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Southeast Asia Language and Literature
Cultural Festival 2011


SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES
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Hosted by the
Southeast Asian Language
and Literature Faculty

and the
Alliance for Southeast Asian Students
at Yale (ALSEAS
)


Saturday February 26
Luce Hall Common Room

6.00 - 8.00 P.M.


PROGRAM

WELCOME
Bonjour Vietnam (Hong Tran and Vi Tran)

ENGGAR-ENGGAR DANCE

Originated in Central Java, Indonesia. A romantic dance of a male character named Panji Asmoro Bangun and a female character named Sekartsji. the dance is set right before Panji Asmoro Bangun leaves Sekartaji to fight in an occurring war. Sekartaji appears to hold Panji back several times within the dance, trying to convince him not to go to the battlefield. However, knowing that Panji insists on going, Sekartaji finally has to give up while watching Panji leave for the battle.
Dancers: Elena Anello and Sandy Yudhistira, Wesleyan University

INDONESIAN COMMUNITY OF CONNECTICUT
Gebyar-Gebyar (Youth Group)
Indonesian Fold Song (Medley: Yamko Rambe Yamko (Papua), Si Patokaan (North Sulawesi), Waktu Hujan Sore-Sore (Moluccas), Kambanglah Bungo (West Sumatra), Rambadia (North Sumatra), Indonesia Jaya.
Keyboardist & Song Leader, Hanny Pongoh and Debby Pongoh

DANCE (ViSA - VIETNAMESE STUDENT ASSOCIATION at YALE
Dancers: Vy Tran and Elaine Phuong Nguyen

KAREN COMMUNITY OF CONNECTICUT
Paw Lu Lu,
Karen folk song
I Lift My Eyes on the Mountain (solo by Say Moo)
Karen National (choir)
Introduced by Mr. Kpaw Htoo
Keyboardist: Elizabeth Htoo

DANCE (KASAMA - The Fillipino Club at Yale)
Dancers: Nick Defiesta. Yohanna Pepa, Chris Marnell, Karen Lazcano

THAP TU QUYEN (10 Offensive and Defensive Moves)
VO VI NAM (Vietnamese Marital Arts)

Professor Hoang Ngoc Hung (Hung Hoang), Da Nang University, Vietnam

KAULAH SEGALANYA (Say You'll Always Be Mine)
Solo: Debby Pongoh, Keyboard by Hanny Pongoh

CLOSING

EMCE: Kaozouapa Elizabeth Lee
and Napon Chirathivat (Pon), ALSEAS