May: Learning, Reflecting, and Celebrating the Asian Community

“AAPI month is a chance to celebrate how Asian culture is woven into our national fabric.”

May 17, 2022

Top row, left to right: Abhi Satyavarapu, Diane Lee, Myles Mann, Jay Lee, Megan Ruan; Bottom row, left to right: Kevin Liang, Nancy Wang (top), Nishaad Ruparel (bottom), Chloe Colberg, Alice Huang (top), Rohan Chen (bottom). Credit: Elena Zhukova

Members of the Asian Business Student Association. Top row, left to right: Abhi Satyavarapu, Diane Lee, Myles Mann, Jay Lee, Megan Ruan; Bottom row, left to right: Kevin Liang, Nancy Wang (top), Nishaad Ruparel (bottom), Chloe Colberg, Alice Huang (top), Rohan Chen (bottom). | Elena Zhukova

From embracing dual cultures and identities to celebrating the accomplishments of the Asian community, students from the Asian Business Student Association share with us what AAPI Month means to them.

“AAPI month is a reminder to love all parts of my Asian identity and amplify the voice of our community through storytelling and sharing experiences,” says Nancy Wang, MBA ’23.

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