The Boba Making and Trivia event held on the 25th was a resounding success!
Over 300 people RSVPed for this energy-packed, fun community event. High school and college students, as well as history trivia lovers in their 30s and beyond, joined the event. Everyone had fun making their own Boba drinks, eating ethnic bites, taking photos at the photo booth, and writing down their answers in teams. Through these activities, participants learned much about WWII history in Asia. Many commented, “I didn’t know about that.” This year's top three trivia winning teams were Ho Ho Ho, Team Rocket, and Boba Lovers.
This community-building event celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month was organized by Education for Social Justice Foundation, Pacific Atrocities Education, and WWII Memorial Hall for the first time as a team, and it was a resounding success.
We want to take this opportunity to extend our sincere appreciation to Frank Tang, Administrative Director of WWII Memorial Hall, for his kind-hearted support. We give special thanks to all sixteen volunteers for their invaluable help. We thank all generous donors, including twelve vendors for donating goodie bags and raffle prizes. To those who were waitlisted, know that future events will take place, and we'd love to see you back. Thank you, everyone, and see you all again at the next Boba Making & Trivia Day!