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The Golden Spike

Folk musician Charlie Chin narrates this accessible introduction to an important part of Asian American history. Although over 10,000 Chinese immigrants helped build the western half…

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Shot in Philadelphia’s Chinatown between 1976 and 1986, the film documented the life of an elderly Chinese man while the filmmaker explored his own…

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Immigrant Story

A moving account of the immigrant experience of three generations of Chinese Americans told through the creative use of contemporary and archival photographs and…

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Once Upon A Rooftop

On a rooftop high above the bustling streets of Hong Kong, a woman practices the ancient art of tai chi as her daughter watches…

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Yours Truly, Miss Chinatown

The poignant stories of three young women who vie for one of the world’s most coveted ethnic pageant titles, while struggling to reconcile the…

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Paper Words

Rich and colorful, PAPER WORDS enchantingly tells the story of Mei, a 5-year old girl from China now living in America. Attending kindergarten in…

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Whatever It Takes

WHATEVER IT TAKES chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the very first year of the Bronx Center for Science & Mathematics, an innovative public…

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A Moment in Time

Through a warm, intimate pastiche of multi-generational interviews and rare film clips (from both old Cantonese movies and early Chinese American works), Oscar-winning director…

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SHONENKO reveals the untold stories of Taiwanese child laborers (Shonenko), from 12 to 14-years-old, who manufactured fighter planes in the Japanese naval arsenals during…

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