Funding to Fight Hate Crime is a Start, but Actions Matter Too

By C.C. Yin C.C. Yin is co-founder of Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs, a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing Asian Pacific Islander communities through increased leadership and civic engagement. In Case You Missed It — published APAPA’s Op-ed: Funding to fight hate crime is a start, but actions matter too. Gov. Gavin Newsom […]

APAPA Receives a Clean Audit

By C.C Yin  As the founder of the Asian Pacific Islanders American Public Affairs Association (APAPA), I strongly invested in the future of this organization, and I am very grateful for the wonderful friends and supporters who have embraced this growing vision for a national nonprofit over the past two decades.  Like many immigrants, I […]

APAPA Announces Five New Members of its National Governing Board

Henry Yin

Sacramento, August 20 – Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs is delighted to announce the addition of five accomplished members to the APAPA National Governing Board: Joe Johal, Simon Pang, Dr. Alvin Cheung, Tony Lin, and Henry Yin.  These distinguished individuals join the APAPA Board on the occasion of the organization’s 20th Anniversary. “APAPA is pleased […]

Award Recipients Announced for APAPA’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Sacramento, CA – The Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA) will mark a milestone anniversary by celebrating leaders who have empowered and advanced Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. The honorees include elected officials, a Hollywood director, an NBA owner, and a doctor. APAPA will present the awards during its 20th Year Anniversary […]