Academy of Chinese Martial and Cultural Arts
Almost 10 years ago, Shifu ("master") Howie Solow arrived in the Denver metro area. A mechanical engineer who designed of high-end fitness equipment, Solow was already a high ranking practitioner of Shaolin Hung Mei Kung Fu.
Russell Interviews Timothy Linh Bui
Timothy Linh Bui helped open the festivities at the 5th Aurora
Asian Film Festival on Thursday, May 30th at the Aurora Fox Arts Center.
Timothy introduced his film Green
Dragon, which marks his directorial debut following co-writing
and co-producing credits on the critically acclaimed Three Seasons, directed
by his brother, Tony. AsiaXpress.com Correspondent-at-Large Jim Russell,
Afternoon Host of CD 104.3, spoke with Bui about the new film.
Hosts Hart For Annual Luncheon
The Japan America Society of Colorado held its annual Spring Luncheon fundraising event on April 18 at the Denver Marriott Civic Center, and featured former US Senator Gary Hart as its keynote speaker.
CU Host Internment Conference
The Mile-Hi Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League joined forces with the University of Colorado at Boulder to host a thought-provoking and far-reaching three-day conference April 4-6 on racism, racial profiling and the Japanese American Internment during World War II.
Forum Tunes Into Chinese TV
On Thursday, March 28, 2002, the people of Denver had a rare opportunity to hear two very influential women in Chinaís television industry discuss their views on "The Changing Face of the Chinese Television Industry: Prospects and Challenges."
Celebrate Landmark Ruling
with University of Colorado President Elizabeth Hoffman
The Mayorís Asian Advisory Council (MAAC) hosted a dialogue with University of Colorado President Elizabeth Hoffman at the Denver Public Library on Thursday, March 14, 2002. This community meeting was the first effort by Hoffman to outreach to the Asian Pacific American communities of Colorado.
Unity Culture Night
On March 10, Asian Unity presented their second annual Culture Night in Boulder. The students showcased music and dancing from many different cultures, as well as a martial arts demonstration performed by the Shaolin Hung Mei Pai Kungfu.
Pacific Development Centerís Asian New Year Celebration
The Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) celebrated the Year of the Horse, the Centerís annual Asian New Year celebration held at the Palace Chinese Restaurant on February 23, 2002. Awards were given to outstanding volunteers and agencies who supported the Center through the years.
Philippine Senator Nikki Coseteng Promotes Book
New Year And The Year Of The Horse
Chinese New Year starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th day of the new year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.
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