‘Night Market Remix’ Virtual Event to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC

NextShark, in partnership with Admerasia, Asian Mentoring Committee and International Secret Agents, is proud to announce a special virtual event to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City.

The Night Market Remix virtual event will showcase the talents of music artist AJ Rafael, YouTuber Steven Lim, magician Kevin Li, chef Esther Choi, singer Priska, rap duo Year of the Ox, rapper and activist Jason Chu, rapper Ruby Ibarra, and EDM DJ and violinist Yut.

The virtual fundraising event, which aims to raise over $30,000, will be held on November 12 at 8:00 p.m. EST and streamed on NextShark’s Facebook and partnering pages.

Join us for this special event to support youth in our communities!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City is the nation’s first, and New York City’s largest, youth mentoring organization. It serves nearly 5,300 youth annually across all five boroughs. Its affinity group, Asian Mentoring Committee, is an organization of volunteers dedicated to supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City by fundraising through events and helping grow mentor interest in support for Asian and Pacific Islander identifying Littles.

NextShark, founded in 2013, is a leading source of Asian American news and culture reaching 15 million people per week on social media. They have been on the forefront of reporting how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Asian communities and businesses around the globe, sharing community initiatives for recovery, and promoting minority community solidarity against racial injustice.

International Secret Agents (ISA), founded in 2008 by Wong Fu Productions and music group Far East Movement, is the premiere platform for celebrating Asian Youth Culture and its global influence.

Admerasia, founded in 1993, is an American advertising agency that has played a critical role in developing technologies to aid Asian American communities and businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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