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FSU AASU:Asians in the media with Ryan Takemiya (part 1) Asian-Americans are vastly underrepresented in the United States media, including film, music, radio, newsprints, etc. Furthermore, acting roles that are granted to Asian-Americans often consist of stereotypical characters that only serve to perpetuate already trivializing cultural beliefs. Come to this informative seminar presented by Ryan Takemiya, found and executive director of RAMA. 244 views
FSU AASU:Asians in the media with Ryan Takemiya (part 2) Asian-Americans are vastly underrepresented in the United States media, including film, music, radio, newsprints, etc. Furthermore, acting roles that are granted to Asian-Americans often consist of stereotypical characters that only serve to perpetuate already trivializing cultural beliefs. Come to this informative seminar presented by Ryan Takemiya, found and executive director of RAMA. 186 views
FSU AASU:Asians in the media with Ryan Takemiya (part 3) 109 views
Elaine Kim - Asian American Woman in Hollywood and Beyond Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series

3/23/2011 Elaine Kim, Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California, Berkeley "Asian American Woman in Hollywood and Beyond: race, gender, and representation 1986-2010"

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"Asian American Women in Hollywood and Beyond" Panel Since the days of Anna May Wong, Asian American actresses have had a continued presence in cinema, from icons of the Orient to Oscar-nominated actresses to directors and producers behind the camera. As technologies, demographics, and audiences transform, so too do representations and opportunities for Asian American actresses to hone and showcase their art.

This panel brings together a legendary professor of Asian American Studies and two actresses who have become familiar faces in film and TV -- and who will star together in next year's Yes, We're Open.

Panel: Lynn Chen (Saving Face, Surrogate Valentine) Sheetal Sheth (Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World, The Trouble with Romance) Elaine H. Kim (Professor, Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley; Director/writer, Slaying the Dragon: Reloaded) Moderated by Leeva Chung (Professor Communication Studies University of San Diego

Co-presented by: Audrey Magazine, CSU San Marcos Asian Pacific Islander Faculty Staff Association, UCSD Women's Center, Asian Pacific Americans for Progress - San Diego chapter

Courtesy of the San Diego Asian Film Foundation (SDAFF) http://www.sdaff.org | info@sdaff.org | 619.400.5911 SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/SanDiegoAsianFilm LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/SDAsianFilm FOLLOW: http://www.twitter.com/SDAFF READ: http://sdasianfilm.blogspot.com/

Camera: Vince Leung & Leticia Ng Camera Assistant: Noelle Green Edited by Rommel Andaya

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Modern Asian Internalize racism A close look at the modern asian's we know today. A lot of Asians today, especially ones who grew up in western societies develop a self hate, internalize racism amongst themselves and onto other asians. From eyelid surgery to nose surgery, people are trying to look more westernized to fit in societies standard. 9652 views
Asian and Asian American Women's Media Stereotypes Media Stereotypes of Asian and Asian American Women 7225
Hypersexuality of Race: Reading and Panel Discussion Professor Celine Parrenas-Shimizu, Asian American Studies, UC Santa Barbara is the author of the recently published book, The Hypersexuality of Race: Performing Asian/American Women on Screen and Scene. This book analyzes the production of sexuality for Asian women in western modern moving image visual cultures such as early cinema, stag films, contemporary pornography, Hollywood blockbusters, musicals and independent sexually explicit media by Asian American women. Series: "Voices" [Humanities] [Show ID: 13703] 422 views
Stephane Gauger: Film and Multimedia and Asian Americans Come join in a discussion with Stephane Gauger -- Director/Writer/Producer of Saigon Electric. Discuss the state of Asian Americans in the entertainment industry and what it was like working in the United States versus working in Vietnam. How can we break the barriers and perceptions of Asians in the media? 10 views
Passing Poston: A Discussion Meet the filmmakers! The Asian American Studies Program welcomes Ruth Okimoto, Joe Fox and James Nubile for a discussion about their new film, Passing Poston.

For The Thousands of Japanese Americans Forcibly Interned During World War II, The Scars Have Never Healed.

For Ruth Okimoto the need to confront the past brings her back to the desert of Arizona where she spent her childhood years behind barbed wire. Back to the Colorado River Indian Reservation, where Poston was built. It is a journey Ruth takes, to find meaning in the inexplicable as she searches to discover the true story of how the Poston camp came into being.

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A Different POV: Latino and Asian America in Cinema and New Media at the Smithsonian Introductions

00:00 Intro by Eduardo Diaz 05:02 Intro by Konrad Ng

Presentations from speakers: 08:39 Charles Ramirez Berg 43:40 Konrad introduces Lisa 45:22 Lisa Nakamura

Q&A Discussion 1:03:55

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