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‘Infamy’ does not pull its punches in telling tale of incarceration

‘Infamy’ does not pull its punches in telling tale of incarceration

Chizu Omori August 30, 2015 0

Journalist Richard Reeves's writing hits close to home in his non-fiction work about Japanese internment during World War II. This review is part of the 2015 Pacific Reader presented by the International Examiner.

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Possibilities remain vibrant within Yamashita’s ‘Anime Wong’

Possibilities remain vibrant within Yamashita’s ‘Anime Wong’

Roxanne Ray August 29, 2015 0

California artist Karen Tei Yamashita presents a collection of texts from her many art performances.

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Mori’s ‘Yokohama, California’ was ahead of its time

Mori’s ‘Yokohama, California’ was ahead of its time

Ken Mochizuki August 28, 2015 0

Short stories show the life of fictional pre- and post-war Japanese Americans in this collection by Toshio Mori. This review is part of the 2015 Pacific Reader presented by the International Examiner

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Sara Porkalob: ‘Dragon Lady’ diversifes in one-woman show

Sara Porkalob: ‘Dragon Lady’ diversifes in one-woman show

Roxanne Ray August 26, 2015 0

One woman show at Bumbershoot September 5 to

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‘Porcelain Thief’ interrogates the American Born Chinese experience in the motherland

‘Porcelain Thief’ interrogates the American Born Chinese experience in the motherland

Shin Yu Pai August 25, 2015 0

Former Seattle Weekly writer Huan Hsu publishes memoir

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‘Hold These Truths': The power of the real

‘Hold These Truths': The power of the real

Frank Abe August 24, 2015 0

Seeing the play performed in Seattle was especially meaningful

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‘The Devotion of Suspect X': Nothing is as it seems

‘The Devotion of Suspect X': Nothing is as it seems

Adrienne Ip August 23, 2015 0

Keigo Higashino's detailed mystery novel tries to answer the question, "Which is harder, devising an unsolvable problem, or solving that problem?" This review is part of the 2015 Pacific Reader presented by the International

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Arts Etc. – August 22, 2015

Arts Etc. – August 22, 2015

Alan Chong Lau August 22, 2015 0

The latest arts happenings compiled by Alan Chong Lau

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Seattle Opera’s ‘An American Dream': Community is at the heart of everything

Seattle Opera’s ‘An American Dream': Community is at the heart of everything

Roxanne Ray August 19, 2015 0

August 21 and 23 at McCaw Hall

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SIS Productions’ ‘Paper Angels’ tells stories of immigration

SIS Productions’ ‘Paper Angels’ tells stories of immigration

Roxanne Ray August 18, 2015 0

Paper Angels runs from August 20 to

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