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It's been too long New York! 4C the Power is coming to the Big Apple for this great event commemorating Asian Pacific Heritage. Join me for some music and mingling, and because........ Am...... Are you? Join us as we celebrate the stories of CAPE's I Am_ Campaign in a fun-filled evening highlighting the achievements of Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) across industries and...

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It’s been awhile since 4C the Power has conducted workshops or worked with ISA to provide live shows but it doesn’t mean we haven’t continued the work of the 4 C’s. The 4 C’s represent Community, Creativity, Culture and Confidence. Each of these is so important for today’s youth to succeed in our global and diverse world. 4C the Power began in school with Diann Kitamura aka...

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A recent visit to Korea included meeting up with 4C mentors. It was great to catch up with the Gamblerz Crew. They continue to dance with the heart and soul of warriors determined to win and bring the bboy culture to a new generation. One of the ways they are bringing their art to a new audience is through their participation in the hit show, Dancing 9 produced by MNET. Year one of...

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The Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC) is proud to present their national #APIVoices YouTube Video Contest! This is YOUR chance to share a topic that you feel is relevant to the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community, and challenge the stereotype that social issues do not affect APIs. This inaugural #APIVoices contest allows participants to submit a 30 second to 3 minute video that...

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Article and pictures by Jennifer Cortez The first artist to come out into the press conference was 16-year-old, Yoo Seung Woo. He was shy at first, but then opened up when asked questions. Seung Woo made his way to fame through Korea’s popular television singing audition, “Superstar K4.” Because it...

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