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Jon M. Chu Accepts the Film Diversity Award at ASSC's 2018 Annual Gala Dinner

LOS ANGELES, April 22, 2018 — Actor Henry Golding and actor-rapper Awkwafina present film director Jon M. Chu with the Film Diversity Award at Asia Society Sourthern California’s 2018 Annual Gala Dinner. Chu was honored for directing Crazy Rich Asians, the first studio-backed movie in 25 years to star an all-Asian cast. (6 min., 52 sec.)


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Arts
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Current Affairs
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Current Affairs
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