Archive for March 3rd, 2014

  • APIVoices

    OACC Presents: #APIVoices

    The Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC) is proud to present their national #APIVoices YouTube Video Contest! This is YOUR chance to share a topic that you feel is relevant to the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community, and challenge the stereotype that social issues do not […]

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  • SoundsofManila

    A Taste of Original Philippine Music Takes Center Stage in NYC

      New York—While the Filipino food pancit, lumpia, and balut are slowly breaking into mainstream America, Original Philippine Music (OPM) should not be too far behind—food and music go well together anyway, which was the inspiration for Synergy Productions and Marketing Inc. to stage the concert “An Evening of […]

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  • Missing Picture

    FILM REVIEW: “The Missing Picture”

    by Annabelle Udo-O’Malley On April 17, 1975, director Rithy Panh was only 13 years old when the Khmer Rouge turned Cambodia into a murderous experiment in ideology. The agrarian Utopian society envisioned by the Khmer Rouge’s diabolical leader, Pol Pot, resulted in an ethnic cleansing […]

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  • RebuildPhil

    Peace Project Helps Rebuild Village in Philippines Devastated by Typhoon Haiyan

        In rapid response to Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda, Los Angeles-based non-profit, The Peace Project, is mobilizing “Family to Family” – an unprecedented effort to connect families worldwide to families in the Philippines to build 200 or more “instant houses” in the city of Santa Fe […]

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  • InnovationDialog

    Innovation Dialog: Innovation Dialog –Social Media Big Date, Anther Bubble?

          Host: Diana Ding, Founder of Ding Ding TV Guest: Dr. Wei Li, Cheif Scientist, Netbase This interview is about social media big data. The interviewee Dr. Wei Li is a Silicon Valley seasoned expert in social media mining using natural language processing. […]

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