Recognition Gala Tickets
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Recognition Gala Tickets

Buy your tickets to explorASIAN‘s Recognition Gala 2016! Please support explorASIAN in our 20th Anniversary for our only fundraiser of the year. Honouring outstanding Japanese-Canadian leaders and offering delicious Japanese food, wine & beer cash bar, raffle & silent auction, and entertainment! Buy tickets online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/20th-anniversary-explorasian-recognition-gala-tickets-25268259043 RAFFLE First prize of our raffle will be two round trip tickets … Continue reading

explorASIAN 2016 Official Opening Ceremony Program
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explorASIAN 2016 Official Opening Ceremony Program

The Official Opening Ceremony of explorASIAN 2016 is taking place on Saturday, April 16th at 10:00am at the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at Simon Fraser University (149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver). To download the program, please see here: Program Opening Updated We hope you will come out to celebrate explorASIAN 2016! Many cultures, many languages, one festival! Continue reading

explorASIAN 2016 Recognition Gala
explorASIAN / Past Festivals

explorASIAN 2016 Recognition Gala

explorASIAN‘s Recognition Gala 2016 is taking place on June 11th, 5:30pm at the Nikkei Museum and Cultural Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby, BC. Join us for an evening of culture! Following the Silk Routes and Beyond in Vancouver Display, Generation One Pan-Asian Artists, dinner, and entertainment. Please support explorASIAN‘s only fundraiser. To download the program for explorASIAN‘s … Continue reading

Serve the People: A Study and Discussion on the Legacy of the Revolutionary Asian Pacific American Movement
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Serve the People: A Study and Discussion on the Legacy of the Revolutionary Asian Pacific American Movement

May 3rd, Serve the People: A study and discussion on the legacy of the revolutionary Asian Pacific American movement — Chinatown Action Group   (6:00pm) –       Description: A generation of Asian American activists in the 1960s arose from working-class communities to transform US society. What can we learn from this history today? –       Location: … Continue reading