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Discovering the Ramadan

Ramadan
With about 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide, 1.1 billion reside in Asia making it the largest religion there followed by Hinduism. Like other several other Asian calendar systems, the Islamic Hijri Calendar is lunar and includes 12 months based on the cycles of the moon.  The 9th month of the Hijri Calendar is regarded as the most sacred - Ramadan. This...

Miss Earth Philippine from “TRASH to CLASS” Fashion Show

Miss Philippines Earth 2017 Trash-to-Clas
Manila, Philippines – Last June 27th, I had the pleasure to have been invited by Peachy Veneracion former Miss Philippines, as one of the judges to a very unique charity fashion show entitled “TRASH TO CLASS” presented by the Miss Earth Philippines 2017 beauty pageant contestants, emphasizing the pageants message of protecting Mother Earth in a presentation entitled “TRASH TO CLASS.” The...

Preview of the Asian Cultural Festival 2017 organized by Asian American Heritage Council of Central Florida

Asian Cultural Festival 2017
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month proclaimed in 1978.  It celebrates the culture, traditions, and history of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.  The Asian American Heritage Council, also known as AAHC, is an organization of Asian American organizations in Central Florida established in 1980.  The groups are ranging from social, cultural, business,...

World Day Festival of Cultural Diversity

SPIFF
In observance of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development May 21 SPIFFS and the Friends of the Sunshine Center are joining together to celebrate Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and also Older Americans Month in a multi-cultural festival. World Day is a day set aside by the United Nations as an opportunity to deepen our...

Vietnamese Community of Central Florida – Black April 2017 in Orlando

On April 30th, 2017, The Vietnamese Community of Central Florida hosted an annual Black April Commemoration ceremony for those military officers sacrificed they lives for the freedom of Vietnam.  The ceremony crucially  important to the Vietnamese American community abroad, and every Vietnamese communities must hosted their own events to tribute for millions of innocent Vietnamese died during Vietnam War. The ceremony...

PhilFest 2017 – celebrating Philippine culture

PhilFest 2017
PhilFest 2017 celebrated Philippine culture through a vibrant three day long festivity that drew crowds of Filipino-Americans and locals who came out to enjoy the food, dance and music. The event is hosted by PCFI and held at the Philippine Cultural Enrichment Complex in Tampa every year. Over 50 vendors sold everything from traditional garments, snapbacks, t-shirts, jewelry, and...

Asian American Business Roundtable to be Held January 11 – 13th in Las Vegas

Diversity as the Disruptor: How U.S. Demographics Are Changing Business Dynamics NEW YORK, Oct 28, 2016 – Diversity is set to become the new disruptor in the U.S. economy, corporations and business leadership. The Asian American Business Development Center today announced that their second annual Asian American Business Roundtable, “The New Majority: Igniting the Future through Inclusion and Partnerships” will...

Annual Orlando Japan Festival 2016 is coming up on November 13!

Sunday, 11am – 5pm At The Village at Hunter’s Creek, 13574 Village Park Drive Orlando, FL 32837 (John Young Parkway and The Greenway (Rt. 417) The festival has started as a small school festival for the Japanese Language School of Orlando. Over the past fifteen years, it has grown into one of the most popular Japanese cultural festivals in Central Florida....

USF Mid-Autumn Moon Festival 2016

With a full moon rising Thursday night, Fall came early for everyone celebrating the Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival at the University of South Florida in Tampa on Thursday night.  The Suncoast Association of Chinese Americans, Chinese American Association of Tampa Bay, the Confucius Institute at USF and the university community sponsored the festival with free moon cakes, a holiday-lighted dragon-lion and...

Jeremy Lin plays piano and dances in the Taiwanese pop star’s Jay Chou music video

On Aug 26, Jeremy Lin is pretty excited about the whole thing and posted the full-length YouTube video online via his Twitter page. Check it out below. Jeremy Lin is in the Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou’s new music video. The song translates to “Turkish Ice Cream.” You can turn on the subtitles on YouTube to see the song lyrics...
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