The museum exhibit represents the culmination of years of work, which began in 2009 and involved interviewing and recording the stories of more than 20 families from Laos who now live in the United States
‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ author explains why she put her foot down on casting the film’s lead. Since its release on Netflix last month, it’s safe to say that To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, the teen romantic comedy based on the young adult novel of the same name, has become […]
After 25 years of silence, the private Lao music and film industries are reawakening. This is a story about a small country with a big heart.
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In segment 1, hostess G Tongi interviews President Edwin Baloloy and President-Elect as they describe the campus promotions and visiting the student organizations of USC, UCLA and Cal State Fullerton. The later segments featured our finalists, Anthony Garciano, Heidi Carreon, and winner Kevin Casasola. The segments of Anthony and Kevin will be added as Kababayan […]
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 2, 2015) — President Barack Obama on Friday announced his intent to nominate Bo Thao-Urabe to the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, according to the White House Office of the Press …
Cultural diversity not only makes America strong; it makes America fun, colorful, and gives it character. Celebrate American strength and character in the spirit of fun at the colorful International Street Fair & Diversity Festival in Artesia, Calif. on October 3. Artesia will be closing down a portion of its downtown on Pioneer Blvd. Between […]