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Filmmaker Kenneth Eng speaks about the immigrant/refugee experience and their sacrifices.
A Winning Girl
America Re-Framed

A Winning Girl

Meet Hawaiian female teen wrestler/judoka, Teshya Alo.

The Grace Lee Project
America Re-Framed

The Grace Lee Project

A quest to uncover how the Western name “Grace” became ubiquitous among Asian Americans.

Operation P.O.P.C.O.R.N.
America Re-Framed

Operation P.O.P.C.O.R.N.

During the Vietnam War, the C.I.A. recruited Laotian Hmong to fight the communists.

Check Your Local Listings

More than 50 Films are coming to WORLD Channel through your local PBS Station this May. Take a look And check out more programs coming to PBS this month. See your local listings for air times. And if you miss them on TV (or they're not avilable in your area), come back to watch many programs online.

 

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Ready to Watch? Below, check out more than two dozen films streaming on pbs.org right now. They're available to watch anytime and anywhere. 

Culture & Identity

By the numbers, the untold story of Southeast Asian dropouts
Employed Identity | Duong Khach Linh
PBS Indies

Employed Identity | Duong Khach Linh

Duong Khach Linh proves that music truly is a universal language.

Employed Identity | Kathy Uyen
PBS Indies

Employed Identity | Kathy Uyen

Witness the rise of an emerging Bay Area to an international star.

Employed Identity | Jenni Trang Le
PBS Indies

Employed Identity | Jenni Trang Le

A producer discovers her stride in Vietnam through film, food, and love.

StoryCorps Shorts: No More Questions!
POV

StoryCorps Shorts: No More Questions!

A grandmother who shared her entertaining life stories

Language Matters
PIC

Language Matters

Language Matters asks what we lose when languages die, and how we can save them.

Young and Restless in China: Nine Stories
FRONTLINE

Young and Restless in China: Nine Stories

Nine young Chinese' lives, hopes and dilemmas.

A Place in the Middle
World Channel

A Place in the Middle

The true story of a Hawaiian girl who aspires to lead her school's all-male hula troupe.

Art & Expression

FRONTLINE
China's first global art star is pushing the boundaries of freedom. How far can he go?
Ruby Wang
WSKG | Arts and Culture Shorts

Ruby Wang

Chinese painting is characterized by the beauty of simplicity.

One Voice

One Voice

Every year, 2,000 high school students in Hawaii compete in the Kamehameha Song Contest.

Jake Shimabukuro
PBS SoCal | LAaRT

Jake Shimabukuro

Ukulele wizard Jake Shimabukuro opens up about his love of the humble instrument.

Kun-Yang Lin Dancers
WHYY | On Tour

Kun-Yang Lin Dancers

Lin has developed an unexpected hybrid of Western and Eastern cultures.

Trapped In Paradise
Beat Making Lab

Trapped In Paradise

The Beat Making Lab crew meets Fijian rapper/producer Dave Lavaki.

Short Film | Fiction

Set during the attacks of 9/11, a young girl wishes she could go back in time.
Dog Save the Queen
PBS Online Film Festival

Dog Save the Queen

The Million Dollar Corgi Quest comes to the Island of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

Islands
PBS Online Film Festival

Islands

Vaine escapes her brutish 'protector' and shares a daily word-less love play with Tamatoa.

Springtime
Film School Shorts

Springtime

An 86-year-old pork sung maker quits her shop in rural Taiwan to head to the big city.

Burn to Send- Film School Shorts
Film School Shorts

Burn to Send- Film School Shorts

Amidst Saigon’s motorcycle scene, a young man and woman struggle to define their romance.

Banana Trip
Film School Shorts

Banana Trip

Three South Korean college boys head to Florida for spring break.

Classroom Resources

Life on Four Strings + Math with Jake
PBS Learning Media

Life on Four Strings + Math with Jake

Join ukulele wizard, Jake Shimabukuro, for reflections on Music & Math.

 Discover Japan & Cambodia with the First Lady
PBS Learning Media

Discover Japan & Cambodia with the First Lady

Discover educational resources about Japan, Cambodia, girls' education issues and more.

A Place in the Middle
PBS Learning Media

A Place in the Middle

Learn about the native Hawaiian approach to gender diversity.

To know a people - know their stories.

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month this May and every day with a special PBS collection of stories that explores the history, traditions and culture of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. 

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