REACH of Central Florida Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Volunteer Service

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On February 1st, Recognizing Experiencing Asian Cultural Heritage (REACH) of Central Florida celebrated its 10th year anniversary at the Plaza Live. For 10 years now REACH has been an integrated part of the Central Florida Asian American community as a consistent and effective volunteer-based and young-leaders. The Anniversary Banquet was organized by the current REACH 2019-2020 Board...

2nd Annual FusionFest to Celebrate Diversity Cultures in Central Florida

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Fusion Fest was a great experience for me to partake in. I had never been there before, and I didn’t know what to expect. All I was told was that it was the blending of cultures through music and food. Upon arriving I saw many people colorfully dressed in their native garbs.  What surprised me was when I would look...

Celebrate Lunar New Year in Florida 2020

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Dragon Parade 2018
The Lunar Chinese New Year 2020 is celebrated on Saturday, January 25th, according to the traditional Chinese Calendar. 2020 is a Year of the Rat according to the Chinese zodiac. The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar: the holiday falls on the second new moon after...

Celebrate Indonesia’s Culture in Altamonte Springs

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On October 5, 2019. Festival Indonesia was held at the Cranes Roost Park, Altamonte Springs. Event organized by the Maramowe Foundation and VIDA Florida: Voice of Indonesians in Florida. The Consulate General of Indonesia - Houston sponsored and attended the event to promote Indonesia in Central Florida.

Puxiao Cen, MD Recognized at AdventHealth Medical Staff Annual Dinner

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Daryl Tol - CEO of AdventHealth Central Florida, Neil Finkler, MD - Chief Medical Officer of AdventHealth Orlando, and Tanya Agard, MD - President of Advent Health Orlando Medical Staff present the AdventHealth Service Standards Values Award to Puxiao Cen, MD (Transplant Cardiologist), Brian Specter, MD (ENT Ear Nose and Throat surgeon), Dr Reina Mayor, MD  (Pediatrician), and Raul Castillo, MD (Hematologist and Oncologist).  
AdventHealth system has 2,200 physicians. At the end of each year, it recognizes physicians who exemplify and are deemed outstanding in living AdventHealth Service Standards – Keep Me Safe, Love Me, Own it and Make It Easy – in their professional and personal lives. Nominated by their peers, the chosen recipients have presented their awards at the annual AdventHealth Medical Staff Dinner. This...

AAHC, Four Letters That Represent Many Cultures

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AAHC Student Achievers Scholastic Awards 2019
Another year of my high school career has passed. Why do I know? This last weekend, I attended, for the third year, Asian American Heritage Council AAHC’s Student Achievers Scholastic Awards ceremony. I’m currently a junior, so that meant this year I applied for my sophomore year, my last academic period year. I was very blessed...

FusionFest 2019 is coming up on November 30 & December 1!

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FusionFest is coming back to downtown Orlando on Thanksgiving weekend. Come share a smile and your heritage and “you may discover just how different other people really aren’t!” Discover the world through interactive experiences and contests for food, fashion, spoken word, music, dance, short films and more. https://www.facebook.com/FusionFestOrlando/videos/713683815811028/

29 YEARS OF PRESERVING THE PHILIPPINE CULTURE

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The Philippine Performing Arts Company, Inc. (PPAC) and the INDAK PAMBATA Children's Dance Group of Tampa, Florida that was established and incorporated as a not for profit, publicly supported, tax-exempt organization on August 21, 1991 is celebrating their 29 years in existence next year. The company's primary mission is to present to the public the Philippine culture...

19th Annual Orlando Japan Festival to Return on November 17

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The free festival offers fun for guests of all ages ORLANDO, Fla. – Presented by the Japan Association of Orlando (JAO), the 19th annual Orlando Japan Festival takes place on Sunday, November 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Kissimmee Lakefront Park (69 Lakeshore Blvd.) in Kissimmee. The festival is free to...

Weekend in Central Florida: Soul of Papua, an Indonesian Music, Dance and More

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On September 28, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts held Soul of Papua, an event organized by the Maramowe Foundation and VIDA Florida: Voice of Indonesians in Florida. VIDA Florida is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to promote Indonesia in Florida through the arts and culture, foods, places and pictures. The beautiful evening...
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