CSA Night Market

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Thursday, November 9 – Over two hundred Oxford students gathered in the old Dining Hall tonight for a the Chinese Student Association’s annual Night Market.

The event featured around thirty minutes of performances from guest singers to school dance organizations, along with  interactive games coordinated with the audience. Four cafeteria stations worth of food was also being distributed to attendees during the performances.

The meaning behind the event was to break the stereotypes held against international students and describe how they are more complex than they are made out to be.

President of CSA Yinzhi Zhuge said that the main objective of the market “is to connect the international students with the domestic.”

Though the event spanned from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., CSA paired up with Ox Grill for a %50-off chicken wings afterparty for all Oxford students to attend. 

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