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THE ASIAN REPORTER
February 6, 2017
C O M M U N I T Y
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Feb 18, 11am-1pm, St. Johns Library (7510 N Charleston Ave,
Portland). Combine paper, cardboard, copper tape, light-emitting
diodes (LEDs), and batteries to create interactive paper art —
including origami birds with glowing eyes, greeting cards that
turn on and off when opened, and glowing paper collages. For info,
call (503) 988-5397 or visit <events.multcolib.org>.
Oregon Asian Celebration
Feb 18-19, 10am-7pm (Sat), 10am-6pm (Sun), Lane Events
Center (796 W 13th Ave, Eugene, Ore.). Attend the 2017 edition of
the annual Oregon Asian Celebration. Visitors enjoy a bustling
array of Asian culture through a colorful marketplace, Asian and
Asian-American entertainment, arts and crafts, cooking and
martial arts demonstrations, exhibits, Asian cuisine, and more.
For info, or to obtain a complete schedule of activities, call (541)
554-9350 or (541) 682-7332, or visit <www.asiancelebration.org>.
Feb 18-19 & 23-25, 7:30pm (Thu-Fri & Sat), 2pm (Sun & Feb
25), Keller Auditorium (222 SW Clay St, Portland). Watch the
Oregon Ballet Theatre’s production of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake,
the legendary ballet about a young prince who is thrust into a
position to marry and ascend to the throne — responsibilities for
which he is completely unprepared. The performance features
dancers Xuan Cheng, Jaqueline Straughan, Peter Franc, Brian
Simcoe, and others. For info, or to buy tickets, call (503)
2-BALLET (222-5538) or visit <www.obt.org>.
Feb 19, 2:30pm, Community Music Center (3350 SE Francis
St, Portland). Attend “So-Shun (Early Spring),” a koto and
shamisen performance by Oregon Koto-kai featuring performers
in kimono and traditional Japanese costumes. For info, call (541)
513-6417 or e-mail <email@example.com>. To buy tickets,
Feb 23, 7:30pm, Powell’s City of Books (1005 W Burnside St,
Portland). Join Viet Thanh Nguyen as he presents The Refugees, a
novel about the aspirations of those who leave one country for
another as well as the relationships and desires for
self-fulfillment that define everyone’s lives. For info, call (503)
228-4651 or visit <www.powells.com>.
API Pride Lunar New Year Banquet
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anniversary of Executive Order 9066 and explores historic and
contemporary issues of racism, discrimination, and human rights.
At the February 18 event, Shimomura and Matsuda discuss their
works and reflect on the incarceration of Japanese Americans
during World War II and how that relates to current times. For
info, call (206) 623-5124 or visit <www.wingluke.org>.
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Feb 16, 5:30pm, Mandarin Cove (111 SW Columbia St,
Portland). Attend the Northwest China Council’s (NWCC) annual
Chinese New Year Gala. The event features dinner, the pre-
sentation of the Flying Horse Award, and more. For info, or to buy
tickets (by February 9), call (503) 973-5451 or visit <www.nw
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Feb 25, 6-9pm, Szechuan Chef (5331 SW Macadam Ave,
Portland). Join members of API Pride for the organization’s
annual Lunar New Year Banquet. The all-ages event includes
food, performances, a raffle, and more. API Pride supports
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people of Asian and
Pacific Islander (API) descent in Oregon. For info, or to buy tickets
(by February 15), call (503) 877-9379, e-mail <api.pride@
gmail.com>, or visit <www.api-pride.blogspot.com>.
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