AAPI Deaf-Owned Businesses

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We asked and you answered.

In celebration of AAPI Heritage Month we asked you to tell us about your favorite deaf-owned AAPI businesses and your responses were overwhelming! Below are the businesses that were shared.

Asian Hungry
Asian Hungry

Asian Hungry is a Salt Lake City, Utah-based food blog. They drop new videos on Sundays, so keep a lookout!

By Mara
By Mara

Mara Ladines iconic “I Love You” logo is featured on apparel, accessories, and more. Take a look at her shop to find the next addition to your closet.

Deaf Journey
Deaf Journey

Lily is a creator, sharing her life, food, and adventures through Instagram. Be sure to follow her!

Food is in my Heart
Food is in My Heart

Helen and Vince offer stunning photography and marketing services with a special focus on all things food.

Kissfist Stitch
Kissfist Stitch

Kissfist Stich makes elaborate custom embroidery art. Check out their work and give them a follow.

Orange by JS
Orange by JS

Two Deaf Asian-American Women make up the Orange by J&S duo. Check out their handmade clay jewelry!

Samual Sandoval Photography
Samuel Sandoval Photography

Samuel is a portrait photographer based in DMV. Book with him today!

Simply, Tong Song
Simply, Tong Song

Looking for simple, ethical clothing? Simply, Tong Song shares fashion that is good for the earth and that looks great. 

Today I Awaken
Today I Awaken

This self-proclaimed “Boss of Mornings” uses her platform to give daily lessons in gratitude and self-care.

Ultimux Profile Picture
Ultimux

Ultimux is a creative studio working in photography, and graphic and interior architecture design.

You Finish Eat
You Finish Eat

You Finish Eat shares social justice resources in ASL, made by and for Asian & Pacific Islander communities.

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