Photo essay: ACC annual dinner benefits children in South Korea December 9, 2019 Photos by Trang Nguyen ’22, Special to The Denisonian Every year, the Asian Culture Club (ACC) hosts an annual dinner. This year, the food of choice was Korean. It was $8 per ticket at the event. All proceeds were collected for donations. At the end of the night, $1,166.17 was raised for Moseulpo Educational Center in Jeju Island, South Korea. The funds will help children from under-resourced environments such as multicultural backgrounds and single-parent households. Members of DKDG, Denison’s first-ever student K-Pop Dance Group, performed at the dinner. Jack Agrasuta ’19 decided to hold ACC’s first Thai Dinner with the help of other club members in 2016. The first Thai Dinner donated $500 to Banbuwittayasan school, located in a rural area of Buriram province, Thailand. In 2018, ACC hosted its second-ever Thai Dinner, raising $1,000 for the school’s scholarship fund as previously reported by The Denisonian. Want to know more about ACC? The club generally meets every Monday at 6:00 pm in Burton Morgan. Contact ACC President Tianyi Zhang ’20 at [email protected] Share this:TweetEmail Related Posts Tags:acc, Asian Culture Club, South Korea Related Posts Luke J Ahern Art Talk Disabled, queer femmes take on health justice at WGST panel Gospel Fest concert kicks off Culture Jam 2014 About The Author The Denisonian Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Add me to The Denisonian weekly update email! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.