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PRESS: 3 Free Screenings in Chicago's Chinatown in 3 Days

by Ken Eng August 04, 2016

PRESS: 3 Free Screenings in Chicago's Chinatown in 3 Days

THANK YOU, IL-2nd District State Rep Elect Theresa Mah, Chinese-American Museum of Chicago - Raymond B. & Jean T Lee Center, Chinese American Service League, Chicago Chinatown Chamber of Commerce, Pui Tak Center, Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community- CBCAC, Four Season Travel, Chinatown Parking Corporation, Eng Association Chicago, Chinatown Hotel, Lao Sze Chuan Restaurant - Chinatown, SPECIAL THANKS to Mabel Moy, Pauline Wong, Bernarda Wong, Raymond Lee, & Kam Liu!!!

It was awesome to meet Mr. Consul General Hong Lei!

Here are some articles about our time in Chicago:

http://ny.stgloballink.com/chicago/2016/0801/340051.shtml

http://www.chicagowind.com/m/2016/0802/8433.html

http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MzI5ODEyMjUxOA==&mid=2649795512&idx=2&sn=49be750d4bc0d9901e9f0143db46bbbd&scene=0#wechat_redirect

http://www.epochtimes.com/b5/16/8/5/n8173022.htm




Ken Eng
Ken Eng

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Kenneth Eng is a director, editor and executive producer. After graduating from Boston Latin School, Ken left for New York in 1994 to study film at the School of Visual Arts. His thesis Scratching Windows, a short documentary film about graffiti writers, was broadcast as part of the doc series REEL NY on WNET - NY PBS. In 2001, Ken directed and edited Take Me to The River a feature length documentary about the Maha Kumbh Mela festival in Allahabad, India. Kokoyakyu: High School Baseball, his film about the famous Koshien Tournament in Japan was nationally broadcast on PBS as part of POV and continues to play in Japan on NHK-TV. In 2007, Ken was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship to launch My Life In China. Recently, he edited Tested for director Curtis Chin, and is currently developing projects on post-genocide reconciliation in Rwanda and the rise of baseball in China.


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