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         Asian-american Media:     more books (100)
  1. Asian Americans and the Media (MM - Media and Minorities) by Kent A. Ono, Vincent Pham, 2008-11-25
  2. Asian American Media Reference Guide; 2nd Edition; a Catalog of More Than 1, 000 Asian American Audio-Visual Programs for Rent Or Sale in the United States by Bill J., Editor Gee, 1990-01-01
  3. Media, Politics, and Asian Americans (Hampton Press Communication) by H. Denis Wu, Tien-Tsung Lee, 2009-05-26
  4. Asian Americans and the Mass Media: A Content Analysis of Twenty United States Newspapers and a Survey of Asian American Journalists (Studies in Asian Americans) by Virginia Mansfield-Richardson, 2000-05-22
  5. Moving the image: independent Asian Pacific American media arts, with a preface by Linda Mabalot. by Russell, ed Leong, 1991
  6. Asian American media reference guide; 2nd edition; a catalog of more than1,000 Asian American audio-visual programs for rent or sale in the UnitedStates. by Bill J., editor Gee, 1990-01-01
  7. DECEPTIVE SIMPLICITY.(Asian Americans and the Media)(Ghostlife of Third Cinema: Asian American Film and Video)(The Hypersexuality of Race: Performing Asian/American ... review): An article from: Afterimage by Valerie Soe, 2010-03-01
  8. Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American Media Arts
  9. Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American Media Arts by Russell Leong, 1991-01-01
  10. Are there real Asian American women in Hollywood movies?: Media representations of Asian American women by U.K. Kwak, 2010-05-16
  11. Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American Media Arts by Various, 1992-01-01
  12. Asian American Media Reference Guide: A Catalog of More Than Five Hundred Asian American Audio-Visual Programs for Rent or Sale in the United States
  13. Asian American Media Reference Guide
  14. Student Almanac of Asian American History by Media Projects Inc., 2004-01-30

1. Lecture Series
Originally, the main focus of the lecture would be on asianamerican media in theLast Decade, but after careful reconsideration, it was pushed back to 1987 Chin.htm
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A sian American Media in the Last Decade A Lecture by Mr. Daryl Chin October 11, 2002 [Photo by Ana Lai] Daryl Chin's lecture attracted many students despite the poor weather Originally, the main focus of the lecture would be on Asian-American Media in the Last Decade, but after careful reconsideration, it was pushed back to 1987, the year the Asian American International Film Festival celebrated its 10 th anniversary. Deemed the Asian American version of Brats, it was a year when many young generation filmmakers and video artists straight out of film school came into public prominence, a succession of both media literate and media conscious individuals.

Staff, members, directors, community, upcoming programs, shopping, calendar, and forums.Category Society Ethnicity Asian asianamerican Organizations...... the National Asian American Telecommunications Association (NAATA) is at the forefrontin creating opportunities for Asian American media through production
Jump to: HOME ABOUT US -Press Room -Become a Member -Staff Directory -Board of Directors -Opportunities at NAATA COMMUNITY -Filmmaker's Corner Filmmaker Opportunities Media Fund Jim Yee Mentorship Program ABC New Talent Development Recently Supported Projects Projects in the News -Faculty Lounge -Family Fun -Action Alerts Future Fund I Want My APA TV! -Archives APA TV -Upcoming Programs -Available Programs -Archives -Submissions CALENDAR -SFIAAFF -Festival Highlights -Festival Submissions SHOP NAATA -What's New -Videos By Title By Subject By Ethnicity K-12 Collection -Audio Cassettes -Books -How to Order -FAQ's -Submissions FORUMS SITE MAP
Upcoming Programs

NAATA presents Gail Dolgin and Vicente Franco's "Daughter From Danang" and Frieda Lee Mock's "Bird by Bird with Annie" Search for NAATA presented broadcasts on your local PBS station
In Theaters

Don't miss SFIAAFF films in Spring 2003 theatrical release

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Media Fund Projects in the News

Awards, festival screenings and broadcasts for NAATA Media Fund projects

3. 2003 Chicago Asian American Showcase - FAAIM
Celebrating asianamerican film making talent. Held annually in April.Category Arts Movies Film Festivals C......FAAIM presents the 8th annual. click to enter. click toenter. Foundation for Asian American Independent media.
FAAIM presents the 8th annual click to enter Foundation for Asian American Independent Media

4. Asian American Journalists Association
Headlines, history, officers, and events.Category Society Ethnicity asianamerican Journalists Association...... An Eye on the media An organization in San Francisco whose mission Shortage of AsianMale Broadcasters A critical shortage of Asian American male broadcast
Select Arizona Asia (Hong Kong) Atlanta Chicago Florida Hawaii Los Angeles Minnesota New England New York Philadelphia Portland Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Bay Area Seattle Texas Washington, D.C.
1182 Market Street
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Phone: 415 346-2051
Fax: 415 346-6343
Commemorate AAJA's 20+ years of commitment to diversity. Buy a denim shirt with an embroidered AAJA logo. Only $20 while supplies last.
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displayRotatedContent("request") The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is a non-profit organization with approximately 1,700 members. With a history spanning over 20 years, AAJA has been at the forefront of change in the journalism industry. More Learn more . Apply or renew online for 2003! MEMBERS-ONLY Update profile Registration Info Forum Login AAJA NEWS: AAJA Announces 2003 AP Internship Winner Toshi Maeda has been chosen to participate in the 2003 AP Internships working out of their San Francisco bureau.

5. Welcome To - Where Opportunity, Community And Diversity Connect
Growing Pains Jobs Business Series March special business and jobs focus series@ asianamerican Village The Week's Ethnic News media Digest March 14 Race

search jobs my account employer profiles ... employer login WEEKLY POLL Considering racial diversity as a factor in college admissions and hiring Directly benefits Asians Indirectly benefits Asians Directly hurts Asians Indirectly hurts Asians This poll sponsored by: Asian-American Village Education readings department KEY SPONSORS

Diversity News


DAILY NEWS AP News Headlines
All Village News

IMDiversity Receives Best Equal Opportunity Site

Monthly Newsletter
E-mail: Justin Lin's new film, Better Luck Tomorrow , Opens April 11. Reviewed by Tracy Uba.
Top Features @ AAV Village Index
Thursday, April 03, 2003 Main Features March special business and jobs focus series @ Asian-American Village War Views Series: Reactions from Ethnic Media and Communities
PNS focus series on community concerns at home and abroad - 4/1 update Other Features Resistance Revisited: Tule Lake
Review by Harvey Dong of Eastwind Books of Berkeley MTV Seeks Mainstream Success for AA Film 'Better Luck Tomorrow'
Tracy Uba on Justin Lin's new film, opening in major cities April 11-18 Plus MTV Seeks Mainstream Success for AA Film 'Better Luck Tomorrow' War Views Series: Reactions from Ethnic Media and Communities What to Do About Discrimination: Pocket Guide 'Becoming American: The Chinese Experience' Guide ... APA Girl Power! (Updated)

6. Asian Pacific Islands American History Literature For K-12
Index to Asian American resources for English and Social Studies teachers in grades K12. Offers chronolo Category Society Ethnicity Asian asian-american History...... Connection Hapa Issues Form Social issues forum for persons of partial Asian orPacific Island ancestry Money, media and the Asian American Article; suggests

7. Asian-American Resources
Book, Film, and media Reviews media reviews from a asianamerican perspective. CampusResources Resources from the University of Maryland and other campuses.
Asian-American Resources
Recent miscellaneous announcements.
Archives and Museuems
Information on archives and museums and links to web sites.
Information and exhibitions of Asian-American art, music, and literature.
Bibliographies and Guides
Bibliographies of diversity resources and research and study guides.
Book, Film, and Media Reviews
Media reviews from a Asian-American perspective.
Campus Resources
Resources from the University of Maryland and other campuses.
Employment Opportunities and Information
Information about employment for Asian-Americans and job openings for Asian-American fields .
Fellowships, Grants, Scholarships, and Educational Opportunities
Information on educational programs and funding.
Government and Politics
Legislation, court cases, executive orders and organizations relating to Asian-Americans.
Historical background on Asian-American issues.
Internet Metasites
General directories and indices.
Issues - Asian-American
Issues pertaining specifically to Asian-Americans.
Library Resources
Information about libraries and holdings in libraries specific to Asian-Americans.

Sept. 19, 2002
Sacramento, the nation's most integrated city, is the new headquarters for a $7.4 million National Cancer Institute initiative aimed at erasing disproportionately high rates of certain cancers among Asian Americans. Details of the initiative will be shared with representatives of Sacramento's diverse Asian community, from Chinese to Cambodian, Hmong to Mien, at a morning news briefing at UC Davis Medical Center. WHEN Thursday, Sept. 26
10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. WHERE: Camellia Cottage lawn and stage Alongside parking lot 3 across from UC Davis Cancer Center, 4501 X Street, Sacramento (Parking in lot 3 is free for vehicles displaying press credentials). WHO: Speakers include Moon S. Chen, Jr., director of the UC Davis Cancer Prevention and Control program and a recent appointee by President Bush to the National Cancer Advisory Board; Jerry Chong of CAPITAL (Council of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Together for Advocacy and Leadership), and Susan Shinagawa, a singer-songwriter whose breast cancer was initially ignored because "Asian women don't get breast cancer." VISUALS: Live Asian music and singing by breast cancer survivor Susan Shinagawa. Interviews with other Asian American cancer survivors and community leaders.

9. Anagram Volume 1 / What Is An Asian American? / Gerry Tsai
The tyranny of the checkin boxes and the over-active American media have createdan asian-american identity of their own invention and satisfaction.
What is an Asian American? Gerry Tsai Questions of ethnic identity never provide clean and easy answers. The boundaries and barriers that seem to divide people are always blurry and unclear around the edges. America has become a nation of check-in boxes, a country where everyone is placed into a category no matter how poorly they fit, or how poor the category. The term "Asian-American" first came into use around the mid 1960's when the ever increasing number of Chinese-American and Japanese-American college students joined in with the civil rights movement of the era. It was not until the mid 1980's, however, that "Asian-American" because a mainstream term to replace "Oriental" or the even more pejorative "chink." However, the term "Asian-American" has grown past its original context and has become a category so large that it is increasingly difficult to define. The original concept of Asian-America is dated and full of holes. As identities grow and mature, so must the concepts that surround them.

10. Education Planet Store ,store,US History,Asian-American Studies Lesson Plans
9. click here to buy from FROM EAST TO WEST The AsianAmericanExperience - media video, Grade 3-8 This introduction to the history of
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Grade K - 2 Higher Ed. Search from over educational supplies by keyword and grade. Membership Log In User Name: Password: Welcome Education Planet Store helps teachers, parents, students and administrators find and purchase quality educational software, books, videos, maps, supplies and more! Featured Stores
Subcategories for: Asian-American Studies Featured Book Cinderella Grade: K-5 Now that she's a princess, Cinderella is suing her stepmother for back wages. 27 pages. Buy it at Featured Video Stress Grade: 6-12 Exposes the emotional and physical harm that can result from too much stress. Points out how to make stress ... Buy it at Featured Software Encarta World English Dictionary 2001 Grade: 6-12 Strong on newly minted words and phrases, this extensive dictionary benefits ... Buy it at Featured Map Grand Teton National Park, Wy Grade: K-12+ Maps for and by people who love the Outdoors! Trails Illustrated is recognized as ... Buy it at

11. American Women's History: Asian-American Women
Primary Sources media. Adams, Rose. Films on Asian American Studies at StanfordUniversity online. Stanford University Libraries, last updated 26 May 1998.
American Women's History: A Research Guide
Asian-American Women
Home Page Last Update: 11/15/2002 Suggestion Box
In addition to the sources cited below, consult the "Annual Selected Bibliography" in Amerasia Journal Asian Women in America: A Bibliography . Madison, Wis.: Women's Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin System, 1987. 13p. Kim, Hyung-Chan, ed. Asian-American Studies: An Annotated Bibliography and Research Guide . Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1989. 504p. Poon, Wei Chi. A Guide for Establishing Asian American Core Collections . Berkeley, Calif.: Asian American Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley, c1989. Rosseel, Trish, comp. Asian American Women Bibliography [online]. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, July 1994, revised by Melanie Burror, June 1996 [cited 16 August 1998]. Available from:
Biographical Sources
See the general Biographical Sources section for additional information sources.

12. Asian American Media Arts
Asian American media Arts New and Exciting! Check out the brand new site for streaming video featuring Asian American programming Aiyaa! Greg ("Fighting Grandpa") Pak has set up a new website devoted to promoting Asian American Film.
Asian American Media Arts New and Exciting!
    Check out the brand new site for streaming video featuring Asian American programming: Aiyaa! Media Greg ("Fighting Grandpa") Pak has set up a new website devoted to promoting Asian American Film . Greg is also one of the founders of The Workshop which also has a great site.
Indexes and Databases
  • Canadian Filmmaker's Distribution Center - Database of 16mm and Video Distributors for Canadian Filmmakers
  • ITVS - the Independent Television Service website features information on many films and videos that aired on PBS, including links to their commercial distributors.
Distributors and Media Arts Organizations Film and Arts Festivals

13. Asian, Pacific, & South Asian American Video: Media Resources Center UCB:
UC Berkeley media Resource Center offers an alphabetical list of films created by Asians. Click on a film title to view more information.

  • Miscellaneous and General Works
  • Chinese Americans
  • Japanese Americans
  • Korean Americans ...
  • The Movies, Race, Ethnicity (for cinema works by Asian American filmmakers or films with images of Asian Americans)
  • People of Mixed Race - Interracial Marriage/Dating
  • South and South East Asia and Oceania Studies (includes videos about South/South East Asians living in countries other than the US)

  • Document maintained on server: by
    Gary Handman, Head, Media Resources Center.

    Last update 3/9/01 [am] MRC web graphics by Mary Scott, Graphics Office, The Teaching Library

    14. In Search Of Asian American Cinema By Peter Feng Cineaste
    It just means Asian movies get lumped in with the Asian American stuff. Mainstreammedia critics also lump Asian American media with the product from Asia
    In Search of Asian American Cinema (Race in Contemporary American Cinema, part 3)
    by Peter Feng Cineaste v21, n1-2 (Wntr-Spring, 1995):32 (4 pages).
    Cineaste Publishers Inc. Used in the UCB Media Resources Web site with permission. What is Asian American Cinema, anyway?" The question came from a colleague in the discussion group that had formed to discuss a film and video series I had programmed for the Institute for Cinema and Culture at the University of Iowa, and the question was directed at me. "What are you going to say in your article," asked the filmmakers who knew I was attempting to answer this question. "How are you defining Asian American Cinema?," asked my friends on other campuses, themselves struggling to answer the same question. "I don't know," I replied. "The only thing I do know is that my students are helping me to redefine 'Asian American Cinema' every week, and I'm sure that any answer I give today I will abandon before the end of the semester." The term 'Asian American Cinema,' which includes works in video and film, implies first of all that there is such a thing as Asian American Culture. But is there such a thing as a unified Asian American Culture? Of course, the term culture is itself a slippery one - is there such a thing as American Culture, for example? Europeans might say yes; many Americans, especially people of color, would say no.

    15. CET -- RESOURCES: Asian American History Web Sites And Resources
    Resources The resources here were selected as some of the best starting points to help you further explore Asian American history and culture online in books , and through other media programs . Many of the resources listed here also have extensive links or listings of other resources. We welcome your suggestions for other good starting points. ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES OTHER ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA PROGRAMS MEDIA SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS BOOKS ON ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES CURRICULA RESOURCES AskAsia
    Asia Society's AskAsia site is an on-line source for K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. The site provides access to classroom-tested resources and activities, relevant links and a virtual community of educators. The Asian American Curriculum Project
    AACP is a not-for-profit source for books on Asian American heritage and contemporary experience Golden Legacy Curriculum
    Angel Island Immigration Station Curriculum

    The Angel Island Immigration Station curriculum, designed for grades 3 - 5, is also from KQED. Also see Loni Ding's Island of Secret Memories video.

    16. 22nd AAIFF Asian American Media Award
    Series Producer. KimGibson and Omori to Receive Asian CineVision's 1999Asian American media Award Award Ceremony Information Reservations.

    17. Asian American International Film Festival
    ASIAN CINEVISION (ACV), is a non profit media arts organization dedicated to promotingand preserving Asian and Asian American media expressions by helping to

    18. Hardboiled | Do You Want To Battle Me?!
    brutality against Asian Americans, and even deconstructions of Asian pornographyand a look into the world of Asian American zines and independent media.
    hardboiled: home about hb staff past issues
    the asian pacific american issues newsmagazine at uc berkeley

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    hardboiled transitioning to new server! sorry for the lack of updates. 6.3 available now!
    Last two articles of 5.5 now up online...
    Congratulations to harish and the rest of the layout staff for winning the Best Newspaper Layout award from the UC Berkeley Publications Banquet on 5/2. also, thanks to all who made it to our inaugural spoken word event, THE ASIANS ARE COMING. Check out the photos from the show , courtesy of david huang and - kevin
    hey, it kinda occurred to me that is not the first thing you see if you do a Google search for hardboiled but folks, there's an easy way to fix that . (give up that love y'all!!!) - kevin
    (shamelessly promotin'...)

    introducing the new look of hardboiled . so fresh and so clean. designed for easy photocopying. (put your monitor on the xerox machine for best results.) we are currently working on converting our existing content to the new format and hope to get issues finished before the end of May. For now, sit tight, grab your favorite reading glasses, bottle, or something, and enjoy. Besides the design we got some great content to look at from this year. And right now I'm talking too much like a web designer. and don't hesitate to tell us what you think.

    19. Asian American Media--Asian American--Ethnic Studies--College Library
    Ethnic studies home page Ethnic Studies Asian American Asian Americanmedia. Asian Americans in the media. The first appearance
    Ethnic Studies > Asian American > Asian American Media
    Asian Americans in the Media
    The first appearance of Asian Americans in films took place during the first half of the 1900s. In the early periods, most of the Asian characters were played by Caucasian actors. Moreover, the stereotypical images of Asian Americans in the films have been undergoing a slow improvement. Asian American directors, actors and producers in the film industry today are trying to continue the tradition as well as to add in some contemporary elements into their productions. This bibliography provides Internet websites, books and videos about or produced by Asian Americans. Videos, which are all documentary films produced in the 1990s, cover topics on history, social issues and personal stories among various Asian American groups. While the reference books provide information about Asian American actors in the early film history, the Internet websites focus more on actors in the recent decades.
    Reference Books
    The Asian American Encyclopedia.(1995). Edited by Franklin Ng and John D. Wilson. New York: Marshall Cavendish.

    20. Asian American Resources
    Cultural/Resource Center; UC Berkeley media Resources Center Asian AmericanVideography; UCLA Asian American Studies Center; University of
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