For every resident in Howard County and every family in Howard County public schools to be equally represented in the community and to have equitable access to services and resources.
To advance, empower and unite the Chinese and other immigrants in Howard County by advocating for the underrepresented, leading in civic activities, promoting greater community engagement, and supporting integration into the larger community.
COVID-19 Important Information and Resources
If you have a question about COVID-19, please call COVID-19 Hotline, 410-313-6284, available Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Vaccinations are FREE and available for all Marylanders age 12 and older.
All vaccine clinics are now distributing take home Azova COVID test kits for individuals who may have a need.
The clinics at the summer school sites are also offering additional 'catch-up' immunizations for kids.
Topic: We Raise Up Each Other: Respect, Support, and Grow with Our Child
Time: July 31, 2021 7:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Speaker: Ms. Guifang Yan & Dr. Xuehong Xu
This webinar costars a husband and wife who are willing to share insights, skills, and experience with families in the audience on how parents prepare to grow together with their child while maintaining an intimate, long-lasting familial relationship.
Click here for the bio of the panelists.
This week from July 12th to July 25th will be the 2021 Howard County Restaurant week. These two weeks are dedicated to appreciating the restaurants in Howard County, raising awareness to Howard County’s diverse culinary offerings.
This year’s Restaurant Week includes a partnership with the AAPI community as well. Many AAPI owned businesses will be participating, bringing awareness to minority-owned restaurants in Howard County. The organizations behind this initiative hope to encourage more small restaurants to join in and attract more customers. Read More >>
STUDENT STORYTELLING COMPETITION
Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions
Chinese American Museum in DC is pleased to announce a creative true story essay and short documentary film competition. Winners will be awarded prizes across different categories and will be showcased in a special exhibit at the museum, on its web site, and social media channels.
This competition aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. 6-12 grades students in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area are eligible to enter the competition.