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Author Archives: Connie
San Francisco Asian Women’s Shelter has been nominated one of the Top 49 Favorite Charities in 7×7 Magazine. Help support their work in providing comprehensive services, including a 24-hour crisis line, shelter program, case management and access to health and … Continue reading
[Editors note: Connie’s post about her experiences as an attendee and a filmmaker have already been blogged about, but after finding the documentary on YouTube, I felt it appropriate to repost her experiences as a filmmaker, but this time with … Continue reading
This weekend I was reminded of why I want to continue making films. Watching Witness to Hiroshima in the Museum of Chinese in America, I sat in silence and in awe. Through watercolor paintings, former Japanese soldier Keiji Tsuchiya recounts … Continue reading
My friend works for OASES (Oakland Asian Students Educational Services), a non-profit org geared towards empowering youth who have limited resources, particularly those in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of Oakland through providing educational services and social support. Help … Continue reading
If International Secret Agents was a representation of Asian American artists, we’ve got a long way to go. Continue reading
My palette’s got quite the eccentric pairing of taste buds. You would think I would do well at a buffet with the wide variety of selection—the salad bar, the burrito bar, the rotisserie, the “unknown,” and my favorite, the non-fat … Continue reading