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.
The pull to help others and imprint on making a difference is stronger than one’s own desire to attain something just for themselves. For others, this calling comes later in life, but to the very unique few, this calling happens much earlier. Roxanne Volkmann happens to be one of those few who was called to serve others when she was just a young 19-year-old.
As the two-year Comcast RISE program comes to its close, Comcast celebrates having provided over $110 million in monetary, marketing, and technology grants to strengthen and empower small businesses owned by people of color and women.
Love stretches far beyond romantic antics and fairytale-like happy endings. It’s a contagious concept rooted with deep compassion towards one another. If you think about it, love starts with compassion. This happens to be the main focus of Tina Wong, owner and founder of Grace and Ivory.
Asian American Coalition of Chicago stands as one of the longest-standing organizations that bring Asian Americans together in the city. They are also known for their annual Lunar New Year celebrations.
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