David Henry Hwang's musical, about the coercive ways that China and America spread their cultural influence, is playing at the Ahmanson Theatre through Sunday.
‘Soul Mining’ explores the shared history of the border between the Chinese and Latin American communities
"Soul Mining" is showing at ELAC's Vincent Price Art Museum until July 14.
Your complete guide to this year's Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, which runs through May 12.
"Kuleana," which premieres at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Saturday, is a rare film where a native Hawaiian portrays a Hawaiian protagonist.
Alhambra Source joins San Gabriel Mission Playhouse and United Charity Foundation for Asian Pacific American Festival
The San Gabriel Mission Playhouse and the Pasadena-based United Charity Foundation host their inaugural Asian Pacific American Festival (APAFEST) from May 7th – 26th.
Alhambra High School students built the set for this new and exciting production of Annie under the direction of a professional set designer.
The Festival runs May 7th – 27th at the Mission Playhouse, and all events and activities are FREE! We’ll add more details as we have them, but here’s a little taste of what’s to come: Your Story on Stage! We…
On Feb. 27, 2018, Andrew and Peggy Cherng officially unveiled Rosemead’s newest landmark, a Robert Indiana LOVE Sculpture, installed atop an infinity reflection fountain at the entrance of the Panda Restaurant Group Support Center. As a gift to the community…
Oliver Mayer and Marlene Forte discuss adapting a 1934 Lorca play for contemporary Los Angeles, the play's treatment of infidelity and infertility and showing respect for those doing janitorial and security jobs.