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Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce Cordially invites you to attend

Business Seminar & Networking Dinner

New Guidance and Tips for 2012 Season
Corporate and Personal Tax Returns

Mrs. Serina Moy, President, Moy & Cheung Company
Senior Board Member, APACC

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DATE: Friday, 16 March, 2012
TIME: 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
PLACE: New Fortune Restaurant, 16515 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 301-548-8886 (Free parking)

COST: $30 APACC Members by RSVP
$40 Nonmember or at the door
Send check to: APACC, 3204 Tower Oaks Blvd, Suite 208, Rockville, MD 20852; Tel: 301-424-1471;

Online registration: www.apacc.us
Email: info@apacc.us
Dr. John Young, 301-404-1690, or email jyoung@apacc.us
Dr. Jon Liu, 301-806-8770, or email jjliu@apacc.us

2010 APA Heritage Month Celebration

APACC kicks off 2010 Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month by hosting a celebration party in New Fortunate Restaurant, Gaithersburg, MD. Over 20 officials from Maryland State and Montomery County, and many other APA community leaders participated the event. (In the photo, the APACC leadership team receives recognition from Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and County Council member George Leventhal. From the left, Dr. Jon Liu, President, Dr. John Young, Chairman of the board, Mr. Ike Leggett, Mr. Wonro Lee, President of APACC Foundation, Mr. George Leventhal.)

MD State Senators Robert Garagiola, Nancy King, Jennie Forehand, Mike Lenett, State Delegate Susan Lee, William Frick, Karen Montgomery, Kumar Barve, and Brian Feldman attended reception.

Governor Martin O'Malley and Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown sent their greetings to APACC and the entire APA communities. Congratulatory Citations were delivered by Jane Nishida, Chair of Asian Pacific American Commission, David Lee, Director of Governor's Office on Asian Pacific American Affairs, and Asuntha Chiang-Smith, Lieutenant Governor Brown's Deputy Chief of Staff, Executive Director of BRAC. Mr. Ken Taylor, Manager of Office of Business Relations and Compliance of Montgomery County presented seminar on Local Small Business Reservation Program. The celebration party also featured several outstanding Asian business owners and winners of the 1st Washington D.C. Metropolitan Ms. Chinese American beauty Pageant.

APACC supports the 5th Annual Asian American Business Conference (AABC)

The fifth annual Asian American Business Conference (AABC) was successfully held on 7-8 June 2010 in Rockville, Maryland.

New features of this year included matchmaking sessions with corporate buyers and lending institutions, and a legislative reception. The event, hosted by the Governor’s Office and Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs in partnership with the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce, is the premier annual event for Maryland’s APA business community. This year conference brought together several hundreds of business representatives, government officials, consultants, and academics.

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley presented feature speech at 10:30am. At the event’s luncheon, Congresswoman Judy Chu of California, the first Chinese-American woman elected to the US Congress, delivered keynote speech. Other speakers included Professor Vinod Jain of the University of Maryland Smith School of Business. The last speaker of the day was Secretary of Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development Christian Johansson. More details are available on the website http://www.aabcmaryland.com.

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