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Get involved & explore! | March 23, 2010

Volunteer at or attend the Asian American Film Festival

To Volunteer click HERE

Check out what’s showing HERE.
Ask your AAS or ETHS professor if this is an extra credit opportunity!

LINK Spring Screening Tour: Inside North Korea
March 24th, 2010
Time: 5PM
Place: SFSU, Thorton Hall 327
Admission: FREE
Hosted by Lisa Ling, field correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and sister of Laura Ling – one of the two American Journalists recently detained in North Korea – the documentary looks at what life is like inside North Korea.
More information:
FUSION presents the 2nd annual showcase:

Date: Friday, March 26th, 2010
Time: Doors open 4:30pm, preshow: 5, show starts 6
Place: SFSU Jack Adams Hall

CockyAsians Comedy Tour comes to the San Francisco Punchline on March 30th. Starring Mark Zhang and Bradley Lum, hosted by Edwin Li. Special guests from all over California performing on this one night!

Tickets are half off on but hurry, they are 80% sold out!!!

Concerning Strange Devices from the Distant West

World premiere by Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Les Waters
“A sexy puzzle of a story in which the intricate pieces fit together like erotic glimpses of an enigmatic tattoo.”
Location: Berkeley Repertory Theatre
Addison @ Shattuck 1/2 from BART
Dates: Now – April 11 (Tuesday – Sunday evenings, Sunday 2pm, Thursday or Sat 2pm)
More information:
*Free talks or tastings before most evening shows
PACE presents Talentado 6 Fashion Show
Date: Friday, April 9, 2010
Time: Doors Open 6, Show starts 7
Place: SFSU Jack Adams Hall
Admission: $10 Will call/presale [] $12 at Door
More info: or 4153381918
Performers: Kiwi, Miss Caroline xoxo & Lex, Timeless, Benedict Paz & Beatrice Tesorero, FJD, Charizma
Fashion Vendors: Giancarlo Collection, Cukui, The Colorainbow, Liva Mira, Jeepney, Know Your Roots, Wear and Tear

Lao New Year Festival
Date: Saturday, April 10th, 2010
Time: 10AM-5PM
Place: SF City Hall’s Civic Center Plaza
Admission: Free & open to public!
More information:
Day of cultural activities, performances by Laotian, Cambodian, Thai, Burmese, Chinese & Vietnamese.
Lao Kato Tournament
Green papaya salad tournament
Kid friendly activities
Ethnic Fashion show
Benefit Concert
KSA is hosting the Korean Culture Night on April 12th at Jack Adams Hall! We will be presenting traditional to modern day performances, such as traditional Korean drumming from EGO, TaeKwonDo from the SFSU TKD, and more. We hope you can make it!

Doors open at: 5:30PM
Show starts at 6! 🙂
Presale: $7 & The Special: $5 each for group of 2 or more
At door: $10

The Special doesn’t apply at door, only during presales.

To get a hold of the presale tickets, please visit the KSA office located in Cesar Chavez Student Center @ M-100D.

The Oak Park Story…
Narrates the struggles of an unlikely group of Asian Americans, Latinos and whites in a rundown apartment complex in East Oakland. Surprisingly, they join forces to win a landmark housing settlement, but the settlement has its own unsettling results.
by Valerie Soe and Russell Jeung
Length 22 min
Date: April 16, 2010


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