1. No More Questions!


    from StoryCorps Added 117K 907 28

    Kay Wang was a strong-willed grandmother who was reluctantly taken to a StoryCorps booth by her son and granddaughter. Though Kay resisted, she still had stories to tell—from disobeying her mother and rebuffing suitors while growing up in China to late-life adventures as a detective for Bloomingdale’s department store. Kay passed away just weeks after that interview, and her son and granddaughter returned to StoryCorps to remember her gentler side, which she kept to herself. Directed by: The Rauch Brothers Backgrounds: Bill Wray Producers: Mike Rauch & Lizzie Jacobs Art Direction: The Rauch Brothers & Bill Wray Animation: Tim Rauch Audio Produced by: Katie Simon & Michael Garofalo Music: Fredrik Label: The Kora Records Publisher: House of Hassle Major funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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    • Stella Zhang, 0-Viewpoint


      from Jim Choi Added 961 2 0

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        from Jing Shao Added

        A Chinese American bride and her girls get down while waiting for the groom and his procession. But will her Mom even let him in the door? Directed by J+J DP'ed by Jordan Valenti Choreographed by Lindsey & Craig Production Design by Rika Nakanishi Edited by Michael Bartoli Produced by Untitled, inc. CLIENT: Honda USA AGENCY: Muse Communications

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        • Enid & Neil | 15 November 2014 | Grand Island Mansion (Sacramento/Walnut Grove, CA)


          from Ampersand Cinema Added 298 0 0

          Enid and Neil sealed the deal at the beautiful Grand Island Mansion in Walnut Grove, CA. What a perfect fall day! When we pulled up to the Embassy Suites on the River that morning to film Enid and her bridesmaids, it was admittedly a bit foggy and we feared it might even rain! In the time it took us to get our gear up to her floor and start shooting, the fog had practically cleared and the sun began to show! So awesome! We had a lot of fun with Enid, Neil, and their family and friends! From a beautiful tea ceremony to a beautiful traditional ceremony to cocktails, dinner, candy, and Chick-Fil-A to a mini Festival of Lights to an epic dance party!

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          • Alvin Ho Allergic to Girls ....Book Trailer


            from Michelle Harclerode Added 118 0 0

            I am a teacher librarian from Florida, who every year creates book trailers for the SSYRA or Sunshine State Young Reader Award Books to promote reading. This is author's Lenore Look's novel "Alvin Ho Allergic to Girls, School and other Scary Things ". Book Trailer by M. Harclerode. Summary: A young boy in Concord, Massachusetts, who loves superheroes and comes from a long line of brave Chinese farmer-warriors, wants to make friends, but first he must overcome his fear of everything. Book #1

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            • The First Chinese-American Fighter Pilot


              from John Yasunaga Added

              This is the story of Wah Kau Kong from Hawaii, the first American fighter pilot of Chinese descent who lost his life in an air battle over Germany in 1944 during WWII. It details the quest by his best friend to find out the true story of what transpired on that fateful day and his travel to Europe to discover Kong's grave-site in a small German town. This is a story that certainly needs to be told.

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              • TOUCH (TEASER 2015)


                from Lulu Wang Added 84 0 0

                An elderly Chinese immigrant's cultural ignorance gets him in irreversible trouble in a public restroom. Despite his harmless intentions, he struggles with his son and the legal system to make the context of his behavior understood. Produced through Film Independent's Project Involve in 2015, "Touch" premieres at the Palm Springs International ShortFest in June.

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                • Moonfaced Typecast


                  from Irene Chan Added

                  The lyrics satire a well-known song from an American film that used Yellowface. Part of 60 minute one-person storytelling performance "An ABC ReDiscovers Appearance". This song shares my experience of watching a lot of television as a kid and how Asian Americans were depicted. These stereotypes have warped my perceptions of appearance of myself and other Asians. MEDIUM AND SIZE: Excerpt from satire song, written and performed. 1 minute.

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                  • Dawn Xiana Moon Trio: Three Kingdoms (Live)


                    from Dawn Xiana Moon Added 62 0 0

                    Bridging the folk traditions of the East and West. "Three Kingdoms," recorded live at the Viaduct Theatre in Chicago. Dawn Xiana Moon: guitar, vocals Joe Chellman: drums Cory Biggerstaff: upright bass A seductive and passionate voice, evocative songwriting, and formal training make Dawn Xiana Moon one of the most distinctive Asian-American singers of her generation. Recently, the Singapore-born musician began exploring her roots, fusing elements from traditional Chinese music with her signature blend of folk, pop, and jazz. The result is a musical brew in several languages that draws influences from sources as disparate as Han Dynasty literature and Americana. Free music, videos, photos, and more: http://DawnXianaMoon.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/dawnmusic Twitter: http://twitter.com/dawnxianamoon

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                    • Bridge To America (trailer)


                      from Aaron Burns Added 54 0 0

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