Video Category

flashmob
Thursday 21 July, 2011

Dragonfest 2011

OCA is a proud video production sponsor of the International Examiner. Every summer a street fair and festival takes place in Chinatown International District as a way for visitor and the community to celebrate and promote the economic growth of the ID together. This year’s theme is Dragonfest, though there might have been some debates […]


mayor McGinn
Thursday 21 July, 2011

Representing OCA-Greater Seattle at Mayor’s Forum

Organized by Asian Counseling Referral Service (ACRS), the API Mayor’s Forum allows people of the community to engage in dialogue with Seattle’s mayor, Mike McGinn, joined by other officials. Among many community requests to Mayor MicGinn, OCA-Greater Seattle board member Doug Chin had requested the mayor to issue a resolution to recognize the early Chinese […]


Milwaukee Snap
Tuesday 19 July, 2011

Behind the Brick Walls of Milwaukee Hotel

Featured in the International Examiner: Community, Volume 38 No. 13   After moving into the heart of Seattle’s Chinatown International District, IE videographer Pei Chou goes on a journey to uncover the past of her apartment, Hotel Milwaukee. Through her eyes, she saw the importance of preserving and passing on such history of our local community.


Jasmin's notes
Tuesday 28 June, 2011

OCA Youth Legacy Project : Journey of Jasmin Eng

OCA’s very first “Legacy to Leadership Documentary” production. Jasmin takes us onto her journey to discover her role and part in the APIA community. See where she’s gone and where she’s going next! Featured in the International Examiner Volume 30 No.10 Hello! My name is Jasmin Eng and I’m a University of Washington student and […]


erhu
Tuesday 28 June, 2011

Exclusive Interview with Pike Place Street Performer Freddie Ji

If you’ve been to Pike Place Market, you’ve probably seen him. He’s always playing that graceful, slightly sad Chinese instrument called Er-hu. The IE captured what Freddie was like when he’s not playing, check out his story. Featured in the International Examiner: Arts, Features, Volume 38 No. 10