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Fung Bros with Northwestern TASC and CSA
Join TAP-Chicago as we support Northwestern TASC and PAPhi as they present their annual Spring Speaker: the Fung Bros!
Andrew and David Fung are comedians who create YouTube video blogs and music videos. With over 800,000 subscribers and more than 80 million views, the Seattle-born duo are well-known for cracking jokes about young, Asian American identity.
The event will be on the Northwestern University Evanston campus in Fisk 217 on Friday, April 24th from 7 pm to 9 pm.
Admission is free and open to the public. Parking in most campus lots is also free!
The closest parking is the South Campus parking structure, across the street from Fisk. Following Sheridan Road north, there will be a fork in the road that directs toward the arts circle, i.e. the Segal Visitors Center. Taking that fork and driving just past the Segal, there will be two parking structures on the right. The Fisk building is across Campus Drive from the parking structures.
Austen Bhayani firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 262-5143
KANO Movie Viewing w/ Director+Producers Panel (Suburbs)
The blockbuster Taiwanese film KANO is coming to Chicago! The Chicago premiere will include a discussion with the director and producers of the film. Tickets are currently SOLD OUT, however, thanks to a generous donation by Russell Wu, TAP-Chicago has a limited quantity for TAP-Chicago members. All proceeds from ticket sales will support an Asian American arts charity.
Don’t miss this last chance to get tickets to see KANO!
ABOUT THE MOVIE:
Kano is a 2014 Taiwanese baseball film directed by Umin Boya and produced by WEI Te-Sheng and Jimmy Huang. It depicts how the multiracial Kano baseball team from southern Taiwan overcame great odds to represent the island in the 1931 Japanese High School Baseball Championship at Koshien Stadium, when Taiwan was still under Japanese rule. Performing beyond all expectations, the underdog team advanced to the championship game in the tournament.
IMDB link here:
10:15-10:30 am | Pick up KANO ticket at Culture Center of TECO in Westmont
11:00 am-2:00 pm | KANO Showtime
2:00-3:00 pm | Panel w/ Director and Producers
General admission: $15 by Sunday, October 19th
Late admission: $20 by Friday, October 24th
Tickets can be purchased here:
***NOTE: This Facebook event and the above Eventbrite link are for tickets to the SUBURBAN viewing at the theater in the Culture Center of TECO in Westmont ***
Address: 55 E. 63rd St, Westmont, IL 60559
Ning Lee | email@example.com | 224-415-2615
Kelly Chen | firstname.lastname@example.org | 408-480-6408