"Who Killed Vincent Chin?" is an Academy Award–nominated documentary about the brutal murder of Vincent Chin, a 27-year-old Chinese American, and the subsequent civil rights protest and outrage that followed.
This annual event addresses the challenges and opportunities facing the Asian-Pacific American (APA) community, and other communities within and outside the workplace, amid an ongoing pandemic and rising anti-Asian violence.
The exhibition has been curated by photographer and photographic historian Edward Stokes. Travel with him back in time to view 1950s Hong Kong and Singapore through the lenses of Marjorie Doggett and Lee Fook Chee.
We look forward to welcoming you to our next Members’ Connection Night featuring a Pub Quiz to test your general knowledge. The questions and answers have been designed to surprise, enlighten, amuse and amaze.
In the next installment of Spotlight on Asian Pacific Americans, we will feature Ruth Asawa, Japanese-American sculptor recognized for her wire sculpture, public commissions, and her activism in education.
Learn Mahjong, the game that's currently taking Hong Kong by storm! Virginia Chan, founder of Humid with a Chance of Fishballs, will lead you through via Zoom an Introduction to Mahjong workshop, from the history to simple gameplay.
In this latest novel by Charles Yu, he depicted the stories of Willis Wu, who is a Taiwanese American struggling to find a position in the Hollywood film industry. Join our Meet the Author series to know more about the book!