AAPI Deaf-Owned Businesses
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 is a Salt Lake City, Utah-based food blog. They drop new videos on Sundays, so keep a lookout!
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.
Lily is a creator, sharing her life, food, and adventures through Instagram. Be sure to follow her!
Food is in My Heart
Helen and Vince offer stunning photography and marketing services with a special focus on all things food.
Kissfist Stich makes elaborate custom embroidery art. Check out their work and give them a follow.
Orange by JS
Two Deaf Asian-American Women make up the Orange by J&S duo. Check out their handmade clay jewelry!
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
This self-proclaimed “Boss of Mornings” uses her platform to give daily lessons in gratitude and self-care.
Ultimux is a creative studio working in photography, and graphic and interior architecture design.
You Finish Eat
You Finish Eat shares social justice resources in ASL, made by and for Asian & Pacific Islander communities.
Looking for more deaf AAPI accounts to follow?
Check out these online communities for deaf Asian and Pacific Islanders