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Not doing anything on January 5th? Come to Japanese American National Musuem for family-friendly activities! 
Flyer transcript: SCADA invites you to join us at a family festival with crafts, food, cultural activities, and performances!! Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
2020 Oshogatsu Family Festival Year is the Rat
Visit http://www.janm.org/events/2020/oshogatsufest/
for complete schedule and to RSVP
Save the date! Sunday, January 5, 2020
11AM-5PM
PSA: Tickets are now available to purchase online for our annual LNY Banquet! Seats are limited, so don’t waste any time waiting! Vlog coming soon...
Direct link:
https://scadausa.org/product/2020-lunar-new-year-banquet-ticket/
#scadalny2020
Saturday Boba Night at Bobateaque, thanks to everyone that came to support us!
ID - Huge group of people posing for a picture inside a small boba tea cafe.
Exciting news! Save the date for our Lunar New Year celebration hosted at Malaysian restaurant in Orange County on February 8! Stay tuned for more details.
#scadalny2020
Hello San Diegans! SCADA will have a fundraiser social at 55 Thai Kitchen after the Deafestival this coming Saturday. We look forward to meeting you all!
October DANO will be coming to Orange County! Come drink boba with us on the 19th. 20% of funds will proceed to SCADA.
For any questions/concerns please email us at info@scadausa@org.
September DANO fundraiser at @hiccupsteahouse last Friday
#DANO #scadausa
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A special message for you about LNY Banuqet 2020 from Moon Feris - A special message for you about LNY Banquet 2020 from Moon Feris!
Video Transcript:
M Hi! My name is Moon Feris. I am excited to be one of two presenters for SCADA’s Lunar New Year Banquet on February 8th. Where will the banquet be? At a Malaysian restaurant called Belcan Grill. It has delicious food and I love it there. I always go there often. 
I will present about my identity as I am mixed race, as I grew up in Australia and was born in Malaysia.  My Mum is Australian and my Dad is Chinese. I am a mix of both so both cultures within me as well. I will explain more about it because people look at me and think I am Asian but I am also white as well. 
I am excited to meet all of you. Bye!
ID: A Deaf woman with blonde hair in a black top with see-through sleeves. Behind her is cream colored wall with a white curtain. Next to her is a silver refrigerator with a plant on top of it.
Direct link to purchase tickets:
https://scadausa.org/product/2020-lunar-new-year-banquet-ticket/

A special message for you about LNY Banuqet 2020 from Moon Feris

A special message for you about LNY Banquet 2020 f...

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A Deaf Malaysian female in a black top with three buttons with a gray blazer. Behind her is a wall of bricks.
Video Transcript:
Hello! My name is Yokie Leong. Sign name is (“ily” gesture sign w/ forefinger meeting thumb). I’m excited to announce I’m one of two guest speakers. What for? SCADA’s Lunar New Year event hosted on February 8. What am I going to talk about? My culture, Malaysia. Born and raised in Malyasia, moved to America when I was 13. What do I miss the most about Malaysia? The food! Anyways, event at Belacan Grill Malaysian Bistro starts at 11:30AM to 3…no it will be extend to 4PM giving us extra time to socialize and catch up with new and old faces. It will be buffet style where you can taste a variety of delicious dishes. Have you been to Malaysia and eat there? Come and please buy your ticket online at www.scadausa.org See you soon!

ID: A Deaf Malaysian female in a black top with t...

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A special message from SCADA to you!
Ginny Nyholm-Membership Director: Hello, happy holidays to you!
Leo Samaniego-Secretary/Social Media Manager: Hello! I want to wish you happy holidays and  a happy new year. Look forward to what’s coming in 2020!
Laura Kim-San Diego Representative: Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! Hope you, families, and friends cherish and enjoy this time together. 
Lan Ngo-Public Relations Director: Hi beautiful souls.. Happy Holidays! Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas! Happy 2020! Hope you have a wonderful, positive, exciting, and beautiful year ahead of you. Love and Light.
Jan Wong-Fundraising Director: Hello everyone! Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to you!
Derrian Tabilin-Inland Empire Representative: Happy holidays! I hope you, your friends, family, and loved ones all the best in 2020! 
Christine Page-Event Planning Director: I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, 2020! 
Grace Chelita- Los Angeles County Representative: Merry Christmas!
Craig Lam-Treasurer: Happy Holidays and stay warm! 
Kimberly Han-Vice President: Hope you will have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends! Have fun. Be safe. See you next year in 2020! 
Ida Mojahedi-President: Hello! What’s going on now? It’s that time of the year to cherish your time with family and friends. I want to wish you a Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.

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Last DANO of 2019! - December is here which means 2019 is ending soon. Come celebrate with us at Angel City Brewery in Downtown Los Angeles! Flyer coming soon. 
ID: Kimberly, an Asian woman is wearing gray sweatshirt and red glasses. Behind her is a purple-gray wall.
Transcript: Hello! I’m Kimberly, Vice President for Southern California Asian Deaf Association. I can’t believe I haven’t vlogged in a while. Wow, 2019 is ending soon. Time is going fast! We want to celebrate our holidays together, with you of course! It will be at Angel City Brewery in DTLA on December 28th at 4PM. It’s up to you to stay until the closing time. You can bring your children! To get there, you can take train. Take Gold line and get off at Little Tokyo/DTLA and walk few blocks until you see ACB. Hope to see you there! Bye!

Last DANO of 2019!

December is here which means 2019 is ending soon. ...

Hello everyone!! Want to let you know that the next event is DANO Boba Night. It’s on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 7 to 11 pm at night in Alhambra, California. Have no plan? Come, join us socializing, and have a good time! Hope to see you there!
ID: Light skinned Vietnamese female with dark brown hair wearing dark red shirt. Behind her is a light blue wall.

Hello everyone!! Want to let you know that the nex...

Lunar New Year Banquet 2020: Ticket Prices - Happy Friday, here’s the vlog for more information relating to our LNY event!
Direct Link for tickets: https://scadausa.org/product/2020-lunar-new-year-banquet-ticket/
ID: Light-skinned Asian man in a black shirt with SCADA logo. Behind him is a white wall next to a door. 
Video Transcript: 
Hi! My name is Craig Lam. I am SCADA treasurer. We announce that wehave the ticket prices for Lunar New Year Banquet on February 8, 2020. You can purchase ticket online: www.scadausa.org. Early Bird from November 2, 2019 to January 19, 2020: $45 for Members and $50 for Non-Members. $25 for kids from ages 4 to 17. Under 3 years old are free. After Early Bird from January 20, 2020 to February 2, 2020: $49.50 and $55 for Non-Members. $30 for kids. How do the members get 10% discount? The membership director, Ginny Nyholm will send an email with a promo code to the members. When you receive it, just enter the code in the website: scadausa.org. 10% will be discounted. If you don't receive her email after November 10, please contact her at members@scada.org. For any questions regarding the prices, please email events@scadausa.org. Come and have fun together! We hope to see you there at the banquet!

Lunar New Year Banquet 2020: Ticket Prices

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Our new PR director has a message for you all in regards to LNY event!
ID: Light skinned Vietnamese female with dark brown hair wearing dark blue shirt. Behind her is a light blue wall.
Video Transcript:Greetings! My name is Lan Ngo. My position is Public Relations Director. I am here to announce that SCADA will host Lunar New Year Banquet on February 8th, 2020 in the afternoon. The location is in Tustin, California in Orange County. The name of the restaurant is Belacan Grill Malaysian Bistro. The food is entirely authentic and was certified one of the finest foods in Orange County of all time. More information will be announcing soon!

Our new PR director has a message for you all in r...

Good morning,
Christine and Jan share an informative video about Adaptive Fusion Dragonboat for those interested in participating the next two Saturdays, Sept. 7 & 14. 
For more information about Adaptive Fusion Dragonboat, please visit their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AdaptiveFusion/ AND 
https://www.meetup.com/Adaptive-Fusion-Dragon-Boat-Club/
Person of Contact: Jim Derr, Adaptive Fusion Dragonboat Manager
Email: jfkster@aol.com
We recommend parking at the metered lot up to 4 hours. ($3-$4)
Video Transcript: 
Christine:Hello, my name is Christine Page, I’m event planning director for SCADA.
Jan: Hello, my name is Jan Wong. I am public relation director for SCADA.
Jan: I wonder what’s up on Saturday morning on a beautiful day? 
Christine: Oh! We’re here for Adaptive Fusion Dragon boat (both Rowing left/right side.)  
Christine/Jan: It was fun right?! 
Jan: The reason I came because I was just curious and try something physical and fun instead of staying home. Come out to have fun and socialize. The person name is Jim, who is hearing and experienced. Deaf folks wondering and curious how to get involved. It is free except parking. If you are planning to park, it cost 25 cents every 15 minutes. I would suggest you pay minimum for 3 to 4 hours, the total cost around between $3.00 to $4.00. Best to park early in the morning because it will be packed. 
Christine: The first three Saturdays or Sunday event for free. After that, if you are interested to become a member, best to contact person name, Jim. 
Jan: To be a member? what benefits are offered? Do we have to pay now? If so, how much? 
Christine: member pay now until the end of the year is $20. What’s included? Boat, equipment padding, vest, liability insurance. 
Christine: Jim told us just to have fun! That’s all! 
Jan: Yes, it was fun. Let me remind you that Deaf/Blind and hearing folks help work together. Practice was wonderful! They do offer ASL interpreter but sometimes not available. We can communicate  with each other because they can work with us. They have been involved working with individuals with various disabilities. We enjoyed working with them right? 
Christine: I agree, I hope to see you all there
Jan: Yes, come on. You cannot miss this opportunity. There will be another event next Saturday. Please come!

Good morning, Christine and Jan share an informat...

SCADA Summer Gathering at Smith Park - Hello August! Later this month, we'll be hosting a summer gathering at the park. Our new committee member, Emmanuel Pietka, shares a brief vlog of what to expect from the event. You can find the flyer in comments section. Mark you calenders!
[image description: Emmanuel, a Filipino man in late 20s, is wearing a red tee shirt and a straw hat. He's at park, showing different areas including the grass area, tennis courts, swimming pool, baskeball court, playground, and BBQ spot.]
Transcript: Hello let me introduce myself, my name is Emmanuel. Who am I? I'm a committee member of SCADA. What is this place for? Getting together to have a good time to socialize and participate in fun activities during the summer time. Where? It is at Smith Park. Where is it located? It is in San Gar (oops) Gabriel. When? August 24th from 11AM-4PM. Let me show you. SCADA will set up BBQ  over there. Come, there's more to show! There's basketball court, small pool for kids, tennis courts, playground, etc. There'll be more information coming soon! Stay tuned.

SCADA Summer Gathering at Smith Park

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A brief message from our new SCADA president in regards to Beach Day on 07/27 at Long Beach!
[Video Description: Beginning: Ida is standing on the deck wearing a raceback tank top with blue and white stripes with short hair and sunglasses with pale pink frame. Next to Ida, there is a blue and white water shooter with yellow crank. There are blue, green, yellow and white floating jumpers connecting each other on the ocean. There is a giant Saturn-like floater with kids on it. Palm trees and buildings further back in distance.]
TRANSCRIPT: Hello I’m Ida, new president of SCADA. I'm here at Long Beach.  We will have beach day on July 27th. There are floating jumpers, kids can play and swim in water. You can rent kayak and stand up paddle boards. Hope see you here soon, bye!

A brief message from our new SCADA president in re...

Thank you, CAD - Big thanks to one of our three sponsors, CAD (California Association of the Deaf)! In this vlog, CAD President, Kavita Pipalia shares her message. 
June 7th, 2019 is the LAST DAY to buy your gala ticket! 
Link: https://scadausa.org/product/20th-anniversary-ticket/
[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Indian woman with a bit gray and black short hair, is wearing red blouse in the background of green leaves.]
TRANSCRIPT: Hello, my name is Kavita Pipalia, CAD President. Thrilled to sponsor SCADA (Southern California Asian Deaf Association) Gala, wow -- 20 years anniversary!! If you are curious who were past presidents and vice presidents then you have a chance to meet them along with future president, vice president and Board. You all are welcome to come and support! Guess what!! I will perform there! Come! See you there!

Thank you, CAD

Big thanks to one of our three sponsors, CAD (Cali...

Gala Theme - [Image description: Sharon is wearing green top with gray cardigan. Mingchen is wearing yellow sweater with jade necklace. They are wearing glasses and have black hair. Both are standing in front of white wall.]
Video Transcript: 
Mingchen: Hi, I am Minchen Yang, SCADA President. 
Sharon: Hi, my name is Sharon Gough, Vice President. 
Mingchen: As you know, SCADA is hosting 20th Anniversary Gala. When? June 22nd. It's coming soon and we are excited and look forward to it.
Sharon: You know our themes: Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present, and Embrace the Future. We want to express more about these themes and why we come up with them.
Sharon: The reasons behind the theme, Honor the Past was back in 1997 when we met many Asian Deaf at the conference. They want to establish an organization in Southern California. Two years later, we set up this organization to discover their leaderships, cultures, and identities. Since 1999, we continued to encourage Asian Deaf to develop their leaderships, cultures, and identities. 
Mingchen: What's special about the theme, Celebrate the Present? Since 1999, we noticed many Asian Deaf gain their self-esteem, confidence, and pride in themselves. We have witnessed their growth which inspired us to continue our mission for SCADA. Asian Deaf aren't the only ones who receive our support. Deaf people who aren't Asians, they are similar by learning about cultures, values, and traditions. They learn to respect each other. For 20 years of hard work, it's time to celebrate!
Sharon: We will focus on this theme, Embrace the Future. Now we have new generation joining SCADA. They have their new vision for the future to expand SCADA. For new ideas, I will let new President and Vice President share what they are at the gala. We believe that your contribution will help SCADA to continue growing. 
Mingchen: Buy your ticket now! 
Sharon: Where can you buy your ticket? You can purchase your ticket online. 
Mingchen & Sharon: See you there!

Gala Theme

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