Check out the latest episodes of “Slanted View,” a new CHOPSO presents podcast hosted by the CHOPSO Team — including Koji Steven Sakai, Quentin Lee, Sue Limsukonth and Alan Chan — and each offers their take on all things Asian.
Want to learn how to produce a film? What better way than to just do it. I’m looking for interns to help me as I embark on producing a few films (both narrative and documentaries) in 2019.
I’m looking for energetic and detail orientated folks with an interest in making movies from the ground up. I promise after you finish this you’ll be able produce your own films. This is mostly remote, but we’ll have to meet regularly in person so please be around South Pasadena or at least within driving distance.
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I’m looking for at least a six month commitment.
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Hey Bay Area folks: An exhibition of the original illustrations from the 442 comic (plus more) will be on display at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center starting this Saturday. The authors Phinny Kiyomura and I and will be illustrator Robert Sato will be there talking about the project and handing out books. Angry Asian American art! Oppression anecdotes! Free books!
Super excited to announce that the printed version of the 442 graphic novel is finally coming out in a few short weeks! Whoo hooooo! It’ll be available to purchase on Amazon and on our website http://www.442-Graphic-Novel.com starting Jan 25.
We’ll be having a book launch at Giant Robot 2 on Sunday Feb 3 at 3 pm. If you’re in the area, please come and check it out. We’ll also be having book talks throughout California in the coming months, so stay tuned for more information.