Alan Romero 2
Alan Romero and his twin brother have done well. Both highly educated, Romero is a financial planner and his brother is an engineer.
By Elizabeth Blish Hughes
Join us July 29th to Screen a Community Caregiving Documentary
DC Chinatown
“Chinatown” is a documentary about the Washington, DC community that is the home to approximately 300 Chinese immigrants. Produced and filmed by Yi Chen, the movie explores DC’s Chinese community and the challenges for the Chinatown neighborhood to stay intact while providing for the needs of older Chinese residents. In observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Month, AARP DC recently hosted two screenings of “Chinatown” for its neighbors, residents of Wah Luck House, a housing facility predominately occupied by older Chinese citizens, for DC. Also a partner for the screenings were AARP’s Asian American Strategic Engagement Employee Resource Groups (SEERG), and representatives from the DC Office of Asian American and Pacific Islanders Affairs
Chinese Dragon
Join AARP and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles on February 16th and 17th for the 114th Annual Golden Dragon Parade celebrating the Chinese New Year. The day of the Lunar New Year is the most celebrated holiday of the year for nearly 1.5 million people of Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese descent living in Southern California.
indian dancers
This past fall, AARP sponsored a  multicultural festival, held at the renowned National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.  The festival was a celebration of the diversity and community life that is found throughout the Delaware Valley. The event brought together local residents and guests to celebrate a rich medley of cultures within the African American, Asian, and Hispanic-Latino communities.
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