Dear Ms. Chen,
Thank you for helping spread awareness against hate and violence toward the Asian and Pacific Islander community during this pandemic. Our community has taken to social media such as Tik-Tok to raise a concern through the hashtag “#stopasianhate.” Protests and rallies have been organized around the globe at state capitols and around Asian towns. Responding to appeals from organizations like ours, President Joe Biden recently condemned racism and hate during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Would you participate in our virtual conference as a host on May 20, 2021? We will be discussing how the Asian community has thrived and grown in America. As our host you will explain how your Asian Markets from across the nation have accommodated those affected during the pandemic. The conference will include a small question and answer section at the end. Our virtual conference will include 350-500 people from the community of all genders, nationalities, and qualities of life. Our goal is to educate the community about Asian culture through food and music. We have invited local Asian chefs such as Chef Tila from the Food Network and musicians from South Korea such as Eric Nam to perform. Other chefs and musicians will be attending from China, Phillipines, India, Taiwan, Japan, and Singapore.
What do you think?
MBA Student @ Liberty University
North Pole, AK.