The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) hosted a cozy gathering on February 27, 2010 at O’Asian Kitchen, in an effort to raise money for the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti. The evening started with a meet and greet with the new 2010 board members of NAAAP, and a presentation on the urgent needs of Haiti. Andy Yip, Executive Advisory of NAAAP, then gave a short speech to encourage fellow Asians to represent themselves in the community at local, national, and global levels. The guests then unwound to several comedians, including Xung Lam, alongside foods and drinks, and enjoyed the evening of social networking. The event proceeds will be donated to the Central Emergency Relief Fund of United Nation. The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) hosted a cozy gathering on February 27, 2010 at O’Asian Kitchen, in an effort to raise money for the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti. The evening started with a meet and greet with the new 2010 board members of NAAAP, and a presentation on the urgent needs of Haiti. Andy Yip, Executive Advisory of NAAAP, then gave a short speech to encourage fellow Asians to represent themselves in the community at local, national, and global levels. The guests then unwound to several comedians, including Xung Lam, alongside foods and drinks, and enjoyed the evening of social networking. The event proceeds will be donated to the Central Emergency Relief Fund of United Nation. 

 

NAAAP is a Pan-Asian non-profit organization dedicated to creating leaders through professionalism, cultural awareness, and giving back to community. Its members come from all walks of life. NAAAP Seattle is first found in 1979, and participated in many charitable fundraisers since. More information may be found at http://seattle.naaap.org

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