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Exclusive! Ask John Cho or Kal Penn a Question; Win Tickets to the Premiere of ‘A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas’
UPDATE 10/31/11 @ 9:30PM: Congrats to AnnPantaleon & declan who will be attending the Premiere! Congrats also to commenters AlPavangkanan, anunez587, ChrisML, henkster, jedifreac, JerryWon, KenNarasaki, ksakai1, legotech, Luv4theGame, MIDesigns, miheekimkort, nekohime, nregina.adams, tammyt110, w_liu483… their questions were all selected … Continue reading
“Ocean of Pearls,” a movie exploring one Sihk’s journey to find inner peace: Win tickets to opening weekend in SF!
UPDATE: Congrats to the winner, DavidNam811, who will receive a pair of tickets to watch “Ocean of Pearls” during its theatrical run in SF! When was the last time you saw a trailer and you were overwhelmed with the urge … Continue reading
UPDATE: We have a winner! Back in May, during Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month, 8Asians partnered with 3 awesome L.A. arts organizations to bring you the incredibly popular first Asian American Arts Stimulus Package. Since so many folks were … Continue reading
“24 City,” movie from China’s most noted contemporary filmmaker: Win tickets to opening night in SF!
UPDATE: Our winner has been selected! Congrats to Peter Lo who will be seeing 24 City this weekend. Thanks to everyone for playing and to Landmark Theatres for providing free tickets! Moye and I recently watched “Paper Heart,” which was … Continue reading
My 4th of July* is usually associated with fireworks, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, and various other events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the good ol’ US of A. If I hadn’t already made plans to be … Continue reading
UPDATE: We have a winner! As April is coming to an end, we head on into May — nationally designated as Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month. API Heritage month commemorates and recognizes the diversity of API languages and cultures … Continue reading