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Asian Hall of Fame Announces Induction 2022


— Los Angeles and Seattle celebrations advance programming, Health Science Guild, Women In Tech & Entertainment Guild

Asian Hall of Fame ( ) unveils 22 honorees at Induction 2022 festivities in Los Angeles and Seattle. To advance programming and philanthropy, its founder Robert Chinn Foundation matches up to $500,000. Contributions over $1,000 through sponsorships, grants or GoFundMe ( ) are recognized in perpetuity as Season 2023 Founders, Health Science Guild Founders, or Women in Tech & Entertainment Guild Founders.

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On November 12, the Induction Ceremony at Alex Theatre in Glendale, California immortalizes 17 Inductees and Artist Ambassador Ed Roth ( ). Inductee Hiroshima ( ) headlines one of their last concerts. Ed Roth performs with Robby Krieger ( ) and special guests. Celebration of Life honors Inductee Norm Mineta ( ) and Inductee Phil Chen ( ). Frank Buckley of KTLA 5 is Master of Ceremonies. VIP seats are invite-only. Standard tickets ( ) are available.

On November 18, the Founders Gala at Sky View Observatory in Seattle, Washington immortalizes 6 Inductees and Artist Ambassador Krist Novoselic ( ) of Nirvana. Artist Ambassador Danny Seraphine ( ) & CTA headlines with The Temptations vocalist Tony Grant. Ed Roth performs with Inductee Daniel Pak, Inductee Hiro Yamamoto of Soundgarden and Krist Novoselic. Mimi Jung of KING 5 is Master of Ceremonies. VIP seats are invite-only.

Inductees (in first-name alphabetical order) are Panda Express founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng ( ), Olympian Chloe Kim ( ), GRAMMY Award-winner Daniel Ho ( ), first Indian Louis Vuitton brand ambassador Deepika Padukone ( ), Crustacean founders Helene An and daughter Elizabeth An ( ), Jiaoying Summers ( ), Joseph Bae ( ) and Janice Lee ( ), Margaret Cho ( ), Momo Wang ( ), Omar and Christine Lee ( ), Senator Tammy Duckworth ( ), Tia Carrere ( ), and NYX founder Toni Ko ( ).

Seattle Inductees are Daniel Pak ( ), Hiro Yamamoto ( ), Karen Wong ( ), Pat Chun ( ), Robert and Ruth Chinn ( ) in memoriam and first indigenous Inductee Virginia Cross ( ).

Inductees, artists, and executives are available for interviews.

Media credential application ( ) closes on October 21.

Images, bios, video, and press releases are available in Dropbox ( ).

Established in 2004, Asian Hall of Fame is a global platform that elevates Asian excellence in the United States and worldwide to overcome anti-Asian bias, increase Asian representation, and promote cross-cultural collaboration. Year-round work advances the Social Justice Initiative, Brain Trauma Program, Tech & Entertainment Incubator and Team Member Scholarships. Visit or contact Rochelle Srigley at

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SOURCE: Asian Hall of Fame