Asian Pacific American Heritage Month APAHM

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month hopes to highlight unique Asian American experiences, culture, and issues. ASU hopes to build a more cohesive A/APA community, share wisdom, celebrate heritage, and discuss issues still facing Asian Americans through our events.

  APAHM has officially concluded. Thanks to everyone for their support and collaboration!

APAHM has officially concluded. Thanks to everyone for their support and collaboration!

In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at UVa, we created a promotional video that highlights unique Asian American experiences, culture, and issues. ASU hopes to build a more cohesive A/APA community, share wisdom, celebrate heritage, and discuss issues still facing Asian Americans through our events. Shoutout to Audrey Song and Ayah Manalastas for the video concept, editing, and filming and also to Jannatul Pramanik and Linda Xiong for helping out with filming! Thank you to everyone who volunteered to be part of this, please tag your friends!

Posted by Asu At Uva on Monday, April 11, 2016

Check out our behind the scenes video from beta bridge and come to ASU, ESA and Inkstone Magazine present PERSPECTIVES: A Gallery Showcase of Literary and Visual Arts today from 5-7pm at OpenGrounds!

Posted by Asu At Uva on Saturday, April 16, 2016

ASU PROMOTES CULTURE, OUTREACH THROUGH HERITAGE MONTH

The Asian Student Union and its membership organizations are currently hosting a number of events to celebrate Asian heritage and promote outreach within the greater University community coinciding with Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Events range from comedy nights and large cultural days to food tastings and networking events.

Fourth-year Batten student Victoria Tran, co-chair of APAHM, said the diversity of events allow for the opportunity for students to talk about race and race relations in a variety of different platforms. These platforms include a comedy night with the Latino Student Alliance April 23 as well as a Literary and Art Showcase April 16, where diversity can be highlighted through art and literature.

Read more of The CavDaily article by Reade Pickert here!

PASt APAHM Events