Posters are up. We’re ready for #CAAMFestSJ!
Are you in the school of Good or Evil? In celebration of Soman Chiani’s book “The School for Good and Evil” getting a movie deal, we will be giving out 5 copies of the book! Just e-mail email@example.com with your full name and tell us if you’re good or evil. Not sure? Take the exam first. The winners will be announced Thursday June 7th on the CAAM Facebook page!
President Obama’s remarks at the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration at the White House. Our E.D. Stephen Gong attended with Asian American leaders across the country!
Who’s watching Fast & Furious 6 this weekend? Congrats to Director Justin Lin and fan favorite Sung Kang!
GIFs from “Reluctant Fundamentalist”, a special presentation during CAAMFest 2013!
Not sure what this is from, but damn.
Danny Pham shares three things that he’s learned from Jake Shimabukuro’s music for his Life on Four Strings Contest entry.
Has Jake Shimabukuro’s music impacted your life in a similar way? Let us know in a video and you could win a chance to meet Jake in person.
Videos must be submitted by May 17th.
Enjoy Jake Shimabukuro? Then enjoy the documentary film Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings this Friday on PBS nation-wide. Follow Jake’s story of becoming a Ukulele sensation and revolutionizing notions about the instrument. Check out their Facebook page for more information.
Also, if you are interested in meeting Jake then check out our video contest here: http://bit.ly/jakecontest2013
Let’s all enjoy Jake’s music together!
The first entry to the Life on Four Strings Contest is a fun one!
If Jake Shimabukuro’s music has impacted your life, we at CAAM would love to know! You can sing, dance, act it out or simply tell us—it’s up to you. Be as creative as you’d like. Who knows, you might be the one who wins a trip to meet Jake in person! But remember, videos must be submitted by May 17th.
In episode 2 of “They’re All So Beautiful” the question of whether only white men have “Yellow Fever” was raised. In this episode, the tables are turned and the question being asked is, do Asian women have “White Fever?” Some Asian American women share their opinions on their “preference” for White men while others share how uncomfortable “Yellow Fever” makes them feel in the fourth webisode of “They’re All So Beautiful.”