Kiss and Make Up: From Choreography to Video
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Kiss and Make Up: From Choreography to Video

As an amateur dancer from Los Angeles, I take hip hop classes everywhere I travel.…

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In My Waterlogged Shoes: Almost a Tale of Survival in Saigon
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In My Waterlogged Shoes: Almost a Tale of Survival in Saigon

Not only have I danced in five countries (America, Canada, Thailand, Hong Kong and Vietnam)…

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“The Anniversary” by Art Chudabala
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“The Anniversary” by Art Chudabala

CHOPSO interviews the director Art Chudabala on his short The Anniversary now streaming on CHOPSO.  C:…

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Digital Marketing Intern (Non-Paid)
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Digital Marketing Intern (Non-Paid)

Minimum 12 hours per week & 3 month commitment Remote – Los Angeles, CA Are…

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Aviatrix: The Baddest Asian American Woman Ever
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Aviatrix: The Baddest Asian American Woman Ever

CHOPSO interviews the director Ed Moy on his feature Aviatrix now streaming on CHOPSO. C: What…

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Remembering Elizabeth Sung, Hollywood’s Asian Mom
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Remembering Elizabeth Sung, Hollywood’s Asian Mom

Late Wednesday night, May 23, 2018, I received a message from my friend Tamlyn Tomita…

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Asian Pacific Heritage Month: 9066 to 9/11
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Asian Pacific Heritage Month: 9066 to 9/11

Dear friends, May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month here in the United States. It’s a…

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Interview with the Filmmaker behind “Tag”
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Interview with the Filmmaker behind “Tag”

CHOPSO interviews Patrick Green, one of the filmmakers behind the new short film, Tag, which is…

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AfroLife.TV
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AfroLife.TV

The digital streaming world is like the Wild West—with new companies popping up every day.…

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Barbara Lee’s “Sing My Song” is Hatchfund and CHOPSO’s Partnership First Success
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Barbara Lee’s “Sing My Song” is Hatchfund and CHOPSO’s Partnership First Success

Canadian filmmaker Barbara Lee successfully raised funds for her documentary “Sing My Song,” marking the…

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