Beyond the celebration of our Asian Pacific American heritage in 2021, we find us as a community having to deal with strong hate and anti-Asian sentiment. We will attempt to come together to address this issue while embracing our heritage.
In a year in which public gatherings to observe Lunar New Year will not be happening, Joy Ruckus Club 3 will fill the void and enable the masses to congregate virtually to celebrate the Year of the Ox through music.
While celebrations may look different this year, the meaning still holds true--to ring in the beginning of spring and wish good fortune to loved ones. Join ACEL on February 18, 2021 to virtually celebrate the festival and ensure good luck for the rest of the year!
Join the celebration on Argyle Street this February as Uptown continues its annual tradition of celebrating the Lunar New Year! You can usher in the Year of the Ox by exploring Argyle's unique offerings of cuisine, goods, and services while enjoying a burst of red lanterns hanging along the street from Broadway to Sheridan.
Taking our celebration online has opened our Gala to attendees from around the world! Guests will be able to log in from anywhere to enjoy our WEEK-LONG celebration, honoring CASL’s co-founder and former President Bernie Wong with a Lifetime Achievement Award. As co-chair of CASL’s Advisory Board and organizational supporter for nearly two decades, Emmy award-winning anchor Judy Hsu of ABC-7 will be returning as the evening’s emcee.
The Center for Asian Pacific American Women (CAPAW), in collaboration with National ACE, OCA National, and AAPI community-based organizations throughout the nation, are pleased to host a very special conversation with several courageous women (and their brave families).
We are excited to invite you to join us in celebrating our recent merger and the work set before us. The Gala will be full of music, dancing, food, drinks, prizes, and awards with over 300 community members expected in attendance.
To celebrate the hardwork of our community leaders and volunteers, Asian American Advancing Justice l Chicago will hosting a volunteer appreciation day called "I Heart Community". Join us for a night of food, drinks, and music.
The Philippines will be represented along with 22 other countries during its Opening Ceremony on Saturday, May 19 from 1:05-2PM at the outside stage. A cultural performance by the Filipino Kali Eskrima Academy
On Sunday, September 23, World Music Festival meets the World Dumpling Fest at Navy Pier's Polk Bros Park Performance Lawn to deliver food, culture and international performances from 1 until 7:30 p.m. as part of a special collaboration with Navy Pier, Chicago Cultural Alliance and DCASE.
In a contemporary context, public monuments such as Ivan Mestrovic’s The Bowman and The Spearman (1928), which depict “Native Americans” but were created by a non-Native artist and without a first-voice perspective, are viewed by some as inaccurate representations of Native American people.
The Festival of colors announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring. It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season, festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of social merriment.
Join us for our most highly anticipated event of the year, an evening of South Asian food, culture, dance, song, and all-around fun—come watch your friends light up the stage in UChicago's biggest and grandest cultural event ever!
The Xilin Lantern Festival is an annual cultural event produced by the Chicago Huaxing Arts Troupe and sponsored by the Naperville SECA fund and local businesses & corporations. This event is composed of two parts: a Games & Activity Fair in the afternoon and a stage performance in the early evening.