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Kick off the Lunar New Year with “Amy Wu and the Patchwork Dragon”

Amy’s back with a legendary show-and-tell – just in time for Lunar New Year! Amy and her friends learn about dragons in school and the teacher tells each student to make their own. While...

Young Adult novel “Sisters of the Snake” will slither straight into your heart

Be warned: the snakes of Abai are not the cute and cuddly “sneks” you’ve seen in memes. Sisters of the Snake is a YA novel that combines fantasy, romance and political intrigue into a single...

The film “Summer Lights” illuminates the ghosts of Hiroshima’s past

Like a shimmering sparkler in the darkness, the film Summer Lights illuminates the ghosts of Hiroshima’s past, while reminding us of the hopeful, effervescent resilience of humankind. We’re introduced to Akihiro by way of his profession –...

“The Taste of Pho” is an intimate and touching portrayal of a father and...

You’ll appreciate The Taste of Pho’s warm, touching moments as you brave the harsh winter of Warsaw with Long and his precocious daughter, Maja. This is not your ordinary daddy-daughter duo. We see Long lovingly ironing...