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Monthly Archives: August 2016
Currently starring in Broadway Bounty Hunter at Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires, Scott Watanabe has had a long career as an actor, including roles in Allegiance and The Phantom of the Opera. In the tradition of 8Asians, we asked him eight questions … Continue reading
I’m going to let you behind-the-scenes here at 8Asians: Publishers who have any content featuring Asians usually approach the site looking for some publicity with the APIA audience. The requests are then sent out on our internal email list, I … Continue reading
Master of Ceremonies – Cynthia Gouw Speakers: 0:00:00 – 0:01:20 – So Jun Lim, Korean American Association of the Washington Metro Area 0:01:20 – 0:03:10 – Bob Nash, Bob J. Nash & Associates 0:03:10 – 0:05:45 – Congresswoman & Congressional … Continue reading
Conflict with a child can be painful to deal with for any parent – for an Asian American parent, when the conflict stems around one’s ethnic Asian background, it can be extra painful. If that child’s life is cut short … Continue reading
Green Card: A New Musical takes on immigrant artists and the American dream in a new musical from young director Dimo Kim. Playing at Theatre at St. Clement’s until August 26, it focuses on the story of Han, an actor … Continue reading
I saw this “Back to School” Walmart commercial while watching the Olympics and really liked it: “Smell that? That’s the new school year approaching and you are ready for the challenge. At Walmart, we have everything you need to own … Continue reading
Asian Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) & Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) co-hosted the 2016 Presidential Election Forum on Friday, August 12th: “Since 2008, the Presidential Election Forum has served as a forum for AAPIs to push for AAPI issues to … Continue reading
Tahmina Anam’s The Bones of Grace is a beautifully written love letter that weaves in family, desire, and the fossil of a walking whale. Zubaida, the woman at the center of this novel, is on the eve of leaving her PhD program … Continue reading
Briefing 0:00:00 – 0:05:00 – Christine Chen, Executive Director, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) 0:05:00 – 0:12:30 – Gregory Cendana, Executive Director of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance and Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership & Advancement (IAPALA) 0:12:30 – … Continue reading
0:00:00 – 0:03:00 – Pledge of Allegiance, Welcome, Moment of Silence for Congressman Mark Takai (D-Hawaii, 1st District) – DNC AAPI Caucus Chair Bel Leong Hong 0:03:00 – 0:07:48 – Tribute to Congressman Mark Takai (D-Hawaii, 1st District) – Jadine … Continue reading
With all kinds of grim videos out there from police shootings to cringe inducing videos about “Neenjas” and Xenophobic videos about Chinese buying American farms, this NigaHiga/Jeremy Lin collaboration really made my day. It pulls in some popular Anime characters … Continue reading
Visual Communications is now accepting applications for its prestigious Armed With a Camera Fellowship! In its 15th cycle, the Armed With a Camera (AWC) fellowship has helped over 120 emerging filmmakers to launch careers and give voice to their Asian Pacific American heritage and communities. … Continue reading