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The following audio and video presentations are a sampling of the material related to Asian and Pacific American history available from the Library of the Congress and other partner agencies. These include Webcasts as well as musical recordings and other unique sound artifacts.
Please note: This list represents only a selection of the digital and physical holdings of the participating agencies.
Library of Congress
Arts & Culture
- "The Changing Worlds of the Patuas of West Bengal"
- Korean Culture Art Program and Concert
- Shigemi Inaga — Modern Art in Kyoto
- Ann McClellen “The Cherry Blossom Festival: Sakura Celebration”
Business & Economics
Government, Politics, & Law
- Thich Nhat Hanh — Leading with Courage and Compassion
- Lianxin Liang — The Ideological Context of U.S.-China Relations
- Ying-Shih Yu — Despotism, Market and Confucianism in the Age of Wang Yang-Ming
- Various Speakers — America Is in the Heart for the 21st Century: A Symposium on the Work of Filipino Author Carlos Bulosan: Part 1, Part 2
Journey to Freedom: The Boat People Retrospective
Unsung Heroes: A Symposium on the Heroism of Asian Pacific Americans During World War II
Music & Performing Arts
- China's First Great Multi-Art Theatrical Tradition
- Gary Haleamau — Traditional Hawaiian Music from Las Vegas
- Multi-cultural Performance (Philippine and Burmese dance, martial arts demonstration)
- Natasinh Dancers & Musicians -- Lao Music and Dance from Iowa
- Sreevidhya Chandramouli and Friends: Northern Indian Vina Music
- SURATI — Classical and Folk Indian Dance from New Jersey
- Suji Kwock Kim: 2004 National Book Festival
- Li-Young Lee: 2003 National Book Festival
- Shirley Geok-Lin Lim: 2004 National Book Festival
- Amy Uyematsu: 2006 National Book Festival
- Interview with Four Women Poets: Rose Solari, Hilary Tham, Karren Alenier, and Kim Roberts
Science and Technology
- "Revolutionaries, Nursery Rhymes, and Edison Wax Cylinders: The Remarkable Tale of the Earliest Korean Sound"
- Yukio Sato — Science and Technology Policy in Japan