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Still the Great Japanese American Tragedy: A look at the new edition of John Okada’s ‘No-No Boy’

Still the Great Japanese American Tragedy: A look at the new edition of John Okada’s ‘No-No Boy’

Frank Abe August 3, 2015 0

The new edition of Okada's "No-No Boy" brings together the intense effects of Japanese internment—but some issues remain in the presentation. This review is part of the International Examiner's 2015 Pacific Reader series.

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The Chinese Lady: eBook shares stories about life and wontons

The Chinese Lady: eBook shares stories about life and wontons

Linda Lau Anusasananan August 3, 2015 0

Interview with first time e-author Lorraine Witte about her new recipe e-book about wontons. This interview is part of the International Examiner 2015 Pacific Reader series.

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Artists of the Pacific Rim highlighted at Seattle Art Fair

Artists of the Pacific Rim highlighted at Seattle Art Fair

Eva Cohen August 1, 2015 0

Exhibition “seeks to contribute to a rethinking of global contemporaneity."

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‘Court’ a powerful, poignant feature film about injustice

‘Court’ a powerful, poignant feature film about injustice

Yayoi Lena Winfrey July 31, 2015 0

"Forget about the typical flamboyant courtrooms dramas in most movies. This one behaves like real life with its spotlight on a long, drawn-out and impossible to navigate institution."

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Arts Etc. — July 26, 2015

Arts Etc. — July 26, 2015

Alan Chong Lau July 26, 2015 0

Arts events through July

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‘Dance Like a Man’ a layered dive into a thrilling experience

‘Dance Like a Man’ a layered dive into a thrilling experience

Roxanne Ray July 21, 2015 0

Pratidhwani and ACT Theatre unite to bring a new production of Dance Like a Man, a story of the human relationships framed by tradition and youthful rebellion.

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Roger Shimomura takes on American history

Roger Shimomura takes on American history

Susan Kunimatsu July 18, 2015 0

Tacoma Art Museum hosts exhibition of pop art style paintings from Roger Shimomura, a third-generation Japanese American who lived in the American internment camps during World War II.

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Summer Dance continues ARC tradition, showcases variety

Summer Dance continues ARC tradition, showcases variety

Roxanne Ray July 16, 2015 0

Summer Dance at the Center by ARC Dance Company runs from July 16 to 25. The showcase features new works by several guest artists including Ilana Goldman, Travis, Guerin, and Edwaard Liang.

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Announcement: ‘Hold These Truths’ returns to Seattle

Announcement: ‘Hold These Truths’ returns to Seattle

The International Examiner July 13, 2015 0

One-man play about Gordon Hirabayashi performed at the ACT Theatre from July 17 through August

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Arts Etc. — July 7, 2015

Arts Etc. — July 7, 2015

Alan Chong Lau July 7, 2015 0

Here's the arts happenings from July

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