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Czieloh Villajin

Community

Chicago Asian Network Honors #AsiansWhoCAN

In celebration of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are casting a spotlight on unsung modern-day heroes in our community with our latest campaign, #AsiansWhoCAN, and celebrating all our wins as a community with #iCAN.
Food

A Legacy Seasoned with Spice

In many Asian households, kitchen secrets have been passed down through generations to keep their family legacy ablaze. For the Chu family, this secret came in the form of a unique chili oil, which was eventually called Chumami.
Politics

TEAACH Act to Paint a Complete Picture of the U.S. History

Hate crimes are going rampant alongside the coronavirus. To mitigate fear and unreasonable acts, Chicago lawmakers turn to a tested solution: education.
Business

A Filipino’s Recipe for Gratitude

Discover Michael Williams’ tale of adaptation—best signified by SALAMAT Cookies!™ that specializes in Filipino-inspired flavors and recipes.
Arts/Entertainment

Reigniting a Dream with a Push from the Asian American Community

Justin Leong, a man who was swayed by the demands of life, has found a chance to face his fugly side: making a lot of excuses to remain in his comfort zone. Finally, he overcame this last June 2020 by simply taking a pencil to begin his comics called The Fugly Dumpling which now has a whopping 19,000+ readers.
Politics

White Privilege on Display at Capitol Hill

The pro-Trump riot resulted in many injuries and loss of lives due to some glaring issues surrounding the very foundation of U.S. democracy: white supremacy and greed.
Arts/Entertainment

The K-Pop Groups We Stan

The popularity of K-Pop has created opportunities to form close communities which are filled with hot discussions about personal biases, concert dates, tours, merchandise, and more! Wondering what all the excitement is about? We didn’t want you to miss out on the fun so we’re giving a quick roundup of these groups and some of their popular songs!
Business

The Future of Restaurants: Infinet

CEO and Founder of Infinet, Lucas Liu, started a company to provide AI-driven self-ordering kiosks for quick service restaurants (QSRs), effectively replacing their manual registers.