Ever wanted to taste some Indian coconut milk? How about trying on some handmade Chinese jewelry?

Ever wanted to taste some Indian coconut milk? How about trying on some handmade Chinese jewelry?
Pittsburg residents will get the chance to eat and shop their way around the world in one evening when the International Student Association at Pittsburg State University presents their annual Food and Culture Fair from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Memorial Auditorium.
Representatives from China, Paraguay, Saudi Arabia, India, Korea, Malaysia and more will be on hand to present samples from their native cuisines as well as cultural performances such as music and dance routines.
Admission to the Food and Culture Fair is $1 for the general public and free for PSU students and children under 12. Tickets, which can be redeemed for food and craft items, will be sold inside.
The ISA holds the event every spring. The fair used to be held at a local church, but its popularity grew so much that it moved last year to the larger space offered by Memorial Auditorium, located at 503 North Pine in Pittsburg.
Organizers of last year’s Food and Culture Fair said more than 500 people attended.
Free transportation from the PSU campus to Memorial Auditorium will be available on the day of the event. Those interested will meet at the glass point at the front of Overman Student Center.
For more information, persons may contact Jazmin Ramirez at jazminanahi@gmail.com, or 875-4792, or Cathy Lee Arcuino at carcuino@pittstate.edu, or 235-4680.