October 25: Come and join us at Come’n Hang ‘OUT’ Coffee Hour!

October 16, 2009

Indulge in some hot chocolate as the weather gets colder, come to Max Brenner!

Wanna hang out in a chill setting with other queer Asians? Wanna meet new people in the NYC area?  Then come join Q-Wave at our monthly Come `N’ Hang Out!

This is a monthly event for everyone who is queer, LBTQ, questioning, and curious! We are here to talk about our concerns, questions, coming-out, staying-in, joy, fear, and all things that happen along the way of these experiences! We’re here to support each other.We’re here to have fun! If you think you’re anywhere from 0.001% to 100% queer, join us at Come `N’ Hang Out!

Max Brenner
Address: 841 Broadway (between 13th and 14th Streets)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 388-0030

Date: Sunday, October 25, 2009 | Time: 4:00pm-6:00pm

Directions: (via subway): L,N,Q,R,W,4,5,6 to 14th Street-Union Sq Station

Contact: Ryan (718) 663-9107

Join Q-Wave at Asia Society’s Leo Bar on Oct.16th, 2009! 6-9 pm, No cover, Cash bar!

October 5, 2009

Women’s Night at Leo Bar
New York., NY, Oct 16, 2009

Want to meet and rub elbows with 400+ women in one night? Then on October 16th, join Astraea, OP.LYNX and Q-Wave for cocktails, chatting and mingling for Women’s Night at Asia Society’s Leo Bar! Enjoy the free exhibition tours, sip on cocktail specials and chat the night away at one of the most popular women’s event in NYC. A record turnout of over 500 women joined us at the last mixer!

Friday, October 16, 2009
6:00 – 9:00 PM

Leo Bar at Asia Society
725 Park Avenue
(at 70th Street)
New York, NY

Leo Bar is a cash bar with no cover charge.hanging-fire

Exhibition Tours scheduled for 7:15 PM and 7:45 PM.

Currently on view:
Hanging Fire: Contemporary Art from Pakistan
September 10, 2009?January 3, 2010

Devotion in South India: Chola Bromzes
October 6, 2009?February 8, 2010

Yoshihiro Suda: In Focus
October 6, 2009?February 8, 2010BD

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To build a progressive Queer Asian Pacific Islander (QAPI) network that fosters friendships, safe space and community resources.


To increase QAPI presence and assert pertinent social and political priorities into the mainstream communities by promoting unity, mutual respect and understanding.


To create a safe space that inspires and encourages our members to find their own social, political, and/or cultural voices through open discussions, knowledge sharing, and education.