By the end of October in 2021, the state of Washington reached a total of 728k COVID-19 cases and 8,686 deaths caused by COVID.
A-List Communication joined forces with Crossings TV, CDPH (California Department of Public Health) and UC Davis Health on California’s COVID-19 vaccine efforts.
Dui Hua, a nonprofit humanitarian organization, hosted the very first International Symposium of “Girls in Conflict with the Law“.
In 2021, it was imperative to be socially distanced during the Chinese New Year celebration, but it was equally important for those of Chinese descent to continue the new year traditions such as gifting someone a red envelope.
A-List Actively Working with the Health Departments on COVID and Vaccine Updates during the Pandemic
As the COVID 19 cases continued to be on the rise and vaccines for the pandemic became more available,
During the onset of COVID-19 in the US in 2020, A-List Communication prepared multilingual educational materials for California Department of Public Health (CDPH) who worked closely with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Amanda Peeters, the founder and manager of A-List Communication, hosted a Fraud Prevention TV Program for AARP in Cantonese during Chinese Spring Festival in 2020.
A-List Communication’s Amanda Peeters interpreted for Au Ho Nien, a well known Chinese ink painting master in July 2019 during a lecture and exhibit of the artist at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
A-List Communication is proud to announce being one of the first agencies to offer Guosa language services.
SWAHILI FOR THE EAST, GUOSA FOR THE WEST AFRICA
By Alex Guosa Igbineweka, Nominee for Nobel Laureate Award
The colonial lingua franca monopoly of the indigenous independent Nigeria and the West African nations did not only destabilize and destroy the socio-political and industrial strategies of the countries;