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posted May 20, 2013, 7:55 AM by Yongli Wang   [ updated May 20, 2013, 8:56 AM ]

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YOCA Happy Hour - The Gatsby Night at the Pump Room


On 5/30, Thursday, please join YOCA as we kick off a night of fun and classiness at the Pump Room in Chicago’s Gold Coast area. From 6 – 8pm, we will be hosting an happy hour event for all the young Chinese professionals / students in the Greater Chicago Area. 

Come experience the interior elegance of the Pump Room while enjoy the comfortable sofas and relaxing lighting of the Room’s library lounge. Filled with intriguing stories and like-minded people, this will be the best event to catch up on old memories and discover new surprises.

To make the night more interesting, we will be adding some “Great Gatsby” flavor to make your encounters more memorable. To get more details about the “Gatsby” flavor, be sure to sign up before the event through the link below.

To sign up for the event, please register to through the link below:

Further event summary:

Venue address:

The Pump Room

1301 N State Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60610


5/30/2013, Thursday, 6 - 8pm


Free ticket in advance by Thursday, May 30th, $5 afterwards and at the door

Get your free ticket now:

Getting there:

Gold Coast: 5 minutes walk from Red line Clark/Division stop

#22 and #36 CTA buses; limited street parking.

Dress Code:

smart casual or business classy


Hope to see you all there!

YOCA (Young Overseas Chinese Association)


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                                                                                                                      About YOCA:

Young Overseas Chinese Association

Together, We make a difference

The Young Overseas Chinese Association (YOCA) is founded in 2013 with the objective of serving and representing the interests of young overseas / immigrant Chinese professionals, particularly in the Greater Chicago Area. The mission of YOCA is to present and assist internationally trained professionals in gaining recognition, cultural integration, career advancement and civic engagement in the United State through quality programs and services.

The fields of expertise of YOCA members cover a wide range of professions. Based on their academic backgrounds, members are divided into seven major divisions, which are: Arts, Business, Engineering, Finance and Investment, Information Technology, Medicine and Pharmacy, and Science. Composition of the YOCA membership includes an exclusive group of professionals with post-graduate degrees from North American universities to a more diverse group with more and more new immigrants from China.g