What to do when you’re not studying, calculating your taxes on an abacus, or practicing piano:
ID Film Fest, a festival specializing in Asian and Asian American work that has not yet shown in L.A., runs from October 8 to October 10 at Japanese American National Museum. [Margin Films]
A new campaign aims to educate Asians and Pacific Islanders on problem of the chronic hepatitis B in those communities, urging people to get tested for the virus that causes it. [Hepatitis B Foundation]
ASPIRE (Asian Sisters Participating in Reaching Excellence, Inc.) holds its sixth annual Asian American Women in Leadership Conference on October 10, 2010. This year’s theme is “Discovering the Leader Within.” [ASPIRE]
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