From the Bay area of California comes word of a project created in the Landmark Education SELP program designed to aid in effective parenting in the Asian American community, bringing fun and joy to the process. The project, created by Wendy Q. Chen, is a workshop event being held Saturday, August 7, at the Great American Theme Park in Santa Clara.
Chen, who owns American Financial Success (AFS), partnered with San Francisco educator Nancy Huang and Vincent Zeng of Soundtek Music to put on and host the event, which aims to create joyful, loving and trusting relationships between parents and children in the Asian American community.
Tickets for the event are $43, but the first 50 participants are only charged $25.80. The event begins promptly at 8am that Saturday – for more information call 415-806-5493 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.