The Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards were created to honour the most outstanding achievements of communications professionals in their field. In addition to this, the Awards also provide an excellent networking forum for all attendees and take a comprehensive look at communications achievements across the Asian Pacific. By entering these awards you can:. The Awards are hosted by Communication Director , an internationally-focused magazine for corporate communications, PR and public affairs. Featuring opinion pieces, case studies and reports, Communication Director is a knowledge-sharing platform for communicators.
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Kip Tokuda Award – Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation
This Festival is the only one of its kind in the world to have earned this qualification. The Festival presents approximately films and mediaworks that celebrates Asian Pacific filmmakers and stories. The Festival's highlights include an Opening and Closing Night Celebration, a Festival Centerpiece presentation, a full complement of industry panels and workshops, and a variety of special events. Positioned to lead-off annual activities in support of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Festival attracts entertainment celebrities, civic and community leaders, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts in a week-long celebration of the ongoing accomplishments by Asian Pacific cinematic artists. All lengths and genres will be considered.
Children's Book Awards: APAAL
ACLF could not exist without the generous support from the community and each year, we recognize community member s who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the organization and the Asian Pacific Islander community with the Kip Tokuda Award. Dale Minami is a partner with Minami Tamaki in San Francisco specializing in the area of Personal Injury for which he has been named a Top Ten SuperLawyer in Northern California for the last 6 years and a Superlawyer for each year from through He has been involved in significant litigation involving the civil rights of Asian Pacific Americans and other minorities, including Korematsu v. UCLA, a claim for unfair denial of tenure which resulted in the granting of tenure.
Would they speak to me on an even more personal level? It turns out they did. And right from the start, I was bursting with questions for the authors about the choices they made in forming their characters, framing their struggles, and describing their settings.