More Asian American Events

Community

THE DIM SUM & Then Some: The Uptown 5K & 10K!

CMAA’s Dim Sum & Then Some race offers participants a unique experience, with all proceeds reinvested back into the community through the hard work of their staff and their programming.
Community

Chinatown Summer Fair 2021

As the city of Chicago is opening back up, we are welcoming everyone back to one of Chicago’s most attractive communities—Chinatown!
Community

Collective AAPI Healing Empowerment Tools for the Workplace and Beyond!

National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) brings you a timely seminar to “Reclaim Your Self-Empowerment” for your work and beyond!
Business

AAPI Restaurant Advocacy "We Can Do This" Series Part II

Learn about the collaboration of ACE and ACE NextGen to support AAPI restaurants maximize online applications.
Business

Asian Hustle Week is here for Small Business Owners!

Asian Hustle Network together with Comcast brings you Asian Hustle Week on July 27 and 29!
Community

Leadership with Backbone and Heart: Teen Version

Do you want your teenager child hone their leadership skills? Have them join Padma Mangharam-Siap in this program as she integrates IQ and EQ, touching both mind and heart.
Community

AWARE for All – Midwest Webinar

Join fellow Chicago community members for CISCRP’s AWARE for All – Midwest free virtual event on the importance of clinical research while entering for a chance to win a Fitbit Versa 2 health and wellness watch.
Community

OCA Virtual Summit: Building Hope Through Solidarity

Building Hope Through Solidarity" is a virtual three-day summit consisting of plenaries, workshops, and entertainment for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and allies across the country.
Arts/Entertainment

AREAA Greater Chicago Presents: The Paper Tigers

The Asian Real Estate Association of America presents a screening of The Paper Tigers movie!
Arts/Entertainment

Asian American Playwrights Perspective: ​An Introduction

This introductory playwriting course is designed for Asian Pacific Island Desi Americans to develop their theatrical voices.