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[updated 3/24/13]

Karaoke Klash (K^2-Melody KTV)

Friday, 4/5/13
8:00-9:30 PM
Lerner Satow Room, 5th floor

Karaoke Klash is coming to Columbia! Come and compete in this exciting event for prizes and glory!

First Prize: $100
Second Prize: $75
Third Prize: $50

Karaoke Klash is a unique showcase of diverse talent where EVERYONE is welcome to participate. In addition to representatives from every major cultural club on campus, undergrad and graduate students alike are welcome to join. Singing acts are open to soloists and duets as they will be judged by professional judges in a American Idol-like showdown. Live out your dreams of stardom as your friends and fellow Columbians cheer you on in this wild and exciting competition. There will be 2 rounds, and the top 3 finishers will receive awesome prizes! We encourage participants to sing along to popular Chinese music. This IS a cultural event. We hope to see you there.

Will you be Columbia's next pop idol? Sign up now!

For more information visit the Facebook event page.



All You Can Eat and Sing!

Friday, 11/30/12
7:30-11:30 PM
Lerner 555

Come join the members of Sounds of China in a casual karaoke event! We will be serving buffet style Chinese food to fuel you through a night of karaoke and FUN! This karaoke event will be a non-competitive affair and no prizes will be offered. Bring your friends and come hang out with Sounds of China for a night of Chinese food and karaoke!



Station Updates

Our weekly radio show has a new timeslot! Tune into to WKCR 89.9FM NY or listen live every Saturday, from 6am to 8am EST!Weekly playlists will be uploaded online, under Program Archives on the left. As always, feel free to send any questions or comments to soc@columbia.edu!








Introduction

We're about Chinese Culture and media...

We provide a resource for all to pursue interests in the Chinese language and culture beyond the boundaries of Columbia. Our weekly Cantonese and Mandarin radio programs on 89.9FM reach a wide off-campus audience in the tri-state area. We also provide workshops, monthly movie screenings, and field trips that run throughout the school year. Some of our annual event-highlights include Karaoke Klash (formerly DDKN), Mahjong Madness, and radio drama productions.

Students who are active in extra-curricular activities and student organizations often build and develop leadership skills that they can use for the rest of their lives. Many people who are now working at executive level positions in large corporations were active around their university campuses. Sounds of China at Columbia University is a radio show that features a diverse showcase of talent. Many professionals that are now working in the radio or podcast industry usually started with a radio show in college. Sometimes, this is in conjunction with an apprenticeship in a recording studio while studying audio engineering and taking online courses and lessions!

Come join us! We look forward to an exciting school year.

Students who are attending university full time might have a hard time finding opportunities to get work experience before graduation. If you talk to recent graduates who have entered the workforce, it is very likely they will tell you that having work experience helps to stand out against other applicants. Try and get work experience in a field you might want to work in; if you are interested in journalism, maybe help with a newspaper in writing a eulogy or a report on a local new story.

Sounds of China is recognized by both Columbia (SDA) -- Student Development and Activities on the 5th floor of Lerner -- as well as by Barnard (SGA) -- Student Government and Activities on the ground floor of MacIntosh. All SOC expenditures from Columbia funding have been pre-approved by the ABC board (Activities Board of Columbia).

Read our constitution.

Sounds of China also has a club mailbox at:
    2920 Broadway
    Mailcode 2612
    New York, NY 10027



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