Shanghai Restoration Project & NeochaEDGE
Friday, March 9, 2012
8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Asia Society and Museum
725 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
Chinese-American pianist Dave Liang returns to the Asia Society with The Shanghai Restoration Project, a group renowned for its unique blend of Chinese instrumentation, hip-hop and electronica. The evening will also feature a multimedia presentation from Sean Leow of NeochaEDGE, a Shanghai-based creative agency, introducing the audience to the emerging Chinese creative community.
Interested going with a group from AABANY? Group discounts for more than 5 people are available for this event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Rio Guerrero asks: Is your workplace exempt from the H-1B visa cap?
The Human Resources Association of New York (HR/NY) has published partner Rio Guerrero in their March 2012 Newsletter, regarding the H-1B visa cap. Go here to read Rio’s blog on this subject, as well as the HR/NY newsletter.
The Charles B. Wang Center invites you to The Pinoyorkers, Tuesday, March 13 at 7PM.
This lively panel discussion gives voice to some of the most compelling and accomplished FIlipino-American experiences in New York arts and activism. Pinoyorkers features Jessica Hagedorn, Kenneth Bauzon, Angel Velasco Shaw, and selected representatives from the Bayanihan Kultural Kolektib of the Philippine Forum.
Pinoyorkers complements Wang Center’s exhibition Singgalot – The Ties that Bind: Filipinos in America from Colonial Subjects to Citizens, on view now through April 22, 2012.
For details, click here to view the flier, or here to visit the Wang Center website.