1. Asian Night 2-19-11

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    • Podcast #006 – with @TamsieLui, @Drewysta and Cheryl

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      Just in case you missed it last night, we covered a whole bunch of topics ranging from Tammy dropping a big deuce to Religion...and oh yeah Part 6 of 7 of the series on relationships. The trust and insecurity edition! Our guest is a friend of mine who is an Occupational Therapist, Tammy. The recording is now uploaded :)

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      • "U.S. of Asian A."

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        Live @ Emerald Tablet [5.03.14] - San Francisco, CA @ 2014 "United States of Asian America" Festival Gautam Tejas Ganeshan - song Kaushik Lakshminarayanan - bamboo flute Gopal Ravindhran - mridangam Christina Boyd - tambura Gautam Tejas Ganeshan writes and sings music that reflects a tradition of intricate song forms, elaborate vocal improvisations, and utmost sincerity of expression. He has performed widely in the SF Bay Area since 2004. http://gautamtejasganeshan.com

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        • 難為亞裔父母心—如何教出成熟健康的下一代

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          假日生活廣場 最舒適的空間‧最實用的題目‧最生動的講員 精彩開講: 難為亞裔父母心—如何教出成熟健康的下一代 亞裔父母一向對孩子的教養格外看重,尤其是面對在北美複雜環境中成長的下一代,許多家長都擔心如何才能帶領子女走上正軌,幫助他們養成負責又成熟的習性?歡迎您來聆聽這場實用又精彩的講座,讓您在教養孩子的頭痛問題上茅塞頓開! 講員簡介: 王祈女士 北美「國際全人教育發展中心」執行副總裁,編寫EQ、婚姻親子教材,常應邀至海內外各地演講教學,在洛杉磯中文電台製作主持「愛的方程式」節目十餘年,對華裔切身之家庭相關問題有獨到見解。洛杉磯教育局「家長教育」PESA課程合格訓練教師,並任「恩泉輔導中心」董事,是資深的專業輔導人仕。 時間:二零零九年十月三日〈週六〉上午十至十二時 地點:矽谷生命河靈糧堂 1177 Laurelwood Rd., Santa Clara, CA 95054

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          • DR ARUNA GNANADASON: SUBALTERN CHALLENGES FROM ASIA TO THE ECUMENICAL MOVEMENT: THROUGH AN INDIAN FEMINIST LENS

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            SUBALTERN CHALLENGES FROM ASIA TO THE ECUMENICAL MOVEMENT: THROUGH AN INDIAN FEMINIST LENS, was a public lecture given at Emmanuel College on October 2, 2014, by Dr. Aruna Gnanadason, 2014-2015 Anne Duncan Gray Visiting Scholar at Emmanuel College, Victoria University in the University of Toronto in partnership with The United Church of Canada. The lecture was followed by responses from Marilyn J. Legge, Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Emmanuel, and The Very Rev. Dr. Lois Wilson, former Moderator of The United Church of Canada and a past President of the World Council of Churches. The event was organized with the help of Emmanuel College’s Centre for Asian Theology. A member of the Church of South India currently residing in Chennai, India and a theologian, ecumenist, feminist, and activist, Dr. Gnanadason was in Geneva at the World Council of Churches for nearly 20 years directing its women’s programme amd its work on Justice, Peace, and the Integrity of Creation. With particular commitment to working with churches as they reflect on their mission in the world today, Dr. Ganandason is active as speaker, lecturer, consultant, writer and editor on topics ranging from the struggles of Asian/Dalit/Indigenous women and eco-feminist theology to North-South questions of poverty and wealth.

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            • Podcast #013 - with Cheryl and @lilkidshaddy

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              With Euro 2012 well underway, Cheryl's back and she has brought some extra baggage with her, aka her cousin, @lilkidshaddy will be joined us on the second half of the podcast. The recording is now uploaded! Enjoy! :)

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              • Cuyahoga County Executive Candidates Forum @ AsianTown Center

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                Cuyahoga County Executive Candidates Forum A discussion with Cleveland’s Asian Community Get to Know All the Candidates! Voice Asian Community Concerns! Be Informed and Make Your Own Decision on November 2nd 2010 General Election! Date/Time: October 20, 2010 6:30 – 8:00 PM Location: Asian Town Center 3820 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 Candidates: Matt Dolan David H. Ellison Ed FitzGerald Ken Lanci Tim McCormack Don Scipione For more information, contact: Hao: 440-567-0998 Barbara: 216-386-0591 Sponsors: 80-20 NE Ohio Chapter • Asia Plaza • Asian American Bar Association of Ohio • Asian Services in Action • Asian Town Center • Chinese Professionals and Entrepreneurs Association • Cleveland Chinese Women Association • Creative House Studios • Federation of India Community Associations • Friendship Foundation • Media Design Imaging • MotivAsians • Organization of Chinese Americans of Greater Cleveland • South Asian Bar Association of Ohio • St. Clair Superior Development Corp • Korean American Association of Greater Cleveland • Vietnamese Community in Greater Cleveland

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                • RTS Diversify panel one

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                  After an impassioned speech by Simon Albury, Peter Salmon, director, England, BBC; Krishnan Guru-Murthy, presenter, Channel 4 News; Janice Turner, head of diversity, BECTU and Trevor Philips OBE were among a team of panellists debating whether of not the TV industry is diverse enough and what can be done to help improve the situation.

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                  • The Asian Catholic Diaspora

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                    April 9, 2014 DePaul University Jaisy Joseph ~ Doctoral Candidate, Theology, Boston College Fr. Linh Hoang, OFM ~ Professor, Religious Studies, Siena College Each speaker presented a different perspective on the Asian Catholic diaspora. Jaisy Joseph's talk is titled "Negotiations Within the Existential In-Between: SyroMalabar Catholics in Diaspora." She begins with Gioacchino Campese's idea that we are in the midst of an "irruption of migrants" in the third millennium, and this irruption demands a specific witness to make present those who are often absent from societal & ecclesial consciousness. In response, this talk first addresses the epistemological & hermeneutical consequences of the migrant & diasporic experience. It then explores three particular negotiations made by SyroMalabar Catholics in diaspora. Finally, it envisions how the existential in-between experienced by migrants & their families in diaspora can inform Catholic ecclesiology. Fr. Hoang presented a talk entitled "Vietnamese Catholics & Globalization: Re-imaging Mary as Asian." He discusses the 200th anniversary, in 1998, of Mary’s apparition in La Vang, Vietnam, when Catholics in Vietnam ordered a “Vietnamese-looking” Mary that was created by a Vietnamese artist living in California. Even though there have been many renderings of “Asian” Mary, Mother of God, this request was unique because it originated from Vietnam to those in the Vietnamese diaspora. This turn in identity from "European-looking" colonial statues replaced by refugee-rendered “Asian-looking” statues provides a new aesthetic perspective to Catholicism.

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                    • Podcast #004 – with Cheryl

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                      Hey hey, we are back in black in our new time slot with an all “Oh her, she’s just a friend” edition! We miss you @Drewysta, come see us real soon =).

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