– Cross-Cultural Dialogues
A central focus for the Chang-E Project is engaging in cross-cultural discussions. Engaging teens all over the world through social media, Zoom meetings, and more, our “Without Limits” discussions allow our members to share their personal stories about inequalities they’ve faced and work they’re doing to dismantle gender-based stereotypes and discrimination.
Learning from those in the community doing instrumental work in breaking down gender-based discrimination is vital to our understanding the fight towards equality. To better educate ourselves, we bring in leaders to interview, including professors, professionals, activists, Asian/American business executives, and CEOs. We also look into the role of mothers and daughters in Asian/American families.
Chang-E Project Arts Competition
This competition offers students an opportunity to showcase their work about environmental science and activism.
This is another great way for us to learn from thought leaders and gender activists. Because of COVID-19, our speaker-panel events will be run through Zoom meetings. This is a great way for young people to understand how to build gender-based activism into their daily practice.
The Chang-E Project partners with local public schools (all across the world) to provide after-school tutoring and programs to stimulate kids' interest in cultural feelings and taboos and inspire them to fight against these restrictive stereotypes.