Saturday, April 7, 2012

"Apple Picking in May"

"Apple Picking in May"
A giveaway of Apple Products to celebrate Asian American Heritage Month

Media contact: Dr Tee (630) 309-9399

CHICAGO (April 5, 2012) – Malaysian Club of Chicago (MCC) announces that it will host its’ first-ever Asian Cultural show in celebration of Asian American Heritage Month and Chinatown’s 100th Birthday. The celebration will be held in collaboration with 18 other Asian communities on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 2:00pm at the Chinatown Square outdoor stage.

Several Asian associations and museums (Chinese-American Museum of Chicago and Chicago Children's Museum) will offer such activities such as: craft making, face painting, balloon artistry, opera mask making, henna painting and many more activities for the entire family. A Chinese Lion Dance, and Malaysian Kompang will lead the grandiose opening. We encourage the general public to take part in rhythmic Malaysian Joget, Indian Bollywood, Filipino Tinikling, Punjabi Bangra as well as other forms of participation dancing. Sit back and enjoy the many performances of the participating Asian groups such as the Nepalese community as well as those by the Korean community. Bring your cameras and have fun taking pictures with Asians dressed in their native costumes.

Our highlight of course will be "Apple Picking" which is the raffle of Apple products such as iPads and iPods courtesy of Supermax Healthcare, Inc.

This event is free to the public and it will provide an opportunity for families to experience the many cultures of Asian countries in their own backyard.


  1. Is Dr Tee running for Mayor soon?

    1. We hear that he wants to be US Ambassador to South Africa....