S: Chinese Student Association Fall 2010
FC: Chinese Student Association Fall 2010
1: " We do not remember days; we remember moments ." -Cesare Pavese
2: CSA Officers | Adonia Tan President | Jeffrey Wang External VP | Christina Hoong Internal VP | Peter Zhang Treasurer | Adrian Tsang Productions Chair | Mia Zhang Publicity Chair | Jiazi Guo Productions Chair | Jing Xiong Secretary | Jay Qin Publicity Chair
3: Aurelian Chu Financial Chair | Kevin Zhang Financial Chair | Jimmy Li Webmaster | Iris Chang Intern | Andrew Zhai Intern | Gerry Zhang Intern | Jenny Chen Intern | Victoria Wang Intern | Jason Liu Judicial Chair | Ai-Li Shao Judicial Chair | Cindy Sun Judicial Chair | Tyler Liu Judicial Chair | Daniel Fetcho Intern
4: Fun in the Sun at Half Moon Bay! | sports, piggyback riding and sand structures galore!
5: ping pong... | photo finish to a great retreat! | no matter where we go, we'll always have time for ... | poker... | mahjong... | and working out?!?
6: Working hard to recruit new members at Calapalooza | Who can say no to McDonald's notebooks? | Yes, you get the booklet and the flyer if you sign up for our club.
7: Fun and Games the CSA Way! | Chinese Chess... Mafia... Poker... MahJong... Taboo...
8: K | C | O | N
10: Smile for the picture! | Best way to get to know people is through... | good food...
11: and a hike up to the Big ! | Light the way Ms. President! | Nighttime view of Berkeley from the Big C | C
12: EAU Night, a night of Asian culture | Who says you can't work and play at the same time? | Put a smile on for the customers | On the job frying some potstickers
13: Egg tarts, apple soda, potstickers... | Yumm!!!
14: we' don't play around in here | Humanoids, Terrans, Zergs... | Ok, I need to prepare my zerglings, build up my defenses...
15: Fundraising for CSA and showing our support for Cal | GO BEARS!!! | All in a day's work =)
16: To be giving and appreciative
17: All I want for Christmas is... | Something from my Secret Santa
18: "To look backward for a while is to refresh the eye, to restore it, and to render it the more fit for its prime function of moving forward." ~MargaretFairless Barber