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SF - 1990 Institute's 2016 "Youth Voices on China" CAAMFEST Video Finalist Screenings

Suzanne Kai

San Francisco


The awarded $30,000 in prizes to winners of its
Videograms to the White House contest and the best cultural exchange
ideas for US & China youth.


The event, as part of 2016 CAAMFEST was a big success - go to for future dates and events!



On March 19, 2016 student finalists, teachers and special guests gathered for a screening and awards ceremony as part of the events of the Center for Asian American Media's CAAMFEST 2016.


Sat March 19 |  Youth Voices on China
Awards Bash + CAAMFest Screening


  • 2:30pm  CAAMFest Premier Screening + Awards

Join our YVOC Awards Bash & Screening 
with Joan Chen, our student finalists,
teachers, special guests.  It'll be a fun afternoon with a great 
CAAMFest premiere in Japantown's New People Theater,
followed by delectable Hawaiian food!  

Come meet some of our judges (who had tough judging criteria),
including Alibaba's Annie Xu, Tonia Hsieh, Stephanie Yang,
George Lucas Educational Foundation's Milton Chen,
New York Times' Katie Brenner, plus Assemblymember David Chiu's staff!

Plus a special panel:



Don't miss our reception's special 30-minute  "Power of Video and Social Media Panel:" featuring  experts who will discuss their video and social media strategy work for the White House, the Olympics, Tencent, and Jeremy Lin, and their US-China careers:

 Edward Lee
Jan Lin 
Patricia Sun
Jeremy Lin's Business Manager.
This engaging, interactive session is mainly geared to our student audience, who will also come away with video-making and social media tips...and how to win Youth Voices next year!

Get your YVOC Awards Bash Tickets Today!  

The 1990 Institute is a nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit that was founded in 1990 by a group of prominent San Francisco Bay Area business, academic and community leaders. Our mission is to broaden understanding and build trust between the people of the United States and China through education, philanthropy and collaboration.  

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