Dim sum dialogues are cultural competency conversations to educate allies about the Queer API story. To date, Pride ASIA has spoken at colleges and libraries.
Pride ASIA is held annually to create a safe space for Queer Asian Pacific Islander Americans to celebrate PRIDE.
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Pride ASIA 2017 - May 28, 2017 - Noon to 4pm at Hing Hay Park, Seattle's Chinatown/ID
Grab your tickets for the Seattle debut ofDIE BEAUTIFUL
Directed by Jun Lana; 2016; Philippines; 120 min.; in Filipino (Tagalog) with English subtitles
Trisha’s only request is that upon death she be dressed as a different celebrity every night of her wake. Just as her long-awaited beauty pageant crowning takes place, she gets her wish, after collapsing on stage. Since her family never came around to having a trans daughter, the wake is kept a secret by her best friend, Barbs. Flashbacks take us deeper into a complex history of unspoken regrets, touching on each relationship she fostered while she was alive, including a caring connection with her adopted daughter. Looming transphobia won’t stop this chosen family from laughing and loving, even after Trisha’s last breath.
CONTAINS VULGAR LANGUAGE, IDENTITY-BASED ABUSE, & GRAPHIC VIOLENCE
Join us after the film for our CLOSING NIGHT PARTY!
Co-presented by: Pride ASIA
Tickets available at https://translations.strangertickets.com/…/43…/die-beautiful
For more film info,visit Translations 2017: Seattle Transgender Film Festival
Rice Ball is an annual fundraiser to help organize Pride ASIA annually with your support.
Pride ASIA is excited to present the Pageant of the Year! Think Miss Universe meets X Factor meets Star Search!
Contest is open to 21+ QAPI of all genders, who are dedicated to uplifting Pride ASIA's mission and become its official Ambassador thru their reign.
Watch out for more details!