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         Asian-american Media:     more books (100)
  1. Transnationalism and the Asian American Heroine: Essays on Literature, Film, Myth and Media by Lan Dong, 2010-10-06
  2. Cultural Migrants from Japan: Youth, Media, and Migration in New York and London by Yuiko Fujita, 2009-05-16
  3. American Dragons Twenty-Five Asian American Voices: Twenty-Five Asian American Voices
  4. Multicultural Marketing in America 2007: The Directory of Agencies, Media and Brands in the Hispanic/Latino, African American, Asian American and GLBT Markets
  5. Asian American Women and Men: Labor, Laws and Love (Gender Lens Series, Vol. 1) by Dr. Yen Le Espiritu, 1996-08-02
  6. Strangers from a Different Shore: A History of Asian Americans Au of... by Ronald Takaki, 1998-09-23
  7. Anti-Asian Violence in North America: Asian American and Asian Canadian Reflections on Hate, Healing and Resistance (Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans) by Patricia Wong Hall, 2001-05-09
  8. Choreographing Asian America by Yutian Wong, 2010-08-02
  9. Asian Americans in the Twenty-First Century: Oral Histories of First- to Fourth- Generation Americans from China, Japan, India, Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Laos by Joann Faung Jean Lee, 2008-09-01
  10. Asian Masculinity, American Identity: Asian American Citizenship through Interracial Relations by Jin Stone, 2008-11-03
  11. Korean American: Koreans, Asian American, Filipino American, Indian American, Vietnamese American, List of Korean Americans, Hyphenated American, Korean adoptee
  12. 442nd Infantry Regiment (United States): United States Army, Asian American, Japanese American, World War II, United States armed forces, Hawaii Admission ... Broke Monument, John E. Dahlquist, Manzanar
  13. In Her Mother's House: The Politics of Asian American Mother-Daughter Writing (Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans) by Wendy Ho, 2000-01-19
  14. News Media and New Media: The Asia-Pacific Internet Handbook, Episode V (Communication & Media Studies)

61. National Asian Americans Telecommunications Association
resources. Located in San Francisco, NAATA is one of the three majorAsian American media arts organizations in the United States. Its
NATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION The mission of the National Asian American Telecommunications Association (NAATA) is "to advance the ideals of cultural pluralism in America and to promote better understanding of the Asian Pacific American experience through film, video and radio." Since its founding in 1980, NAATA has been bringing award-winning programs by and about Asian Pacific Americans to the public through such venues as national and local television broadcasting, film and video screenings, and educational distribution services. NAATA works primarily in three programming areas: television broadcast, exhibition (namely, the annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival), and non-broadcast distribution, (more specifically, through their CrossCurrent Media catalogue). Through this effort, the organization seeks to support and nurture Asian Pacific American media artists in order to proffer a more accurate representation of Asian Pacific communities to the public. The representation of Asian Americans in American television and film, supporters of the group feel, has led to many false perceptions of them. In the 1995 Catalogue of the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, Stephen Gong (film history scholar and manager of the Pacific Film Archive) argues that the struggles in the career of silent film star, Sessue Hayakawa remain emblematic of the price Asian/American actors pay in order to get some screen time. Referring to the stereotypes of Asian Americans, he asks: "Do the commercial constraints that have apparently governed mass media from its earliest days still make it a given that public expectations must be fulfilled before artistic vision can be exercised?" NAATA attempts to respond to this question by presentingand more importantly, integratingalternative and self-proclaimed representation by "marginal" peoples into the mainstream media culture.

62. SAJA: Dissecting American Media Now
many other 9/11 topics) is Parag Khandhar of the Asian American Federation parag Besure to check out SAJA Dissecting American media Now SAJA Mailing Lists
SAJA Home Roundup Profiles Membership ... SAJA Stylebook South Asians Among The Sept. 11 Victims
Also see: SAJA Roundup of Sept. 11 Coverage
SAJA Dissecting American Media Now

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Please note: SAJA does NOT have contacts to share about victims' families.
The only South Asia organization working closely with families is the
South Asian Council for Social Services (SACSS). The contact there is
Sudha Acharya
. Because there have been so many requests for contacts,
they may not be able to help you. has invaluable information on Bangladeshi victims. NEW: Anniversary stories Stories about South Asian Victims From Various Publications (unless otherwise indicated otherwise, these are links to the NYT " Portraits of Grief " series) Current total: 53

63. Asian American Organizations
American Artistry Asian Professional Exchange (APEX) - Asian American EconomicDevelopment Enterprises, Inc - Asian American media Development (AAMD) - Asian
Asian and Asian American Organizations
We do not necessarily have the link for every organization. If you wish to see a listing of organizations within any particular State, please select the State of your choice for a description of all listed Asian organizations California (Southern) District of Columbia Hawaii Illinois ... Japan America Society of Alabama
Arkansas Alaska Arizona Arizona Asian American Association
Asian Chamber of Commerce
Arkansas California (Northern) - Aasra
Asian American Arts Foundation

Asian American Bar Association of Greater Bay Area

Asian American Journalists Association/National

Asian American Recovery Services, Inc.
Asian American Manufacture Association
- Asian American Women's Alliance
Asian American Journalists Association
- National Asian Americans for Community Involvement Asian Community Mental Health Services Asian Health Services - Asian Immigrant Women Advocates Asian Inc. Asian Law Alliance Asian Law Caucus Asian Neighborhood Design ... Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach - Asian Women's Shelter Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations Chinese Culture Center Chinese for Affirmative Action - Chinese Progressive Association East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation Filipino American Chamber of Santa Clara, County

64. Korean American Centennial Commemoration; Resources
First Run Icarus Films—listing of films/videos on Asia. Foundation for AsianAmerican Independent media (also the Chicago Asian American Showcase).
Film and Television (March/April) AArising The Philip Ahn Admiration Society Arthur Dong's Deep Focus Productions Asian American Film,com ... Asian Pacific American Film (also the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival) Asian Pacific Film Festival of Florida Asian CineVision (also Asian CineVue and the Asian American International Film Festival) Dallas South Asian Film Festival Arthur Dong's Deep Focus Productions First Run Icarus Films Foundation for Asian American Independent Media (also the Chicago Asian American Showcase) Kip Fulbeck / Seeweed Productions Hawaii International Film Festival Grace Lee MANAA: Media Action Network for Asian Americans ... NAATA: National Asian American Telecommunications Association (also the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) Pacific Film Archive Greg Pak San Diego Asian Film Foundation (also the San Diego Asian Film Festival) San Francisco Korean American Media Arts Festival SAWNET: South Asian Women's Network Theresa Hak Kyung Cha Archive at the Berkeley Museum of Art Third World Newsreel ... University of California, Berkeley

65. Asian American Articles Media And Forums | AsianMedia
Asian American media Magazines Sites websites internet Beauty Makeup PersonalitiesSuccess Stories. A s i a n M e d i a Thursday, Feb 06, 2003, 085330 PM.
A s i a n M e d i a
Thursday, Apr 03, 2003, 12:41:26 PM The Ultimate Lists of the Very Best
Articles Ever Written for Asian Americans
You're looking for quality profiles of celebrities like Yao Ming, Lisa Ling, Ichiro, Lucy Liu, Hideo Nomo, Chow Yun-Fat, Rick Yune, Jason Scott Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Russell Wong. You want well-written articles on Asian American identity, beauty and makeup, sociology and psychology, parenting and relationships. You want intelligent discussions on current Asian American issues.
But your searches turn up porn sites by the thousands or those ubiquitous forums overrun by obscene graffitti.
Don't despair! A few sites do offer quality content for Asian Americans. From the best of these I have compiled lists of articles on topics like Asian beauty and makeup, success stories, personalities, career advice, identity, parenting, sociology and demographics and relationships.
If you find my lists helpful, bookmark it NOW and pass along this URL to your Asian American friends! That's the best way to help other Asian Americans avoid all those porn and hate sites. I will keep updating as I find time. Thanks and happy reading! Kelly Han
What Yao Means to Asian Men

Why Yao Ming represents the apex of the evolutionary scale of Asian men in American sports.

66. Asian American: An Analysis Of Negative Stereotypical Characters In Popular Medi
Asian American An Analysis of Negative Stereotypical Characters in Popular media;Farah Mahdzan and Norlinda Ziegler's Final Project for Sociology 201 at Ohio
Paper Outline The Typical Asian American Male The Typical Asian American Female
Gender, race and class stereotypes of Asian Americans in the media, especially those depicted in popular movies, give the impression of what Asian Americans are really like to other Americans as well as to Asian Americans themselves. From the exaggerated depictions of exotic, sex-hungry Asian women to the gangster-involved, sexually abusive characteristics of Asian men, movie producers perpetuate the gender, race and class inequalities of Asian Americans by allowing these demonizing Asian characteristics to appear over and over in their box office movies. Examples of such characters appear in popular Asian-American movies such as The Year of the Dragon (1985), The Joy Luck Club (1993), Lethal Weapon 4 (1998), and Return to Paradise (1998). Because Asian Americans only make 3% of the American population (according the 1990 US Census) and live mostly on the west and east coasts of mainland United States and Hawaii, the rest of the American population will most likely get their exposures to Asian Americans through television and movies. Popular media exposure to Asian Americans lacks "in the flesh" acquaintance with Asian Americans; it hinders the process that could help Americans from other racial backgrounds realize that the stereotypical characters in Hollywood movie productions are unjust and biased. Furthermore, these popular movies do not reflect the true individuality of the typical Asian American living in America.

Oct. 8, 2002
An educational luncheon for Asian American women sponsored by the Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness, Research and Training (AANCART) and UC Davis Cancer Center. WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 10
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Camellia Cottage lawn
Across parking lot 3 from UC Davis Cancer Center, 4501 X Street, Sacramento
(Parking in lot 3 is free for vehicles displaying press credentials on left dashboard.) WHY: Cancer has been the number one killer of Asian American women since 1980, yet Asian American women continue to have the lowest breast cancer screening rates of any ethnic group. Adding to the problem, health-care professionals sometimes minimize the cancer risks of Asian American women. WHO: Helen Chew, director of the breast cancer program at UC Davis Cancer Center, will talk about cancer risks and recommendations for Asian American women. Susan Shinagawa, AANCART community director, will discuss her experience with breast cancer, startingwith the doctor who refused to biopsy her breast lump because "Asian women don't get breast cancer." Copies of all news releases from UC Davis Health System are available on the Web at

68. NDEP . Control Your Diabetes For Life Campaign . Asian American And Pacific Isla
NDEP Home Conduct Awareness Campaigns and Programs Control Your DiabetesFor Life Campaign Asian American and Pacific Islander media Kit.

Conduct Awareness Campaigns and Programs Control Your Diabetes For Life Campaign : Asian American and Pacific Islander Media Kit
Asian American and Pacific Islander
Media Kit (NDEP-28)
Please duplicate and distribute as many copies of these materials as desired. (Free Adobe Acrobat Reader needed to view pdf files.)

69. US Asians / Asian American News: EWP Working To Increase Diversity In Television
newlyformed Asian American Coalition for Total Inclusion On the Networks (AACTION),that have joined to form the ad hoc Asian Pacific American media Coalition
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var test=0; document.write("<");document.write("! "); document.write(" ");document.write(">"); EWP WORKING TO INCREASE DIVERSITY IN TELEVISION By Daniel M. Mayeda Vice President and Legal Counsel, East West Players TURN ON THE TELEVISION on any given night and you can count on one hand the number of Asian faces you'll see. This year, the absence of people of color on TV is especially glaring as not a single non-white leading color or theme could be found on any of the twenty-six new television series premiering on the four major networks. East West Players It's Story - Part 1 East West Players (EWP) , the nation's first and foremost Asian Pacific American Theatre, was founded in 1965 by nine individuals w/ the unprecedented idea of creating a home dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American work and talent not available under Hollywood's limited opportunities for Asian Americans.

70. - Asian Pacific American Politics - Media & Entertainment
News media Entertainment Shortage of Asian American Male Broadcast JournalistsDeclared by AAJA By RPG Newswire, Aug 8, 2002 According to a recently
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Economy ... Connie Chung Tonight Dropped by CNN By RPG Newswire, Mar 27, 2003 Veteran anchor Connie Chung has decided to leave CNN after the network dropped her prime-time show. Commentary: Missed Opportunity on Blue Crush By Jeff Park, Sep 8, 2002 Blue Crush opened in August and made money. That should come as no surprise. What also comes as no surprise is that the movie is a surfing movie that is based in Hawaii, has a female blonde, blue-eyed lead, her love interest is a white quarterback, and the villains are island boys, here a hodge podge of “other” ethnicities - just not white. And of course the white star is a leading exponent of surfing as far as this movie goes. Shortage of Asian American Male Broadcast Journalists Declared by AAJA By RPG Newswire, Aug 8, 2002

71. Asian American Artist Directory
the world wide web, and The OnLine Directory of Asian American Artists was A Abad,Pacita (painter) Acebo Davis, Terry (mixed media artist) Alexander, Meena
There are few resources devoted to Asian Pacific American arts and artists on the world wide web, and "The On-Line Directory of Asian American Artists" was created to address this need. The entries linked below were created by students in my 1998-2002 Asian Pacific American Arts and Cultures courses at San Francisco State University, Stanford University and Arizona State University . All entries included here belong to the individual student authors; please do not plagiarize their work. Updated: 14 january 2003 To Dr. de Jesus' homepage
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Abad, Pacita (painter)

Acebo Davis, Terry (mixed media artist)

Alexander, Meena (poet/novelist)
Asawa, Ruth (sculptor)
Bacho, Peter (author)

Basco, Dion (actor)

Bonus, Don aka Sokly Ny (filmmaker)

Bulosan, Carlos (author)
Byun, Harold (actor)
C Carrere, Tia (actress) Chan, Jackie (actor) Chan, Sucheng (author) Chen, Joan (director, actress) ... "Crafted Illmatic Asiatics (CIA)" (hip hop group) D Desuasido, Ritche (hip hop artist) Divakaruni, Chitra (author) Dong, Arthur (filmmaker) E F Fong, Julie (film producer)

72. APA FALL 1999 Course List
through forms of media tha they have created. Instructors Michelle Materre andHye Jung Park. syllabus not available. back. Asian and Asian American Art.
ASIAN/PACIFIC/AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM SPRING 1999 Course Listing Introduction to A/P/A Experience This interdisciplinary course provides a general introduction to the themes of Asian/Pacific/American Studies through readings and class discussions, guest speakers and visits to community organizations, and film/vidoe screenings. Instructor: Darrell Hamamoto
syllabus not available back Filming Asian America: Documenting Community This course, focusing on the histories of Asian American communities in New York, will endeavor to present filmmaking as a mode of community documentation and filmmakers as historians. Instructors: Sudipto Chatterjee syllabus not available back A/P/A Community Studies This course will investigate through class discussions and fieldwork definitions of Asian American communities based not just on ethnicity and geography, but also gender, class, sexual orientation, religion, and other significant affiliations and identifications. Instructors: Angel Shaw and John Kuo Wei Tchen syllabus not available back A/P/A Media and Culture This course will examine how we as Asian Pacific American cultural producers imagine ourselves, particularly in relation to A/P/A experiencecs such as: migration, assimilation, displacement, generational and class differences, multiculturalism and racism within our respective communities as well as across communities.

73. Asian American Net: Asian Organizations
Asian media Access. A nonprofit organization dedicated to using media artsas a tool for social betterment and serving Asian American media needs.
Home Asia in General Central Asia East Asia ... Who's Who of Asian Americans [The following Asian American organizations are listed under specific nationality/country pages] Arab Organizations Bangladeshi Organization Chinese Organizations Filipino Organizations ...
  • ACCESS: Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services . A human services organization, provides a wide range of social, mental health, educational, artistic, employment, legal and medical services. APEX: Asian Professional Exchange . To serve young Asian American professionals who can explore new career paths, meet peers and leaders. Arizona Asian American Association . To provide an open forum for all Asians where they can express and share their concerns, problems and achievements. Asia Hands . Founded in 1997, Asia Hands is a non profit social networking group for professionals of all ages and nationality who have previously lived and worked in the Asia region. Asia Source . An online resource developed by the Asia Society to meet the need for timely, reliable, unbiased information and assistance regarding the cultural, economic, social, historical, and political dimensions of Asia. Asian Wind . Bridging East and West in Business Technology and Culture. Asian American Arts Alliance , New York: A non-profit service organization dedicated to increasing the support, recognition and appreciation of Asian American arts.

74. Asian American Net : U.S. Newspapers & Media
Home Announcements Asian American Organizations Central Asia East Asia/FarEast South Asia Southeast Asia Middle East/West Asia Advertise with us
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75. AA Press Release
Asian America Takes on the New York Times Largest Asian American media property,, experiences surge in readership and advertising impressions
Asian America Takes on the New York Times
Largest Asian American media property,, experiences surge in
readership and advertising impressions comparable to mainstream websites
New York, NY, October 5, 2000 - today announced that it has surpassed the one- million registered member mark and has closed new advertising deals with Hewlett-Packard,, and Miramax. These milestones mark as the premier media property of the second-fastest growing population in the United States.
"The Asian American community has made tremendous strides this past year and I'm proud that has been there every step of the way," said Benjamin Sun, president and CEO of Community Connect Inc. "We're happy that we've been able to concentrate the power of the Asian American community to capture the attention of mainstream advertisers and media."
Asian American Media Compares Successfully With Traditional Media Giants The US Census projects another significant increase in the Asian American population, rising from 9.5 million in 1995 to 11.1 million today. Forrester Research estimates that 68% of this population is online. The result has been a dramatic rise in pageviews for, placing it amongst some of the largest media properties on the Web.
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76. Daryl Chin
Asian American media in the Last Decade. A Lectureby Mr. Daryl Chin. October 11, 2002.
Home Up Asian American Media in the Last Decade A Lecture by Mr. Daryl Chin October 11, 2002 Previous Lecture Synopses List Next Lecture [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. How do movies shape society? Roddy Bogowa’s black and white "A Small Room In The Big House" filmed with a Super 8 camera, deals with this issue of media consciousness by following the life of a little boy, who has been raised in a projection room of a movie theater where his father works. With his life intimately tied to movies, the little boy’s reactions toward being filmed, such as sticking the microphone in his mouth to mute all sound, is indicative of his self consciousness of the media saturated society around him. The stark black and white images are evocative of a time when personal films reigned supreme in the works of the film-makers. They brought the audience back to a period of pure innocence and joy in the appreciation of the film medium. In 1987, the number of films being screened at the Asian American International Film Festival was few in numbers, not because Asian Americans weren’t making any films, but because they weren’t part of the traditional Asian American film schools. Over the next two to three years, the number of filmmakers and video artists increased. In 1992, at the 15

77. Abbott Wool's Market Segmentation Resource Locator
Local market datasource 58 markets or combined total Product usage and media databy race and Hispanic Origin; Yankelovich Asian American Monitor. Syndicated

Abbott Wool's Market Segment Resources . . .
Advertising Agencies Research Suppliers Marketing Consultants ... Government / Academic The 2000 U.S. Census reported 10.6 million Americans of
Asian and Pacific Islander origin in the U.S., or 4% of the population. By 2100, the Census projects an Asian / Pacific Islander population of
75.235 million, 13% of the total U.S.
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78. Asian/Pacific American Pathway
Asian and Asian American Women media and Agency In this web site, they areanalyzing the representation of Asian American women in the media today.
Issues of Identity and Image for Asian/Pacific American Students
The perception of Asian/Pacific American students as the "model minority" can be detrimental because it polarizes them into two distinct groups: those students who fit into the model minority stereotype and those students who do not fit into the model minority stereotype. Oftentimes, Asian/Pacific American students are marginalized in the school systems when they do not fit into the model minority stereotype. Furthermore, the model minority stereotype does not hold validity today because of the rapid transformation of the Asian/Pacific American identity.The term "Asian/Pacific American" has multiple meanings now because it does not just include the identity of one group of people. The following sites evaluate the model minority stereotype; analyze the diverse identities of Asian/Pacific American students; and critique stereotypical images of Asians in the American media and literature.
The Identity of Asian/Pacific American Students
The History of the Model Minority
The change towards a more positive image of Asian/Pacific Americans is discussed in this article which chronicles the evolution of the Asian/Pacific American identity throughout the 1900's.

79. Buscando California - Chicano Latino Asian American Arts
http// Celebrates the mixed race Asian Americanexperience. media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA), Burbank, CA

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Asian American Journalists Association.
"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."
Asian Week, San Francisco, CA (national newsweekly). (link not working )
"As the only English-language, pan-ethnic national newsweekly, Asian Week helps to set the agenda for Asian America." The source for Urban Filipino Cool. (link not working)
IIstix, Mt. Eden, CA (entertainment).
Bamboo Girl, New York, NY.
"To challenge the issues of racism/sexism/homophobia from the point of view of smart, loud, non-traditional girls of color, especially from that of the feminist Pinay (Filipina)-mutt perspective."
Center for Educational Telecommunications.

80. IPA Member Newsstand
Activism and Organizing African American Alternative media Alternative VisionsAnimals and Nature Arts and Culture Asian / Asian American Business and
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