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Mindful Musings

Please join us on Thursday, June 13th at 5PM PT for a celebration of historically influential women on the next episode of Mindful Musings: Asian Heroines of History!

If you missed the 2024 Walk of Remembrance: Honoring Monterey Bay's Chinese Community events in early May, you'll be able to catch Nancy Wang, Roopa Mohan and Bowen Lyam Lee's performances of three inspirational women: Quock Mui, Katsurba Gandhi, and Junko Tabei. There will be a discussion following the performance, and you can register on Zoom to save your spot in this online event!

We hope to see you there! 

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Honoring Three Important Women

Katsurba Ghandi
(1869-1944)

Kasturbai Mohandas Gandhi was an Indian political activist who was involved in the Indian independence movement during British India. She was married to Mohandas Gandhi, commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi.

Quock Mui
(1859-1936)

With her brother Tuck Lee, Mui weathered the changes and prejudices with courage, conviction and commitment to right the wrongs that were being perpetrated against the Chinese in Monterey fishing villages.

Junko Tabei
(1938-2016)

Junko Tabei was a Japanese mountaineer, author, and teacher. She was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest and first woman to ascend the Seven Summits, climbing the highest peak on every continent.

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