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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month  

In a city as diverse as Houston, we enjoy the ability to explore a variety of cultures from basically our backyard. Houston's Asian community has been a huge influence in how the city has developed into what it is today - a cultural mecca. Large portions of our residents have Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern roots and this has truly shaped how we live, eat, and enjoy our city.

This May, celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with us by attending an interesting event, trying a new dish or getting out to see the sights.

Houston Ballet Golden Dragon


Here are some to get you started!

Houston Dragon Boat Festival - Saturday, May 4
The Buffalo Bayou will be overflowing with people and boats at the Annual Houston Dragon Boat Festival. More than 30 corporate and community teams will paddle their way in the waters of downtown Houston with other festivities celebrating Asian and Asian-American culture.

Mediterranean Festival 2019 - Saturday, May 4
Held on the first Saturday in May each year, the Mediterranean Festival features a tradition that is more than 100 years old, the Syrian Dinner. This annual fundraiser for St. Michael's Church features authentic Greek and Arabic foods available a la carte from a variety of vendors throughout the fair grounds. Along with food, families can enjoy camel rides, face painting, games and other fun activities.

AsiaFest 2019 - Saturday, May 11
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at Asia Fest! An International bazaar, performances, arts and rafts, fusion cuisine, and live demonstrations await at Asia Society Texas Center's annual free festival.


Sri Meenakshi Temple view

Cultural Sights

Houston is home to more diverse cultures than many major cities, so make sure to allow a few days to explore some of the areas religious sites. Here is just a sample of the many sites in Houston. Read more...

Les Noodle Pho


If you're like us, you know the best way to learn about someone's culture is by trying their food. One of the best things about visiting Houston is experiencing the diverse cultures that make up the city’s population of 2.3 million people. Similar to other major U.S. cities, Houston has an area dominated by delicious Asian restaurants, exotic shopping and fun cultural experiences. Eat more...

Houston Artist Dandee Warhol


Arts Community

This month, we highlighted the story of three Houstonian artists with Asian heritage and came to learn of how they got their start and how Houston has inspired them. See their stories here!