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    17th Annual Silk Road Gala

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    October 23, 2010


    17th Annual Silk Road Gala

    The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) celebrates its annual fundraiser, the Silk Road Gala, on Saturday, October 23, at the InterContinental Boston. The Silk Road Gala will feature star chef Ming Tsai, Executive Producer and host of public television's “Simply Ming”, chef/owner of Blue Ginger Restaurant, and cookbook author, as this year’s Gala Chair. "I am very excited to have such an amazing group of chefs join together in support of ATASK at this year's Gala." said Tsai. Other local celebrity chefs joining Tsai, are Joanne Chang of Myers + Chang and Flour Bakery + Café, Jody Adams of Rialto, Ting San of Oishii Boston, Michael Schlow of Via Matta, Radius and Alta Strada, and Jasper White of Summer Shack along with Executive Chef Didier Montarou and Chef de Cuisine David Chinta of InterContinental Boston at this upcoming fundraising benefit. Gala co-chairs include Laura Sen, CEO/President of BJ’s Wholesale Club, Paul Lee partner at Goodwin Procter LLP, and ATASK board member, Mary Lee, Associate Provost at Tufts University. Collaborating for the second year are Marjorie Clapprood and Chris Spinazzola of CLAPPAZZOLA PARTNERS as the event production with event décor design to be created by Meichi Peng of Meichi Peng Design studio. Set in a dine-around style, The Silk Road Gala will incorporate a silent and a live auction of tremendous items as well as cultural entertainment to be announced. More information and ticket information are available by visiting ATASK’s website at www.atask.org. ATASK is New England’s only provider of shelter and support services for Asian survivors of domestic violence. Year round, ATASK works to raise awareness about the often silent issue of domestic violence. ATASK’s clients – including survivors living in the emergency shelter and who participate in the Life Skills/ESOL classes are also involved in the folding. ATASK hopes that others will “join the fold” in their efforts to prevent domestic violence, and launched 1,000 Cranes and 2,000 Butterflies, a campaign to raise funds and awareness as well as to engage more and more individuals, families and organizations. About the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence The mission of the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. ATASK is New England’s only provider of linguistically and culturally appropriate services and programs for Asian survivors of domestic violence. For domestic violence victims who are unsafe, helpless and hopeless, ATASK offers a safe haven, help and hope over fear. ATASK offers: Housing in our emergency shelter Outreach to Asian communities and a 24-hour multi-lingual helpline Programs and services that support clients and their children and empower them to live independent lives Education and training for youth, providers, and the public

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