APEX Express

APEX Express – February 5, 2004

Young Asian American activists talk about their trip to India that brought thousands together to share ideas and organizing efforts at the World Social Forum. And, celebrating 100 years in the US: Korean American award-winning filmmaker Deann Borshay talks about an exhibit at the Oakland Museum that looks at Korean immigration in America. Members of … Continued


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APEX Express – January 22, 2004

Poetry in the Kitchen: mixing recipes and creativity. Asian Pacific Islander youth poets read their works created in the kitchen and director Penina Taesali talks about this unique program that’s part of Asian and Pacific Islander Youth for Advocacy and Leadership. And, as Lunar New Year is celebrated, more attention is paid to Chinese communities … Continued


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APEX Express – January 15, 2004

Declining or dynamic? The Japanese American community is the focus of Academy-award winning filmmaker Steven Okazaki’s new film. Apex talks with Okazaki about "Nikkei Style" that shows at the Oakland Museum this Sunday. Also, Outsourcing, Immigration, and Elections. Learn about complex relationships being forged between the US, China, and India; the jobs, the forces of … Continued


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APEX Express – January 1, 2004

Members of CJWP, an intergenerational alliance of people of Taiwanese, Chinese and Hong Kong heritage, working together in the Bay Area for peace and social justice, talk about their organizing and their upcoming trip to India for the World Social Forum. Also, Weyland Southon talks with Jessica Hagedorn, author of Dream Jungle.