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The Asian Penguins march in the 2014 Rice Street Parade.

The KARE 11 news story, from back in May of 2013.


The Penguins say "hi" to some friends in California.

The Penguins take part in the Hmong Resource Fair in St. Paul, MN.

 
The Penguins are getting laptops ready for students to use in the fall.

The Penguins on their first mission of the 2014-2015 school year.

 
Mr. Stu Keroff talks about the history of the Asian Penguins at the 2014 TIES Education Technology Conference.

Anderson talks about the history of Linux and Open Source software.

Ms. Mee Yang talks about the activities of the club.

Mr. Adama Dinos talks about the process of recycling computers and choosing families to receive them.

Mai Chue talks about what the Asian Penguins do on a Penguin mission.


Mara talks about the importance of diversity in the Asian Penguins.


Yalee talks to teachers about how they can get started with Linux at their own schools.

The Asian Penguins put their own spin on a classic ad.


The team of Anderson, Ethan, and Mai provide a Hmong family with a computer.

Team of Yalee, Pang Dao, Lisa, and Pathong providing a Hmong family in the school's neighborhood with a computer. First all-girl team of year.


Mr. Stu Keroff tells the story of how the Asian Penguins started at the 17th Hmong National Development Conference in St. Paul.

Anderson tells the story of how the movement of Linux and Open Source software got its start.

Mrs. Mee Yang talks about the different activities of the Asian Penguins.

Mr. Adama Dinos talks about the process and procedures the Asian Penguins use to recycle computers for needy families.


Mai Chue talks about what it's like to go on a Penguin mission.



Mara talks about the importance of diversity to the Asian Penguins.


Pang Dao talks about how to start a Linux club at your school.

At the end of our HNDC 2015 workshop, we answered some questions from the audience. Here's part 1.

 
At the end of our presentation, the audience had questions for us. Here's part 2 of that.


Our friend Jason Hibbets at POSSCON 2015 in Columbia, SC talking about the Asian Penguins and their work with Linux and Open Source.


This is a look back on the activities of the Asian Penguins during the 2014-2015 school year.

Here is our crowd funding video to raise money for new laptops.


Giving update on the fund raising and saying thanks to everyone who has given.

Our friend Jen Wike Huger from Opensource.com talks about the Asian Penguins in a presentation about sharing your Open Source story.


Mr. Keroff begins our presentation at the MN IB Coordinators Meeting on December 2, 2015.

Anderson of the Asian Penguins teaches about the history of Linux.


Newcomer to the presenter team Luther teaches about the activities of the Asian Penguins.


Mai Chue teaches about what happens on an Asian Penguins mission.


Mara talks about the importance of cultural diversity to the Asian Penguins.


Pang Dao teaches about how to start a Linux club at your school.
 

A video "Thank You" card to all who gave to Operation Upgrade.

The Asian Penguins were invited to speak before the St. Paul City Council. Here what they had to say!


See CSE students using Linux to complete their History Day projects.
 

The Asian Penguin are awarded by the city of Saint Paul with the 2016 Sustainable Saint Paul Youth Leadership Award.
 

This video briefly tells the story of the Asian Penguins and how they used Linux to innovate education at their school.

Kind words from St. Paul City Councilwoman Amy Brendmoen at the groundbreaking ceremony for CSE's new building.


Stu Keroff leads our delegation at MEA 2016 and tells the history of the Asian Penguins.

Vincent tells the history of Linux and Open Source.


Anita talks about the activities of the Asian Penguins.


Mr. Luke Burris talks about all of the logistics that go into making the Asian Penguins happen.


Lyda talks about what happens on a Penguin mission.

Lee Reh talks about the Asian Penguins' commitment to diversity.
 

Pa Meh gives advice on how to start a Linux club at your school

They had questions? We tried to have answers at MEA 2016.

Stu Keroff traveled to Raleigh, NC to speak at All Things Open. There, he spoke about the Asian Penguins and all they do.


Ms. Chris Stephenson and her students at St. Edward's sent us a video of well wishes, so we shot a vid to say thanks.

At the end of a video review of the book "The Open Schoolhouse" by Charlie Reisinger, video reviewer and friend Phil Shapiro gives a shout out to The Asian Penguins.

CSE student Yue Lor created a video about the Asian Penguins for his 8th grade International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IB MYP) community project.

Community School of Excellence was a winner of the 2016 Minnesota Association of Charter Schools Innovation Award because of the work of the Asian Penguins.

Mr. Keroff was back in school! He's taking classes part time at Bethel University to get his technology teaching license. Here is a video he did for a class assignment in which he gives an overview of the tech at CSE.

Stu Keroff's alma mater Minnesota State University Mankato awarded him with the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Humanitarian Award for his work with the Asian Penguins.

The Asian Penguins traveled to Milwaukee, WI to lead a workshop at the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference. Here, Stu Keroff tells the story of how it all started.

HNDC 2017 Asian Penguins: Maximus


At the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference in Milwaukee, WI, Asian Penguins club secretary Maximus talked about all of the different things kids do in the club.

At the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference in Milwaukee, WI, Asian Penguin Monolisa talked about the impact the club has had on students, families, their school, and their community.

At the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference in Milwaukee, WI, Asian Penguin member Coreti talked how the Hmong tech club became a welcoming place for girls and Karenni students.

At the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference in Milwaukee, WI, Asian Penguin member Luther issued a challenge to get more kids involved in open source.
 

At the 2017 Hmong National Development Conference in Milwaukee, WI, the people in attendance had questions and we tried to have answers.

Here is our second attempt at crowd funding, this time to help our elementary school.

The Asian Penguins sent a team of presenters to the MN eLearning Summit on August 3, 2017 to share with teachers how to change their school with Linux. Here, Stu Keroff tells the history of the group.

Our team of presenters at the MN eLearning Summit on August 3, 2017 took turns telling bits of the Asian Penguins story. Here, Anita talks about the history of Linux.

The team of Asian Penguins at the MN eLearning Summit on August 3, 2017 had a lot to say about using Linux at school. Here, club President Chufue talks about all of the different activities of the club.

The Asian Penguins went to the MN eLearning Summit on August 3, 2017 to talk about their work with Linux at school. But have they actually made a difference? You bet! In this video, Hoxeng talks about the impact the club has made on their community.

The Asian Penguins came to talk about open source at the MN eLearning Summit on August 3, 2017. But wasn't just to talk. In this video, Luther lays out why and how teachers can use Linux to change their schools.

We've never done this before, but in case you wanted to see what a club meeting was like, we've got a video of one here! Today, we went over the details of the move to after school and voted on this year's t-shirt color (pretty important to the kids). This was recorded using a flat panel Smartboard, a Lenovo Thinkpad running Ubuntu 16.04,, a Logitech webcam, a Juno speaker/micorphone, and Screencastify and Openboard for the software.

In response to The Linux Gamer's call to tell why we use Linux, the Asian Penguins put together this short video to explain a few of our reasons.

Here on the Bryan Lunduke show, Bryan and Gardiner (The Linux Gamer) talk about Linux organizations that helped the poor, and they started talking about the Asian Penguins. For more AWESOME videos about Linux and Open Source from Bryan Lunduke, please check out his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BryanLunduke