Los Angeles benefits in myriad ways from the contributions and influence of the AAPI community. We see it in the fabric of our city – and we get to experience it on the streets. During Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we look back at how CicLAvia events have connected neighbors to the rich history, art, culture, and people all around them.
These photos offer a few glimpses of how the AAPI community has touched countless regions throughout LA.
Executive Director Romel Pascual kicks off CicLAvia–The Valley, December 8, 2019
Our first time exploring the streets of Thai Town, during CicLAvia–Meet the Hollywoods, August 18, 2019
The Chinatown Metro Station, at CicLAvia–Heart of LA Celebrating UCLA100, October 6, 2019
The distinctive "yagura," or fire tower, in the Japanese Village Plaza of LA's Little Tokyo district, during CicLAvia–Heart of LA, October 6, 2013
A performance by Yuujou Daiko outside the Japanese American National Museum's Kokoro Boutique, at CicLAvia–Heart of LA Celebrating UCLA100, October 6, 2019
Our staff working the CicLAvia Fundraiser on February 2, 2020
A view of the OOMO Cube ("Out of Many, One") outside JANM, at CicLAvia–Heart of LA Celebrating UCLA100, October 6, 2019
Chinatown, at CicLAvia–Heart of LA, October 6, 2019
There is so much more of LA to explore over the next 10 years. Join us by becoming a CicLAvia Street Star with a monthly donation that shows your support for active transportation, small businesses, open streets, and good health. Plus, we'll send you gifts!
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