Who Is Arthur Chu? This Documentary Tells his Story

Who Is Arthur Chu? is a documentary feature executive produced by 3-time Academy Award winner Mark Jonathan Harris, about the controversial Jeopardy! champion and Taiwanese American internet celebrity. The film follows Arthur from his hometown of Cleveland to Los Angeles (where he competes in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions) and then finally to Taiwan. The film examines Asian American stereotypes, the relevance and impact of TV game shows on society, the changing nature of the American dream…

KANO Screenings in USA

KANO is a 2014 Taiwanese baseball film directed by Umin Boya and co-produced by Wei Te-Sheng (director of Cape No.7, the second highest grossing film in Taiwanese history, and the epic Warriors of the Rainbow). KANO is crowd-pleasing inspirational film, which has won the Audience Award at the 2014 Osaka Asian Film Festival, and the Audience Award at the 2014 Taipei Film Festival. It was an Official Selection at the 2014 New York Asian Film Festival and is a Best Picture Nominee for the 2014 Golden…

Kano Screening in Seattle, WA

Join Taiwanese American Professionals - Seattle (TAP-Seattle) as we go to KANO's movie premiere in Seattle! TAP is joining the premiere of the Taiwanese blockbuster film Kano in Seattle! This is a very special screening as the producers, Wei Te-Sheng & Jimmy Huang, will be at the premiere. The main organizer that made this event happen is the iTaiwan organization in the University of Washington,www.itaiwanuw.com. Tickets will sell out quickly, so purchase them online go reserve your seat! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kano-screen-talk-in-seattle-tickets-13302964525 Kano…

A C-SPAN Video: “Taiwan: The Threatened Democracy”

This C-SPAN video is 3 yrs old, but explains so well the history & absurdity of Taiwan-US-China relations. If you don't get it, watch this. We never thought we'd be promoting a C-SPAN video like this... but it's good recap through history and policy regarding Taiwan, and there is some interesting commentary about it all. Click here to watch: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/id/176847 The talk itself is about 25 minutes long, but there is plenty of good Q&A afterwards. Bruce Herschensohn…