forward to the New Year’s cultural dance, fashion show and social dance. We are also pleased to announce our Masters of Ceremony (MC’s), Mr. Sovandy Hang and Miss Amanda Yean.
Mr. Sovandy Hang is very active in the Cambodian community. Aside from being a part of Cambodian New Year’s planning for several years, he was formally part of the Cambodian Literacy School of San Jose. Mr. Hang, currently resides in Oakland, Ca and is an active participant in the Cambodian community there.
Miss Amanda Yean also plays an active part in her community. Being the daughter of Mrs. Chamroeun Yean, whom is a member of our New Year committee, Amanda is dedicated in preserving the Cambodian culture. For many years, starting as a child, Amanda performs cultural dances with the Cambodian Dance Troupe of San Jose.
Committee Meeting: Friday, February 29, 2008
To learn more about our planning and preparation, we welcome you to attend the Cambodian New Year Committee meeting this upcoming Friday on February 29, 2008 at The Asian Pacific Family Resource Center (APFC) located on 625 Wool Creek Dr. Suite F, San Jose, Ca 95112 (Room #1). The meeting will begin at 6:30pm –8:00pm.
As always, especially during our last few meetings, your input, opinions, and comments, are essential to the success of our event. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Chanthoeun To & Kara Uy