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West meets East

A new generation of filmmakers is redefining what it means to be Asian-American

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / October 18, 2004

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The idea came to Jennifer Fang in February while hearing Eric Byler, the Asian-American director of the 2002 film "Charlotte Sometimes," speak at a conference. He talked about how surprised people were to see Asian-Americans acting in his movie. It made Fang, an MIT senior, wonder why events didn't exist to bring the work of Asian-American directors and actors to ... (Full article: 1846 words)

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