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新聞 Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou (center) and Premier Wu Den-yih (second from left) attending an exhibition held in commemoration of Taiwan’s 100th birthday on Dec.11, 2010. (File Photo/CNA)


Celebrating 100 Years This year, 2011, is the year 100 in Taiwanese calendar. Every year on the 10th of October, celebrations and events are planned to celebrate the birthday of Taiwan, which is known as the National Day of Taiwan or the Double Tenth Day. The day is also to commemorate the 1911 Wuchang Uprising, a milestone of China’s politics development and a new chapter which led to the end of the Qing Dynasty.

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During this significant day of the nation, both local and international visitors and honored dignitaries from all over the world gather in Taiwan to celebrate and show their respect for the nation. Major celebrations and the celebration ceremony are planned in front of the Presidential Office Building. Taiwanese overseas in Florida also celebrate this important year with raising flag ceremony, various concerts and festivities.

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Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Orlando (TCCGO) organized a golf tournament at Rolling Hills Country Club, Longwood in April to celebrate Taiwan 100 years. Deputy Director General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami, Mr. Ken Hu was invited to kick


Fireworks forming the number 100 are seen above Taiwan’s tallest building, Taipei 101, on January 1, 2011 to celebrate the New Year.

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off the tournament with more than 50 players who are mainly from Club 99, a local Asian golf club which was founded in 2000. To know more about TCCGO, please visit www.tccgo.org.

Lowest gross: Jim McElreath Low Net 1st place: Stephen Wang Low Net 2nd place: Ming Lee Low Net 3rd place: Thomas Chao Low Net 1st place: Danny Lu Low Net 2nd place: Taeho Kook Low Net 3rd place: Jen Chang Longest Drive-Men: Jason Chen Lowest Drive-Women: Nina Yong Closet to the pin: Ray Ho Closet to the pin: Wen Wu Closet to the pin: Kim Kimura Closet to the pin: Zhao F. Zheng

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Fifty ping-pong players gathered at the Conway United Methodist Church for a tournament, organized by the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Orlando (TCCGO) on September 17. Players were divided into five divisions including one professional division for top 30 ping pong players in Florida. Paul Hsiao, VP of TCCGO and also a ping pong coach welcomed all participants and supporters. Opening Ceremony VIP Guests include Deputy General Benjamin Hong and Joseph Chin of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami. 2nd Division Winners

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China Launch Space Laboratory  Compiled by Asia Trend Tiangong-1 China’s successful launch of its first space lab module is a breakthrough for China in the domains of science, economy and politics, a Russian expert told Xinhua in a recent interview. Tiangong-1, or Heavenly Palace-1 paved the way for China to operate a permanent space station around 2020 and become the world’s third country have operated space stations after the United States and the Soviet Union.

China’s project would allow the international scientific and engineering community to conduct more and bolder experiments, as research on geography, astronomy and bio-technology in a lowgravity environment, such as that of a space station, will bring greater achievements than those conducted on the surface of the Earth. China’s project gives more choices to the international community in space explorations.

Tiangong-1 blasted off at 9:16 p.m. Beijing Time (1316 GMT) in a northwestern desert area. The manned space program showed that China’s economy is capable of performing such a large-scale space project.

China celebrates National Day Top leaders laid flower baskets at the Monument to the People’s Heroes in the heart of Beijing Saturday morning to mark the National Day. Hu Jintao, Wu Bangguo, Wen Jiabao, Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun, Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, He Guoqiang and Zhou Yongkang participated in the ceremony and paid their respect to those who sacrificed for the nation’s independence and prosperity.

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five-star national flag was hoisted up. Tiananmen Square was decked out with flags and lanterns and crowded with a multitude of sightseers eager to mark National Day in the typical way: witnessing the raising of the flag and touring the square. The crowd, composed of people from various ethnic groups and all walks of life, attended a

grand flag-raising ceremony at 10 a.m. and sang the national anthem in chorus. Tibet has shifted from impoverished to prosperous, and from isolated to open in tandem with the growth of New China. Oct. 1 also marks the 60th founding anniversary of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in neighboring Qinghai Province.

They joined 3,600 representatives from all walks of life in Beijing in the ceremony to mark the 62nd anniversary of founding of the People’s Republic of China. Similar ceremonies were held on the National Day in 2008 and 2010. The ceremony came just two days after the successful launch of China’s first space lab module Tiangong-1, or Heavenly Palace-1, which is seen as a critical step for China to develop the space docking technology and a milestone of the country’s manned space program.Nearly 120,000 people flooded Tiananmen Square in the heart of Beijing ahead of daybreak on Saturday to witness the flag-raising ceremony and celebrate National Day. The crowd cheered and applauded as the

Chinese President Hu Jintao (C, front) and other members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, including Wu Bangguo, Wen Jiabao, Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun, Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, He Guoqiang and Zhou Yongkang, stand in front of the Monument to the People’s Heroes in Tian’anmen Square of Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 1, 2011. China’s top leaders laid flower baskets at the monument on Saturday morning to mark the 62nd anniversary of the country’s founding. (Xinhua/Rao Aimin) asiatrendmagazine.com

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Founded in 1980, Asian American Heritage Council’s mission is to recognize and reward Asian American students for their academic excellence, community service and leadership. AAHC consists of many Asian American organizations who works together to preserve the Asian culture and heritage through informative programs. ScORCh Team from Orlando Dragon Boat Club The scholarship is mainly sponsored by Corporations such as Darden Restaurants, Hewitt’ Asian Diversity Network, Siemens, Universal Orlando, SunTrust Bank and Orlando Health. If you would like to know more about how to join the organization or how to apply the next year scholarship, please visit www.aahc-cf.org.

Chinese Calligrapher Peter See some of the recipients would like to say about the scholarship awards: Lau demonstrates Chinese Calligraphy and writes ChiThis year I was an applicant for the AAHC Stufirst applied for the AAHC scholarship as a This year, I applied for the AAHC Scholarship. I nese Inames for attendees dent Scholarship, and was honored to win 1st place sophomore, not fully realizing what would make am very glad and honored to receive the 1st place

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for the 7th grade category. Currently, I am an 8th grader at Stonewall Jackson Middle School. It was a great experience, especially the award ceremony at Sonesta Hotel. Applying for this scholarship gave me an opportunity to reflect on my local and Asian community involvement. This award is a checkpoint for me to see if I am on a path for a future that I want: to excel academically and become an architect or engineer; contribute to the community; and to be proud of my heritage.

me truly eligible for an award. Now, I’m a junior and I’ve realized the true purpose of the AAHC -- it’s not to make us show how brilliant and talented we are as individuals, but how we use our gifts to help the community and make a name for Asians in society. I realized that maybe, compared to others, I haven’t done enough of this and it was an excellent source of motivation for me to continue to try harder in the future. I want to follow the examples of my peers and the winners, and become a better person along the way and finally achieve my dream of becoming both a graphic designer and computer programmer. Thank you AAHC, for giving me the opportunity to realize all of this in one night

scholarship for the 8th grade category. Now, I am a freshman and I have a better understanding of the AAHC program. I feel that the AAHC program encourages Asian American students to work hard in academic but also encourages us to balance our studies with community involvement and the development of leadership skills. AAHC has motivated many students, including me to strive and do our best to reach our goals. Also, I had the honor to perform with my brother Hans a music ensemble while Tiffany and Celeste performed a Chinese ribbon dance. Performing at the Award Ceremony was a great experience. AAHC has helped me by observing my peers and striving to achieve my goal to become a business man in the future.

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To experience a touristy but flavorful taste of aboriginal culture, Wulai (烏來) is an aboriginal village in Taipei County about fifty minutes outside Taipei City by car and a little over an hour by bus. “Wulai” means “hot springs” in the Atayal (泰雅族) native tongue. In this hot springs village discover the pristine Nanshih River (南勢溪 Nanshih Xi), which makes for fun swimming and rafting activity, as well as Wulai Falls (烏來瀑布 Wulai Pubu), one of the largest waterfalls on Taiwan that tops at around eighty meters. Magnificent cherry trees (櫻花 Yinghua) beckon and from February to April the town hosts Wulai Cherry Blossom Festival (烏來櫻花 季 Wulai Yinghua Ji). During this time a variety of cherry trees, including Bachung, Feihan, Fuji and Jiye, are in full bloom. Along with tourists, unique birds, such as Chinese Bulbul, Formosa Yuhina, Fulvettas, and Taiwan Sibia, are enticed to the area by the lush cherries. To learn more about Wulai Cherry Blossom Festival contact Taipei County Government at (886) (02) 2968-6898. No need to doze off to discover Dreamland (雲 仙樂園 Yunshan Leyuan), it’s a small Wulai amuse-

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ment park open 8:30 am to 5 pm (NT $220/150 students) (886) (02) 2661-6386. Dreamland, which is located within a resort (Yun Hsien Hotel), also boasts pricey (NT $500) yet lively aboriginal culture shows. You may be disappointed if you had expected to encounter an Atayal tribe chief, aside from the touristy performances there aren’t many aborigines in town these days. You’ll need to take the cable car to reach the amusement park and resort, the cable car ticket comes included with the price of admission to Dreamland. A small tourist train (NT $50) also transports passengers 1.6 kilometers from the village to the falls and cable car area. A night for two at the amusement park hotel typically costs around NT $3500 and includes breakfast, rates are seasonal so call

Dreamland for pricing and availability. Wulai makes for great walking and talking among friends so wear light clothing (dress in layers) and good walking shoes. To reach the amusement park and hotel you’ll need to walk up more stairs than Rubeus Hagrid has hairs, so travel lightly if you plan to spend the night. While in town try some famous local delicacies such as cherry jelly (櫻花果凍 Yinghua guodong) and sweet gluttonous rice with peanut or sesame seed shavings (麻糬 mwaji). Mwaji, or “mochi” as the snack is called by Japanese, typically costs NT $10 each or around NT $100 for a box of ten. Bamboo dishes also make for enticing native foods. The hot springs in Wulai have undergone major renovations in recent years, you may opt to take a dip in a local hot spring or to spend the night at an upscale Wulai hot springs resort, as well. By Taipei MRT exit Xindian Station, the bus heading towards Wulai is the only one in front of the station without a number and has the Chinese characters (烏來 Wulai) on the front. The MRT fare from Taipei Main Station to Xindian is NT $30, have some change handy, you’ll need to add NT $25 once you swipe your Easy Card while boarding the bus. The ride from Xindian Station to Wulai takes about twenty-five minutes. See you there! Check out the best-selling new Taiwan travel book by Scott B. Freiberger, Taipei In A Day Includes: Taiwan From A To Z. The book contains city tours that highlight the best in the capital, from exotic and historic to modern, and introduces unique attractions around the island. The author attained a B.A. in Psychology/ Chinese with Cum Laude (Phi Beta Kappa / Psi Chi) honors from Queens College of CUNY, Masters in Pacific International Affairs from UC San Diego. Scott is currently completing a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) degree at the University of Central Florida. For more information please visit http://TaiwanTravelBook.com.

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Late Night: With AASA The University of Florida’s Asian American Student Assembly was held on August 26, 2011 at 6:30 pm at the Phillips Center for Performing Arts for the second year with almost all of its 1700 seats filled up. The theme for the event was “Late Night with AASA.” To create a more intimate, nighttime,talk-show atmosphere, the emcees interacted with various members of the performing groups and the audience. To bring an educational element to the night, AASA invited Becky Lee – 3rd place winner of Survivor and founder of Becky’s Fund against domestic abuse in women – to be the guest speaker. The Indian Student Association also performed at AASA for the first time ever with a series of dances and a video about South Asian dances. “AASA is important because in one of the largest universities in the nation, the event serves to welcome new and returning students, celebrate and showcase their diverse talents, and provide a family and life-long friendships for those looking for a place to call home,” (AASU President, Michael Satyapor, Senior). The night was filled with cultural skits, videos, and dances that aimed to unite, educate, and entertain the UF community. “AASA is consistently a very enjoyable show; however, it gets bigger and better each year. Last year was a huge step to the Phillips Center from the Reitz Grand Ballroom. With everything we set out to accomplish, there is no telling what next year’s directors can do!” (Co-Director, Maria Canonizado, Junior).  By Nga Vuong Lawrence Mabilangan


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The Asian Pacific American Coalition’s Annual APAC Student Assembly showcases various Asian organizations, at UCF and the Orlando community, in their efforts to define Asian American identity. Its mission is to develop leadership, to be a source of political and social advocacy for issues facing Asian American, and to promote unity and a voice for the campus and community of UCF. “Our annual showcase provides a chance for you to get to know the great student organizations that are affiliated with APAC here at UCF,” says Cecillia Barr, APAC President of 2011-12. Student organizations include Allure, Asian Student Association, Chinese American Student Association, Delta Epsilon Psi, Delta Phi Lambda, Filipino Student Association, Korean Student Association, Pi Delta Psi, and Vietnamese American Student Association. APAC also presented special guest, Korean singer Jennifer Chung from Los Angeles. APAC Student Assembly takes place every year at the beginning of the school term to introduce and encourage freshmen, past members, and new members to get involved in different associations according to their interests. To know more about APAC, please contact Cecillia Barr, president 2010-2011 at Facebook - APAC @ UCF

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Taste of Mills 50 2010 - a celebration of food, art and music in the District!

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Saturday, October 22 - 6pm - 10pm Mills 50, one of Orlando’s Main Street Districts, is a vibrant, culturally diverse, progressively minded and eclectic mix of artists, restaurants, specialty shops, markets, businesses and neighborhoods. We will celebrate these cultures, creativity, and diversity at the Third Annual Taste of Mills 50 on Saturday, October 22 from 6pm until10pm at 831 N. Mills (corner of Mills & Illinois - formerly Glory Cycles). Admission is $5 at the door.

that you see throughout the district. Local nonprofits will be on hand distributing information about their organizations. Beer, wine, soft drinks and water will be available for sale.

aging responsible and environmentally friendly growth and redevelopment while ensuring and preserving the district’s unique character, charm and appeal.

Participating restaurants will sell a variety of unique and traditional dishes. Local businesses will be on hand, displaying and selling their wares and providing information about the services they provide. Enjoy music and art from local artists, some of whom created the Mills 50 “art boxes”

If you would like to participate in Taste of Mills 50, please go to: www.mills50.org and click on the Taste of Mills 50 flyer on the home page. You will be directed to the vendor application. Or e-mail: director@mills50.org and an application will be sent to you.

Mills 50 is a non-profit entity whose financial support depends on memberships and special events. Please show your support for Mills 50 - by being a vendor, attending the Third Annual Taste of Mills 50 or becoming a member of Mills 50. We need your involvement!

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Visit Orlando President and CEO, Gary Sain, keynote speaker

Michael Hsu, Mary Kruger, Betty Mason, John Mai, Kathy Llamas, Val Demings, Becky Szymanski, William R. Merritt, and Coco Johnston.

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Visit Orlando sponsors the Asian American Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Cuba Libre  By Kathy Llamas

Did you know that in 2010, over 51 million visitors came to Orlando? And did you know that of the Orlando area’s international visitors, the number one country of origin was Canada? These were only some of the interesting facts shared by Visit Orlando President and CEO, Gary Sain, keynote speaker at the Asian American Chamber of Commerce September Business After-Hours held at Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar at Pointe Orlando on International Drive. Close to 100 guests were treated to some fabulous hors d’oeuvres from Cuba Libre and one lucky winner won a dinner for 2 courtesy of Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining promotion. Special guest was former


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Orlando Chief of Police, Val Demings who graciously posed for pictures with AACC members. It was also recognition night for AACC’s newest members who received their membership certificates and AACC pins from AACC’s Vice President for Internal Affairs and Membership Chair, Coco Johnston. Those interested in joining the Asian American Chamber of Commerce can get a sneak preview for only $25 for an individual membership if they join now. All memberships expire on Dec. 31. To join, simply go to www.SignMeUp.com/74081. Watch this on www.YouTube.com/AsiaTrend



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A Constitutional Provision Allowing Discrimination Consider this: you and your family are aliens ineligible for citizenship in the United States. You are law-abiding, you pay your taxes, and you are integral members of your community. You are, however, prevented by law or the law regulates you from the ownership, inheritance, disposition and possession of real property. What? The current Florida Constitution provides for the basic rights of natural persons in Article I, Section 2. It provides that everyone has inalienable rights, including “to enjoy and defend life and liberty, to pursue happiness, to be rewarded for industry, and to acquire, possess and protect property[.]” But, that is not all. “No person shall be deprived of any right because of race, religion, national origin, or physical ability.” Despite these provisions, there is another part to the Florida Constitution’s provision on basic


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rights: the right of the state to pass laws to regulate or prohibit “aliens ineligible for citizenship” from “ownership, inheritance, disposition, and possession” of real property. Yes, that’s right: the State of Florida may discriminate against “aliens ineligible for citizenship” based upon the Alien Law contained in Article I, Section 2. Luckily for those “aliens ineligible for citizenship,” however, Florida has no current laws to enable discrimination against them as to real property issues. The issue is still important, though. Under the current Florida Constitution, Florida can enact further discriminatory laws based on the Alien Land Law. Who wants that? The Alien Land Law itself is discriminatory, and unenforceable. The histories of these types of Asian-based discriminatory laws show that these laws were enacted in individual states across the United

States due to the then-existing anti-Asian sentiment, especially against those of Chinese and Japanese descent. These laws began to appear in the late 1800’s and continued into the early 1900’s. These immigrants were restricted in their rights, such as prohibitions on land ownership or the right to access to a court as a plaintiff or a defendant. These Chinese and other Asian immigrants, known as the derogatorily named “Coolies[,]” built the railroads that settled the western United States. Despite their contributions to the United States, they were discriminated against by the people that they served through laws enacted to restrict them. The laws were also enacted to restrict them in their trades, such as the prohibition of land ownership in California due to competition from Japanese farmers. This discrimination also included violence against Asians in many cities, including Denver, San Francisco and New York.

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The United States federal government also participated in the discrimination against the Chinese. In 1882, then-President Chester A. Arthur signed into law “The Chinese Exclusion Act” after revisions in 1880 to the Burlington Act of 1868. The Chinese Exclusion Act allowed Congress to immediately exclude Chinese immigration. This Act was intended to last for ten years, but was not repealed until December of 1943, by the Magnuson Act; it effectively restricted Chinese immigration for over fifty years. Despite historical challenges to these laws, even the United States Supreme Court upheld the laws in the past. The Supreme Court determined that states could restrict property ownership and that such restrictions were not discriminatory. Thankfully, times have changed. Over years, these anti-Asian state laws have been repealed, just as the Magnuson Act repealed the discrimination against Chinese immigration. The most recent states to abolish their alien land laws were Wyoming in 2001, Kansas in 2002 and New Mexico in 2006. All other states had previously abolished their alien land laws. All but one, that is. Florida remains the last state to maintain its discriminatory law, and it is contained in its Constitution. Although there have been recent attempts to remove this blatantly discriminatory provision from the Florida Constitution, it has not yet been successful. Changes to the Florida Constitution

must be done through Florida voters. Sixty percent of Florida voters in an election must approve the amendment to remove the law from the Constitution. The most recent balloting to remove the Alien Land Law from the Constitution was in 2008. This proposed amendment to remove the Alien Land Law from Article I, Section 2 of the Florida Constitution failed, only receiving 47.9% of the voters’ approval to remove the offensive provision. The failure was attributed to the confusion of voters that the provision addressed illegal immigration, not the regulation of real property by “aliens ineligible for citizenship.” Even after the failed attempt for an amendment to remove the Alien Land Law, another attempt was made in 2009 to remove the language from the Florida Constitution through a bill in the Florida House of Representatives and one in the Florida Senate. Both bills failed in 2010. The Alien Land Law has not made another appearance on a Florida ballot for Florida voters to remove this unconstitutional provision since 2008. The Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association, supported by a grant from the Florida Bar Foundation, is working to educate Florida voters as to the need to remove this discriminatory and unconstitutional provision from Florida’s Constitution. Although not actively enforced because it is discriminatory, the existence of the Alien Land Law as a part of the Constitution is, and should be, offensive to every Floridian.

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Not only is the provision not supported by law, it is also based on antiquated ideas. Like these antiquated ideas, the Alien Land Law must be removed from the Florida Constitution. It is a law past its time. In support of the efforts to educate the public, GOAABA recently hosted a breakfast event in Downtown Orlando to discuss the issues surrounding the Alien Land Law. Community leaders of both Asian and non-Asian groups, local elected representatives, media representatives and GOAABA members and their guests were in attendance to hear Dr. Piyush C. Agrawal, the Chairman of the Asian American Federation of Florida, address the current issues surrounding the Alien Land Law. GOAABA acknowledges and thanks its attendees and participants, including Representative Scott Randolph; Samir Gupta of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida - Central Florida Chapter; Winnie Tang of Organization of Chinese Americans - South Florida Chapter; Mark Russell of The Orlando Sentinel; Pam Kancher and Susan Mitchell of the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida; and Hari Singh of the Indian Horizon of Florida. GOAABA invites you to help it in this endeavor. GOAABA has educational materials addressing the Alien Land Law for distribution, as well as a speakers’ bureau. To contact GOAABA, please email GOAABA at goaaba@gmail.com. asiatrendmagazine.com

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Tampa Bay brings the world together at the 10th World Dragon Boat Racing  By Asia Trend

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In August, thousands of dragon boat international paddlers gathered at Tampa Bay, Florida to compete in the 10th annual Dragon Boat World Championships. Paddlers came from 17 different countries including Japan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore and China. After five days of intensive race, Germany got the Premium Open championship with United States being second and China being third. Philippines Team won the small boat championship. The sport of dragon boating is the fastest growing water sport worldwide with million paddlers. In North America, the sport is raced in more than 70 annual festivals across the nation. Next year, The World Races will be held in Hong Kong and the 2013 will be held in Tehran, Iran. Walgreens Orlando International Dragon Boat Festival will be held on Saturday October 15, 2011 at Downtown Disney West Side, Florida from 8am to 5:30pm. Estimated 70 teams will be competed in this one-day event. Asia Trend Magazine will host its second annual Asian Cultural EXPO with 4-hour continuous entertainments and workshops. Admission to Downtown Disney is free for race participants and spectators. For complete details, please visit www.gwndragonboat.com for race details and www.asiatrendmagazine.com/asian-cultural-expo.html for Expo details.

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Classes available on Mon (for intermediate-Casselberry Senior Center), Thurs (for advancedCasselberry Senior Center) and Sat (for beginners-Renaissance Senior Center). Contact Ivan and Cecilia Mao at 407.222.8747 or mao.ivan@gmail.com for more details.

Martial Arts Lesson

Vietnamese martial arts heritage and practice as a sport and a way of life, to engage in character development and empower youth toward social change. We are accepting New Students. Please call for an appointment. Instructors: Master Vũ Đức Thọ Fee: $10 per person / per hour. Every Sat & Sun, 10 am to 12 pm. 700 N. Forsyth Rd. Orlando , FL 32807. Call 407.435.2248

J.Club ~Your connection to Japan~

Japanese dining, cooking, TV shows & movies, Shodo, Origami, Chanoyu, Bujutsu, Kimono Kitsuke, and more. Meet monthly / Participate in cultural events Share Japanese culture + Form new connections 日本のことをシェアしたい方、ぜひご参加ください。 Feel free to contact Teri Mitchell (日本人 ) at teri_mitchell@hotmail.com / 407.406.0620 Web: ld-e.com/jclub

Taiko Lessons for Beginners!

Are you interested in Japanese Culture? We’re presenting Traditional Japanese Taiko Drum lessons for Beginners. We are accepting New Students. Please call for an appointment. HURRY, space is limited! Instructors: Takemasa Ishikura / Yuko Ishikura, Fee: $10 per person / per class · You’re required to purchase “Bachi” (Taiko Drumsticks). $23 per pair Dates: Every Sunday, Hours: 10am to 2pm, Address: Sunbelt Center - 1255 La Quinta Drive, Suite 112, Orlando , FL 32809. Tel: 407.435.9388 http://www.orlandotaikodojo.com/

オーランド沖縄県人会 Okinawa Club

うちな~んちゅ募集中‼ 二ヵ月一回集まります。 沖縄方言や踊り、流球料理、歌など 会話をしながら一日をすごしませんか? 連絡先/ 321-246-1763. な〜な まで


CAACF established The Dancing Troupe in 1980 to promote and preserve the Chinese culture. If your children would like to learn more about Chinese Folk Dance, please contact Angie Chow, director of CAACF Dancing Trope at 407.810.5140 or email her at angie.chow.chow@gmail.com. asiatrendmagazine.com

OCT 2011


Events Highlight 活 動 » What is happening in Florida?

Single listing is up to 40 words at no charge for non-profit organization, E-mail the events/activities to info@AsiaTrendMagazine.com or fax the information to 407-273-9913 Submit the information by the 15th of each month for the next month publication.

AACC Golden Dragon Awards Oct 8 (Sat) at the Rosen Centre Hotel - 9840 International Drive Orlando 32819. The Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida presents the Second Annual Golden Dragon Awards to individuals and corporations who have made a positive impact in our Central Florida community. Visit www.AsianAmericanChambercfl.org for a complete detail. Experience Asia 2011 Oct 8 (Sat), from 10am – 5pm at Bloxham-Lewis Park, Park Avenue, Downtown Tallahassee. Highlights of the event include non-stop cultural performances, exhibits, demonstrations, exhibitions, and the best of Asian Cuisines. Details online at ACT website at www.asiantlh.org. Orlando International Dragon Boat Festival & Asian Cultural EXPO 2010 Oct 15 (Sat) at Village Lake, Downtown Disney® West Side, WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort. In its third year, the Orlando International Dragon Boat Festival at WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort is shaping up to become one of the premier annual dragon boat events world-wide. Held in the epi-center of Downtown Disney® Area, the event will capitalize on the rapid growth of the sport in Florida and the southern states. Visit www.gwndragonboat.com. Mr. & Miss AASU Scholarship Pageant Oct 17 (Mon) 6pm - 9pm UF Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. Asian Kaleidoscope Month is excited to present 10 talented individuals competing in the Mr. and Miss AASU Scholarship Pageant 2011. The pageant segments this year include evening wear, culture, and talent. The pageant will also feature MISS FLORIDA 2011, Kristina Janolo, who will be competing for the title of Miss America 2012 this January! Doors open at 5:30pm. To find out more information about Asian Kaleidoscope Month go to www.ufakmonth.com. The Heart of Florida Asian Festival Oct 22 – 23 (Sat &Sun) at Historic Thomas Center, 302 NE 6th Ave. Gainesville, FL 32601 from 12 - 6pm. A Celebration of Asian Cultural Arts including Music, Dance, Acrobatics, Martial Arts, Kimono Fashion Show, Asian Cuisine and More. Visit www. gvlculturalaffairs.org/website/programs_events/Asian%20Festival/asian_index.html Central Florida Veg Fest 2011 Oct 22 (Sat) 10am - 6pm at Loch Haven Park, Orlando. Veg Fest is a FREE event! Rain or shine! Veg Fest is a family-friendly, dog-friendly, and smoke-free event. Visit www. cfvegfest.o​rg for more details.

Taste of Mills 50 Oct 22 (Sat) 6 - 10pm at 831 N. Mills (Corner of Mills & Illinois). $10 at the door. www.Mills50.org UCF Tour of Asia Oct 23, 6:30pm - 9:00pm ASA’s 7th Annual Cultural Event “TOUR OF ASIA” IS BACK!! Featuring TBA ASA has worked really hard to put this show together for YOU. You are definitely in for a culturally-rich treat. So get excited, sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! http://www.face​book.com/group.​php?gid=2302046​594, www.asaucf.org, www.twitter.com​ /ASA_UCF Kathin Offering Ceremony Oct 23 (Sun) at Wat Buddharangsi of Miami - 15200 SW 240th St Homestead. Kathin Ceremony is one of the merit making festivals in Thailand. The ceremony is about offering new robes to the monks who live in the Buddhist temples. The full name of this festival is “Thot Kathin”. The meaning of the word “Thot” is to making an offering to a monk and the word “Kathin” means an embroidery frame. Details at http://watmiami​.org/events.en.​html Mode: Asian Americans Designing Fashion Nov 3 (Thu) 6:30pm - 9pm UF Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. Mode - (noun/mōd/): 1. A way or manner in which something occurs or is experienced, expressed, or done 2. A fashion or style in clothes, art, literature, etc. A variety of Asian American fashion designers as well as a questions and answers session from the designers themselves. Talented Asian American designers will be sharing their collections and insight into the fashion industry with the University of Florida and Gainesville community! Also be featuring performances from local entertainers live on the runway! Doors open at 6:30pm. For more information on UF Asian Kaleidoscope Month please visit www.ufakmonth.com. Mukushin-ryu Seminar & Workshop Nov 5 (Sat) Rising Sun Martial Arts - 2220 E Hwy 192 Kissimmee from 10am. WORKSHOP / SEMINAR Seminar fee’s: Pre-register by 10/31: Part I - $20 Part II - $20 / Dojo Rate - bring 4+ students for 1 free registration! Register after 10/31: Part I - $25 Part II - $25 For more info call or e-mail Pete Campbell, shibucho: 407-922-0854 www.mukushin.co​m, seishin@mukushi​n.com Japan Festival 2011 Nov 6 (Sun) Noon - 5pm at The Village at Hunter’s Creek (John Young Pkwy + 417) 13574 Village Park Dr., Orlando. Taiko Drumming, Koto Music Japanese Dance, Tsugaru Shamisen, Japanese Calligrphy, Kimono Tryouts, Bazzar, Raffle and Food Stalls. Free Admission. www.OrlandoJapanFestival.com

Is there anything that really can help your business - your SALES? Bring you NEW ORDERS and NEW CUSTOMERS, not indirectly, but DIRECTLY?

The answer is Online Ordering system.

In an era in which more than 74 percent of Americans are online, in which most people would rather type text messages and e-mails than pick up the phone, in which we can buy almost everything on the Internet. Today, more and more restaurants, including all the major pizza chains, are taking online orders right now. IntelliEagle is a Restaurant Online Ordering expert and senior software consultant in Orlando, Florida. To learn more, please visit http://www.intellieagle.com. You may contact Will Zheng directly at wzheng@intellieagle.com mentiion <Asia Trend Magazine>.


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China Garden Restaurant


118 S Semoran Blvd. Winter Park www.chinagardenwp.com ________________________________________

Golden Lotus Restaurant


8365 S John Young Pkwy. Orlando ________________________________________

Ho Ho Choy


1441 E. Fletcher Ave Suite 125 Tampa www.hohochoychinese.com ________________________________________

Ming’s Bistro


1212 Woodward St. Orlando ________________________________________

ABC Seafood Restaurant


2705 54th Ave. St. Petersburg ________________________________________

Chopstix Dim Sum & Seafood


Ha Long Bay


T.C. Choy’s Asian Bistro


1441 East Fletcher Ave.Tampa ________________________________________ 5944 34th Street Suite 38-41, St. Petersburg ________________________________________ 301 S. Howard Ave. Tampa ________________________________________

Yummy House China Bistro


2620 E. Hillsbrough Ave. Tampa ________________________________________

Toa Toa Chinese Restaurant


4145 Northwest 88th Ave. Sunrise


Golden Lotus Restaurant

8463 S John Young Pkwy, Orlando ________________________________________

www.1storiental.com refer to P.20 for more details ________________________________________

Sushi Tomi


Mikado Japanese Cuisine

6417 Raleigh St. Orlando 407-822-1080 13586 Village Park Dr # 306 Orlando 407-851-9933 ________________________________________

KOREAN Korea House Restaurant


Shin Jung Korean Restaurant


1155 W. State Road 434 Longwood, FL 32750 ________________________________________ 1638 E Colonial Dr. Orlando

PAN ASIAN Bento Cafe www.bentocafesushi.com ________________________________________ Bayridge Sushi and Steakhouse www.brsushi.com ________________________________________ VariAsian Crazy Buffet


1441 E. Fletcher Ave. Suite 125, Tampa www.hohochoychinese.com ________________________________________

Ming’s Bistro


Chopstix Dim Sum & Seafood


Ha Long Bay


1212 Woodward St. Orlando ________________________________________ 1441 East Fletcher Ave.Tampa ________________________________________ 5944 34th Street Suite 38-41, St. Petersburg ________________________________________

T.C. Choy’s Asian Bistro


301 S. Howard Ave. Tampa ________________________________________

Yummy House China Bistro


Toa Toa Chinese Restaurant


2620 E. Hillsbrough Ave. Tampa ________________________________________ 4145 Northwest 88th Ave. Sunrise

Chop Stix Cafe


3500 SW 13th Street , Gainesville ________________________________________

Chop Stix Bistro-Thornebrook Village 352-505-3131 3100 SW 34th Street , Gainesville

Fil-Am Cuisine Inc. (3 Angels)

Bayridge Sushi and Steakhouse

Philippine Fiesta Restaurant 1206 East Vine St., Kissimmee

3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando 407-282-8488 1000 West State Road 434, Longwood 407-331-0000 2189 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka 407-889-9999 ________________________________________

Hana Sushi


Ho Ho Choy


Aki Restaurant


397 East Altamonte Drive, Suite 1200, Altamonte Springs www.hanasushi.info ________________________________________

1441 E. Fletcher Ave. Suite 125, Tampa www.hohochoychinese.com ________________________________________ 7460 Universal Blvd. Orlando ________________________________________

Gizmo Sushi


Gochi Sushi Cafe


Ran-Getsu of Tokyo


Shin Japanese Cuisine


110 S Semoran Blvd. Winter Park ________________________________________ 13770 W. Colonial Dr, Winter Garden ________________________________________ 901 South Orlando Ave., Maitland, FL ________________________________________

803 N. Orange Ave. Orlando www.shinsushi.com ________________________________________

SHOGUN Japanese Steak House (鉄板焼き Teppan-yaki)

6327 International Dr., Orlando 407-352-1607 ________________________________________


Bento Cafe www.bentocafesushi.com ________________________________________ Got Tea


Internet Boba House


2202 W. Waters Ave. Tampa ________________________________________ 2764 University Square Dr. Tampa ________________________________________

Lollicup Coffee & Tea

1212 E Colonial Dr, Orlando 407-897-1377 8098 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando 407-850-BOBA 3550 SW 34th St, Gainesville 352-505-3662‎ ________________________________________



1202 N. Semoran Blvd. Orlando ________________________________________

SEA Thai Restaurant


Soong Thai


3812 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando ________________________________________ 9448 W Colonial Dr. Ocoee

7625 W. Newberry Rd. Gainesville

Little Saigon


1106 E Fowler Ave. Tampa


10127 E. Adamo Dr. Tampa



refer to P.10 for more details 877-668-MD88 (6388) ________________________________________

Woo Sung Oriental Food Mart 407-295-4077

5079 Edgewater Dr. Orlando refer to P.3 for more details ________________________________________

Eastside Asian Market 12950 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando


Farm Fresh Produce Market 407-615-8882_ 10950 E Colonial Dr. Orlando refer to P.38 for more details ________________________________________



Phuoc Loc Tho market


Brandon Oriental Market


Oceanic Oriental Supermarket


Chun Ching Market


Oriental Mart


PK Oriental Mart


812-816 N. Mills Ave. Orlando ________________________________________ 2100 E Colonial Dr. Orlando ________________________________________ 112 Pauls Dr., Brandon, FL 33511 ________________________________________ 1609 N Tampa St. Tampa ________________________________________ 418 NW 8th Ave, Gainesville ________________________________________ 4850 N University Drive, Lauderhill ________________________________________ 2350 N University Drive, Sunrise

Bombay Grill


4465 N University Dr. Lauderhill, FL ________________________________________

Gabose Korean and Japanese Restaurant 954-572-4800 4991 N University Dr. Lauderhill, FL 33351 ________________________________________

Hong Kong City


M&H Cafe


Namaste Indian Grocery


New China Buffet


5301 N State Road 7 (US 441) Tamarac, FL ________________________________________ 2875 S University DriveDavie, FL ________________________________________ 4822 N University Dr. Lauderhill, FL ________________________________________

Oriental Square Market and Emporium 954-340-8828 2365 University Dr. Coral Springs, FL ________________________________________

Silver Pond


4285 N State ROad 7 (US 441) Lauderdale Lakes, FL

Sarasota Locations Vung Tau Oriental Market


M D Oriental Market

8369 Pines Blvd. Pembroke Pines, FL ________________________________________


Royal Thai

5132 W. Colonial Dr. Orlando

S. Florida Locations


5944 34th St N #37 St. Petersburg



3197 W. Vine St., Kissimmee ________________________________________


151 S Orange Ave. Orlando 407-999-8989 7335 W. Sand Lake Rd. Orlando 407-352-2277 3841 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville 352-224-5123 ________________________________________



Thuy Cafe


Bento Cafe


2702 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa ________________________________________

8365 S John Young Pkwy. Orlando ________________________________________

Ho Ho Choy

for more information

ASIAN GROCERIES 1st Oriental Supermarket 407-292-3668


Momoyaki 407-352-3832

Please call 646-389-ASIA

6400 International Dr, Orlando 407-345-0245 8249 Vineland Ave #108 407-239-4920 ________________________________________

2441 NW 43rd Street , Gainesville ________________________________________


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1106 E Colonial Dr. Orlando ________________________________________

Lạc Việt Bistro


Phở Hòa


Phở 88 Noodle


Phở Vinh Restaurant


2021 East Colonial Dr. Orlando ________________________________________ 649 N Primrose Dr. Orlando ________________________________________ 730 N Mills Ave. Orlando ________________________________________ 657 N Primrose Dr. Orlando ________________________________________


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