When: 1:00-7:00pm on July 27, 2019 Doors open at 12:30pm. Seating is first come, first served for main stage events and workshops! Where: Student Services Building Addition (SSA) at the University of Texas at Dallas (800 Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080)
UTD Parking Map: Park in only Lot J or PS4 in the orange, gold, or green spaces UTD Parking Pass: Print and put on car’s dash board
Schedule for Main Stage (as of July 21, subject to change)
1:00-1:15 Christine Su Music 1:30-1:40 Partner & Sponsor Recognition 1:45-2:15 Inga Lam 2:25-2:55 Steven Lim 3:05-3:20 Simu Liu 3:30-4:10 Wong Fu Productions 4:20-4:50 Ludi Lin 5:00-5:45 Q&A 6:00-7:00 Meet & Greet (only for VIP Pass holders)
Schedule for Workshops (as of July 21, subject to change) All workshops will be on the 4th floor of SSA
SSA 14.244 1:15-2:15 Thomas Yu Chinese Calligraphy 2:45-3:30 Christine Su Music
SSA 14.245 1:45-3:15 Samson Hong Urban Dance/Choreography
SSA 14.265 1:15-2:15 Daniel Choi Breakdancing 2:30-3:30 Daniel Choi Breakdancing
Date: 7/14/2019 Sunday 2:00pm
Location: Dallas Chinese Community Center, 400 N. Greenville Ave. #12, Richardson, TX 75081
Breast cancer is the most common cancer type among women in the United States and the world. Worldwide, cervical cancer is the 4th most-common cancer and the most-common cause of death from cancer among women. It is very important for us to know more about these two cancers as well as ways of early prevention.
DCCC and AACCS have invited Dr. Wenliang Shi, a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, to give a lecture on breast cancer and cervical cancer. He received his MD degree in Medicine and also completed his MD training in OBGYN. He has had over 20 years of clinical and research experiences, and is one of the leading authorities in Asian communities on women’s health.
We will also provide information and sign-up opportunity on free Mammograms supported by Asian Breast Health Outreach as well as financial assistance for Pap smear to low-income uninsured Asian American women. Please join us!
*This seminar is supported by the grant from the Light and Salt Association and the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)