Thursday, June 27, 2013

FW: Tuesday Night Cafe is feeling Quirky on July 2nd!

Glad they’re still doing it.


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Next Tuesday Night Cafe:
July 2, 2013!

Tuesday Night Cafe
Aratani Courtyard at Union Center for the Arts
120 Judge John Aiso St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Parking available across the street from the courtyard at the Aiso Street Parking Lot. $3 flat rate after 5pm!

Is feeling Quirky on July 2nd!


Tuesday Night Project presents:

The 1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Cafe
The Quirky Show!

July 2, 2013


Please join us at one of the longest running free public arts series in downtown Los Angeles. Highlighting new work in visual and performance arts from the Los Angeles and Asian American artistic community in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.

Host: Kyle Mizono

Resident DJ: DJ Waxstyles

- Kyle Mizono
- Juts Music
- Kristina Wong
- Mary Rose Go
- Jason Oymun Fong
- Band Moto

Live Artist:
Tiger Souvannakoumane

Open Mic sign-ups and lottery at 7pm

Live broadcast begins at 7:30 PM at:

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If you are interested in volunteering at Tuesday Night Cafe this season as well, please fill out our volunteer form! 

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East West Players

One Night Only
Save the Date: August 17, 2013

Come celebrate Tim's 20th Anniversary as Producing Artistic Director of East West Players!

An indoor/outdoor event featuring the best musical talent from the best musicals that EWP has produced. In addition, a delectable menu of Asian fusion, great wine from the collections of our EWP wine aficionados, a hosted open bar (have you had a Tim Dang Banger yet?), and desserts to die for...and you have one heck of an evening.

For more information, visit

Visual Communications

Armed with a Camera
Accepting Submissions through August 2nd


In its twelfth season, the successful Armed With a Camera (AWC) Fellowship for Emerging Media Artists nurtures the next generation of Asian Pacific American media artists to capture their world, surroundings and outlook on life. Visual Communications works with the Fellows for seven months and provides special training, mentoring and networking opportunities, access to facilities and equipment, plus a cash and rental stipend to create four to five-minute digital shorts that premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and other venues nationwide.

For more information, visit

Sunday Jump

Sunday Jump
Summer Series:
Featuring Pratiti Mehta!

Sun, Jul 7
5:30-7:30 PM
Kapistahan Grill
1925 W. Temple St., Ste 103
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Sign-ups begin at 5:00 PM
Open mic starts at 5:30 PM
Lot and street parking available

There will be good music, good food, and good vibes! Please support the venue!

The mic will be open for poets, musicians, emcees, comedians, and every artist that would like to share and build a community with us!

Sunday Jump has only two community guidelines:
(1) Free speech, not hate speech
(2) Express, not impress.

Sunday Jump Facebook

Sessions LA

Sessions LA presents:
Freestyle Fridays

Fri, Jun 28
7 - 9 PM
SIPA | Search to Involve Pilipino Americans
3200 W. Temple St.
Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, 90026

Freestyle Fridays is a monthly fundraising event for Sessions LA, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Featuring Performances By:
* Made In Heights
* Sabzi
* 4 the King

Hosted By:
* Jay Black

* The Sessions LA DJs

* Open Mic & Open Turnatbles!

All Ages
$5-$20 Suggested Donation

Sessions LA Website

Saturday, June 22, 2013

If an American doesn’t know anything, he can always just call that Asian woman crazy

(From Huffington Post)

Elisa Lam Death Accidental: LA Coroner

The death of Elisa Lam, a 21-year-old B.C. woman whose body was found in a hotel water tank in Los Angeles in February, has been ruled accidental by the Los Angeles County Coroner.
Lieutenant Fred Corral told The Huffington Post B.C. that the cause of death was, "accidental due to drowning, other significant conditions: bipolar disorder."
Lam's body was found in one of four tanks that hold the water supply for the Cecil Hotel almost three weeks after she was reported missing. A worker, who was checking a complaint about low water pressure, discovered Lam's body.
The L.A. Police Department confirmed to The Huffington Post B.C. that Lam was positively identified by body markings.
Lam, who attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, was last seen on Jan. 31 at the hotel. L.A. police released surveillance video that showed Lam acting strangely in the hotel elevator.
Lam had been travelling alone but was in regular contact with her parents in Vancouver until she disappeared.
If an American doesn’t know anything, he can always just call that Chinese woman crazy and close the case (while she’s actually Canadian; he just doesn’t care).

LAPD is retarded.

Lesson of this story: do not expect your body to tell the truth of your death if unfortunately, it gets in the hands of LAPD, because they will just use it as an excuse to show they have something important to do, while in reality, they have done absolutely nothing. N-O-T-H-I-N-G!

I hate LAPD. This is coming from someone who sat in the jury of a murder case reading their “evidence” files for days. Sorry to tell, but LAPD is an incredibly corrupt government unit full of crooks, idiots, or a combination of both. If one day you get caught, you should absolutely not say anything to the police until your lawyer comes. The cops are awfully manipulative, even though they may appear as sympathetic. You don’t want to go to jail if you’re innocent, just to help these assholes get a better head count, a better portfolio for their annual salary increase.

Next time I’m on jury duty, I have no reservation to say this.

Friday, June 7, 2013

What good does it do to be smart? Two funded advanced degrees but...

I lost my child over a month ago, but I did not have time to react to it until now, because I had to do my stupid exam and whatever. I would have dropped everything if it wasn’t for my advisor: I had already done it once to him before; I can’t do it again. There’s some shit you can’t do twice to the same person, or you’ll be a complete jerk. This is how it is in the ivory tower: food stamp level poverty, no grievance upon your own child's death, complete insult by your superior for your ignorance about something you consider yourself an expert in..., I can go on.

I'm really wondering this is for real. It can't be this bad just to be a traditional intellectual, can it? Is it just a nightmare? Somebody please wake me!

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Lil biatch finally left me on Apr 30

Still cannot quite accept it. My child died.

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