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Holiday Review

Posted on Jan 8, 2014 in Arts & Culture, Dance, Food, Music, Theatre | 0 comments

  The holidays are over, but the fun and memories linger…  Just wanted to some photos.  Members of the Partnership Steering Committee and Friends enjoyed an evening of Indian cuisine at Jai Ho while enjoying the friendship at the Partnership’s Holiday Tea & Dinner.   Co-Chair Duane Wong was in the holiday spirit as emcee (photo by Chuck Hahn).       Maria Cheng, Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of TEA (www.Theatre-Esprit-Asia.org) did an outstanding performance from her one-woman play “Spirit & Sworded Treks”, based on her early childhood football memory of rooting for the Colts and the “great Johnny Unitas”!  Such a fun story retold as if we were there (photo by Annie Guo).     To end the evening, guests enjoyed a wonderful belly dancing performance by Khadijah (www.khadijahdancer.net), an international artist of Middle-Eastern dance, music and beyond.  A gift exchange of ‘tea and cookies’ concluded a very nice evening.  Special thanks to the planning sub-committee.  Please plan to join us next year; we sure do appreciate all our Friends and enjoy getting to know each of you better (photo by Annie...

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CPR: “Aurora celebrates the holidays with its Asian Pacific American community”

Posted on Dec 12, 2013 in Arts & Culture, Dance, Food, Music, Theatre | 0 comments

Friend of the Partnership Gil Asakawa,  Manager of Student Media for Journalism & Mass Communication at the University of Colorado, submitted an article to Colorado Public Radio about the Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership’s annual Holiday Friends Gathering held this week.  In keeping with the theme of Holiday Tea, Maria Cheng, the Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of TEA (www.Theatre-Esprit-Asia.org) presented a monologue from her one-woman play “Spirit & Sworded Treks” — a vignette based on her early childhood football memory of rooting for the Colts and the “great Johnny Unitas”!  Such a fun story retold as if we were there.  Khadijah was the beautifuil belly dancer, an international artist of Middle-Eastern dance, music and beyond (www.khadijahdancer.net).  To read the article, please follow this...

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