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  • ACP

    Asian Commercial Professionals Offers Scholarship

    Asian Commercial Professionals (“ACP”) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based 501c6 non-profit organization dedicated to fostering leadership, education, networking and scholarship within the commercial real estate and facilities industry. Consistent with one of its goals of encouraging and recognizing excellence in pursuing a career in […]

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  • APA Heritage Month

    SF Hosts 10th Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Ceremony and Reception

    WHAT:  The Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is a celebration of the culture, traditions and history of the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. For the 10th anniversary of San Francisco’s annual celebration of APA Heritage Month, the Heritage Celebration Committee will […]

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  • SouthBay

    South Bay First Thursdays Returns May 8

    “AACI South Bay First Thursdays’ (Re)Present 2014” is set for Thursday, May 8th at 8 p.m.  Join them at the Theatre on San Pedro Square in Downtown San Jose for their annual celebration of API excellence in performance art, dance, music, and spoken word.   […]

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  • LaoNewYear

    Lao New Year Festival Set for April 26

    Celebrating Lao New Year/Songkan 2014 on Saturday, April 26th, 2014! This year the Festival will be held at the Richmond Civic Center Plaza from 10AM to 5PM. The evening party from 5PM to 12AM, hosted by 17 organizations of the Bay Area, will be held at […]

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  • Grant Avenue Follies 11th Anniversary celebration welcomed back many fans of yesteryear.

    On the Scene: April 21

        FUN WITH THE FOLLIES San Francisco came alive when the Grant Avenue Follies ladies celebrated their 11th anniversary with a splash bang show before a packed house at the Four Seas Restaurant in Chinatown.  This event was so popular when I arrived to find a packed room, I […]

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  • San Francisco leaders break ground on the Florence Fang Asian Community Garden located at 1 Diana St. in the Bayview. Left to right: Supervisor Malia Cohen, Board of Supervisors President David Chiu, SF Environment Commission President Josh Arce, 100,000 Strong Foundation Board of Director Florence Fang, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, and AsianWeek Foundation Executive Director Ted Fang.

    San Francisco’s First Asian Community Garden Breaks Ground

          - Model community partnership with CalTrain in Bayview showcases green thumb and environmental interests of Asian families -    San Francisco, CA (April 17, 2014) - AsianWeek Foundation, along with community leaders and elected officials broke ground today on the city’s first ever […]

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  • Jadedin

    Team HBV East Bay Outreach Committee Presents: Jade Charity Dinner

    Event: Team HBV East Bay Outreach Committee Presents: Jade Charity Dinner Date: Friday, April 18, 2014 Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. PDT (Doors open at 5:30 p.m. PDT) Location: Mission San Jose High School’s Little Theater (41717 Palm Avenue, Fremont, CA, 94539) For further information or to contact […]

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  • AsiaSociety

    Education in a Global Era: The U.S.- Asia Connection

      On May 12, 2014, Asia Society Northern California will hold its 11th Annual Dinner at theRitz-Carlton Hotel, San Francisco. The Annual Dinner is our most prestigious event of the year and is attended by over 400 Bay Area leaders in business and civic affairs, academia, the diplomatic […]

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  • ALC2014-savethedate

    2014 Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus 42nd Anniversary Dinner

    Each year, the Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus gala features a keynote speaker and an awards presentation honoring individuals or organizations who have made a significant impact in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through their exemplary works in defense of civil […]

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  • MrHyphen

    Mr. Hyphen 2014 Highlights APA Males

    Five transformative Asian American men representing six transformative community organizations will compete for the coveted crown of Mr. Hyphen 2014, a $2000 cash prize, and a $1000 audience-favorite prize at the 8th Annual Mr. Hyphen Community Fundraiser on April 19 at the historic Marines’ Memorial Theatre in […]

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