Revelers gather at State Room for Silk Road Gala

Bill Brett for The Boston Globe

Audrey Paek (left), board chair for the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, and Laura Sen, CEO of BJ’s Wholesale Club, were among the 500-some revelers at the Silk Road Gala at the State Room on Friday night. The ATASK benefit featured cuisine by big Boston-area chefs such as Joanne Chang, Jamie Bissonnette, and Jody Adams, and was emceed by Broad Institute director Eric Lander and Jeannie Suk of Harvard Law School. In case you’re wondering, Paek found her traditional hanbok dress in Gwangju, South Korea.

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