Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on April 16.
In honor of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, Cincinnati’s Asian Food Fest will host a celebration of our region’s Asian American employees and entrepreneurs, Saturday, May 11, 2 p.m., at the event’s main stage.
“Our vibrant mix of cultures makes the Cincinnati region a prosperous place to do business and call home,” said Erin Rolfes, corporate affairs manager of Kroger Cincinnati-Dayton division, presenting sponsor of Asian Food Fest.
Asian American employee resource groups, organizations and individuals wishing to participate are asked to submit their information here.
Asian Food Fest, presented by Kroger and produced by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in partnership with the Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati, will take place at its new and expanded site, Saturday, May 11, noon-10 p.m. and Sunday, May 12, noon-8 p.m., on Freedom Way, between Elm and Walnut Streets, at the Banks. Fans of Asian Food Fest will enjoy a mouthwatering tour of Asian foods, in the form of small plates, priced from $2$6. The event is free and open to the public.
Asian Food Fest celebrates the culture, cuisine, entertainment and drinks of Asian communities including Cambodia, China, Hawaii, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. A portion of the proceeds from Asian Food Fest will benefit the non-profit Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati and future Asian cultural events in Greater Cincinnati. Learn more at asianfoodfest.org.
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