Asian Heritage Street Celebration Archive

  • Jeremy Lin

    Amok again: Have a “Lin-sane” Street Fair!

    What, another year? Another heritage month? Why not let your friendly longtime amok columnist slice and dice things up for you nicely? This year we replaced poor Asian American YouTube hater, Alexandra Wallace, the blonde buxom bully of Asian Americans in the library, with basketball […]

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    SF Hosts Largest Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration Saturday, May 19 at Civic Center

    SAN FRANCISCO – The City is hosting the largest pan Asian street fair nationwide to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage month on Saturday, May 19th at San Francisco’s Civic Center. The 8th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration, produced by the AsianWeek Foundation, will feature a […]

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  • Vietnamese Ao Dai

    Cultural Procession Highlights Faces of Asia

    Colorful Asian ethnic attire will be paraded through the Asian Heritage Street Celebration as part of the Faces of Asia cultural procession at 11 a.m. “The cultural procession is an opportunity for people from different ethnic groups to come together to wear their cultural attire […]

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  • Martin Yan

    Martin Yan and Local Chefs Demonstrate Asian Cooking

    Martin Yan and Local Chefs Demonstrate Asian Cooking For the first time ever, the 8th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration is offering the public a chance to learn how to cook delicious Asian dishes at the festival’s cooking demonstration booth located at Ellis and Larkin […]

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  • MOSAIC Artist Preview Show

    MOSAIC: AHSC Artist Preview Show Set for April 20th

    The 8th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration is proud to bring back its Artist Preview Show to showcase a diverse group of Asian American talent. Held on Friday, April 20 at the illustrious 111 Minna Gallery, 111 Minna Street, from 6-9PM, MOSAIC promises to be […]

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  • 2011 AHSC School Awards Ceremony inside the Asian Art Museum. Photo by Frank Jang.

    Open Call for School Awards Nominations

    Do you know someone or a school who is committed to promoting cross cultural diversity? Think the community should be aware of their accomplishments while encouraging others to follow in their lead? We are currently looking for nominees for the Asian Heritage Street Celebration School […]

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    Origami Flowers Blossom As AHSC Poster Contest Winner

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (March 19,2012) – This year’s winning Asian Heritage Street Celebration poster design of vibrant origami flowers subtly shaped as an “8″ against a concrete city wall, captures the essence of the fair – a commemoration of traditional and contemporary Asian American culture. […]

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  • Co-presenting sponsor Subaru of America amid a crowd of thousands at the 2011 street fair. Photo by Arnold Freidling.

    Eighth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration Set for May 19 in SF’s Little Saigon

    SAN FRANCISCO (January 19, 2012) – The largest gathering of Asian Pacific Americans in the nation is back and bigger than ever, this year showcasing the return of the Asian Arts & Crafts Alley, an extravaganza of special and unique hand-made products and artworks. The fair […]

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    Win $500 and Fame Through Street Fair’s Poster Contest

    The Asian Heritage Street Celebration (AHSC) is hosting its annual poster contest in partnership with the Asian American Women Artists Association, Asian Art Museum, Center for Asian American Media, and Kearny Street Workshop. Graphic artists are sought to create an exciting image to become part of […]

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  • Last year's winning artwork by Academy of Art students Minh Tran and Virgilio Leynes, Jr. was featured in a major citywide marketing campaign.

    Open Call for Asian Heritage Street Celebration Poster Contest Entries!

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA - The Asian Heritage Street Celebration (AHSC) today announced its annual poster contest in partnership with the Asian American Women Artists Association, Asian Art Museum, Center for Asian American Media, and Kearny Street Workshop. Graphic artists are sought to create an exciting image to […]

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