“The Flip Side” screenings
Sunday May 13 @ 2 pm
“The Flip Side” shows at the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival. The filmmaker will be in attendance
Location: Navy Memorial Burke Theater | 701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
Saturday April 21 @ 2:40-4:40 pm
“The Flip Side” shows at the DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon as part of The Asian Man program
Friday February 23 @ 6:30 pm
Wednesday June 21
BEIJING BASTARD AT THE BEIJING BOOKWORM
Beijing Bastard goes home! Val will do a book talk at the Beijing Bookworm, an independent bookstore in Beijing, close to where the events of the book took place
Location: The Bookworm
Address: Building 4, Nan Sanlitun Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Time: 7:30-9:00 pm
Thursday October 6
ARLINGTON AUTHOR SALON
A group reading and film screening, with the theme of “Cross Pollination: When Other Art Forms Inspire Writing,” with authors and artists Regie Gibson and Annie Weatherwax
Location: Kickstand Café, Arlington, Mass.
Time: 7:30 pm
Thursday August 4
GET LIT AFTER WORK
A reading at a pop-up literary biergarten in front of the Cheers bar in the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, organized by the Boston Literary District.
Location: Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Address: 4 South Market Building, Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Time: 6:30 pm
Monday May 2
PORTER SQUARE BOOKS
A joint reading and conversation with novelist Patricia Park, author of Re: Jane.
Location: Porter Square Books
Address: 25 White Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Time: 7 pm
Wednesday, November 11
MIXER READING & MUSIC SERIES
A reading with Sofia Quintero, Kyla Marshell and Andrea Kleine with music by Breanna Barbara
Address: 152 Ludlow St, New York, New York 10002
Time: 7-9 pm
Friday, November 6
DIRE LITERARY SERIES
Monday, April 27
Val was part of a panel discussion on “Leaving and Returning to China,” along with Suzanne Ma, author of Meet Me in Venice, and photographer Alan Chin, moderated by Melville House editor Wah-Ming Chang.
Address: 112 West 27 Street, Suite 600, New York, NY 10001
Time: 7 pm
Sunday, April 12
Val introduced Yang Lina’s film Old Men, in conjunction with the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries’ exhibition “The Traveller’s Eye: Scenes of Asia.” Book signing to follow.
Address: Freer and Sackler Galleries, Washington, D.C.
Time: 2 pm
Thursday, November 20
A talk/reading with screenings of film clips from Sixth Generation Chinese films of the 1990′s, focusing on my connections as a second-generation immigrant to underground filmmakers halfway around the world.
Monday, November 10
Saturday, November 8
Tuesday, November 4
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
Thursday, October 30
Sunday, October 26
CONCORD FESTIVAL OF AUTHORS
New Literary Voices