And that a valid and great thing to strive for. It's just that I, personally, don't see the practicalities in hoping that a company will do that for you. Now I'm not saying to not petition Tapas to look into other countries and cultures to be more inclusive with their promotions. It's just that there are so many that someone is always going to feel left out (and yes, I realize people feel left out as it stands now and that's kind of the whole point of this discussion).
It's just I've seen how the cultural significance of some holidays kind of become increasingly commercialized and removed from its origins. For example, Easter just happened but it's not as though Tapas was going to do easter promotions that were directly related Christianity. Instead they did tangential, commercial promotions related to thing like easter eggs and easter bunnies.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that I don't really see what your expectations are. With all the heritage and history months, there's going to be some overlap, and then Tapas is like going to choose what's worth focusing on i.e. what more commercially viable. Should Tapas be more inclusive, yes, and I think propping up AAPI heritage month is one of their ways of doing it. But is Tapas going to be inclusive in they way you think they should, probably not.