New York’s Chinatown, located just ten blocks from Ground Zero, was the largest residential area affected by 9/11. Photos include Shell of the World Trade Center, walls of the missing at Gouverneur Healthcare Services in Chinatown, memorials in New York Chinatown’s Chatham Square, the FDNY Firehouse in Chinatown, portable phone banks provided by Verizon,
Thom Sesma is the keynote speaker for the Library of Congress celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) at the Mary Pickford Theater on May 17
Sponsored by the Library of Congress’ Asian Division, the display of 54 of my “In Rehearsal” photographs, drawn from the AAPI Collection’s Lia Chang Theater Portfolio, along with select working scripts from the Playwrights’ Archives including the plays of Rick Shiomi, Velina Hasu Houston, Christine Toy Johnson, Reme Grefalda, Jeanne Sakata, and Lani Montreal, is being held in conjunction with the Library of Congress celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), and are on view through May 31, 2012.
Mabuhay Inc. Culture School students discover a treasure trove of children’s books by Filipino authors in the Library of Congress’ Asian Division Reading Room
From August 30 through September 15, 2011, “Portraits of New York Chinatown after 9/11,” photographs drawn from the Lia Chang Portfolio in the Library of Congress’ Asian American Pacific Islander Collection, will be on view in the Library of Congress’ Asian Division Reading Room, located in Room L J 150 of the Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First Street S.E., Washington, D.C.