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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Organization Spotlight » Asian Olympics: Dai Hoi The Thao

Asian Olympics: Dai Hoi The Thao

Asian Olympics, also known as Dai Hoi The Thao, is an annual event hosted by the Vietnamese Student Associations of three schools: UT-Austin, UT-Arlington, and Texas A&M. This year, the event will be hosted by UT’s Vietnamese Student Association on Friday, March 12 through Sunday, March 14.

The three-day event is one of the biggest Asian American sporting events in the state of Texas, consisting of the sports: basketball, tennis, football, and volleyball. With around 1,500 participants, spectators, and volunteers, Asian Olympics expects attendees from various schools around Texas as well as out-of-state. All sporting events will take place on UT campus in the Whitaker Fields, Gregory Gym, and Recreational Center.

Ronnie Huynh, UT VSA’s Dai Hoi The Thao Chair, hopes this event will promote health awareness amongst Asians in Texas and around the country. His vision for this event is to “unite a community that works hard” and “instillĀ  a sense of camaraderie in teammates and friends.” Texas Exes Asian alumni are known for attending this event. Matthew Doan, a men’s flag football participant, feels Asian Olympics is a “great tradition that unites old buddies together.” In addition to UT students and alumni, participating teams come from surrounding Texas universities as well as out-of-state universities. The biggest benefit of attending Asian Olympics for Daniel Huynh, a VSA student from Oklahoma University, is meeting “all types of Asians all around the country [who] represent where they are from and have fun at the same time.” Many participants, including Daniel, hope to gain experience from the competition in their sporting events and continue to grow their social network.

Volunteers are still needed for the day of. Volunteers will receive food as well as a free t-shirt. For more information, visit the website at or contact Ronnie Huynh at

Written by Jennifer Wang

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