“The Chinese Lady” PlayCincinnati Playhouse in the Park 962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of "The Chinese Lady" play is a darkly poetic yet whimsical story about Afong Moy — supposedly the first Chinese woman to step foot on U.S. soil in 1834.
FASO March General MeetingGuinigundo Offices 5331 S. Gilmore Road, Fairfield, OH
Join the Filipino-American Association of Southern Ohio (FASO) for its monthly meeting as they continue to plan for the year, including upcoming events like Asian Food Fest and Asian American…
Globemed at University of Cincinnati 10th Annual Benefit GalaThe Madison Event Center 740 Madison Ave., Covington, KY
GlobeMed at the University of Cincinnati's 10th annual Benefit Gala will be held on March 31, at the Madison Event Center in downtown Covington, and will feature Dr. Maria Espinola, Psy.D., the CEO of the Institute for Health Equity and Innovation.
Asianati Hanami PicnicAult Park 5090 Observatory Circle, Cincinnati, OH
Join Asianati and Japanese America Society of Greater Cincinnati at Ault Park’s Cherry Tree Grove on April 1, from 12:30-2:30 p.m., for their free admission family-friendly Hanami picnic, the centuries-old Japanese custom of gathering to view cherry blossoms!
An Evening of Indian RhythmsNrityArpana School of Performing Arts 9076 Cox Road, West Chester, OH
Join NrityArpana School of Performing Arts as it welcomes performers Kaivalya Kumar Gaurav, Subhen Chatterjee, and Sanatan Goswami.
Asian Food FestDowntown Cincinnati Cincinnati
Celebrate Asian culture and Asian food, live entertainment, local craft and Asian beer, and fun family activities from April 29-30, at Court Street Plaza in the downtown area of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Japan America Community Night with FC CincinnatiTQL Stadium 1501 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH
Show your support for FC Cincinnati striker Yuya Kubo, one of the only Japanese Major League Soccer players, during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with discounted match tickets against D.C. United at TQL Stadium on May 6.
Beyond Barbed Wire: A Family’s Living Legacy of the Japanese Internment CampsPleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church 5950 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Denny Kato is a third-generation Japanese American or Sansei. He graduated from Walnut Hills High School and received a BA from the University of Cincinnati. After…