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U.S. Bank has made a $60,000 commitment to provide support to Asian American and Pacific Islanders Initiative (AAPI) organizations.
The Cal State LA Pandemic Diaries Project, organized by the University Library Special Collections and Archives, aims to provide future researchers and historians with a better understanding of how individuals, as well as the collective community, adjusted to the uncertainty of this unprecedented time.
For several years AYC has offered a tutoring program that included instruction in English, Spanish, and Mandarin. Now, as a response to COVID, they have added a new after-school, online service for students from kindergarten through the eighth grade.
Last March, City Councilmember Adele Andrade-Stadler and Alhambra Teachers Association President Tammy Scorcia were discussing the emerging COVID-19 virus and how it could impact the city and the schools. They concluded the global disease would only get worse and that the city and many of its vulnerable school students would feel the effects of it. They were right. But they were not content to be right; they began doing something about it.
Yang’s Kitchen has adjusted its food menu items for more convenience and less labor intensive prepared dishes, yet they still have the high quality taste of freshness and healthy organic ingredients.
A-Sha Foods USA has been in business since 2012 manufacturing a 100-year-old family recipe of Ramen noodles that originated from Tainan, Taiwan in 1977.
A-Sha Foods USA has been in business since 2012 manufacturing a 100-year-old family recipe of Ramen noodles that originated from Tainan, Taiwan, in 1977.
Local charitable organizations and food banks, who serve low-income families in the San Gabriel Valley, will receive the donated turkeys.
"Think Asia, Think Hong Kong" is a mega promotion event organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in order to attract more overseas companies to use Hong Kong's service platform to tap into the Asian market.
The festival will be on Valley Boulevard from Garfield to Almansor and includes 250 booths, some with featured activities, such as a dragon boat rowing station, an auto square, children's workshops, a health fair, and cultural demonstrations that provide festival-goers with a taste of Asian culture.
The annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival will celebrate its 25th year and welcome in the Year of the Monkey at a new location on Valley Boulevard: from Almansor to Vega.