CACA/CAM/CHSSC Webinar: “Y.C. Hong Film Screening and Panel Discussion”

Starts: April 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm
Ends: April 20, 2021 at 6:00 pm

Location:  Online (Zoom)
Admission:  Free

Screen the documentary film, “A Chinese American Giant: The Y.C. Hong Story” followed by an insightful panel discussion.

Film director Rick Quan joins the panel to discuss the significance of Y.C. Hong’s contribution to American society. Panelists include the son of Y.C. Hong, Nowland Hong, community historian, Eugene Moy, and curator of the Pacific Rim Collection at The Huntington Library, Li Wei Yang. Panelists will discuss Hong’s life and legacy as one of the first Chinese American lawyers in the U.S. whose advocacy helped unite thousands of Chinese families during the period of the Chinese Exclusion Act.

All registrants will receive a link to view the documentary a week before the event; the panel discussion will then occur on April 20 at 5 pm.

This program is presented by the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) in collaboration with the Chinese American Museum (CAM) of Los Angeles and the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California (CHSSC).

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