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APAAROC P.I.E. 2013 Honorees

Project Sponsors  
Project Team

This project integrates photography with technology to tell the life stories of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) who have made significant contributions as Pioneers, Innovators and Entrepreneurs to benefit their communities and society at large. Through the use of a mobile exhibit and the ability to access information via technology, we are all  pleased and proud to highlight the good works of local APAs in the Greater Rochester Area. We hope to foster and encourage APAs to take prominent leadership in strengthening and appreciating our community's resources and diversity.

During APA Heritage Month, our kick-off celebration begins with recognizing these five honorees. We invite the community to nominate other prominent APA nominees in their respective categories to be showcased in the future. Click here to submit a nomination.

"See Us Now...Greater Rochester's Asian American Community" premieres December 10, 2013 through Monday, January 27, 2014, Mon-Fri., 9 am - 5 pm., Rochester City Hall Link Gallery, 30 Church Street. Free Admission. Don't miss it -- looking back at the APA community over the past ten years!

If you are unable to view the exhibit in-person, you can go online for the APAA OnCell Tour (available for a limited time.)

Edline Chun
Ruben M. Garcia
Brijen K. Gupta  
Hkadin Lahtaw Lee  
Masanori Seto 
 

APAA would like to thank our program sponsors and acknowledge our project team members.

This APAAROC P.I.E. Photography Project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester.

This (event, project, program) is made possible with funds from the
Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council
on the Arts, administered by the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater
Rochester.This (event, project, program) is made possible with funds from the
Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council
on the Arts, administered by the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater
Rochester.

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