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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month occurs every May. These are the events that CAPA-MC has held to celebrate our culture. Learn more about AAPI Month with these articles by NPR!
https://www.npr.org/2022/04/27/1095099700/encore-a-daughters-journey-to-reclaim-her-heritage-language 
https://www.npr.org/2022/05/02/1095812576/aapi-asian-pacific-heritage-month-origin-may-why

Asian American Heritage Month Exhibit

Come and celebrate!

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ART CONTEST

MCPS K-12 Poster Art Contest

2021 Events

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May 21, 2021

An art contest hosted for MCPS students K-12.  It was a joint collaboration sponsored by  the Asian Pacific American Student Achievement Action Group (APASAAG). The prompt was to portray a notable Asian American in their artwork.

May 8, 2021

Well-respected Asian American Educator, Leslie E. Wong, was invited by CAPA-MC who was the president of San Francisco State University. His speech focused on how to utilize AAPI’s valuable diversity and traditional values to contribute to America life.

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May 15, 2021

CAPA-MC invited famous AAPI chef Jassi for a cooking show. Chef Jassi was a celebrity chef with media coverage from Washington Post. He worked at Michelin acclaimed restaurant, Punjab Grill

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About CAPA-MC

Chinese American Parent Association of Montgomery County (CAPA-MC) was founded in 2016 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving and advocating for Chinese American families in Montgomery County.  Our objective is to promote Chinese American parent involvement in school communities, to advocate on behalf of our students and parents, who are often first generation immigrants, and to establish a strong partnership with all stakeholder to address educational issues and challenges. As we share the common goal of excellent education for all children, we realize that the Chinese American parents’ voices are often missed in various area related to education. By working together with local schools, PTAs, and Board of Education, and other parent communities, we thrive to build a better future all our children, despite of our language, cultural, communication, and institutional barriers.