In order for novice filmmaker Hui-Chen Huang to understand what type of mother she is going to be to her toddler Ping, she must confront the past and her feelings about how she was raised by her lesbian mother, Anu. Huang is just now discovering the choices her mother made and how, given the chance, things would have turned out much differently. Old-world Taiwanese traditions meet new-world lifestyles in this award-winning documentary (Best Docu-mentary 2017, Berlin International Film Festival), 18 years in the making, that examines three generations of a family through lies, laughter, tears, and domestic abuse.


Pride ASIA is proud to copresent SMALL TALK (Taiwan) at this year's TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival
Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 PM
AMC Pacific Place, Downtown Seattle

Gay Filipino Pageant


The Filipino Community of Seattle and Pride ASIA present The 2017 Mr. & Miss Gay Filipino on Sunday, October 15, 2017
Doors at 5pm, Contest at 6pm at the Filipino Community Center


Winner receives CROWN
& $1,000 CASH and the
honor of being FCS' LGBTQ Ambassador


Click here for tickets


Click here for Contestant Registration


Click here for Facebook Event Page



dim sum dialogue


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.


Click here for #Karaoke at Off The Walls at the Seattle Asian Art Museum on September 16, 2017

Pride ASIA

 

Pride ASIA is held annually to create a safe space for Queer Asian Pacific Islander Americans to celebrate PRIDE.


MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Pride ASIA 2017 - May 28, 2017 - Noon to 4pm at Hing Hay Park, Seattle's Chinatown/ID




          

rice ball

 

Rice Ball is an annual fundraiser to help organize Pride ASIA annually with your support.



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.


Pride ASIA is proud to co-present Die Beautiful (Philippines) at TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival

Saturday, October 14 at 12:00 PM at Northwest Film Forum