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"Broad Cast" News: Is 2018 a Game-Changing Year for Asian Talent?

LOS ANGELES, October 30, 2018 — Call it the Crazy Rich Asians effect: The success of Warner Bros.' romantic comedy with an all-Asian cast is opening doors in Hollywood for Asian-American and Asia talent, both in front of and behind the camera. Watch this high-level discussion led by Paul Hastings Partner and Asia Society Southern California Board Member Stephen Saltzman with casting director PoPing AuYeung, Christina Chou of CAA, Lucia Liu of UTA, Andrew Ooi of Echelon Talent Management and David Unger of Artist International Group. (51 min., 11 sec.)


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