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New York (PRWEB) April 29, 2012
The 17th annual China Nite was hosted by the Chinese Student Organization (CSO) successfully at Rutgers University last week. It is reported that China Nite is the biggest fashion show at Rugters as well as the longest running. According to Amy Bindra, one of the coordinators of this year, introduced, "The CSO was founded in 1976, one of the oldest student organizations here at Rutgers University.CSO has provided a community for the Chinese Americans at Rutgers to get together and share interests in the Chinese culture. And actually, the activity confirmed what I said, there were over 200 people involved at the actual show and more than 600 people attended the party at that night."
As the coordinators, Amy Bindra and Kimberly Quiambao, developed the sponsorship with OASAP Limited and promoted OASAP to make this sponsor. In order to get the models wear these fashion apparel on time, OASAP allocated and transported hundreds of the hottest products emergently from two warehouses in the United States and in the United Kingdom.
In the active site, OASAP announced good news for the audience, that is, OASAP released a 15% coupon code for all the present members. Everyone who uses this code will continue to get 15% off from her/his second order, to follow after the 20% discount for the new registered users on oasap.com.
"OASAP is willing to make whatever contribution to the promotion of US-Sino cultural communication. We would like to see Chinese students can be better integrated into the local culture in the United States, at least they can begin know it from the clothing. OASAP is an online fashion women store; its products have interpreted so well for the street fashion in the United States, and are convenient for these Chinese students to understand the fashion elements of street culture in the United States." Maria Shron, the Marketing Director of OASAP, said, "OASAP expects to collaborate with CSO again in the next year".