September 20, 2014
Are Asian Americans seeking careers in entertainment fleeing Hollywood for Asia?
Andrew Lam wrote early this year about the "Bamboo Ceiling" in Hollywood.
For decades, Asian Americans have faced an uphill battle to secure major starring roles in feature films and television.
Non-profit CAPEUSA.org (Coalition for Asian Pacifics in Entertainment) in Hollywood has carried the flag for 23 years to train, connect and open opportunities for Asian Americans into the film industry.
This year CAPE has decided to eliminate all membership fees, and has opened its programs, services, and events to anyone seeking to make a meaningful impact in support of the AAPI community. So if you want to see more improvement for Asian Americans in Entertainment and Media in Hollywood - get involved, donate and be part of the solution. http://capeusa.org/cape-programs/
In Memoriam: Roger Ebert 1942-2013 American Journalist, Film critic and Asian American Cinema Champion by Suzanne Joe Kai http://www.asianconnections.com/2013/04/04/roger-ebert;3599 April 3, 2013
Annenberg Media Center: Yellow In A White Industry: Asians In American Film http://www.neontommy.com/news/2014/09/struggles-asian-representation-american-film September 18, 2014
Why It Matters When Asian Women Leave TV Shows http://www.vanityfair.com/vf-hollywood/asian-women-leaving-tv by Joanna Robinson for Vanity Fair Magazine May 15, 2014
The "Bamboo Ceiling": Hollywood Shuns Asians, While New Media Embraces Them by Andrew Lam for New America Media Jan. 26, 2014
Star Types and Stereotypes Maggie Q and Lucy Liu: Asian-Americans as Leading Ladies by Mike Hale, New York Times, Nov. 23, 2013
Six Young Asian American Filmmakers Who Are Shattering America's Asian Film Bias by Dana Ter, Dec. 9, 2013