Happy APA Heritage Month 2012!
Of course, around here at triscribe, everyday is APA Heritage. My alma mater already observed APA Month last month, since this time of year is finals. Go study, kids. But, the rest of us can have fun.
And, sure, it’s now officially APA Heritage Month (as President Obama has declared – see here, for this post over at Angry Asian Man blog, sharing the Obama proclamation and fascinating content from various federal resources (the Library of Congress, Smithsonian, National Archives, etc.).
From our friends and colleagues at the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY): a terrific list of events this month.
This Saturday, April 14, 2012: the CAPA 33rd Annual Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Festival, over in Brooklyn in DUMBO (Water St. and Anchorage Place), 11am to 5pm.
Oh, and do check out “America Revealed,” on PBS, wherein Yul Kwon did a great job as a host in covering the various systems in America – our transportation, our energy, our food system, and our manufacturing. Not that this is an APA thing or a lawyer thing, but Yul Kwon – he’s the man…!