This talk discussed Chinese publishing's distinctive characteristics in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The tenth anniversary of the APIA (Asian Pacific Islander American) Biography Project launches APIA Heritage Month at the San Francisco Public Library with a kickoff event honoring past and present APIA politicians.
Commemorate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with a captivating event in conjunction with the ongoing exhibit Excluded/Inclusion: The Work of Chen Lok Lee.
This week long series of events features a strong Native Hawaiian component hosted by Pouhana o Nā Wāhi.
David Oh makes a theoretical argument for “whitewashing” as an erasure of difference that centers and makes visible White subjectivity.
Please join Drexel's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design for an afternoon with costume designer Harriet Jung (Dancin' on Broadway, New York City Ballet).
Join us for a short film screening and panel discussion hosted by Drexel's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.
Charles Yu, author of Interior Chinatown (the 2023 One Book One Philadelphia!) in conversation with illustrator and writer Gene Luen Yang, author of American Born Chinese.
This workshop will include an overview of a multimodal website intended to teach about the Japanese American incarceration, its history, its inhabitants, and the social and political climate surrounding Executive Order 9066.
This panel brings together the authors of four new books in Asian American media and cultural studies to examine historical, ethnographic, feminist, transpacific, and queer of color approaches.
Join us for this joint-sponsored event with APALA (Asian Pacific American Librarians Association) and CALA (Chinese American Librarians Association) to add, create and edit Wikipedia entries on Asian and Pacific American and Canadian librarians and library workers! Watch the May 10 event recording via YouTube!
By examining two case studies on how the Chinese diaspora became central in shaping biomedicine in China and Taiwan from 1937 to 1970, Dr. Soon will make a case for a new historical concept of global medicine.
Held in the San Francisco Bay Area, CAAMFest is the nation's largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films.
Annual festival featuring children's books, young adult, and adult authors, vendors, performers, and more, from across the Asian diaspora.
Festival of Nations is a celebration of international culture and tradition featuring a showcase of music, games and activities, art, and tastes of international cuisines from Drexel’s international graduate students and organizations.
Influential and award-winning children’s authors discuss their approach to writing, honing their craft , and the importance of telling stories that celebrate the Chinese American and diasporic experience.
Dr. Grace S. Fong, Professor of Chinese Literature and R.C. & E.Y. Lee Chair in Chinese Cultural Studies at McGill University, will introduce the Ming Qing Women’s Writings digital archive and database project.
South Asian America in the Classroom addresses the need for resources to support the teaching of South Asian American histories in college classrooms.
Join the L.A. Public Library to hear about the library's newest database: My China Roots.
This 2023 U.S. Book Show livestreamed session will feature authors, creators and librarians and center Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander voices, books, cultures and experiences.
Join the Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) and the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) for a webinar featuring author Susan Blumberg-Kason.
Join the Philadelphia Mayor's Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, Office of Public Engagement, and the Office of Immigrant Affairs in celebrating National Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!
Join the San José State University School of Information for its symposium in recognition of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
In celebration of Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage month, DAPME (Drexel Asian Pacific Islander Middle Eastern Employees) and Westphal IDEA invite the community to Pan-AsianFest for food and fellowship.
Enjoy food from different Asian countries and free Boba tea while learning from cultural presentations and games!
Upcoming virtual events for Asian/Pacific American/Canadian Heritage Month shared for and from members of APALA (Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association) and CALA (Chinese American Librarians Association).
Event highlights compiled by The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Nationwide events celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders.
(2022): Linked is a lineup of free live virtual events organized by Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association members from across the country (and Canada). Enjoy these author talks, cooking demos, information panels and more. [Via APALA member Michelle Lee.]
The ASA is an organization that aims to spread awareness of Asian heritage for the benefit of the Drexel community.
Award-winning chef and culinary instructor Clara Park will lead us in making delicious Korean bibimbap. Hosted by the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Join Al-Bustan and Philadelphia Arabs for our annual Arab Community Day at Penn Treaty Park.
Admission is free, and there will be live cultural entertainment, Asian arts and crafts, and Asian food vendors.
This presentation will honor the history, culture, and contributions of Asian Pacific Americans as well as recognize the issues affecting the AANHPI community and how we can all show up as agents of change for ourselves as well as others.
Live panel discussion with producers and people featured in the WHYY Specials, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders: A Philadelphia Story.
The City of Philadelphia invites you to join the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in an evening of dance, music, and an incredibly special opportunity to hear from two national icons, Jeff Yang and Phil Yu.
An Authentic Lens: Understanding and Supporting the Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Community. Hosted by San Jose State University. [Link expired.]
Join us for an event with the curator of the exhibit, Dr. Chang C. Chen, Ph.D., J.D. [Link expired.]
Join us as we celebrate under-told Chinese American stories and understand their place in our rich tapestry.
The UC Berkeley Library invites you to a virtual celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. [Link expired.]
Discover special items from the New York Public Library's research collections centered on themes of immigration and assimilation, community, food, and AAPI activism. [Link expired.]
Join New Day Films for a discussion unpacking the different aspects of AAPI identity.
Join Jackson District Library to discuss the preservation and celebration of panelists' culinary heritages.
Join a panel of mixed-race Asian Pacific Islanders who will talk about how they navigate their identity and create community. [Link expired.]
Hoʻokele Naʻauao: A Hawaiian Librarianship Symposium 2022. This year focused on "ʻĀina: Sources & Systems".
This online program was available for on-demand viewing via the Hennepin County Library from May 1 until May 30, 2022.
Los Angeles Public Library events celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders in May 2022.