CACF Capacity building project workshop

February 11th, 2010

As we continue to face state and city budget cuts during these tough economic times, enhancing our advocacy skills becomes even more vital as we strive to ensure the needs of the Asian Pacific American community are addressed. [Read More]

Taipei Economic and Culture Office (TECO)

February 13th, 2010

Social Entrepreneurship and Micro Finance, featuring speakers from Echoing Green, Frogtek, and Treetops Capital. Pioneers in their respective fields, our guest speakers will share their front-line perspectives about sustainable and innovative solutions that are driving social change around the world. [Read More]

Children’s Orchestra 16th Annual Discovery Gala Concert

February 14th, 2010

Children’s Orchestra 16th Annual Discovery Gala Concert [Read More]

Comedy to Benefit NEIO.org (building schools in Nepal)

April 5th, 2010

Nepal Education Initiative would like to invite you to an after work comedy show. The show will spotlight some of the New York City’s rising stand up comedians. Part of the proceeds will be donated to support the Nepal Education Initiative Organization (www.neio.org).

NEIO is a newly formed non-profit organization focuses on education support for children in rural villages. Our belief is to improve quality of life by providing the right tool and break the cycle of poverty. Our first school was recently built with great success. We are gearing up to build 3 more schools over the next 12 months. Wayne is pretty much working solo at this time and all others are working on volunteering basis. You can be sure that your donation dollar will go directly to the children in need.

Join us at our event and learn how you can make a difference.

Date:  Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Time:  7:30pm – 8:30pm
Location:  New York Comedy Club
Street: 241 E. 24th St (Between 2nd & 3rd Avenues), NY

Jonathan Powley will host this charity stand up comedy show. He has appeared at Caroline’s, Gotham and the New York Underground Festival.

Ali Wong has performed at the Broadway Comedy Club, Gotham, and San Francisco Comedy Festival
Harrison Greenbaum appeared on tv during the New Year’s Eve Times Square Celebrations. The stand up comedian also performs at Comix, Sage Theater, Caroline’s and Gotham on a regular basis.
Sam Morrill was the winner of Time Out New York’s Funniest Joke competition. He also performs at Caroline’s, Comix and other comedy clubs in New York City.

David Angelo performs at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, DC Comedy Festival and he has appeared on XM Radio.

** Tickets cost $20 and there is a two drinks minimum **

Please visit: http://www.neio.org

Asian American Literature Symposium

April 4th, 2010

One day celebration of eight of today’s most accomplished and exciting Asian American writers. Come to any or all of the readings; stay for the Q&A sessions, and don’t forget to get your books signed by authors. [Read More]

NAAPNY/Macy’s “CELEBRATES YOU” ASIAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH

April 4th, 2010

The multi-platform event will include:
(1) panelist discussion
(2) help identifying your unique style and “brand” with the help of Macy’s proprietary INC brand specialists and Shiseido makeup artists giving tips and techniques for looking the part.
(3)a mini-fashion event showcasing professional and career looks [Read More]

Facing the War: Six Decades of Film Since the Korean War

April 4th, 2010

Film Screening at the Korea Society with Special Guest
Place: The Korea Society
(950 Third Avenue @ 57th Street, 8th Floor) [Read More]

Music in Asian Religions

April 4th, 2010

Almost all major and current popular religions originated in Asia, such as Christianity, Catholicism, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism, each with some type of music in their practices. Whether this music is a major part of the religion, like in Christianity and Catholicism, or part of the chanting, like in Buddhism, it serves and offers different purposes and functions.

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