Lee Herrick Moderating Thomas Park Clement’s Video & Book

By our very own reknown poet, Lee Herrick, will be moderating Thomas Park Clement’s video and book at Ohgane Restaurant in Oakland, CA.  A buffet will be served.  Non-members $20/Members $10.  Please RSVP via Facebook or info@aka-sf.org. We look forward to seeing you there!


AKA-SF is celebrating Chuseok and Korean Alphabet Day in collaboration with Korean Language and Cultural Foundation.  This is a great family event!  There will be booths for dressing up on Korean Hanbok, Hanji, Oldest Korean Jikji, and more.  This is a free event and we look forward to seeing you there!!

Chuseok Event at Milpitas Library Auditorium from 3 to 5:30pm

DON’T FORGET, this weekend is our annual Chuseok Event and Hangeul Day in collaboration with Korean Language and Culture Foundation.  We will be celebrating with booths providing fun activities for all ages and great Korean food.  This is a great family event for everyone to enjoy! Milpitas Library Auditorium, 160 N Main Street, Milpitas, CA We […]

“Where Are You Going, Thomas?” Film Discussion with Lee Herrick

We are delighted to announce our upcoming partnership with Lee Herrick for a film discussion on Korean adoptee Thomas Park Clement’s life: Where Are You Going, Thomas? Thomas Park Clement has graciously donated his autobiography and the DVD of his film to AKA-SF. We will be mailing out the book The Unforgotten War: Dust of […]

Koreans and Camptowns 2015 Conference (FREE Event)

Partially sponsored by AKASF, this one day conference offers the opportunity to learn more about the camptowns that developed alongside military bases in Korea during and after the Korean War.  The conference will also provide historical context by which to understand the overseas adoption of thousands of mixed-race children.