Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Asian Pacific Heritage Awareness Brown Bag Lectures March 21-22 Invite Public to Learn About Acupuncture, Art

KINGSVILLE - March 14, 2007

Contact: Jason Marton
jason.marton@tamuk.edu or 361-593-4143

KINGSVILLE (March 14, 2007) — The ancient arts of acupuncture and gyotaku are addressed in the first two Brown Bag Lectures of Asian Pacific Heritage Awareness Month at Texas A&M University-Kingsville Wednesday and Thursday, March 21-22.

Master Choi comes to the A&M-Kingsville campus at noon on Wednesday, March 21, to answer questions and demonstrate acupuncture in the Blue Room of Fore Hall.

Then at noon on Thursday, March 22, acclaimed South Texas artist Dinah Bowman talks about the ancient Japanese art of fish rubbing, known as gyotaku, at the Ben Bailey Art Gallery.

Both of these Brown Bag Lectures are free and open to the public. Coffee and tea will be provided, and attendees may bring a lunch.

More information on these or any of the Asian Pacific Heritage Awareness events happening March 21-April 2 is available by calling 361-593-2993, 361-593-3057 or 361-593-3606, or online at http://www.tamuk.edu/news/2007/march/asian_pacific/.


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