Sunday May 10th, 2020
Message from President
Let’s not forget to thank mothers all over the world for everything they do, Happy Mother’s Day!
As we continue to honor Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage, the newsletter continues to recognize the
contributions of AAPI individuals. We hope you enjoy seeing something different and new! Stay connected and be safe!
How Light Morning Workouts
Can Improve Your Day
Tai Chi is often described as “meditation in motion”. As a form of exercise, Tai Chi combines gentle physical exercise and
stretching with mindfulness. It can improve balance control, fitness, flexibility, and may reduce the risk of falls in older people.
Add 10 minutes of Tai Chi Routine in your morning schedule as soon as you wake up. You will feel refreshed and energized all day as promised.
Here’s the YouTube video created by Master Wong you can try out.
Master Wong also provides videos of tai chi, martial arts, self-defense, and many more! Check them out!
A sweet and light dessert on a hot day!
Silky, creamy and tasting of pure coconut, it’s a dreamy treat for those who seek coconut’s sublet flavor.
Haupia (pronounced how-pee-ah) tastes of pure coconut because it’s made with only four ingredients:
freshly grated coconut or full fat coconut milk, cornstarch, sugar and water.
It’s very easy to make. Try it, you won’t regret it!
Asian Deaf Owned Small Business Spotlight
Asian Deaf Artist, Ka-yun, specializes in two different types of medium, watercolors/gouache and digital illustration.
Check out more of her artwork on her official website, www.blunarwhale.com.
She also accepts custom orders! If you need a greeting card or wedding announcement, contact
Life is better when you’re laughing.
The complicated life of a first-generation Indian-American teenager.
Never Have I Ever is an American coming of age comedy-drama television series starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan
and created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher. The comedy is partially based on Kaling’s real childhood story, growing up in the Boston area.
In his debut stand-up special, Good Deal, Jimmy will tell you all about his take on Asian representation, how he learned to
speak English from rap videos, dating tall women, and pursuing his dreams only to disappoint his old school Chinese parents.
Reading is dreaming with open eyes.
By Ali Wong
The book talks about Ali Wong’s heartfelt and hilarious letters to her daughters, covering everything they need to know in life,
like the unpleasant details of dating, how to be a working mom in a male-dominated profession, and how she trapped their dad.
Gratitude and coconut oil changes everything!
Pacific Islanders swear by coconut oil for their skin and hair care.
Using Coconut Oil has many benefits for your beauty routine.
Coconut oil can be used for:
1. dry and damaged hair treatment
2. make up remover
3. body scrub (with a tablespoon of ground coffee)
4. body moisturizer
5. frizz tamer
6. shaving balm
7. face mask (combined with honey)
9. exfoliating lip scrub
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!
Recommend a feature? Email email@example.com
Created by PR Director, Lan Ngo