Braden is an upcoming junior at DHS. He enjoys golf, piano, and martial arts. Braden always like walking my dogs and learning new things.
Emily is going to attend DHS as a 9th grader in the fall. A few things she likes to do are surf, golf and swim with friends. Emily also plays competitive volleyball and school volleyball. She loves meeting new people and working together with others.
Jaden is a freshman at Dublin High. His hobbies include swimming and playing basketball. Some of his favorite subjects are history and science.
Brian is currently a sophomore at Cal High. Some of his academic interests include math, physics, and other science-related stuff. Outside of school, he likes to volunteer, hang out with friends, play the piano, etc.
Arthur J. Wang is 15 years old. He is currently attending Cal High as a sophomore. He is in the school’s Volleyball Team and Jazz Ensemble. Academically, he is interested in biology and science because he is currently aiming to be in the medical field.
Alex is a sophomore at Tilden Preparatory School of Walnut Creek and 14 years old. He is training to be an instructor at his karate dojo and currently a self employed private English tutor.
Dennis Yang is a 14 year old sophomore at Dougherty Valley High School. Some hobbies he has are piano, martial arts, and traveling around the world. Dennis likes helping out in any way he can and be a good person.
Richard is an upcoming 9th grader going to DHS, part of the Above and Beyond leadership organization. He is interested in the economy and investment.
The ABLE leadership students participated in performance in America Chinese Spring Festival Gala in 2021. They talked about their special experiences with Covid19 in 2020. They hope the pandemic period is over and get best wishes in 2021
Students interviewed Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert. The students are really interested in how to provide service to the community, become a local leader and make people's life better. The interviewing news is published in “Tri-Valley Life News”.
Making "lover card " to Doctors and health workers in Tri-Valley Hospital and appreciated their contributions to patients of Covid 19.
There were a few hundred people in Bay Area gathered together to stop Asian Hate. ABLE- Lite President Braden Ou spoke on behalf of ABLE-Lite students leaders. Every student made the posters to expressed their aspiration and say no to Asian Crimes
Participated in Park Cleaning Day which organized by Dublin City
Organised and spoke in Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Students reviewed the history of Asian and Pacific America and presented the contributions of Asians to the US. They also mentioned their future contributions to America, which they will do when they grow up
Participated in Dublin City Race Amity Festival . The students and parents performed Chinese culture and sang a song
06/26/2021: Dr. Philip in Kaiser Topic: Medical job and knowledge
07/12/2021: Dr Sherry Hu Dublin City Council Topic: Finance
7/18/2021: Ms. Annie, District Attoney
Emily and Braden tutor kids and fundrise the leadership
ABLE students interviewed with Lily Mei mayor in Fremont. All students asked questions regards of how to get the jobs back after Covid 19, work on homeless people, improve the safety of Asian families, important volunteer working in high school.