Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) - The City University of New York (CUNY)

The Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) was established on November 19, 2001, by The City University of New York (CUNY) Board of Trustees, in a resolution introduced by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein. The Institute is a university-wide scholarly research and resource center that focuses on policies and issues that affect Asians and Asian Americans. It covers four areas: Asian American Studies; East Asian Studies; South Asian Studies; and Trade & Technology Studies.

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Asian American Women: From the Cold War to the Movement of the 60s


Mary Uyematsu Kao will present her black-and-white photographs from the Asian American Movement of the 1970s and talk about the Asian American Baby Boomer Generation of activist women.


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 2018-09-07  1h3m
 
 

Starting Your Own Business


This session will cover the ABCs of starting your own business: Should you be starting a new business in this economic climate? Are you entrepreneurial material? How much money do you need? How do you know your idea will work? Do you really need a business plan and whats in it? Why do businesses fail? What resources are there?


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 2018-09-07  1h13m
 
 

Train Man


Train Man


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 2018-09-07  2m
 
 

Books, Scholars, Tradition, and Society


The presentation will outline the patterns of interactions among these various factors as learning context and focus on the prominent scholars of the time to illustrate both the uniqueness and diversity.


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 2018-09-07  1h1m
 
 

From Screenplay to Novel


Mr. Chan will discuss some of the easy ways to form a storyline for beginners in screenplay writing. Lastly, Mr. Chan will address the differences between writing a screenplay and a novel.


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 2018-09-07  54m
 
 

Census 2010 Hard-To-Count Interactive Map and New York City's Asian Population


The Census 2010 Hard-To-Count Interactive Map provides a powerful, interactive mapping tool for community groups, local governments, the media, public officials, and others to help boost participation in the 2010 Census.


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 2018-09-07  1h8m
 
 

Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words


Director Yunah Hong tells the story of Anna May Wong, the first Chinese American movie star. Starting out in silent films when she was 17, Anna May Wong went on to make dozens of films in Hollywood, London and Berlin, co-starring with Marlene Dietrich, Anthony Quinn and Douglas Fairbanks.


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 2018-09-07  41m
 
 

Growing Up in Transnational Worlds: A Comparative Look at Chinese and Dominican Americans


Transnationalism refers to the phenomenon of immigrants maintaining connections to their country of origin, and employing a dual frame of reference to evaluate their experiences and outcomes in the country in which they have settled. How does transnationalism matter in the identities among the second generation, e.g., individuals who were born in the United States, or migrated by late childhood? In this presentation, Dr...


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 2018-09-07  1h20m
 
 

Leading New Yorkers: The Role of New Immigrants and the Charge of Elected Leaders


Leading New Yorkers: The Role of New Immigrants and the Charge of Elected Leaders


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 2018-09-07  1h27m
 
 

Mandarin 2 Lesson 11 Disc 1


This workshop focuses on teaching students how to speak and listen to conversations in Mandarin-Chinese, and how to read and write Chinese characters.


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 2018-09-07  1m