Sunday May 3rd, 2020
Message from President
May is here!
It is a month of Asian American/Pacific Islander heritage.
We offer the newsletter with cultural insight, highlights on AAPI individuals,
and of course, recommendations for your day to stay productive.
Stay entertained at home and be safe!
There is no path to happiness: Happiness is the path.
This restaurant focuses on vegan dishes!
Well known for their healthy food and love, many customers continued to return!
Check their Instagram for updates.
Owned by a Japanese couple, Akira and Ana.
The place for diverse storytelling
made by creators from all over the world
If you aren’t familiar with WebToon, it is a website where creators can share their content to everyone.
From comedy to drama to horror, there’s always something for you!
You can also download the app from your smartphone.
Vice President’s Recommendation:
The God of High School
Life is a combination of
magic and noodles.
(Korean Cold Noodles)
Mul Naengmyeon is a Korean cold noodles served in a chilled broth made from beef and/or Korean radish water kimchi (dongchimi).
The noodles are also topped with sliced cucumbers, Korean pears, pickled radishes, boiled beef and egg.
Very refreshing on a hot day!
Here’s the YouTube video you can watch and learn.
The ointment that cures
Tiger Balm, first invented in Burma, is the world’s leading analgesic remedy that works where it hurts.
It has been trusted by generations to provide care, healing and comfort for nearly 100 years.
With its unique formulation specially made with herbal ingredients which are proven safe and effective,
Tiger Balm’s healing properties and soothing relief for aches and pain restore balance
to modern hectic lifestyles, and give a sense of wellness to body and mind.
Get your Anime fix, there’s something for everyone!
(If you like Train to Busan, watch this Korean anime)
Experience the beauties of nature, and in doing so learn about yourself.
Ever want to learn more about Japanese culture?
Satoshi, born deaf and raised in Japan,
shares educational vlogs on a variety of topics!
(Recommended by Derrian, thank you!)
Want to Share ASL Stories?
This is your opportunity to sign stories in American Sign Language!
Great for kids to watch and stay entertained during this period. Do you want to submit your storytelling vlogs?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and guidelines.
We would love to see more Asian stories in ASL!
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Created by PR Director, Lan Ngo