Los Angeles and Seattle celebrations advance programming, Health Science Guild, Women In Tech & Entertainment Guild
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Asian Hall of Fame unveils 22 honorees at Induction 2022 festivities in Los Angeles and Seattle. To advance programming and philanthropy, its founder Robert Chinn Foundation matches up to $500,000. Contributions over $1,000 through sponsorships, grants or GoFundMe are recognized in perpetuity as Season 2023 Founders, Health Science Guild Founders, or Women in Tech & Entertainment Guild Founders.
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On November 12, the Induction Ceremony at Alex Theatre in Glendale, California immortalizes 17 Inductees and Artist Ambassador Ed Roth. Inductee Hiroshima headlines one of their last concerts. Ed Roth performs with Robby Krieger and special guests. Celebration of Life honors Inductee Norm Mineta and Inductee Phil Chen. Frank Buckley of KTLA 5 is Master of Ceremonies. VIP seats are invite-only. Standard tickets are available.
On November 18, the Founders Gala at Sky View Observatory in Seattle, Washington immortalizes 6 Inductees and Artist Ambassador Krist Novoselic of Nirvana. Artist Ambassador Danny Seraphine & CTA headlines with The Temptations vocalist Tony Grant. Ed Roth performs with Inductee Daniel Pak, Inductee Hiro Yamamoto of Soundgarden and Krist Novoselic. Mimi Jung of KING 5 is Master of Ceremonies. VIP seats are invite-only.
Inductees (in first-name alphabetical order) are Panda Express founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng, Olympian Chloe Kim, GRAMMY Award-winner Daniel Ho, first Indian Louis Vuitton brand ambassador Deepika Padukone, Crustacean founders Helene An and daughter Elizabeth An, Jiaoying Summers, Joseph Bae and Janice Lee, Margaret Cho, Momo Wang, Omar and Christine Lee, Senator Tammy Duckworth, Tia Carrere, and NYX founder Toni Ko.
Seattle Inductees are Daniel Pak, Hiro Yamamoto, Karen Wong, Pat Chun, Robert and Ruth Chinn in memoriam and first indigenous Inductee Virginia Cross.
Inductees, artists, and executives are available for interviews.
Media credential application closes on October 21.
Images, bios, video, and press releases are available in Dropbox.
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Source: Asian Hall of Fame