The Wind of Colorful Guizhou 多彩贵州风
- Gather the most excellent folk culture and the most talented art people,
specifically the Buyi, Yi, Shui, Gelao, and Yao minorities in the show.

Chinese School students : Contact Principal, Ms. Irene Sy, for discounted tickets.
Free video screening of Qiu Jin 秋瑾, “Autumn Gem”, September 24, 2011 (Saturday)
- A documentary on China’s first feminist revolutionist.
Meet the film maker Ms. Rae Chang & Mr. Adam Tow, and have a Q & A session after screening.

Venue : California Lutheran University - Preus-Brandt Forum buidling; =====> 60 West Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-2787
Time : 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Organized by : Ventura County Chinese American Association, Ventura Chinese Language School and the California Lutheran University.

To find out more about the video, please visit:
An Evening of Chinese Music and Dance
Friday, April, 8 pm; Music Performance/MCC Theater - UCSB Multi cultural Center
Experience the stirring melodies of the unique sound of Chinese ancient instruments like the erhu, pipa, dizi, and yangqin and the colorful and elegant Chinese folk dance that spans China's vast regions and ethnic groups. Co-sponsored by PIRE-ECCI (The Partnership in International Research and Education in Electron Chemistry and Catalysis at Interfaces). Tickets $5 UCSB students/$15 general. Contact the A.S Ticket Office at 805-893-2064. Limited seating.
Family Festival on March 19, 2011 (Saturday) at the Getty Museum
(Click on the above link for more information)
A day of celebration and discovery inspired by exhibitions at the Getty Center.
Each unique festival features performances by local dance and music groups, storytelling, art-making workshops, and gallery activities.
Includes Chinese Calligraphy demonstrations and workshop, Beijing Opera, Beijing Opera make-up demonstration, the Shaolin Warriors and Chinatown Acrobats, Taiko Drum and more.