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AAS Award Ceremony

  • May 02, 2024
  • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • HL Peninsula Restaurant, 136 Ranch Dr, Milpitas, CA 95035

Join Asian American Stories (AAS) for their Asian American Stories Award Ceremony, a celebration of the vibrant and diverse narratives of the Asian American community. This in-person event will take place on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at 5:30 pm PDT at HL Peninsula Restaurant in Milpitas. 

The ceremony will celebrate those storytellers who submitted videos for the AAS Video Contest, "All of Us Belong Here," a powerful platform for Asian Americans to share their stories and redefine belonging. Be prepared to be inspired and moved by the powerful stories that will be recognized and honored at this special occasion.

A diverse panel of judges will select a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner for each division (Adult & Youth). There will also be a Viewers Choice Winner per division, where a prize will be awarded to the most popular entry as selected by the viewers. Viewers can vote for their favorite video(s) daily thru April 15 at contestants.aastories.org.

CHCP is a proud sponsor of the AAS Video Contest and Award Ceremony. In addition, several CHCP members have submitted videos for the contest (please view and vote daily for their videos here thru April 15):

  • Co-Founder/Trustee Gerrye Wong - on her feelings about belonging as she grew up and later co-founded CHCP to promote Chinese history and culture
  • Co-Vice President Dr. Arthur Jue - on retired ABC Reporter David Louie's speech made at CHCP's Membership Dinner
  • Advisory Board Member Ron Chan - two videos on his parents' experiences
  • Member Min Zhou - one video on the Chinese Women of the Delta, another on Gerry Low-Sabado and the Abalone Village
  • Advisory Board Member James Chiao - on Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN)


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