LISA of BLACKPINK Becomes First K-pop Idol to be Nominated for Asian Hall of Fame

Ciera Reeves

K-pop star LISA of BLACKPINK has been nominated for the Asian Hall of Fame. The award is given to individuals who have made significant contributions to Asian culture and society. LISA is the first K-pop idol to be nominated for the award since it's founding in 2004.

LISA is a Thai rapper, dancer, and singer who is a member of the South Korean girl group BLACKPINK. She is known for her powerful dancing and rapping skills. She has also released several solo songs, including "Lalisa" and "Money."

LISA is a global icon and has a large following around the world. She is known for her fashion sense and her positive attitude. She is regarded for her philanthropy and she is also a strong advocate for female empowerment. 

The Asian Hall of Fame is a prestigious award and believes LISA is deserving as a nominee. She is a talented artist who has made a significant impact on Asian culture and society.

Asian legacy platform Asian Hall of Fame will honor 30 Nominees for Induction 2023 at its Celebrate Asia Festival on May 13, 2023, held at Biltmore Los Angeles. The benefit provides vital support to diversity and neurodivergent fellows, and highlights Nominee Freddie Mercury with a tribute concert by California Music Hall of Fame inductee Queen Nation. On October 21, 15 Inductees will be memorialized at the 19th Induction Ceremony.

"19 years ago, Asian Hall of Fame was established to celebrate Asian excellence. Today, escalating rhetoric accelerates our critical work to advance public recognition of Asian and First Nation contributions, empower women founders, transform trauma into triumph, and make career and college dreams come true. By elevating Asian stature and solidarity, we hope to turn the tide against bias and towards a more collaborative tomorrow," states Maki Hsieh, President & CEO.

Over 500 Asian, multiracial, and indigenous luminaries were presented by an international nominating body. Nominees include novelist Amy Tan, CEO of AMD Dr. Lisa Su, automotive titan Pin Ni, music producer TOKiMONSTA, visionary leaders Charlie and Ling Zhang, amongst others. California Attorney General Rob Bonta was nominated by Inductees Norm Mineta and Major General Tony Taguba. CEO of Wella Company Annie Young-Scrivner was nominated by Inductee Indra Nooyi. Doug Baldwin, CEO of Vtrk was nominated by Global Council Founder Seattle Seahawks. Nintendo is the first corporation nominated.
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