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Frank Chin’s It Begins With A Book

Go to “donald duk frank chin” on Youtube. A critique of Donald Duk by the University of Cambodia. The robot voices are are computer generated words in Cambodian  male and female voices. My cousin feels the world a little lopsided

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Community Peace Garden honoring Bruce Lee & Duwamish Indians feat. Jamil Suleman

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Chong Wa Benevolent Association feat. Tuck Eng

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Chinese in Northwest America Research Committee feat. Chuimei Ho & Ben Bronson

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Chinese American Citizens Alliance feat. Bettie Luke & Ming Tung-Edelman

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Seattle Asian Art Museum

The Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM) is a museum of Asian art housed in a historic art deco building located on the grounds of Volunteer Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The museum’s permanent collection includes a world-renowned collection of Japanese,

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2013 Conference Facebook Page

Check out our Facebook page for the latest updates, photos and more: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CAHS-Conference/275762669218421?ref=ts&fref=ts

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Frank Chin’s Literary Truth

Media can change the way we view the world whether in the form of a book, documentary or painting. In this insightful work, Frank Chin speaks out to perceptions of Chinese in literature in relation to the presence of Asian

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Frank Chin

 If you plan on attending Frank Chin’s seminar, please take a look at A Chinaman Speaks Up For Chinese Lit and It Begins With a Book.

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Meet the “Souls” of Seattle: Pike Place Market Ghost Tours

Among Seattle’s most popular tour is the Market Ghost Tour, an exterior 75 minute tour. It has earned national awards & is rooted in history. We also have a great one hour walking tour that connects you to how the

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