[API Events April 10-16]

April 9, 2006

Wednesday, April 12 – SF

The Chinese Historical Society of America presents Untold Stories of the 1906 Quake. Wednesday’s special event is a lecture with Erica Pan on the impact of the earthquake on the Chinatown community and the struggle to rebuild. (7pm, Chinese Historical Society of America, 965 Clay St., SF. 415.391.1188. www.chsa.org. Free).

Thursday, April 13 - SF

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At the most recent part of Eddy Zheng's deportation hearing Wednesday, March 22, the immigration judge heard strong testimony from four expert witnesses about the value of rehabilitated ex-offenders in the community. The judge scheduled a final hearing for Thursday April 13 at 1pm, where he will hear testimony about the conditions that Eddy might face in China if he were deported. (1pm, 630 Sansome, Courtroom 937, SF. www.eddyzheng.com. Email achaddha [at] gmail.com for more information).

Saturday, April 15 – SF


Cantonese Opera and the 1906 Earthquake,” a lecture by William Hu. Part of “Since the Quake: The rebirth of San Francisco’s Chinatown.” (10am, Chinese Historical Society of America, 965 Clay St., SF. 415.391.1188. www.chsa.org. Free).

Saturday, April 15 – Oakland


Intergenerational Discussion is Still Present Pasts' closing forum. Korean American War survivors from the San Francisco Bay Area and second generation Korean Americans dialogue about the legacies of the Korean War as a means of strengthening generational ties and Korean American voices for peace. (1-3pm, ProArts Gallery, 550 Second St., Oakland. www.stillpresentpasts.org, www.proartsgallery.org).

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Momo Chang

Senior Contributing Editor

Momo Chang is the Content Manager at the Center for Asian American Media, and freelances for magazines, online publications, and weeklies. Her writings focus on Asian American communities, communities of color, and youth culture. She is a former staff writer at the Oakland Tribune. Her stories range from uncovering working conditions in nail salons, to stories about “invisible minorities” like Tongan youth and Iu Mien farmers. She has freelances The New York Times, WIRED, and East Bay Express, among other publications.