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Come to the free screening of AUTUMN GEM, a documentary on the “Chinese Joan of Arc,” on Monday, Nov

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LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — A 44-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of pushing an 84-year-old woman onto the tracks at the Metro station in Little Tokyo, killing her.
 

Neaato Org via Nelson Wong: ‎’we got the jazz….we got the jazz….’ – tcq
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Asian Improv aRts Midwest is proud to present the 15th anniversary Chicago Asian American Jazz Festival! Featuring the best in contemporary Asian American music, this year’s festival highlights Chicago artists who have contributed an Asian American voice to the Chicago music scene – pianist/vocali
 

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CAC WorldFest Presents: Dialogues on Diversity, Nov. 17
Location:Royce 150
Time:7:00PM Tuesday, November 23rd
 

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i/o Ventures backed Skyara launches today as a marketplace for exciting things to do. Founded by Jonathan Wu and Dennis Liu, the site provides people who can offer new experiences like a culinary tour, personalized yoga or a beer tasting with a platform to do so, hooking them up Airbnb-style with pe

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Theo sự nhận xét của mình đây có lẽ là show đêm chủ nhật, căn cứ theo 2 người ca sĩ đứng bên cạnh mì
Một tấm hình mình “lượm” được trên net không biết đã do ai chụp đầu tiên, có lẽ là từ một trong những khán giả đi dự chương trình quay hình của Paris By Night số 101. Share cho mọi người xem, nếu ai chưa xem.

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Now available on iTunes! http://bit.ly/oneinmillion Check out the singings and rappings of Verseatilehttp://www.youtube.com/verseatilemusic Check out my tracks on iTunes and Amazonmp3! iTunes:http://bit.ly/jasonchen Amazonmp3:http://bit.ly/JasonChen big shoutout to the homie Nine Diamond for p
 

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UPCOMING SHOW Party Crashers Nov 19, 2010 – Jan 15, 2011 Opening reception Nov 19, 7pm Arlington Arts Center (AAC)Arlington, VARina Ayuyang was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a child she was fascinated with cartooning, drawing her own, reading the Sunday funnies and borrowing David Breger’s “How to Draw and Sell Cartoons” from the Shaler North Hills Library over and over again. During college she stopped drawing comics and focused on painting and installation/conceptual art. She graduated from San Francisco State University in 1998 with a major in Art. After discovering the work of cartoonists Chester Brown, Lynda Barry, Dan Clowes and John Porcellino (Cartoonist Survey #154), Rina re-discovered her love of drawing comics and began self-publishing “Namby Pamby”, a semi-autobiographical series which focused on the humorous side of everyday life. She has just released her first graphic novel “Whirlwind Wonderland”, a collection of her auto-bio comics that was co-published by Portland’s Sparkplug Comic Books and Tugboat Press. In addition to drawing comics, she also co-hosts The Comix Claptrap, a comics podcast with fellow Bay Area cartoonist Thien Pham. 

http://david-wasting-paper.blogspot.com/2010/10/rina-ayuyang-cartoonist-survey-182.html

 

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Registration information for Comic-Con International 2011. July 21-24, 2011, (Preview Night the 20th) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
 

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Friday, November 19, 20107:30 p.m.
Asian Arts Initiative1219 Vine Street, Chinatown Philadelphia(215) 557-0455 or www.AsianArtsInitiative.org
$10 admission + additional donations accepted *
For tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producerevent/135558?prod_id=7841

 

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Xe om drivers to receive ID badges: Xe om drivers wait for passengers in HCM City. Xe om and three-wheel vehicle…http://bit.ly/dywRVX via onevietnam

 

 

 

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“Japan’s empty classrooms are direct result of the country’s low birthrate. The percentage of Japan’s population below 14 years old has been decreasing since 1982, reaching an all-time low of 13.3 percent in 2009, according to Japan’s statistics bureau. The figure is expected to dip further to 9.7 by 2030, making Japanese children an even scarcer resource in one of the world’s richest countries.”http://www.gmanews.tv/story/205432/empty-classrooms-in-japan-contrast-sharply-with-phl-schools 

 

Urban exploring has grown quite popular in Japan. Image from Gunkanjima courtesy of Juergen Specht
If Philippine public schools lack teachers and classrooms, the exact opposite is true in Japan, where declining birthrates have caused a 40 percent drop in enrollment in public elementary schools since the early 1980s.
 

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wring:  ohmyasian:  (via viviennetea)1090. Totoro Sleeping Bags. If you had this, you would be the coolest kid in town. WANT!   AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH I WANT IT!!!!!  Can I just get this for myself?
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wring: “ ohmyasian: “ (via viviennetea) 1090. Totoro Sleeping Bags. If you had this, you would be the coolest kid in town. WANT! ” AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH I WANT IT!!!!! ” Can I just get this for myself?
 

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Toronto Raptors forward Andrea Bargnani, left, fouls Golden State Warriors guard Jeremy Lin, during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Toronto on Monday, Nov. 8, 2010. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)

Toronto Raptors forward Andrea Bargnani, left, fouls Golden State Warriors guard Jeremy Lin, during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Toronto on Monday, Nov. 8, 2010. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)


http://www.boingboing.net/2010/11/10/tonoharu-part-two-ex.html

Waiting for a Train: documentary about Japanese bluegrass musician in SF

Beautifully shot in historic locations, it follows Hirano’s epic journey from Tokyo to Texas to San Francisco, as his love of bluegrass takes him on a mission of discovery into the heartland of America. A man truly following his bliss, Toshio chases a passionate dream for over 40 years and is rewarded with a life well-lived, filled with music, song and dance.

Waiting for a Train: The Toshio Hirano Story


Tonoharu is Lars Martinson’s 3-volume graphic novel about a young American who gets a job as an English teaching assistant in a small Japanese town. It’s a story of isolation, frustration, and mystery, with just the right amount of black humor to keep it from being depressing. Dan Wells, the main ch
 

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Vietnamese movie director honored in USA

VietNamNet Bridge – People’s Artist, director Dang Nhat Minh was honored in the US for his great contribution to Vietnam’s film industry.

Vietnamese movies to be introduced in USA


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