Join us for a special No Thanks holiday episode.
We’ll hear segments from the award-winning documentary, Crossing East. What did the early Asians who traveled east, across the Pacific, find when they arrived at this land we now call America? (See more below)
We also chop it up with Jerome Reyes, project director for Until Today: Specters for the International Hotel, a complex art exhibition currently taking place at the International Hotel Manilatown Center and receiving critical praise from Art in America, Art Practical, and KQED Arts.
The exhibition closes on December 4 with a staged reading of Karen Tei Yamashita’s National Book Award nominated novel, I-Hotel, on Saturday, December 3 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, December 4 at 4:30 p.m.
Crossing East was produced by Dmae Roberts and MediaRites with major funding by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional funding from Washington Humanities & the Paul Allen Foundation.
Bering Strait and Kanaka Village was produced Sara Caswell Kolbet. Kanaka Village was produced by by Ruby de Luna. The editor was Catherine Stifter. The Engineer was Clark Salisbury. The actors were Andres Alcala in Manilamen and George Takei in Bering Strait. Music for this program was provided by Angelo Pizarro from his Serendipity CD and Shasta Taiko from their Spirit Drum CD.
To purchase the complete eight-hour series of Crossing East on CD or downloads visit to CrossingEast.org.