SEACHAMPA is a space dedicated to sharing cultures and heritage though and type of expression, whether it be through dance or through art. Our space first started our in Oakland and moved its way into the San Francisco area, working alongisde the likes of AsianWeek. Now at our location in Sacramento Street in Chinatown, we hope to reach out to more people, looking forward to preserving and celebrating cultures with everyone. We strive to create an enviroment that everyone can feel comforatable in celebrating life through all ethnicities, learning, and growing together.
We are so thankful to have support from everyone at Asian Week, San Francisco State University, and our local community. We could not do anything without the time and dedication of our family, friends, and super volunteers!
Angela Pang is a media and community relations expert with an extensive database of Asian American organizations and media outlets in the Bay Area. She manages AsianWeek Foundation’s and San Francisco Hep B Free’s social media sites, and is passionate about the Asian American community. She has helped organize the largest pan Asian celebration nationwide – the Asian Heritage Street Celebration since 2006, coordinating the street fair’s publicity, media sponsorships, and San Francisco Unified School District APA Student Awards and Raffle Program. Since 2008, she has served as the media manager for the Pistahan Parade and Festival and also sits on the San Francisco Police Departments’s Asian Pacific Islander Forum and is a member of the San Francisco Hep B Free campaign.