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An NMC Global Opportunity logoWindow on the World

A week of international events: April 14–19

Date

Event

Region

Time

Place

Cost

Sunday, April 13

Sounds from Afar – WNMC
NMC international students share music and anecdotes from their home countries.

World

6–8 p.m.

90.7 FM
www.wnmc.org

Free

Monday, April 14

"The Complex Realities of Chinese, Japanese and U.S. Relations"
Michigan Global Awareness Consortium presentation

China & Japan

6 p.m.

Scholars Hall, room 109

Free

Monday–Wednesday, April 14–16

A Taste of the World
International menu in NMC cafeteria

M – Japan
T – India
W – Latin America

11 a.m.–2 p.m.

Evergreen café, West Hall

Varied

Tuesday, April 15

Study Abroad poster session - POSTPONED until fall

Chinese film series screening, "The Last Emperor"

China

6 p.m.

State Theatre

Regular movie admission

Wednesday, April 16

Passport Student Lecture Series with Diago Jacho

Ecuador

12:15 p.m.

Founders Hall

Free

International Dinner, sponsored by NMC International Club

World

6 p.m.

Hagerty Center

$35 public, $25 student

Thursday, April 17

International Affairs Forum Lecture: "Nationalist Passions in the East and Southeast China Seas" with speaker Dr. John Ciorciari

Southeast Asia

6 p.m.

Dennos

Free to students and educators, $10 others

Saturday, April 19

The Mystical Arts of Tibet

Tibet

8 p.m.

Dennos

Free for NMC students; $22-$28 others

Window on the World is sponsored by NMC Outreach Services, Dennos Museum, NMC International Club, International Affairs Forum, WNMC, State Theatre, Michigan Global Awareness Consortium and Sodexo.

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