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Actor Meg Tilly opens her heart to the public in new novel, “Gemma”

Actor Meg Tilly opens her heart to the public in new novel, “Gemma”

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor When times got rough for young Meg Tilly, she climbed up apple trees, seeking solace in the woods, meadows and nature. It was natural then for Tilly to use

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First local APA dramatic film “Beacon Hill Boys” fades in again

First local APA dramatic film “Beacon Hill Boys” fades in again

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Five years after the short film “Beacon Hill Boys” was released and made it rounds, I was invited to speak at a teachers’ seminar at Seattle’s Antioch College. Then

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Shirin Neshat’s “Tooba” breaks new visual ground

Shirin Neshat’s “Tooba” breaks new visual ground

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

BY TRACEY FUGAMI Examiner Contributor If you wait until next year to visit the Seattle Art Museum when their expanded new home opens to the public, you will miss one of the most significant

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“Uncle Hideki and The Empty Nest”: A thoughtful play about love and self-fulfillment

“Uncle Hideki and The Empty Nest”: A thoughtful play about love and self-fulfillment

The International Examiner September 20, 2006 0

BY WINNIE WONG Examiner Contributor Award-winning author Jean Davies Okimoto has crafted a delightful story about the tension between family obligations and self-fulfillment and above all, love, in “Uncle Hideki and The Empty Nest.”

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Xiaoze Xie and Ying-Yueh Chuang: Magnifications of Life

Xiaoze Xie and Ying-Yueh Chuang: Magnifications of Life

The International Examiner September 20, 2006 0

BY CLAIRE EMIKO FANT Examiner Contributor Recent works of two contemporary Chinese artists are being exhibited at Davidson Contemporary in the Tashiro Kaplan Building from Sept. 8 – 30, providing a glimpse into two

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Art Etc

Art Etc

The International Examiner September 20, 2006 0

Visual Arts “Dim Sum at the On-On Tea Room – The Jewelry of Ron Ho”* is a long overdue retrospective of the work of this creative jewelry artist and local Northwest treasure who has

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InBetween Ordinary and Extraordinary: Tales Told by Artist Diem Chau

InBetween Ordinary and Extraordinary: Tales Told by Artist Diem Chau

The International Examiner September 20, 2006 0

Welcome to our annual fall arts guide in which we get to extend our Arts Etc. calendar to include highlights of the fall season. In the visual arts, we are fortunate to have a

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Arts Etc

The International Examiner September 6, 2006 0

Highlights The WA State China Relations Council hosts a reception for John Pomfret, author of “Chinese Lessons: Five Classmates and the Story of the New China” at Preston Gates & Ellis at 925 Fourth

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Michael Kang explores teenage angst in “The Motel”

Michael Kang explores teenage angst in “The Motel”

The International Examiner September 6, 2006 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor Michael Kang’s debut feature film, “The Motel,” screens at the Northwest Film Forum (1515 12th Ave., www.nwfilmforum.org). “The Motel” deals with an adolescent boy, Ernest Chin, and his problems

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“Dreaming Lhasa” premieres in Seattle

“Dreaming Lhasa” premieres in Seattle

The International Examiner September 6, 2006 0

BY MATRAYI JONEJA Examiner Contributor The first thing that you notice about “Dreaming Lhasa” is the beautiful backdrop of Dharamshala, the city which is a place of refuge to several thousands of politically shunned

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