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Community Events

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Beijing Spring: A Musical Odyssey
May 15- June 15
East West Players Theatre

A sung-through musical commemorating the events of the Tiananmen Square Uprising in Beijing in 1989. For weeks, the world’s eyes were on China as the youth fought for democracy against the hardliners of the Chinese Communist Party. This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Uprising. BEIJING SPRING is a compelling reminder that the battle for freedom and human rights has yet to be won for many. more »

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The making of the first ever U.S.-China film co-production - an evening with producer, Peter Shiao, and screening of RESTLESS

Monday, June 2 
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

The China Hollywood Society is honored to be hosting a screening of the first US-China co-production, RESTLESS, and a Q&A with the film's producer and co-creator, Peter Shiao, on Monday 2 June at Raleigh Studios from 7pm (screening starts at 7.30pm).
A post-screening networking mixer will follow at a nearby bar - venue will be announced on the night. This is destined to be a sell-out event so we encourage you to book tickets early. Unfortunately tickets are not refundable. more »


Asia-Pacific Economic Integration Conference
June 12, 2014, 1pm to pm
Millennium Biltmore Hotel

Attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Integration Conference organized by the Japan External Trade Organization Los Angeles and co-sponsored by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's Office this coming June 12th at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel from 1-5pm in downtown Los Angeles.

Our keynote speaker- Mr. Hiroyuki Ishige, Chairman of JETRO- and panel discussion members drawn from academia and the private sector will provide an overview and insight into the regional economic integration of Asian economies and Japan’s role as gateway to these markets. This conference will focus on recent issues such as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations as well as the economic perspectives from major economies in Asia such as China, Japan, Singapore and other ASEAN countries. more »