Distinguished Speaker' Series

Evening with Dr. Brettell

When: Friday, November 02, 2012
          6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Kim Son Restaurant
           10603 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX 77072

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Distinguished Speaker' Series

Evening with Dr. Shel

When: Monday, October 15, 2012
          6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Mayuri Restaurant
           5857 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77057

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Culture and Faith Bus Tour

When: Friday, October, 19, 2012
Where: Bus Departs at 8am and Returns at 1pm from the InterContinetal Hotel

To sign up, email your reservation information (names of persons attending to ed@apaha.org) and pay online by clicking above at the Donations tab.  RSVP ends 9-11-12.  No refunds after 9-11. 


 Book Event 

 "Forbidden Citizens" by Martin Gold 

 Organized by Chinese American Citizens Alliance, co-sponsored by APAHA

More details please visit Martin_Gold_Book_Event_Flyer-2.pdf

 2012 Asian\Pacific American Heritage Association Festival 

The festival will present a rousing display of the Asian/Pacific Islander (API)       American spirit featuring a cultural display of signature food items and cooking   demonstrations, music and dance performances, including arts and crafts for     children.

SteffI Hu, Miss Chinatown Houston and USA, performing at the APAHA Kick off


APAHA Month Kickoff  

APAHA kicked off the Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month with a colorful celebration at the Galleria Mall on Saturday, April 28th. Over 1,000 spectators enjoyed the multi-cultural performances by Steffi Hu, Miss Chinatown Houston and USA, guitarist/songwriter Lena Nguyen, Hawaiian and Filipino music and dance artists Tropical Rhythms, a fashion show by the Global Federation of Business Chinese Women, and dynamic performances from the Oriental Art Education Center, J and H Dance School, Lei Mua Dance School, Anjali Dance Center, Fort Bend Community Church Chinese School, Indonesian Consulate, Chinese Consulate, and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO), and DeBakey High School for Health Professions' Martial Arts. The event was emceed by the gracious KHOU Channel 11's Shern-Min Chow. Media coverage was provided by 713 News and VN TV.


2012 APAHA 

Lunar New Year Celebration 

Houston Children's Museum


APAHA Go Green

Art Contest


Speaker Series 

Dr. Stephen Kleinberg

"Houston and the Future for American Asians," featuring Dr. Stephen Klineberg's area survey with a focus on Asian data. For the past 30 years, Rice sociology professor Stephen Klineberg has been documenting the challenges and illuminating the remarkable transformation of Houston from an Anglo-dominated oil-boom Southern town into a multi-ethnic global city. Dr. Klineberg's work is supported by Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research that conducts scientific research, sponsors educational programs, and engages in public outreach that advances understanding of pressing urban issues and fosters the development of more humane and sustainable cities.



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