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Must Visit Cambodian Establishments Around Chicago

For this feature we’d like to highlight some establishments of our Cambodian brothers and sisters so that we may take a glimpse into their culture and lifestyle. Here are some places around Chicago that is worth visiting.
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Filipino DJs to get the Party Started

We’re providing you with a complete list of Filipino DJs that you could definitely hire for your next wild event! Check them out!
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AAPI Inclusive Films for the Holidays!

Some films are not set during Christmas nor about Christmas. What the list offers is a collection of feel-good movies that can contribute to your hallowed festivity!
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Illi Ferandez: Rekindling with Her Identity Through Art

Learn about Illi Ferandez, a Chicago-based, Fil-Am Digital Illustrator and her noble perspective in art, as she creates pieces that are relatable to her identity, reflecting her true authentic self.
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Theater Seesaw: How Balancing Strengthened Director Jonald Reyes

See what Director Jonald Reyes from The Second City has to say about balancing--making the most in every opportunity and reaping as much as you can.
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The Shoot: How “No Place Like Kasama” Came To Be

Tenacity, resilience, and a strong will to break the mold are just some of the great things that describe Asians in general. As AAPI month comes to a close, we saved the best for last. 
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The BTS Force: LA turned into ARMY's City for 4 Days

After two years of COVID-19 pandemic, BTS finally came back to perform groundbreaking music and send intense purple love to their ARMY all around the world—starting at the center of music and madness, Los Angeles!
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Rock on with Ji-Young: Sesame Street's first-ever Asian American muppet

Sesame Street debuts its first-ever Asian American muppet—Ji-Young!