The outbreak of coronavirus in China has disrupted millions of people’s lives. Kids in the epicenter, Wuhan, are hit the hardest. From halfway around the world in the U.S., kids are sending their blessings in short videos to encourage kids in Wuhan to stay strong. We hope you can join #STAYSTRONGWUHANKIDS to spread the love. 

From Houston

In celebration of the 2021 Lunar New Year, Sino US Performing Arts Organizations invites its artist friends and community partners from California, Hawaii, and Nebraska to share their Year of the Ox wishes to the Asian communities. We are pleased to share the 12 videos with you and wish everybody a healthy and prosperous 2021 Lunar New Year! Our sincere appreciation to Beibei Monter, Celia Liu, Vicky Cheng, Aventurina King, Orson van Gay II, Bowers Museum, USC Pacific Asia Museum, Chinese American Museum, South Coast Plaza, Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, and Nebraska Chinese Association for your participation and warm greetings.

Summary

From Aventurina King

SINOUSCARES

From San Francisco

From Bei Bei

As the pandemic spreads across the world, social distancing and self-quarantine seem to make time slow down and people isolated. If you are feeling like this you are not alone. Sino US Performing Arts Organization's artist friends have sent messages from home to share how they are coping with this unprecedented challenge and to keep everyone positive. Stay home, stay safe. We will get through this together.

#STAYSTRONGWUHANKIDS

#SINOUSCARES

#standwithwuhan

#武汉孩子加油

​#BeUnited

From New Jersey

From Orson Van Gay II

#SINOUSCARES

#2021LunarNewYear

#SINOUSFriends

​#SINOUSPartners

#SINOUSCARES

#StayAtHome

#stayhome

​#staysafe

#stayhealthy

#staypositive

WE PRESENT CHINESE ARTS

Be United

From San Francisco

Love From Our Artists Friends

From Los Angeles

From Los Angeles

From Celia Liu

#STAYSTRONGWUHANKIDS

#STAYSTRONGWUHANKIDS

From Seattle

2021 SINOUS Artist Friends and Partners Lunar New Year Greeting Videos