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Editor’s Top Picks of the Month: Coming Home

By: Anderson Le  This September's collection, Coming Home, looks at Asian Pacific American (APA) stories that delve into family histories, traditions, filial piety, and the memories that bridge the immigrant experience that serve as the foundation of what America is all about. If it's in our backyard, on the national stage, rooted in reality, […]

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Ricky He Is the Love Interest in New Disney Musical Remake of ‘Freaky Friday’

By: Ada Tseng (CAAM) When Ricky He was filming the climactic scene in Disney's "Freaky Friday" movie, he couldn't believe that he was at the exact place where he first decided he wanted to pursue entertainment as a career: the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver. Ricky He, who was born and raised in Vancouver, had gone to […]

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New Children’s Book by Actress Sheetal Sheth Explores Naming and Identity

By: Ada Tseng (CAAM) Sheetal Sheth may be most known for her acting work — in films like “Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World,” “I Can’t Think Straight,” “The World Unseen,” “Yes, We’re Open,” and “Nice Girls’ Crew“— but what you may not know is that she’s also dedicated much of her life to doing work […]

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“Soft Power” Actor Discuss His Journey in David Henry Hwang’s New Show

By: Lauren Lola (CAAM)  "Soft Power" is the latest work and first collaboration between Tony Award winners David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori. When an American playwright struggles to create a "Sex and the City" TV show with a Chinese executive, a near-fatal stabbing sends the former into a dream musical. The Chinese executive arrives […]

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