Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, ‘No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.’ Award-winning artist and animation director Kongkee asks, “What happens when a soul emerges after 2,000 years from underwater—does it seek out something new? Does it return to familiar places?”
For people whose love language is Acts of Service, being able to add value, subtract stress, divide tasks, and multiply your partner’s productivity is your expression of love. Another good way to show that love is to extend it to our AAPI community. Having a date where both of you share your expertise and serve others is such a meaningful way to celebrate the day of love.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we’re very excited to showcase our affection towards our partner. What better way than to give them something that would be a physical reminder of your devotion to them? Enter the 3rd Love Language in our series, Receiving Gifts.
This Valentine’s Day, express your appreciation by spending some quality time with your loved one. Go to the movies, take a tour, or better yet take them to a nice place for dinner. Nothing beats the classic dinner date, so we’ve listed some Asian Restaurants you ought to visit with your loved one this Valentine’s Day:
Receiving and giving physical contact is important for these people. It doesn’t have to be a consistent display of affection. On a normal day, a simple kiss-on-the-cheek goodbye or hand on the back while walking can be enough. For special occasions like Valentine's Day, perhaps a relaxing massage can be an ideal date.
This isn’t sparkles and candy canes so it may seem unfitting for the holiday season. But for those who appreciate society and diversity–or even just have fun affection for theater plays–watching BALD SISTERS is not a wasted space on your list!
A champion in increasing the Asian presence in American leadership, ACE NextGen, is hosting a two-day conference centered on leveraging the power of relationships for Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) entrepreneurs in the McDonald’s Global Headquarters, Illinois.