What to do when you’re not studying, calculating your taxes on an abacus, or practicing piano:
The Patient Protection and and Affordable Care Act turns one on March 23. Join the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum in showing your appreciation for health care reform, and sign the birthday card they’re sending to Congress. [APIAHF]
Calling all Asians who can “sang” – Simon Cowell’s singing competition that is not “American Idol” is finally coming to the US. Auditions for “The X Factor” begin Saturday, March 26. [FOX]
The Han Benefit Concert takes place in NYC on Friday, March 25. The show is a fundraiser to fight hunger in North Korea, where 1 in 3 children under the age of 5 show signs of malnutrition. Tickets are $18 in advance, $25 at the door. [Han Benefit Concert: Rock to Fight Hunger in North Korea]
Gamers are auctioning off rare video game parapharnalia for the Play For Japan campaign, which is raising money to provide relief for victims of the tsunami in Japan. [Play For Japan]
Thanks to Andrew, Jack and Minki!
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