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Meet Yul Kwon of PBS’ “America Revealed”

Meet Yul Kwon THIS Tuesday, 4/3 in Boston! Yul Kwon, winner of “Survivor: Cooks Island,” and host of the upcoming PBS series America Revealed (premiering Wednesday, April 11th at 10pm on WGBH) will be in town  Tuesday, April 3rd to host a preview screening at Northeastern University, in partnership with the National Association of Asian American Professionals-Boston, and WGBH. […]

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UNITY 2012 Early Bird Registration Ends This Friday!

  UNITY 2012 Video Not excited yet about UNITY in Vegas?  Watch this video! 21 Things to Do in Vegas for Under $21 For those who want to spend more time than money in Las Vegas, here are 21 things to do for less than $21, all aimed at keeping the bottom line low […]

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AAJA Student Pizza Night

AAJA New England is hosting a social media seminar for college students. The Boston Globe’s social media point person will be giving a presentation on the most effective ways college students should be using social media as students and as journalists. There will be a Q&A session after, and there will be pizza! Here are the details: When: 7 p.m., […]

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Photos from AAJA Lunar New Year

You can still see veteran AAJAer Corky Lee’s exhibit, Eye on Asian Pacific Americans. WHERE: Gallery 360 at Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Ave Accessible by Green Line, E Branch, at Northeastern station

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Lunar New Year Dim Sum

You know the deal — Chinatown, tea, good food, and even better company. Bring the family, your co-workers, your buddies. Reconnect with old friends and meet the new members.  Ring in the Year of the Dragon. WHEN: Noon on Sunday, Feb. 12 WHERE: Empire Garden (also called Emperor’s Garden) 690 Washington St. in Boston (617) 482-8898 Accessible on […]

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AAJA Holiday Party!

Bring an appetite, your family and friends, and that holiday spirit! Brunch will be served buffet-style Join us at noon on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011 Tamarind Bay Bistro & Bar 75 Winthrop St. Cambridge 02138 RSVP to Swati Sharma at $9.95 per person Looking for holiday gift ideas? Pick up a signed copy of The Fortune Cookie […]

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Photos from talk with James Hong

AAJA member Al Young interviewed legendary Hollywood actor James Hong at the 2011 Boston Asian American Film Festival feature “Spotlight” event Friday night (11/11/11) at MIT in Cambridge. Hong, perhaps the most recognizable Asian American character in the world, talked about his remarkable acting career that has spanned nearly 60 years and includes more than 500 […]

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See actor James Hong at the Boston Asian American Film Festival

Spotlight Event: James Hong Behind the Scenes Secrets of Hollywood Friday, November 11 7:00PM, MIT, 222 Memorial Drive, Building 10, Room 250 (Second Floor), Cambridge, MA (T: Kendall Station)Actor James Hong has a prolific film and television career that spans 57 years with more than 500 roles. In this spotlight event, Mr. Hong will speak about […]

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Author to read new novel “Nanjing Requiem”

Author of the acclaimed “Waiting” and “A Free Life” will read his new novel “Nanjing Requiem” Saturday, October 29, 2011, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Inc.,  38 Ash St. Boston, MA 02111 (MBTA Orange Line- Tufts Medical Center Stop) Directions: Free admission.  Books will be available for purchase and signing. RSVP to […]

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AAJA Tweet-Up at ONA11

Meet the Asian American Journalists Association‘s MVTweeters IRL. AAJA National President@DorisTruong will buy the first round of appetizers, and kobe sliders are $2 each from 5 to 7. Drinks are pay-as-you-go. (We’re assembling at MiniBar, a half-block from the main ONA convention hotel, so you’ll have plenty of time to catch up, then head to the ONA Opening Night […]

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