Asian Pacific Culture Week (APCW)
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About Asian Pacific Culture Week:


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Since its inception in 1973, Asian Pacific Culture Week (APCW) has provided the UC Davis campus with cultural programs designed to both educate and celebrate. APCW became a University sponsored program in 1979 and has grown into an annual event anticipated by students, faculty, staff, and members of the Davis community alike. The week is filled with presentations by speakers from diverse corners of the Asian Pacific Islander community. In the past, musicians, comedians, actors, authors, artists, and civil rights activists have visited the campus to share their experiences.

The 42nd Asian Pacific Culture Week celebrates the contributions and visibility of the diverse Asian Pacific Islander community! The following events are brought to you by the Cross Cultural Center. Since its inception in 1973, Asian Pacific Culture Week (APCW) has provided the UC Davis campus with cultural programs designed to both educate and celebrate and has grown into an annual event anticipated by students, faculty, staff, and members of the Davis community alike. Events and programs will take place from April 20nd to April 24th! Come out and show support!

This year's theme for APCW is "We Will Be Seen, We Will Be Heard," in the hopes of empowering the API community and reminding ourselves that we are visible and we have a voice. The programs that are put on during APCW emphasize in some way or form our historically marginalized and underrepresented community's visibility and voice.

Fong Tran
Program Coordinator
fntran@ucdavis.edu
Office Telephone: (530)752-6620

Jenny Huynh
APILR/ACPW Student Coordinator
jbhuynh@ucdavis.edu

Donald Yu
APILR/ACPW Student Coordinator
donaldp.yu@gmail.com

Cross Cultural Center
University of California, Davis
Located in the Student Community Center

Office Telephone: (530) 752-4287

Check out theĀ SEA Pages!

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The SEA Pages is a publication by the Cross-Cultural Center that will serve as an informational and promotional resource for UC Davis admitted students who identify as Southeast Asian. This resource will be given to all Southeast Asian identified high school seniors and college transfers to encourage them to pursue their education at UC Davis.