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Asian Pacific Cultural Center re-opens

Asian Pacific Cultural Center re-opens

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

BY CHARYSSE REASER Examiner Contributor After months of looking for a new home, the Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) Tacoma has now settled itself in an office space inside the Children’s Museum of Tacoma.

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Sarah Sze produces “An Equal and Opposite Reaction”

Sarah Sze produces “An Equal and Opposite Reaction”

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

BY SUE KUNIMATSU Examiner Contributor Entering the lobby of McCaw Hall, opera and ballet-goers feel their gaze drawn upward by a white tornado. The 30-foot tall funnel has sucked up and scrambled the detritus

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Shimomura: “Mistaken Identities”

Shimomura: “Mistaken Identities”

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

Seattle native Roger Shimomura has a suite of lithographs entitled, “Mistaken Identity” at the Greg Kucera Gallery through Oct. 1. The series is based on photos and artwork on the internment of Japanese Americans.

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Aimee Phan on the journey of writing

Aimee Phan on the journey of writing

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

BY HONG VAN Examiner Staff On Saturday, Oct. 15, the International Examiner presents: “Taking the Journey: Vietnamese American authors explore the journey of writing.” Aimee Phan and Kien Nguyen lead free writing workshops and

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Tasveer pushes the edges of South Asian films in ISAFF 2005

Tasveer pushes the edges of South Asian films in ISAFF 2005

The International Examiner September 14, 2005 0

BY MIJAIL BENITEZ Examiner Contributor Tasveer kicked-off their second annual Independent South Asian Film Festival (ISAFF) at the Seattle Art Museum last month with their signature party style – an eclectic mix of DJ

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Small Houses, Big Ideas

Small Houses, Big Ideas

The International Examiner September 14, 2005 0

BY JUDITH VAN PRAAG Examiner Arts Writer “The Very Small Home” presents stunning design advances in Japan. Eighteen recent houses, from ultramodern to Japanese rustic, are explored in depth. Particular emphasis is given to

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Author Qi explores Nanjing massacre in fiction novel

Author Qi explores Nanjing massacre in fiction novel

The International Examiner September 14, 2005 0

BY ANDREA LINGENFELTER Examiner Contributor When the Purple Mountain Burns By Shouhua Qi San Francisco: Longriver Press, 2005 Despite repeated official apologies from Japan for wartime atrocities, Japan’s Asian neighbors have been slow to

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Artsetc

The International Examiner September 12, 2005 0

Highlights Tasveer presents their 2nd Annual Independent South Asian Film Festival entitled “Pushing the Edges: South Asia in a New Frame” set for Sept. 14 – 18 at Broadway Performance Hall. This event showcases

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Sarmiento speaks through glass

Sarmiento speaks through glass

The International Examiner August 30, 2005 0

BY LUCIA ENRIQUEZ Jeffery Sarmiento’s pieces are mesmerizing. Peering inside blocks of smooth glass, we see lines become waveforms, diagrams or letters. Overlapping, floating through the depths of transparent or lightly tinted glass, we

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One-on-one with Sarah McCulloch, lead singer of  "The Fading Collection"

One-on-one with Sarah McCulloch, lead singer of "The Fading Collection"

The International Examiner August 29, 2005 0

BY EUN JI LEE Examiner Contributor The Fading Collection, known as one of the coolest electronic indie bands in Seattle, has just launched their second CD “Supertron.” The International Examiner sits down with vocalist

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