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The Asian American Pacific Islander virtual experience will immerse your team in the stories of AAPI Month Heritage and leaders. This experience will share the history of Asian Americans from the 1800s to the present day, including leaders like Fred Korematsu and D.S. Saund.

In addition, learn about how Asian Americans have impacted every aspect of American life, and dive into how AAPI representation has changed in movies over the last 150 years, with our fun movie-themed trivia segments.

Plus, this experience includes live-streaming visits to San Francisco’s Chinatown, one of the oldest Asian American communities in North America.

This is NOT a lecture. Instead, the interactive experience shares the unique community, history, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Plus, our small business is Asian American-owned, so you will be supporting an AAPI business by booking this event!

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AAPI heritage month event

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Wish all our meetings for sharing information were like this. Entertaining and informative!!!

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Experience Details


In general, the AAPI event ranges from $20 to $100 USD per person.

Lower pricing is for large groups interested in virtual-only events.

Higher pricing includes our thematic gift boxes.

We provide discounted pricing for schools and nonprofits.

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What’s included:

60 minute engaging Team Building experience;

2 live in-studio guides;

1 live on-location virtual tour guide in San Francisco

Treat Boxes (optional) shipped directly to your guests via UPS Ground

Shipping going out at least 10 days prior to your event

Treat Box includes:

A selection of at least 5 treats created by Asian-American businesses that reflect Asian-inspired flavors, including:

Banana Joe’s Thai Sweet Chili chips

Omsom Spicy Bulgogi

Pocket Latte Mango Yuzu Choco Nuts

Noodle Girl Vietnamese Corn Snacks

Wildwonder Strawberry Passion Beverage

Caramel Jaggery Yoga Pops

*products subject to change, depending on availability

Sales deadline:

To ship boxes, we need at least 14 days notice before your event. If you choose to have your guests receive the boxes after the event, then addresses can be provided at a later point.

Highlights Include:

  • Fascinating stories of AAPI heritage
  • Meaningful live-streaming in San Francisco’s Chinatown
  • A look at the diversity of Asian communities in North America

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Details About the AAPI Month Virtual Event

What team building activities are in this virtual AAPI Month event?

The virtual AAPI Month team building event shares the history of Asian Americans and their impact on American history.

In addition, it includes live-streaming visits to San Francisco’s Chinatown. Plus, the experience includes trivia questions and fun interactive elements.

Your team will love these virtual celebrations of AAPI history. Further, we help your team honor the history and significance of important Asian Americans.

What is the ROI for our company with this experience?

Our historians spend 300 hours each year on this event researching from many sources.

On the event, the guides share AAPI history and culture in the early 1800s to the present day. They end with the impact of Asian Americans today and the need for continued learning. Your team will leave the event feeling uplifted and encouraged with a new understanding of the contributions to Asian American and Pacific Islanders to American life.

Could we give a short introduction?

Corporate groups are welcome to provide a short introduction. We allocate about five minutes for opening remarks and our guides will cue your speaker during the introduction sequence.

Is this an uplifting experience?

The AAPI Month Heritage virtual experience is an uplifting experience. Specifically, it shares how perseverance and allyship created significant change.

In addition, companies leave inspired. Further, schools and community foundations love it. In fact, it truly feels like an in-person event.

The Information in the AAPI Month Virtual Event

What history is in this experience?

Our historians spend over 300 hours each year updating the history of the AAPI Month virtual event. We’ll cover the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders from the 1800s to the present day.

What do the live-streaming guides show?

The live-streaming guides show locations important to Asian American heritage in San Francisco’s Chinatown.

First, Chinatown was the first major Asian American community in North America.

Second, the guide shows wonderful street art, such as art honoring Bruce Lee and Yick Wo v. Hopkins.

Third, the guide shows the first Chinese Telephone Exchange and other important sites.

Guests love the live-streaming guides on this experience.

Is the history accurate?

With four historians on staff, we ensure our history is accurate. Specifically, we use original source documents to research this event. For example, we use newspapers, diary entries, and more.

Booking the AAPI Month Heritage Virtual Event

When do we need to book the AAPI Month event?

We begin opening spots in February.

However, spots book up soon. We run this experience for two weeks in May only.  For that reason, we suggest booking early.

Are the guides on the AAPI Heritage experience members of the AAPI community?

Yes, we will have 3 guides leading this experience, and at least one, if not two guides on this experience will be of AAPI heritage.

Can you offer a shorter AAPI month event?

Because this event includes one live-streaming guide, it cannot be less than 60 minutes.

Do you have suggestions to enhance our AAPI Month virtual experience?

Check out this AAPI Month Work Ideas blog post which has many ideas to honor the month for your corporate teams.