Louis Ozawa Changchien and I met almost 8 years ago on one of Louis’s first jobs out of grad school – a Nokia commercial. Having maintained a close friendship since, we do an occasional “catch up.” I thought I’d share this “catch up” with the Audrey Magazine readers. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy an intimate “hang” with one of the hottest Asian actors of our time!? Read on for part two of Di Quon’s conversation with the actor!
Seattle locals and visitors: Put down the remote control and put your cell phones on vibrate because Sex in Seattle is back in town at the Richard Hugo House from April 1 to 30.
Sex in Seattle is an episodic theatrical play written by Kathy Hsieh and directed by Miko Premo on its 19th episode titled “The One That Got Away.”
As the country’s longest-running contemporary and romantic comedy about AA women and their love lives, it’s one that you surely wouldn’t want to miss. So take a rest from Sex and the City reruns in the meantime, or any prior engagements for that matter, because Sex in Seattle is only out for a limited time.
It’s Halloween weekend and if you’re not in the mood to dress up or surround yourself with slutty pumpkins and screaming kids hopped up on sugar everywhere, make some time to check out these events and happenings! No costumes required (or hey, better yet, dress up and go!)
CAM: Hollywood Chinese – The Arthur Dong Collection
When: Saturday, Oct. 24 to Sunday, Nov. 7
Venue: Chinese American Museum
425 North Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Description: This is a groundbreaking and significant display of nearly 200 pieces collected during the 10-year research for Arthur Dong’s award-winning documentary, Hollywood Chinese. You can expect an archive of over 1000 items: a vibrant selection of posters, lobby cards, stills, scripts, press materials and artifacts dating from 1916 to the present-day.