Archives 2016

2016 regular meetings and events of the Partnership
and the Greater Metropolitan APA communities

Guests are always welcome.

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It’s time for the Partnership’s Holiday Friends Gathering:
It’s an island party!
Date:  Wednesday, November 30
Time:  5:30 – 8:30 PM
Location:  Aurora History Museum
15051 E. Alameda Pkwy., Aurora, CO  80012
Caterer:  Chef Leah Eveleigh
Winner of the Food Channel’s 
“Cutthroat Kitchen”, season 2 (2014)
 Silent Auction – Donated items include Chef Leah’s Cutthroat Kitchen apron, a hand-painted, porcelain Dragonware tea set, and several other items.  Proceeds benefit the Partnership.
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Please bring a winter item (hats, gloves and scarves) for needy school children in Aurora.
Cost:  $35/person
RSVP to the Partnership staff office, (303) 326-8695
Pay in advance:  call the museum, (303) 739-6660
Pay at the door, but RSVP, please.
See announcement here…

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The 17th Annual Festival of Wreaths  Exhibit is open at the Aurora History Museum, with 40 wreaths donated this year from Aurora businesses and professionals. The Auction is online at Bidding Owl.com  — Click here to go to the auction.

Bid to support the Aurora Museum Foundation, or you can make a donation if you like, but please tell your friends about this event and go “online” to see each wreath and current bids.

Paul and Kate Tauer, Founders of the Partnership, donated a wreath on behalf of the Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership. It’s called “Tools a Plenty” – kitchen tools (Wreath #32). Who doesn’t spend a little time, or a lot of time, in the kitchen during the Holidays? To see the wreath and be the first to bid @ $25, follow this link (additional bids in $5 min. increments): http://www.biddingowl.com/Auction/item-detail.cfm?auctionID=9086&ItemID=328298&viewType=1&style=64&font=0&catName=WREATH

The Aurora History Museum is an award-winning museum, AND it’s the location of this year’s Partnership Holiday Friends Gathering, to be held November 30th, 5:30 – 8:30 PM, 15051 E. Alameda Pkwy. You’ll get a chance to see the wreaths and bid at the event.

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Tues., Oct. 25th, 4:30 – 6:00 PM
“The Spoken Word” – on multiethnic identity
 with Kimberly Ming Ford
Meeting will take place at the Aurora Municipal Center | Light refreshments will be served.
Questions?  Call the staff office, (303) 326-8695.

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Help shape Aurora’s future:  take the survey for  “Aurora Places” Comprehensive Plan
or, order a DIY kit to survey your community organization and give valuable input on the vision for Aurora:  www.AuroraPlacesPlan.com

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Global Fest 2016, year three, was fantastic!  Click here for the Fashion Show photo collage…

 

Picnic_Basket_150pThe Partnership’s annual picnic
June 28th

Aurora’s Utah Park |1800 So. Peoria St.
The Partnership and Friends always have a great time together.
Click here for the photo collage…

* Asian Chamber:  monthly events — www.asianchambercommerce.org 

* Asian Avenue magazine: many of the month’s events listed online — http://asianavenuemagazine.com

* National Association of Asian American Professionals, NAAAP Colorado Chapter events:  www.naaapcolorado.org.

* Asian Art Association:  www.asianartassociation.org 

* Center for Chinese United States Cooperation (CCUSC):  www.du.edu/korbel/china/event/forums.html 
    Several upcoming Forums you won’t want to miss!

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December 2016

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NEWEST AMERICANS PROJECT

Jennifer Cronk of the Aurora History Museum mentioned a photographic project by artist John Abramson.  It concerns interviews with and photographs of refugees and immigrants who have been in America for 10 years or less and will be included in a future exhibit.  Please read the project description HERE… | Respond as interested to John Abramson and, also, forward to other organizations that may have an interest. Each partner will have the use of any photographs related to their organization for their websites or print media. Artist will do extra photography at no charge as an incentive for participation.

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November 2016

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From the Asian Art Association:
Fall 2016 Events and Lectures

November 18 | 6:30 PM
Liu Jianhua: From “Elusive Delight” to “No Sense, No Content” – The Thinking in My Works

December 14 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Dr. Andrew L. Maske: Two Great Traditions: Japanese Ceramics and the Art of Tea

Open through January 15, 2017
Exhibition: Depth & Detail: Carved Bamboo from China, Japan, & Korea
Denver Art Museum

Open through October 1, 2017
Exhibition: From the Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Robert and Lisa Kessler Collection
Denver Art Museum

Visit the Asian Art Association Web site for upcoming event information:
www.asianartassociation.org/lectures-special-events

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PASCO’s 5th Annual Parol Lantern workshop has been rescheduled to Sat., November 19th.

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Parol Lantern-Making Workshop
Sat., November 19th | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Aurora History Museum | 15051 E. Alameda Pkwy. | Aurora, CO  80012
$12/lantern (materials provided)
Register in advance (ages 7-adult): (303) 326-8650 | auroramuseum.org

Decorate your home with a traditional star-shaped lantern made by you. Learn how to make this delicate and beautiful holiday decoration from the Philippines.

PASCO is 501(c)3 non-profit organization based out of Arapahoe County.  Since 1984, PASCO’s mission has been to cultivate, preserve, promote, and share the Philippine culture and heritage through educational and cultural opportunities to enrich and enhance the lives of its members and the residents of Colorado.

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 Volunteer at
“Be Beautiful Be Yourself” Fashion Show
November 12th, 2016

For several years, NAAAP has volunteered at Global Down Syndrome Foundation’s signature fundraising event, “Be Beautiful Be Yourself” (BBBY) Fashion Show.  This is a great fundraising event for Down syndrome research, care, advocacy and education.  We are once again seeking volunteers to help operate the VIP reception area and escort VIP attendees throughout the event.

To volunteer, please do the following:

1.)  Register your contact information on the NAAAP Volunteer page
2.)  Register at the BBBY Volunteer webpage
Under “Are you associated with another foundation or organization” select “NAAAP”

All volunteers are required to attend the MANDATORY training session prior to the fashion show.
Training Session:
– Wednesday, October 26, 6:30PM – 8:00PM

About “Be Beautiful Be Yourself” Fashion Show
“Be Beautiful Be Yourself” Fashion Show is the largest fundraiser for Down syndrome in the nation attracting more than 1,200 guests each year. It has raised $7.6 million for Down syndrome research, medical care, advocacy and education. Equally important, it has raised major awareness regarding the shocking disparity of funding for people with Down syndrome, while successfully emphasizing their abilities.

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The White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders
Regional Network
in partnership with
The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum                          

invite you to attend a training on:
“Coalition Building and Collaborations” 

Thursday, November 10, 2016
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Lunch will be provided                          

Colorado University
Lawrence Street Center, Room LW-648 | 1380 Lawrence St. | Denver, CO 80204                                      

Click here to register… (seating is limited) | Questions?  Email helly.lee@ed.gov

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October 2016

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So very proud of Ali Ewoldt, Partnership Member Ed Anolin’s niece, a Filipina who has the female lead role in Broadway’s longest-running musical, “Phantom of the Opera”.

Musical theatre has been her passion all her life.  Her interview is found in the link below by Asian American Life (AAL).  It is the last of four interesting stories:  1) China Town; 2) Ron Darling, author of the best seller Game 7, 1986 about the Word Series’ win and his experience of defeat.  Ron Darling is from Hawaii and won an Emmy for Best Sports Analyst; 3) the Presidential Elections; and 4) Ali Ewoldt’s Broadway role in Phantom.  Enjoy this 30-minute program!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4zc7An-KO0#action=share.

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WHO:  Dr. DJ Ida, nationally-renown Denver-based advocate for mental health for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, is awarded the Inaugural Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity
WHAT: Awards Ceremony of the Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 7:30 – 10:30 PM MT
WHERE: Tamai Towers Penthouse, 1255 19th Street, Sakura Square, 1255 19th Street, Denver, CO 80202
MEDIA CONTACT:  Gil Asakawa – (720) 232-3509, gil@nikkeiview.com or Elena Ong – (310) 948-2947, elenaong2021@gmail.com

Denverite Is Inaugural Recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity Presented by the Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health Dr. DJ Ida to receive award at ceremony in Sakura Square Oct. 31.
Link to Press Release…

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THE OLDEST BOY
Runs through Sunday, October 23rd

An American woman and a Tibetan man discover that their son may be the reincarnation of a high Buddhist teacher.  When two monks seek their permission to take the child to India and train him as a spiritual master, they are forced to make a difficult choice.


Directed by Craig Bond

Produced in Collaboration with Theatre Esprit Asia (TEA)
And Vintage Theatre Productions
www.vintagetheatre.org | www.TEAtheatre.org
Fri. & Sat., 7:30 PM | Sundays and Sat., Oct 1st, 2:30 PM
Tickets:  $30/$27 in advance | $25 Seniors / Students

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The Minoru Yasui Symposium
Colorado’s Story of Social Justice: Lessons from the Past, Tales of Today, Visions for the Future
Sunday, October 23rd
1:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Free and open to the public
Turnhalle at the Tivoli | Auraria Campus, Denver

Nine months in solitary confinement. Two years in the Minidoka Internment Camp.  A lifetime fighting for social justice for all. This is the story of Minoru Yasui, who would have turned 100 years old in October 2016.  President Barack Obama honored Min with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in November 2015 for his life’s work. Now it is our turn!

The Minoru Yasui Legacy Project was formed by friends and family of “Min” Yasui to perpetuate his life-long work for human rights and social justice. Although best known for his fight for Japanese American rights during WWII, Min spent 40 years of his post-war life in Colorado, serving the city and people of Denver. His mission was to strengthen relationships between the city and its many communities, building trust, communication and respectful collaborations.

The Minoru Yasui Legacy Project will hold this day-long symposium to bring together Colorado’s diverse populations to tell their stories of challenges and successes as they built their communities in our state. With so many raising their voices today against the integration of immigrants and refugees into our society, Min’s work for inclusion, acceptance and understanding is more important than ever. To conclude the symposium, we will close the day with a Birthday Party for Min, complete with special guests and entertainment to celebrate and thank our volunteers and donors.

Consider making a tax-deductible donation to support this very special event.
Contact the Colorado Asian Pacific American Bar Foundation | a 501(c)(3) organization
455 Sherman St., #300, Denver, CO  80203

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from the Asian Art Association:
Dr. Hiroko Johnson: History of the Kimono
Wed., October 19th | 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Denver Art Museum
North Building, Lower Level
Purchase tickets online… or call (720) 913-0130

Originally an imported fashion from China, made popular by courtesans (who wore their under clothing as fashion, just like Madonna!), kimono have evolved to become the iconic dress of Japan. Follow the development of design, uses, style, and decorative techniques in kimono with Dr. Hiroko Johnson.

Dr. Hiroko Johnson is an art historian specializing in Japanese art history. She received a PhD from the University of Southern California and was a post-doctoral fellow at University of Tokyo in Japan. She specializes in Asian art and brought Japanese culture to her students by taking them on annual study tours to Japan. Currently an Emeritus Professor at San Diego State, she received the Most Outstanding Faculty Member award in 2011. In San Diego she is on the board of the Japanese Friendship Garden and has co-curated the woodblock prints collection of the San Diego Museum of Art. She has numerous publications in both Japanese and English, including a monograph titled Western Influences on Japanese Art: The Akita Ranga School and Foreign Books in which she introduced the West to the Akita Ranga Art School, Japan’s first art school to apply the Western painting technique in Japan.

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Congratulations to the Guo family on the Grand Opening of their business Happy Living Adult Daycare this week!  Finally! A place where Chinese/Taiwanese seniors can go to enjoy some comradery during the week.  For more information, contact Samantha Quee, Marketing Coordinator, AsianAve Magazine, asianavemag@gmail.com | (303) 937-6888.

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l-r: Council Member Marsha Berzins, Congressman Mike Coffman, owner Yutai Guo,
Director General Jerry Chang of the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in Denver,
Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan and Annie Guo.
Not pictured is Chun Guo, General Manager of Happy Living Adult Daycare.
(photo by Aurora Ogg)

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OCA Book Club Discussion
October 15th, 12:30 PM
Smoky Hill Library, Room A | 5430 S. Biscay Circle | Centennial, CO 80015

Join OCA at their first Book Club Meeting to discuss The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan. Read the book at your own pace before October 15th, then get together with others and share your thoughts on the novel. Let the organizers know that you would like to participate by emailing: ocacolorado@gmail.com.

The Joy Luck Club is a 1989 novel written by Amy Tan. Four mothers, four daughters, four families whose histories shift with the four winds depending on who’s “saying” the stories. In 1949 four Chinese women, recent immigrants to San Francisco, begin meeting to eat dim sum, play mahjong, and talk. United in shared unspeakable loss and hope, they call themselves the Joy Luck Club. Rather than sink into tragedy, they choose to gather to raise their spirits and money. “To despair was to wish back for something already lost. Or to prolong what was already unbearable.” Forty years later the stories and history continue. With wit and sensitivity, Amy Tan examines the sometimes painful, often tender, and always deep connection between mothers and daughters. As each woman reveals her secrets, trying to unravel the truth about her life, the strings become more tangled, more entwined. Mothers boast or despair over daughters, and daughters roll their eyes even as they feel the inextricable tightening of their matriarchal ties. Tan is an astute storyteller, enticing readers to immerse themselves into these lives of complexity and mystery. Amy Tan (born February 19, 1952) is an American writer whose works explore mother-daughter relationships and the Chinese-American experience. Her best-known work is The Joy Luck Club, which has been translated into 25 languages. In 1993, the book was adapted into a commercially successful film.

OCA of Colorado | P.O. Box 44236 | Denver, CO. 80201 | ocacolorado@gmail.com

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Aurora Symphony Orchestra
A Night in Vienna
Fri., October 14th, 5PM, $40
5PM:  Cash bar and Silent Auction
7PM:  Ballroom doors open
Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club
Music, champagne, live and silent auctions to benefit the Aurora Symphony Orchestra
www.AuroraSymphony.org

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AsianChamber_ACC_smOctober 14 – Annual Dinner and Gala at King’s Land Chinese Restaurant

October 26 – ACC Member Appreciation Night, TBA

www.acccolorado.org (AsianChamberCommerce.org)

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NaFFAA, Region V presents a benefit concert for Philippine disaster relief:

The Battle of the Bands
Sat., October 8th, 6PM-11PM
Paul Beck Center | 800 Telluride St. | Aurora, CO  80011

Tickets:  $35/Adults | $25/Students and Children
Call Donna: (303) 885-9495 or Pepito (720) 217-4015
NaFFAAregion05@gmail.com
| www.NaFFAARegion5.org

The Partnership is a proud sponsor-in-part of this Aurora event.

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Denver Taiko
40th Anniversary Celebration Concert
Saturday, Oct. 8, 7pm
Sunday, Oct. 9, 2PM
University of Denver Newman Center for the Performing Arts
Price:  $25/Adults | $18/Students, Seniors, Children 12 and under
Tickets:  www.NewmanTix.com (Click on Denver Taiko)

GO FUND ME:  Founded in 1976, Denver Taiko is raising money to celebrate 40 years. The money raised will be used to pay for the venue, costumes, marketing, and the repair/maintenance of their taikos (drums). Donate here:  https://www.gofundme.com/denvertaiko. Like them on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/DenverTaiko | Visit their Website:  www.denvertaiko.org 

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The 13th Annual Indigenous Film & Arts Festival
October 5-10
Film, art and lively discussion on the theme of Nationhood

No charge, thanks to film sponsors.  Film synopses, sponsors, parking information and all updates will be posted at www.iiirm.org and on Facebook.

Jeanne Rubin, Film Festival Director | Indigenous Film & Arts Festival

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From the Asian Art Association:

Medicine as Art / Art as Medicine: An Exploration of Healing with Asian Art and Medicine
Sat., October 1, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, $25

How is medicine art and art medicine? Join Chinese medicine practitioners / artists Daniel Hudson, Dr. Henry Wu, Isshaela Ingham, Albert Stern, and Spencer Ames for a full-day or half-day exploration of topics on Asian medicine and the Asian art on display at the Denver Art Museum.  Presenters will focus on how the collection reveals traditional medical symbols, imagery, and concepts integral to mind / body health in Asian traditions as well as our adaptation of them into our modern life and well-being.

Buy tickets online | or call (720) 913-0130 | or email Beverly Little, blittle@denverartmuseum.org
Sponsored by: Asian Art Association and The Yao Clinic.

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September 2016

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From the Asian Art Association:

Shifting Forms: Ancient Inspirations in Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Art
Sat., September 24, 6:30 PM
Denver Art Museum | Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Building
No charge, but reservations suggested
RSVP online | or call (720) 913-0130

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THE OLDEST BOY
Opens Friday, September 16th | runs through Sunday, October 23rd

An American woman and a Tibetan man discover that their son may be the reincarnation of a high Buddhist teacher.  When two monks seek their permission to take the child to India and train him as a spiritual master, they are forced to make a difficult choice.


Directed by Craig Bond

Produced in Collaboration with Theatre Esprit Asia (TEA)
And Vintage Theatre Productions
www.vintagetheatre.org
Fri. & Sat., 7:30 PM | Sundays and Sat., Oct 1st, 2:30 PM
Tickets:  $30/$27 in advance | $25 Seniors / Students

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September 21 – Business After Hours, Comcast
October 14 – Annual Dinner and Gala at King’s Land Chinese Restaurant
October 26 – ACC Member Appreciation Night, TBA
AsianChamberCommerce.org (www.acccolorado.org)

Sept. 22 – Think Asia, Think Hong Kong
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
1245 Champa St. | Denver, CO 80204

Event Description:
Please join us for a unique gathering of US business leaders and entrepreneurs.  Gain fresh insight into the world’s fastest growing markets.  Learn how to leverage Hong Kong’s numerous advantages to tap into China and other Asian markets.  Whether you run a small or mid-sized company; in the consumer products or service industry, import or export, we will offer you important information for your business success in Asia.

Hong Kong Trade Development Council is a statutory body established in 1966 as the international marketing arm for Hong Kong-based manufacturers, traders and service providers. The organisation has more than 40 offices around the world, including 11 on the Chinese mainland. The HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China and Asia, and organises trade fairs and business missions to connect companies with opportunities in Hong Kong and on the mainland, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and online.

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OCA Colorado
Mid-Autumn Moon Festival
Sat., September 17th, 5:30 PM
Super Star Restaurant | 2200 W. Alameda Ave. | Denver, CO 80223
Johnny Poon, President
Enjoy a 10-course meal with old and new friends.
$28 per person | RSVP by Sept. 10th
Questions? Contact Benny Cheng, (303) 888-0777 or Tom Ging, (303) 278-0304

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NAAAP Colorado
Workshop: What HR Looks for When You Are Applying!
Thurs., September 1st | 6PM – 8PM

In today’s professional world, you have a limited amount of time to make the best impression. This is particularly important during the interview and application process when seeking your next career. Join NAAAP and our guest speaker, Stefanie DeMonbrun, as she shares her insights on what the Human Resource department is looking for in applications at the companies where you are applying!

To register for the event and to check out Stefanie’s bio go to www.naaapcolorado.org.
Cost: NAAAP Members: Free | Non-NAAAP Members: $10
Where: Koelbel Library | Room B | 5955 So. Holly St. | Centennial, CO 80121

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August 2016

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Pi`ilani Hawaiian Civic Club of Colorado
Ho’olaule’a 2016
Saturday, August 27, 2016
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park
9370 Ridgeline Blvd. | Highlands Ranch, CO  80129

A FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE HAWAIIAN, POLYNESIAN & PACIFIC CULTURES
Entertainment – Hula, Polynesian Dance, Music | Merchandise and Food Booths | Crafts
Children’s Hula and Introduction to Ukulele Lessons | Cultural Demonstrations | Beer Garden

For  information contact Lynette K. Asperin, (303) 549-6172

E komo mai (welcome) ~ come and join us!
Hosted by the Highlands Ranch Metro District
No pets, please.

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Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute
CSCCI is participating in the Colorado Springs Dragon Boat Festival.
a full day of dragon boat races on Sat., August 27th.
Prospect Lake in Memorial Park
T
he world’s fastest growing water sport is just another reason to get outside and enjoy the local sights, culture and attractions.  Dragon boat is accommodating to all fitness levels, ages, and sizes. Every paddler in the boat is of equal importance.  HTTP://GWNDRAGONBOAT.COM/COLORADO | 1-855-GWN-BOAT (496-2628)

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GlobalFest2016-Save-the-Date_082016(250p)Aurora GlobalFest 2016
Saturday, August 20th
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Aurora Municipal Center, on the Great Lawn
International Fashion Show | Entertainment | Global Market | Ethnic Cuisine | Parade of Nations
Details and applications for performers, vendors and more at the website:  www.AuroraGlobalFest.org 

The City of Aurora is very excited to host our premier international event — a lot of fun for the whole family. There is something for everyone.

AND… at the Aurora History Museum
Just Talking Story
Sat., Aug. 20th, 1:00 PM
Aloha, ea!  This month’s Hawaiian cultural presentation is entitled, “Rapid ‘Ohi’a Death:  A Newly Identified Threat To Hawaii’s Native Forests”.  How does this new strain of fungus kill ‘ohi’a?  Where did it come from?  What is being done to limit its potential damage to Hawai’i Island and to prevent it from spreading statewide? Learn more about Rapid ‘Ohi’a Death and its present and future impact to the ecology and economy of Hawai’i.  This presentation will be immediately followed by Keoni Lagunero’s no- charge ‘ukulele instruction at 1:30 PM

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July 2016

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Mark your calendars and block out the last weekend of July — the 16th Annual Colorado Dragon Boat Festival

Saturday and Sunday, July 30-31
at Sloan’s Lake Park!
Join us for your weekend passport to Asia, with over 100 traditional and contemporary performances on five stages, two Taste of Asia food courts, Marketplace vendors, Asian cultural exhibits and demonstrations, and of course, the thrilling sport of Dragon Boat Racing!

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You are invited to a “Burmese Village” dinner:
Sat., July 23rd | 5-9PM | $90
Mango House | 1532 Galena St. | Aurora  80010

Burmese cooking will be the focus of an upcoming benefit dinner presented by Fooition in collaboration with Burmese cook and refugee named Zin Zin.

What your ticket includes:
~ 5 course authentic Burmese dinner served family style
~ Unique menu designed and cooked by Zin Zin
~ Food demos and other activities between courses
~ Traditional non-alcoholic Burmese drinks provided
~ Q&A with nutrition students from the Burmese community
~ Cultural performances including traditional Burmese dance

“Zin Zin and I are getting very excited to share an unforgettable evening with you at the Burmese Village dinner July 23rd.  Zin Zin came to this country with the dream of sharing her culture through her cooking, and now she is doing just that.  “Westword” recently interviewed us about the upcoming benefit dinner and plan to cover the event. Here is a quick excerpt:  “I wanted to emphasize the idea that nutrition is not just about what we eat, but also how we eat,” Toscano explains. “Is there community around that food? And does it matter for our health? According to other cultures, it absolutely does.”  Click here to see the full article…

What better way to get to know the Burmese refugee community living right here in our backyard and learn something about ourselves in the process?

Get your tickets today at www.fooition.com.

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Join OCA Colorado for their Annual AAPI Community Picnic
Sat., July 23rd, 11:00 AM
Clement Park — Shelter G
7306 W. Bowles Ave. | Littleton  80123
It’s a potluck!  Be sure to bring a dish to share.
Hotdogs, water and paper products provided.

OCA of Colorado | P.O. Box 44236 | Denver, CO  80201 | RSVP:  OCAColorado@gmail.com

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Business After Hours – US Tennis Association
Wed., July 20th, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
US Tennis Association Colorado
Gates Tennis Center | 3300 E. Bayaud Ave. | Denver, CO 80209

Tennis “Learn & Play” with USTA Colorado for all abilities!
Let have some fun and unleash some friendly competitive spirit on the courts!
Tennis equipment will be provided.  Tennis attire optional.  Tennis shoes highly recommended.
http://www.colorado.usta.com
RSVP for this networking event here…

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June 2016

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Asian Art Association

Spring 2016 Asian Art Association
Wednesday at Noon Lecture Series and Events Program

June 4:  Saturday at noon The History of the Kimono by Hiroko Johnson

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LECTURE

June 2nd | 6:30 – 8:00 PM

The Evolution of Japanese Armor from the Kofun to the Edo Periods

— presented by Douglas Wagner

Sharp Auditorium | Hamilton Building | Denver Art Museum

No charge, but make reservations:  (720) 913-0040 | blittle@denverartmuseum.org

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Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute is proudly supporting an event – U.S. OPEN Taekwondo Hanmadang on June 17-19, 2016 at Broadmoor World Arena. Please contact them directly for vendor booth opportunity.   www.usopentkd.com

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May 2016
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Amache Pilgrimage
Saturday, May 21, 2016

The former Amache internee, Marion Konishi Takehara, is planning to be at this year’s pilgrimage, her first and only visit since internment.  Marion Konishi was the Amache High School, Class of 1943, valedictorian and gave the commencement speech behind barbed-wire fences guarded by armed U.S. soldiers. Judge for yourselves that her words are still valid 73 years later.  Marion’s speech concludes:  “Can we the graduating class of Amache Senior High School still believe that America means freedom, equality, security and justice?  Do I believe this?  Do my classmates believe this?  Yes, with all our hearts, because in that faith, in that hope, is my future, our future, and the world’s future.”

6:00 AM — Bus Pick-up:  Simpson United Methodist Church, 6001 Wolff St., Arvada  80003
                      Free parking is most plentiful at this location

6:30 AM — Bus Pick-up:  Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple, Denver (LODO)
1947 Lawrence St., Denver  80202

8:00 AM — Break:  Refreshment Stop, Limon
11:30 AM —  Arrive:  Amache Cemetery:  Memorial Service, Oshoko/Floral Offerings
12:30 PM — Lunch:  Granada Undivided High School:  Short Amache Program
2:00 PM — Depart:  For Denver
6:30-7:00 PM — Arrive:  Denver/Arvada

Attendees who are arriving by private car may choose to stay overnight Saturday in Lamar, and spend Sunday touring either the Amache Museum or the Amache site. Although guided tours cannot be guaranteed, every effort will be made to accommodate requests if we know of them in advance.  Another option is visiting the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site, located 35 miles northwest of Amache, where visitors can learn about the woman for whom the Amache Relocation Center was named and her Cheyenne sub-Chief father, Ochinee, who was killed at Sand Creek in 1864.  As time allows, do visit the Amache Museum, next door to the only Granada gas station.

Denver/Arvada Bus Information.  Thanks to generous support from the Japanese American Association of Colorado, the charge for the bus is still just $30 per person.  Reservations must be made in advance by contacting Hiroko Hung at (303) 979-4127 or Frank Miyazawa at (303) 237-8641; checks should be made payable to JAAC.

Lamar Hotel Information.  Attendees who wish to stay overnight Saturday should contact the Rodeway Inn Cow Palace in Lamar:  www.thecowpalaceinn.com, (719) 336-7753), and let them know you are attending the Amache Pilgrimage. Rooms are $65.00 for single- or double-occupancy, and space is limited.  If they are full, other hotels in Lamar include Days Inn:  (719) 336-5340 and Holiday Inn Express:  (888) 465-4329.

*** Special Note for Saturday Night ***
The Cow Palace has space available to host a dinner gathering for attendees on Saturday, and you need not be a Cow Palace guest to attend. This will be a rare opportunity to relax, meet, and chat with fellow Pilgrimage attendees for just $17.25 per person.  No program is planned for the gathering, but a podium will be available for those who want to share their stories.

Space is limited to 150 if you are interested in the dinner gathering.
Reply no later than May 7th to:  amache2016@gmail.com
Include the number of guests.
If the event has reached capacity, you will receive an email notification.
Note: The Amache camp newspaper, the Granada Pioneer, published a popular comic strip called “Lil’ Neebo, meaning little Nisei boy.  The cartoon character provided comic relief for readers by chronicling the life of a little Nisei boy living in the camp.

Amache Preservation Society (APS)
http://www.amache.org | http://www.amache.org/2016-pilgrimage
Go to Present Day at top of page, pull down menu; click on Pilgrimage and/or Current Activity News
For further information or to make a reservation to attend the Pilgrimage, e-mail:  Friends of Amache, amachefriends@gmail.com
Optional direct contact: George Yoshida, yoshidahg@comcast.net

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April 2016
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PLEASE JOIN THE PARTNERSHIP STEERING COMMITTEE:

Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership
Annual Meeting
Tues., April 26, 2016, 5:30 – 8:00 PM, $20
Thai Garden |
16911 E. Quincy Ave., #A7 | Aurora, CO  80015
Keynote: Clarence Low, President, Asian Chamber
The Kakehashi Project — Recent Delegation to Japan
Good Food | Good Discussion | Good Friends

Clarence_Low_NALP(150p)The Annual Meeting of the Partnership is just around the corner, and YOU are cordially invited. On behalf of the Co-Chairs and Steering Committee, we would welcome you to this very nice networking dinner and presentation. Clarence Low, President of the Asian Chamber will be the keynote and share his experiences and photos of the Kakehashi Project – his recent delegation trip to Japan. We will also see the ‘changing of the guard’, hearing from our outgoing Co-Chair, Nancy Tan, and introducing our incoming Co-Chair, Chance Horiuchi.

The menu will surprise you – for just $20/person (see announcement). Please plan to join us on Tuesday, April 26th, 5:30 – 8:00 PM, at the Thai Garden Asian Fusion in Aurora, 16911 E. Quincy Ave. (northeast corner at So. Buckley Rd.). You may pay by cash or credit card at the door, but please RSVP for the head count to the restaurant.

Looking forward to seeing you ALL there – the more the merrier!

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CCUSCDr. Shiping Tang – “The “Liberal” International Order: any room for an illiberal rising power like China?”

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
5:15pm—6:30pm
Ben Cherrington Hall, Room SIE 150
RSVP Required—Light Refreshments Provided

Dr. Shiping Tang is Fulbright visiting research scholar at the School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS), University of California at San Diego for 2015-16 academic year. He is a Fudan Distinguished Professor, Dr. Seaker Chan Chair Professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA), Fudan University, Shanghai, and Cheung-Kong/Changjiang Distinguished Professorship from the Ministry of Education, China. An author of A General Theory of Institutional Change, A Theory of Security Strategy for Our Time: Defensive Realism, and many articles in international relations, institutional economics, sociology, and philosophy of the social sciences, his book, The Social Evolution of International Politics, received the International Studies Association (ISA) “Annual Best Book Award” in 2015.
RSVP:  www.du.edu/korbel/china/events/forums/html.

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TEA   Theatre Esprit Asia presents
   ACE: Asian-American Cabaret Evening
Sunday, April 10, 2016 — 7:00 – 9:00 PM
ACAD Gallery Classroom | 1400 Dallas St. | Aurora, CO  80010

Plenty of free parking on street or in lot south of the building. Free refreshments of wine & snacks!   Donations appreciated. Reservations suggested because of limited seating. Please email mariachengtea@gmail.com with your name, phone & email, and number of people attending.

FEATURING Poetry by Sueyeun Juliette Lee whose work questions concepts of birthright, lineage, and homeland, investigating relationships between people and the places they inhabit. “I write as personally as I can, just perhaps not in the way most people would expect.” http://www.pcah.us/people/sueyeun_juliette_lee

Poetry by Serena Chopra. Says fellow poet Julie Carr, “…if poetry is now not consolation but a means to measure doubt and desire, then Chopra’s work is gorgeously current, a ‘singular and violent arrangement’ in which language ‘pains itself into poetry.’ ” http://www.coloradopoetscenter.org/poets/chopra_serena/index.html

Performance by David Paul, tai chi gung practitioner for more than thirty years and master instructor. He is also a professional musician, composer, recording artist and music educator, with CDs available on Amazon.com.  http://musicbydavidpaul.com/about/

Scenes from our upcoming production of ANIMALS OUT OF PAPER, written by Rajiv Joseph and directed by Sam Wood, with Arlene Rapal, Mark Pergola and Jonathan Slusser. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-review-animals-out-of-paper-at-the-david-henry-hwang-theater-20140911-story.html  

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March 2016
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Aurora Sister Cities International, the World Trade Center and World-OKTA Rocky Mountain Region (World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders):

Doing Business in Korea — Luncheon
Tues., March 29th, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
B2B:  One-on-one meetings:  1:30 – 4:00 PM

Woolley’s Classic Suites Hotel | 16450 E. 40th Cir. | Aurora, CO  80011
Featuring six businesses from Seongnam City, South Korea
Learn from experts on how to find and partner with Korean businesses
Register:  www.wtcdenver.org/event-2191975 | (303) 592-5760
Click here for a list of Korean delegation companies…

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CCUSC

Dr. Yongqian Tu – “The Labor Clauses in TPP: Its Impact on China’s Industrial Relations, Labor law and Beyond”

Tuesday, March 22, 2016
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Ben Cherrington Hall, Room 301
RSVP Required—Lunch Provided

Dr.  Yongqian Tu is Professor in School of Labor and Human Resources of Remin University of China. He received his Ph.D. and LLM degrees from China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing and Central China University of Finance and Political Sciences in Wuhan. Tu’s research covers law, management, sociology and economics. He has published many academic articles in Chinese in the China’s academic journals and 2 monographs, Toxic Torts with Latent Harm and Law of Torts. He was a visiting scholar at the Center for China-US Cooperation, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver in 2015.  Register:  www.du.edu/korbel/china/events/forums.html.

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Your Cultural Identity is an Asset
Diversity Networking Day
March 15, 2016, 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Tivoli #320

ACC is proud to partner with CU Denver for its 3rd Annual Diversity Networking Day.  A forum of panelists and professional organizations networking with CU Denver student to celebrate diversity and inclusion in the workforce and to build relationships.

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REVIVING 5,000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION
The Buell Theatre March 4 – 6, 2016

Through the universal language of music and dance, Shen Yun weaves a wondrous tapestry of heavenly realms, ancient legends, and modern heroic tales, taking you on a journey through 5,000 years of Chinese culture. Its stunning beauty and tremendous energy leave audiences uplifted and inspired.  Shen Yun features the world’s foremost classically trained dancers, a unique orchestra blending music of the East and West, and dazzling animated backdrops—together creating one spectacular performance.

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Febr
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You are invited to an important discussion from our regional Small Business Administration administrator, Ms. Betsy Markey, on the Trans Pacific Partnership. This is an open discussion to learn more about TPP and how the US/Colorado and its small businesses may play a part in the global economy.  Consul General of Japan Ito Makoto will provide a few remarks, and I will provide opening introductions. Please invite your colleagues and clients who may have an interest in this discussion.  Here’s the link to the event: http://business.acccolorado.org/events/details/trans-pacific-partnership-increasing-small-business-access-to-international-markets-93

Date: Thurs., February 25, 2016
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 AM, FREE
Location: Tivoli Rm 640, 900 Auraria Parkway, Denver

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Tibetan Wood Block Printing by Benjamin Nourse
February 17, Wednesday, noon-1pm
North Building – Lower Level Lecture Room | Denver Art Museum
Ticketed with member discount.
Purchase tickets online or call 720-913-0130

This talk will explore the world of Tibetan printed books, from the production of hand-carved printing blocks to the various printing styles that emerged among the great Tibetan printing centers. We will also look at examples of non-book uses of printing in Tibet, such as printed talismans, ritual implements, and artistic prints. Drawing from Dr. Nourse’s research at Tibetan printing houses and in rare Tibetan book collections, the lecture will showcase some of the artistry and the diversity of

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“High Arts Asia” presents
The music and dance traditions of North India, South India, and Bali, Indonesia
Tues., February 16th, 7:30 PM, Free
DU Lamont School of Music | Newman Center | Gates Concert Hall
2344 E. Iliff Ave. | Denver, CO  80208 (University & Iliff) | (303) 871-6412

Come witness dazzling performances by the following artists:  Sarah Morelli (kathak dance), Ben Kunin (sarod), Nabin Shreshtha (tabla), and members of the Sureela Ensemble.  V.K. Arun Kumar (Karnatak vocals), Priya Hariharan (Karnatak violin), and Aaron Paige (mridangam).

Ni Ketut Marni (Balinese dance) and Denver’s esteemed Balinese gamelan orchestra, Tunas Mekar, with I Made Lasmawan, Artist-In-Residence.  The program will also feature the premier of Mudra Samudera, a collaborative dance work exploring the confluence of North Indian and Balinese musical worlds.

Admission is FREE!  www.du.edu/lamont | www.tunasmekar.org | download the announcement…

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Celebrate the Year of the Monkey with OCA Colorado
Sat., February 13th, 5:00 PM
Empress Chinese Restaurant | 2825 W. Alameda Ave. | Denver, CO  80219
Tickets:  $45/person
Contact:  Johnny Poon, (303) 856-6981 (RSVP by February 7th)

Menu:  Honey smoked salmon salad | Crabmeat and fish maw soup | Walnut shrimp | Filet mignon in black pepper sauce | Honey garlic pork chop | Salt and pepper fish filet | Peking duck | Lobster with ginger and scallion | Mushroom and vegetables | Fried rice

Download the announcement…

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Denver Chinese School, Confucius Institute at Community College of Denver and Chinese American Foundation of Colorado Present
The 14th Annual Colorado Chinese New Year Celebration
Year of the Monkey
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Calvary Temple (near Cherry Creek Mall) | 200 S University Blvd. Denver, CO 80209

11:00 AM to 1:30 PM – Authentic Chinese food, cultural displays, entertainment, music, artworks and crafts, calligraphy, traditional costumes
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. – Celebration Show

Tickets: General Admission: $25 | Golden Circle: $50
Free Parking!
General Information / Ticketing / Booth: (720) 270-7032 or cnyc@denverchineseschool.org

Limited tickets with up to 25% discounted price are still available at: www.denverchineseschool.org
Purchase Tickets Here: http://denverchineseschool.org/CNYC_2016/tickets2016.html
Download the announcement…

Take a journey to the Far East right here in Denver and experience the largest and most exciting Chinese cultural event in the Rocky Mountain Region, the Chinese New Year Celebration. Enjoy two hours of first-class on-stage shows by award-winning professional artists performing Beijing opera, magic, face-changing, opera and folk songs and Chinese music; and by the talented DCS students, teachers and parents performing choir and dances; and everyone’s favorite, the lion dance and Kung Fu demonstration, Savor a variety of authentic Chinese foods. Experience two and half hours of cultural displays, entertainment, music, artworks and crafts, calligraphy, traditional costumes, children’s games.

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APDC-logo-webCelebrate Year of the Monkey with APDC
Sat., February 6, 2016 at the Cable Center
2000 Buchtel Blvd. | Denver, CO 80210
Reception: 5:30 PM | Dinner: 7:00 PM

Individual Tickets: $75
Your ticket purchase helps advance the well-being of Asian American Pacific Islander communities of Colorado by providing culturally appropriate and integrated behavioral, medical and related services.

The Year of the Monkey…brings great energy and extraordinary possibilities to 2016 and APDC’s 35 Year Anniversary Celebration is no exception! Join us for an incredible evening featuring an exclusive duet performance by Juliet Petrus and Yunpeng Wang, delicious Asian cuisine and silent and live auctions.

Contact: Jane Lundwall: (303) 923-6517 or janelundwall@apdc.org | www.apdc.org

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You’re invited to the
2016 Asian Avenue magazine Lunar New Year Dinner
Year of the Monkey

Friday, February 5, 2016
6:00 PM Cash Bar / Networking | 6:30 PM Dinner
Kings Land Chinese Seafood | 2200 W. Alameda Ave., Denver

Tickets: $40 General | $30 Student/Senior
GET TICKETS:  http://asianavemag.ticketleap.com/monkey

10-course Chinese Dinner | Qing Wei Lion and Dragon Cultural Troupe | Silent Auction and Gifts

MENU
Peking Duck | Seafood with Tofu Soup Shrimp with Walnut and Mayo Sauce | Sizzling Beef Steak with Black Pepper Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce | Deep Fried Crispy Quail Scallops & Squid with XO Special Sauce | Rock Cod Fillet with Black Bean Sauce Lobsters with Ginger & Green Onion | Oranges (symbolizes wealth/prosperity)

AUCTION ITEMS
Delta Airlines Tickets | Go Fish Japanese Restaurant and Sushi | Tag Restaurants | Shen Yun Performing Arts Show | Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel | History Colorado Tickets | Aoba Sushi | Tokio Restaurant | Kokoro Restaurants | Larkburger | Jason’s Thai | P17 Restaurant | and more!!

Questions? (303) 937-6888 or asianavemag@gmail.com | download the announcement…