Monthly Archives: June 2010

New York Asian Film Festival

This year the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) runs June 25 – July 8 and will be co-presented with The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Screenings will be held at the Walter Reade Theater with additional screenings July 1 … Continue reading

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Why I became an American

Real Simple magazine is running a feature story this upcoming July issue called “Why I became an American.” The story profiles six women who became U.S. citizens within the last year who “explain why they proudly adopted this country as … Continue reading

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World Cup Culture

The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC is running a special segment they call the Immigrant World Cup, “Throughout the World Cup, we’ll select random matchups and hear from immigrants of each country about why their community is NYC’s best in … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: First Person American at AIGA/NY

First Person American is invited to be a presenter at an upcoming AIGA/NY event titled, “MY DOG AND PONY: FRESH BLOOD!” on June 15, 2010. About the event from the AIGA/NY site: A whole new crop of younger-techier-faster-stronger grad students … Continue reading

Under: First Person American, News, NYC
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