The Taoism-inspired artwork of artist Jon Tsoi, currently on display at WhiteBox, involves slashed canvases, tangled ropes and splashed paint, all created while blindfolded, reports Sing Tao Daily.
This edition of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” features segments on the continuing impacts of Hurricane Sandy, on the environment and the lives of survivors, and the bilingual children’s book “Sofi and the Magic, Musical Mural,” set in the South Bronx.
SinoVision attends a rehearsal of “Changing the Stats: Asian Americans on Broadway,” a production in which Asian-American actors perform dream roles not traditionally cast with performers of Asian descent.
“Song of Lahore” tells the story of Pakistani musicians trying to preserve their musical heritage by playing jazz, and their eventual performance in NYC.
Novelist Naomi Jackson talks about the interplay of influences of the Caribbean and Brooklyn in her writing and in her life, in an interview with Ditmas Park Corner.
Dance, music and a traditional Haitian procession came to the Brooklyn neighborhood Nov. 1.
Hundreds took part in festivities marking the 55th anniversary of Nigeria’s independence held in midtown Manhattan.
The Nepali festival of Dashain was marked at a celebration sponsored by the advocacy group Adhikaar in Queens.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang visited PS 13 in Brooklyn, Sing Tao daily reports, as part of his foundation’s mission to educate and inspire a new generation of music lovers and performers.
The drama “The Fall of Kings” explores issues of racism, class and colorism in a Black family in the 1940s.
An exhibit of recent works by Japanese artists, inspired by traditional kōgei crafts, is on display at the Museum of Arts and Design.
Various celebrations of the Hindu festival Navratri were held in the New York metropolitan area, News India Times reports.
A festival brought the residents of Little Italy and Chinatown together.
Indians and non-Indians alike flocked to the Indian Fashion Fest, recently held in New Jersey and in Queens, to select from among hundreds of saris, lehengas and other items for sale.
“South of Gold Mountain” tells the little-known story of Chinese immigrants in the south through dance, reports Our Town Downtown. NYC’s Chen Dance Center performs the work this weekend.