Skip to Login Skip to Content Skip to Secondary Navigation

Christine Mae Mayo commented on the event 12th Annual Sino Tayo

Hālau O Kekuhi

Saturday, Apr 28, 7 pm
ASU Gammage (Tempe)

Celebrated for their mastery of the 'aiha'a style of hula (dance) and oli (chant), don't miss Hālau o Kekuhi performing at ASU Gammage

For tickets: 

This event does not require an RSVP.

Hālau O Kekuhi Open Rehearsal

Friday, Apr 27, 12 pm
ASU Gammage (Tempe)

Get a free behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming ASU Gammage BEYOND performance of Hālau O Kekuhi

Will you be attending?

Hapa Narratives: The Mixed Race Asian Experience

Tuesday, Apr 24, 6:30 pm
Memorial Union 226 (Tempe)

In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, join Students Identifying Multiracial/Biracial at ASU (SIMBA) for an interactive roundtable on the experiences of mixed race Asians. 

Whether you would like to share your personal experiences or just come to listen and learn, all are invited to this event. 

Food will be provided. 

Will you be attending?

"And They Came For Us" Film and Discussion

Tuesday, Apr 24, 6:30 pm
Health North, room 110 (Downtown)

Hosted by Center for the Study of Race and Democracy

Seventy-five years ago, Executive Order 9066 paved the way to the profound violation of constitutional rights that resulted in the forced incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans due to war hysteria and racism. Featuring those who were incarcerated, rediscovered photos of Dorothea Lange and the story of Fred Korematsu’s long journey to justice, "And Then They Came For Us" brings history into the present, as it follows Japanese...

This event does not require an RSVP.

Poly-nesian Festival

Thursday, Apr 19, 4 pm
SDFC Fields (Polytechnic)

Hosted by ASU Polytechnic Housing. Enjoy food, a live performance, and interactive activities.


This event does not require an RSVP.

Colors of Asia

Tuesday, Apr 17, 7 pm
Neeb Hall, room 105, 920 S. Forest Mall, Tempe, Arizona 85287

Delta Chi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Beta Chapter will be hosting at fashion show event at ASU in celebration of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM)! This event will be showcasing various fashions of Asian cultures and educating others about "Cultural AppropriASIAN", the overall theme of APAHM planned by the Asian Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition (AAPASC). There will also be performances and giveaways.Come join us for an evening of color! Be a MODEL! Please...

This event does not require an RSVP.

12th Annual Sino Tayo

Saturday, Apr 14, 5 pm
Hanley Hall Community Center at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 1800 E Libra Dr Tempe, AZ 85283

The Philippine American Student Association is proud to announce our 12th Annual Sino Tayo, featuring our special guest JR AQUINO! Join ASU PASA for a night filled with food, music, culture, prizes, and a multitude of performances for one of the biggest nights of APA Heritage Month! This event is family-friendly and open to all who would like to attend. *This is a semi-formal event* Doors open 5PM Event starts 6PM LOCATION: Hanley Hall Community Center at the Church of the Holy...

This event does not require an RSVP.


Christine Mae Mayo

This sounds exciting! I can't wait to meet my fellow kababayan:)

OCA Leadership Summit

Friday, Apr 13, 10 am
Intel Corporation, 5000 W Chandler Blvd, Chander, AZ 85226

OCA and Asian Business Leaders Association (ABLA) are collaborating on an event for an opportunity to meet different Asian leaders in business in order to gain insight and advice on how to become leaders in the workforce. See companies such as Intel, UPS, Boeing, and many more for networking opportunities and connections. This event will be held at Intel Headquarters in Chandler and is completely free, food provided as well!

Visit our Facebook page for updates!

This event does not require an RSVP.

Glo-Ball Night

Thursday, Apr 12, 7 pm
Student Pavilion, Senita Ballroom A

Glo-ball Night is annual event hosted by the Coalition of International Students to appreciate the support we received from our partner organizations throughout the academic year. The goal of the event aligns with our mission here at the Coalition of International Students, that is to help everyone explore international cultural at ASU. This event will feature a light dinner for participants and will end with an open dance floor after the new Executive Board gets inducted.

This event does not require an RSVP.

Passport to Asia

Monday, Apr 9, 5 pm
Kiva Courtyard (West)

Passport to Asia is a collaborative event between the Committee for Campus Inclusion and the International Food and Culture Club to provide a unique experience to attendees that expose them to food, culture, and traditions of selected Asian nations.

This event does not require an RSVP.

True Colors

Monday, Apr 9, 10 am
POD/VDP Fletcher Lawn (West)

You are more than just a label! Come join Pacific Islander and Asian American Association(PIAAA) & Spectrum as we honor both Asian Pacific Islander Month and Pride Week by hosting True Colors. We will be having students paint their racial & gender stereotypes that they want to see bought to the light. In the end, our goal is to have our canvas covered in stereotypes then, painted with colors because we are brighter than our stereotypes.

This event does not require an RSVP.

A Taste of Vietnam: Saigon Dep Lam

Friday, Apr 6, 6:30 pm
C-Fu Gourmet, 2051 W Warner Road, Chandler 85224

ASU Vietnamese Student Association's First Annual Cultural Gala: A Taste of Vietnam - Saigon Dep Lam (Saigon Is Beautiful)

ASU VSA is coming together with clubs at ASU and professionals  in the Arizona community to host a cultural gala. The purpose of the gala is to unite a segmented Vietnamese community, aspire and incentivize current and future ASU students to assist in annualizing this gala, and to provide other clubs with a platform to gain exposure within ASU and the...

This event does not require an RSVP.

HPIC's 3rd Annual Lū'au: Rise of the Islands

Saturday, Apr 7, 6 pm
Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Hanley Hall, 1800 E Libra Dr. Tempe, AZ

Join the Hawai'i and Pacific Islander Club (HPIC) for our annual lū'au! Every year, we bring the spirit of the Pacific Islands to Arizona by congregating together for food, dance, and memories. This year we celebrate the myths and legends surrounding the birth and rise of the Polynesian islands. 

Pre-sale tickets are $15.

VIP tickets are $25.

More information will be released on March 1st!

Check out our Facebook page for the most up to date...

Will you be attending?

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Kick-Off

Monday, Apr 2, 11:30 am
Memorial Union, North Stage (Tempe)

Join AAPASC and member organizations to kick-off ASU’s celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

Visit for all the events at ASU

Will you be attending?

How to Be a Bad Asian: Finding Your Path

Wednesday, Apr 18, 3:30 pm
Devils Oasis, College Avenue Commons, 660 S College Avenue Tempe AZ 85281

This event does not require an RSVP.

AAPASC Presents stand-up comedian: Jenny Yang

Wednesday, Apr 18, 6 pm
Memorial Union, Turquoise Room 220

The Asian/Asian Pacific American Students’ Coalition welcomes stand-up comedian Jenny Yang, (see bio below) for a performance during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! RSVP:

Jenny Yang is a Los Angeles-based writer, actor and stand up comedian who produces the first-ever, mostly female, Asian American standup comedy tour, Disoriented Comedy, and The Comedy Comedy Festival: A...

This event does not require an RSVP.

Yi-Chun Ho commented on the event The HERstory of Asian American Women

APAHM Kick Off

Monday, Apr 3, 11:30 am
MU North Stage

The purpose of the Kick off event for the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is to be able to excite the ASU community that the official month’s celebration has begun. During APA Heritage month, it highlights the diversity and cultural awareness on campus. Kick off energizes the students and faculty of Arizona State University by providing engaging entertainment and information of what the entire month has in store. As one of the Asian/ Asian Pacific American Students Coalition’s annual...

Will you be attending?

The HERstory of Asian American Women

Tuesday, Mar 21, 5 pm
MU 242

A joint roundtable on Asian American women; we will be discussing on the history of Asian American women and their portrayal in the media. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.

A joint collaboration sponsored by AAPASC and Womyn's Coalition.

Will you be attending?


Saream NMN Sang

I was just wondering if you'll be hosting a similar event such as this one again -- in the near future.

Yi-Chun Ho

Hi Saream,
We are definitely wanting to host another event that's similar to this during this school year. Look out for that, especially towards Spring of 2018, as we'll be looking to partner with the Womyn's Coalition again!

Culture Night: Modern Asian

Friday, Apr 1, 6 pm
Arizona Ballroom

Asian/Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition will be hosting their annual culture night event on April 1st in the Arizona Ballroom of the Memorial Union at ASU at 6pm. Our theme this year is the Far East Network in celebration of the Asian American breakthrough in the media this year.  We will have performances from our member organizations (VSA, CAPA, KODE, ABLA, CHUSA, DChiL, PASA, SJP, Arizona Tzuching and so many more)!  We will also have FREE food, FREE raffles, and games...

Will you be attending?

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Cultural Awareness Day

Monday, Apr 11, 11:30 am
Hayden Lawn

Did you know that roughly 60% of the Earth's population lives in Asia?

Come join us and learn about many different Asian cultures from our own Arizona State University students! There will be food, live music, and performances, so visit us at Hayden Lawn and learn and experience something new!

Will you be attending?

APAHM Spotlight: Poreotics Dance Crew

Tuesday, Apr 19, 6 pm

As a part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Poreotics will be coming to ASU for a Q+A session, performance, meet and greet, and dance workshop!

Poreotics is an Asian American all-male dance crew from Westminster, California. The crew was formed in 2007 by Matthew "Dumbo" Nguyen and specializes in popping, choreography and robotics, hence the name Po-reo-tics. They have performed in numerous hip hop dance competitions, most notably coming in 1st place in the USA division of...

Will you be attending?