Beyond Model Minority

Click here to view the Educational Town Hall session about “Beyond Model Minority: Asian American History in Michigan’s K-12 Schools”. The session got published in the Social Studies Journal.

COVID19 – Meals for Healthcare Heroes

Michigan Indian Community launches Meals for Healthcare Heroes with support from various organizations, individuals and groups in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that is gripping our city, state and nation. Several healthcare workers have been working long hours with limited medical supplies. The least we could do is offer a good meal. #mealsforhealthcareheroes Over a Continue Reading

How Should You Spend Your Time and Energy?

Musings of Dr. Jamie C. Hsu If you observe carefully, you will see that people spend their time and energy differently. As depicted in the chart, there are the “Ordinary People” who often spend time in the Yellow Concern Zone, the “Leaders” who spend their energy in the Red Influence Circle, and the “Gurus” who Continue Reading

Vietnamese Freedom & Heritage Flag

Thank you to CAPA for giving all Asians an opportunity to connect and learn from one another. The 2019 Splendor of the East celebration was a perfect example. Its members act as a voice inside the organization when it comes to inclusion and change, while maintaining its respective cultural identity. Celebrating Asian Pacific Heritage Month, Continue Reading

COVID-19 support to local hospitals

COVID-19 support to local hospitals CAPA Community chairperson along with multiple CAPA volunteers have been busy fighting against COVID-19 and supported local hospitals, first responders, and important life saving professional organizations: St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital: Surgical Gown 60 pieces Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak: 155 pcs. Sterilized Gloves: Size 6 – 4 pcs. 6 1/2 Continue Reading

MCAC supports COVID-19 initiative

CAPA contributed and supported community initiative to fight the Coronavirus. Since 1/23/2020 Michigan Chinese American Coalition (MCAC) has raised over USD $198,000 along with 50 local organizations and 300 volunteers to help fight the Coronavirus! Phase I, when Wuhan, China had the outbreak, MCAC has sent six shipments containing 16,594 masks, 4,338 face shields, 5,334 Continue Reading

CAPA President Message Regarding COVID-19

Amid the uncertainty and fear of the past few weeks, I hope this message finds you in good health and hopeful spirits. As many of us have been sheltering-in, spending time at home with our loved ones, and doing what we can to stop the spread of the novel Coronavirus, I personally have used some Continue Reading

Asian Festival 2019: Casting Call

Asian Festival 2019 • July 27, 2019, at 12 PM, to 6 PM at Madison Place. Please RSVP your interest by as we are receiving a lot of duplicate countries. We will try to fit everyone accordingly and to meet diversity. RECRUITMENT EMAIL (Casting Call) Countries: China, Japan, India, Korea, Philippines, Polynesia and more…Everyone Continue Reading

Stephanie Beau Founder of CAPA

Why did you become involved in assisting in the formation of CAPA? As a proud Asian and long-standing resident of Southeastern Michigan, I always had a desire to bring an awareness of the diversity within the APA community. My interest was to highlight the multiplicity and complexity of the various sub-groups, languages, faiths, customs, and Continue Reading

18th Annual APACC East-West Business Connection

APACC’s global supplier diversity matchmaking event attracts nearly 350 attendees including more than 50 Corporate buyers who will meet virtually with minority business owners (W/MBEs) for specific procurement needs. One on One Business Connection Networking One on One networking provides attendees the opportunity to participate in random interactions. Much like speed networking, this is a Continue Reading