This timeframe was chosen because of two important anniversaries: The Army plans and executes events and activities at all installations, focusing specifically on Asian and Pacific Soldiers and their families but the greater issue of diversity permeates all activities. What continued efforts does the Army have planned for the future' The Army recognizes that all cultures have a place in today's society and places great emphasis on ethnic celebrations and commemorations. In our global society, the future calls for even more cooperation and a "coming together. In the future, the Army will continue to celebrate diversity among Soldiers and civilians as a way to build teamwork and cohesiveness. Ethnic celebrations will be emphasized and continue throughout subsequent years.
2010 Asian Pacific Heritage Month Senior Army Leader message
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May 13, -- Trophy Point is always a place for special events such as the annual tattoo or the summer musical series. However, Trophy Point had a distinct Asian flair May 7 when it was turned over to Chinese, Korean and the Filipino members of cadet Asian-Pacific groups and their guests to showcase their food, cultural dances and demonstrations of martial arts for the 9th annual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration. Participants enjoyed Asian food samplings such as Korean Kimbap, a fast Korean food made from steamed white rice and other ingredients rolled in seaweed that looks like sushi. Then again when mom went to her daughter's home, she made corn beef and cabbage and her daughter's boyfriend made Asian food. Cadets perform, organize and plan the event every year.
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He is 30 years old. Tran was born in Ben Tre, Vietnam on 13 December In , his family departed Vietnam and settled in Rock Hill, South Carolina, which he now calls home. Tran is married to the former Kimberly L. Smith and has a 2 year old son.