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The Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership holds 1st Education Awards Program
By Elnora M. Mercado
December 19, 2000

The Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership successfully organized and implemented their Education Awards Program to recognize Asian American students who excelled in leadership.

Manick's Latest Magic
By Elnora M. Mercado

October 4, 2000

In Sorcar's laser animation, Sorcar combines a dazzling level of artistry with computer wizardry to manipulate beams of light to race along predetermined paths and create still, or scenes, or figures in motion.

Linh Hoai DuongMid-Autumn Night with Mei-Chian Folk Dance Troupe

by Colorado Chinese Club
Sept. 16, 2000

The Colorado Chinese Club (CCC) in cooperation with the Cultural Division, Taipei Economic and Culture Office in Houston, Texas, sponsored a Chinese Music and Dance Performance at Abraham Lincoln High School.

2nd Annual Tennis Tournament
By Brian Bailey

August 17, 2000 held its second annual tennis tournament Saturday, August 5 and Sunday, August 6. This year's event drew a large number of players of all ages. There were more players this year than last.

Interview with Guy Caron, Director of Cirque Du Soleil's Dralion!
By Tony Nguyen
July 20, 2000

"It was a dream at first. I love this culture. I love the people, I love everything they did in the past. Everything that I see in China is wonderful. What I want to [do is] go further with this ... to change the way they move on the stage."

Cherry Blossom 2000
By Gil Asakawa
June 27, 2000

One measure of success for the festival is seeing all the non-Japanese there learning about Japan, but I also wondered how many Japanese Americans are seeing traditional dances or hearing taiko drumming for the first time.

3rd Asian Film Festival
By Kim Nguyen
June 7, 2000

The festival had films from various Asian countries such as India, China, and Japan. People enjoyed watching these films from June 1-4.

Happy New Year, Again?
By Boun B.
April 20, 2000
"Some-by Dee Bee My", Happy Laotian New Year! This year's celebration was held on a April 15 snowy day!

Phillipine Rondalla of Denver Concert
March 9, 2000

The Philippine/Asian American Times sponsored a concert of the popular Philippine Rondalla of Denver, a local orchestra. Rondalla music is based on string instruments such as the guitar, bass, and mandolin.

VSAB Celebrates New Year
By Trinh Nguyen
Feb.22, 2000

After a hard working year of planning and more than a month of practicing, VSAB members presented the community a lively program consisted of skits, comedies, dances and songs.

Far East Center's New Year Celebration Draws Diverse Crowd
By Adriana Perez
Feb. 8, 2000

A view on the Golden Dragon New Year's celebration from someone outside the Asian community.

Vietnamese Community Celebrate New Year
By Tod Nguyen
Jan. 30, 2000

Although the event was held on "Superbowl Sunday", a respectable number of people came to enjoy the celebration.

Millennium Chinese New Year Celebration: A Sell-out!

By John Chin
Jan 29, 2000

People began showing up at 5 PM to get the best seats. The box office also had a long line of hopeful ticket buyers waiting to see if seats would open up. They had come after reading about the show in a Friday Denver Post article.

CA/PSA Holds First 'RICE BOWL' Tournament
By Lisa Matsuo
Jan 21, 2000

CA/PSA held "Rice Bowl" to raise money and awareness for their anti-violence conference being held in the spring for Asian students, parents, and other concerned community members. The conference aims to educate Colorado's Asian community about the growing violence within and motivate and empower youth to challenge this problem.

Chinese American Council of Colorado in the Parade of Lights
By John Chin
Jan 11, 2000

Parade's organizers have made repeated requests to CACC to be participants, but this was the first year that CACC could accept. The CACC group lent a colorful Chinese dimension to the Parade wearing authentic period costumes.


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