Ink Magazine ed. 1 now accessible through UF library website!

27 08 2009

Wow wow wow!

Check this out–

So if you’re ever unable to find a copy of Ink Magazine, edition 1, just find it online at the UF Digital Collections website!



Update #1: August 24th

24 08 2009

Hey guys! School has officially started– so let the craziness begin!


Asian American Student Assembly (AASA)- August 28th, 7pm

  • What is it?
  • AASA is the biggest showcase the Asian American Student Union puts on each year and has been a tradition for seven years.  This year’s show will be hosted in the Reitz Grand Ballroom on August 28th. Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:00.
  • The Assembly is a good opportunity for the incoming freshman and current members to get acquainted with the opportunities offered by the Asian-American community at UF. The show will feature various performances, including dances, skits, and videos, by the many Asian-interest organizations on campus.

Ink Magazine will be tabling before the show, so come and visit our booth and meet the board! We would love to get to know our readers!

What’s up at UF

Are you a UF student? Like learning languages? Know a little Vietnamese?

Take VTN2220: Intermediate Vietnamese! 4 credits. M-R 6.
And if you’re interested in VTN1130: Beginning Vietnamese, email Professor Andrea Pham at

Register for SERCAAL!- October 9th-10th

  • Southeast Regional Conference of Asian American Leaders
  • SERCAAL is a non-profit student led conference that was developed and established for students in the southeast region of the US. SERCAAL strives to address issues and topics specific to APA students in the southeast, as well as stimulate dialogue about these issues. This conference also aspires to create a network among members of the next generation of aware and active leaders, and hopes to attract the attendance of students from all backgrounds. SERCAAL has been held at the University of Florida for several years. This year’s conference will present itself on October 9th-10th at the University of Florida.
  • Early Registration ends August 31st, Early Registration fee $45
  • Regular Registration ends September 25th, Regular Registration fee $55


2010 Census

First Chinese-American Woman Enters Congress- July 22nd

  • “California Democrat Judy Chu last week became the first Chinese-American woman to enter Congress. Chu, 56, was sworn in Thursday and represents the 32nd Congressional District of California. In a special election to fill the congressional seat vacated by Labor Secretary Labor Hilda Solis, Chu won with nearly 62 percent of the vote. The newly-minted Congresswoman talks about her journey from school board member to Capitol Hill and winning a district of majority Hispanic voters.” –NPR
  • Listen to her interview:

California Apologizes to Chinese Americans- July 22nd

  • “On July 17, the California legislature quietly approved a landmark bill to apologize to the state’s Chinese-American community for racist laws enacted as far back as the mid–19th century Gold Rush, which attracted about 25,000 Chinese from 1849 to 1852. The laws, some of which were not repealed until the 1940s, barred Chinese from owning land or property, marrying whites, working in the public sector and testifying against whites in court. The new bill also recognizes the contributions Chinese immigrants have made to the state, particularly their work on the Transcontinental Railroad.” – Time Magazine
  • Read more here!:


Drama Fever, streams legally licensed Korean, Chinese, & Japanese Dramas:

Hyphen Magazine, Asian American magazine based in San Francisco:

Wong Fu Productions, watch videos ft. popular Asian American artists:

Angry Asian Man, read up on Asian American pop culture: