Note: the title is spelled using Odo orthography. One story in Lee Tonouchi’s collection Da Word is written using Odo orthography. For more information contact the Sato Center for Pidgin, Creole, and Dialect Studies at UHM
Written, performed, and produced by students in Waianae HS Searider Productions class. Funded by the Hawaii Council for the Humanities.
A video project by Waianae HS Searider Productions and UHM Sato Center for Pidgin, Creole, & Dialect Studies.
Little Iron Men recounts the true story of a Japanese-American unit behind German lines during World War II. www.littleironmen.com
Kealoha Wong’s I am a hawaiian… poem @ NHEA Conference 2009, Student Forum.
de Young, Asian American Women Artists, Panel, Genny Lim, Poet.
Li-Young Lee reads from his collections of poems from The City in Which I Love You and Book of My Nights.
Kelly Tsai at HBO Def Poetry 4, performing ‘Little Read Books’
Alvin Lau from the individual finals of the National Poetry Slam 2006.
Asian Hip Hop legends Slanty Eyed Mama (comedian kate rigg and violinist Lyris Hung) perform RICE RICE BABY at the nuyorican poets cafe in NYC– representASIAN!