On Feb. 12, Dr. Sunita Mukhi learned that her position as director of programs for the Charles B. Wang Center would be dissolved. Sixteen days later, on the last day[...]
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Michael Gerard “Mike” Tyson, former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, said in his documentary Tyson shown on April 16 in the Wang Center that he “never backs down from a fight.”[...]
Performing comedy is hard enough when you speak the same language as your audience. The Yamamoto family’s success with their Wang Center performance of kyogen plays—stories taken nearly seven thousand miles and seven hundred years from their origin—was an impressive feat.
When Jacqueline Newman was engaged, she was given her very first Chinese cookbook as a gift. Fifty-four years later, Newman has compiled the World’s largest English-language Chinese cookbook collection, continuing over 3,000 books.
Kristina Wong wants to make you uncomfortable. After all, it’s when we’re uncomfortable that we really start thinking. It was with this in mind that she brought her one-woman show, “Wong Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest,” to Stony Brook’s Wang Center on April 10.
Ever since the Charles B. Wang Center was officially opened in 2002, many have anticipated the opening of the gift shop across from the popular Asian restaurant, Jasmine. Well, finally, on April 1, 2008, the Wang Center’s gift shop was opened. At first, it seemed like an elaborate April Fool’s joke played by the ol’ rascals in Administration.