News and Events: Archives
|7/15/03||NEW HOMEPAGE: Jared Young. Check it out in the ABC Corner!|
|6/30/03||New Spotlight section: Interview with Stacey and Erick about West River!|
and Erick's page updated with information on
their upcoming show.
New page!!! Reunion at West River (Stacey and Erick's upcoming show).
New Spotlight section: Interview with Laura and Linda about Lioness Roars!
IN to your radio AM 1450 at 2:05
PM this Thursday,
June 26; and next Thursday, July 3. Grace Yim of the Tsing Tao
Radio Station interviewed Jing Liang, Linda Lee, Laura Ma, Stacey Fong,
and Erick Lee about their upcoming Red Bean performance!
If you miss it during the day, you can catch the webcast at the below website. Select AM 1450, 2:00-4:00 PM slot.
WARNING: Webcasts are only available the evening of the radio broadcast, and the next morning as well!!!
Red Bean Performance Newsletter, by Laura Ma, has been posted.
Lioness Roars Page is up!
NEW: Red Bean's Poster is posted!
Laura's page updated!
Peony Performing Arts has a new Chinese dance and Kungqu Opera class! Flyer posted below:
Peony Performing Arts
Dance & Kunqu Opera
Offering Chinese Dance Classes
For Beginners To Advanced Dancers
Adult Classes And Children’s Classes (7-14 Years Of Age)
Now – Space Is Limited
Series: New Series Begins Every 6 Weeks – Each Class Is 1 Hour
4000 Balboa Street (@ 41st Ave.) San Francisco, Ca
Six-Class Series (Six Weeks Of One Hour Classes)
$15 For Drop-In Class (Upon Availability)
Please Contact Xiaomu Hou
At (650) 359-7223 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Our Web Site at www.houarts.org
Teacher Xiaomu Hou was
one of thirteen young dancers selected to attend Beijing Dance Academy – the premiere dance institution in
China. After graduating
with Top Honors from the academy, she became the Principal
Dancer with the China
Oriental Song & Dance Ensemble, the most prestigious dance
performance group in China. Since
1991, her professional experience as a performing dancer span the
breadth of the traditional Chinese Classical and Folk dance repertoire,
and her teaching experience range from children and beginning adults to
professional dancers in ensemble and solo, in dance academies, schools,
television and film. Ms.
Hou has performed, taught and choreographed extensively in China, Hong
Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Macao, Japan and the United States.
In 2002, she and her sister Sabrina Shuang Hou, an
award-winning Kunqu Opera singer has began Peony Performing Arts
to promote Chinese artistry to a global audience.
|4/10/03||NEW: Report of Red Bean's full-length play rehearsal
on 3/30/03. Rehearsals for this exciting, upcoming event
take place every week. Click on Editorial
SOON TO COME: Flyer and Program description of Red Bean's annual full-length play, and feature skits!!!
|12/3/02||Tune in to the radio AM 1450 tomorrow (Thursday,
12/5/02) at 2:05 PM to hear all about Tammy Tam's upcoming December
Concert! Please visit the Press Releases
Page for more information.
If you miss the radio program tomorrow, you can retrieve the
archives by clicking on this link: http://av.sina.com/sfradio/
|10/23/02||Poster on Cantonese Opera Association Silicon Valley October show on on Press Releases Page.|
Press Releases on Tammy Tam's December Concert, Cantonese Opera Assoc-Silicon Valley, posted on Press Releases Page.
Review on Siu Hing Cantonese Opera Troupe Show at Great Star Theater posted on Editorials page.
ANNUAL FALL CONCERT - CANTONESE OPERA MUSIC & ARTISTS
presented by Cantonese Opera Assn-Silicon Valley
DATE: Oct. 27, Sunday
For immediate release
Contact: Kelly Lee, Development Manager
(415) 391-1188 x107
From Clay Street to Canal Street
Remembering New York Chinatown in the wake of September 11th
Date: September 11, 2002
Time: 10 am - 7pm
Location: 965 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
San Francisco, CA - On September 11th, 2002, the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum and Learning Center (CHSA) in San Francisco will join the Museum of Chinese in the Americas (MoCA) in New York, in remembering the lives of Chinese Americans lost in the tragedy of September 11, 2001, and its impact on the New York Chinatown community.
The Chinese Historical Society of America will open its Museum FREE to the public on September 11th, with extended viewing hours from 10 am through 7 pm. The CHSA Learning Center will also be open, where an all-day memorial to> New York Chinatown in the wake of September 11th, 2001, will be set up. A special scroll will be laid out where we will invite visitors to reflect, write comments, and share their feelings about the event. Families and students are especially encouraged to come.
CHSA will deliver the scroll to the Museum of Chinese in the Americas (MoCA) in New York as a token of partnership, sympathy, and support.
A special thanks to our media sponsor, AsianWeek, for its help in publicizing the event. This event is part of the City and County of San Francisco September 11th Tribute, and the American Association of Museums and Institute of Museum and Library Services, Museums Celebrate America's Freedoms: A Day of Remembrance.
|8/22/02||ABC Corner updated with pictures and Angelina's Homepage.|
|8/12/02||Chinese Pages for Emma
and Veronica posted!
Also see new event on Home Page.
|8/7/02||New Spotlight Feature: Interviews with Linda, Laura, Sifu Liang, and Stacey and Erick about Red Bean's 6th annual show!|
Spotlight Feature: An interview with Linda Lee!
ABC editorial published at USAsians.net! Click here to read more.
Spotlight Feature: An interview with Stacey
We have posted Chinese pages for Stacey, Erick, Laura, Lau Gum Ding, and Guong Shui.
Review: Canton Opera Troupe's 6/13/02 Performance, Lady Herng
New Spotlight Feature: An interview with Laura Ma!
|6/2/02|| A new editorial
has been posted.
More Pictures from SF CCC added to Editorials.
Pictures from SF CCC Spectacuar have been added to the Editorials.
Opera Costumes page has been added to About Cantonese Opera.
|5/13/02||Review of the Chinese Culture Center's Show, 5/12/02/, has been posted at the Editorial Section.|
|5/13/02||Ho Siu Bo's Personal Homepage is up!|
|5/13/02||ABC, NBC, and CBS Corners have been updated.|
7/27/02: Red Bean Cantonese Opera's 6-year anniversary show
The show starts at 6:45 PM at the Great Star Theatre in San Francisco.
General admission tickets are $100, $50, $30, $20 and $10. For advance ticket reservations, please contact Linda Lee at Red Bean at DON38LINDA@aol.com.
Sponsorship/Advertisement to the event program is available as follows:
Full Page - $300 (include 2 Honored Guest $100 Tickets or 4 Special Guest $50 Tickets)
Half Page - $150 (include 2 Special Guest $50 Tickets)
Quarter Page - $100 (include 2 Guest $30 tickets)
If you are interested in posting an advertisement or just adding a greeting on our program, please notify Red Bean by June 30th, 2002. Advertisement received before May 28, 2002 will also be mentioned in our colorful poster. Any donations to the Red Bean Cantonese Opera Club in support of this cultural event will be highly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your support.
Although Red Bean's Official Homepage is not up yet, you can check out the webpages on two of the skits: Lau Gum Ding, and Emperor Guong Shui Warms Jun Fei with Love.
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