Global Voices and the WORLD Channel Celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

Posted on May 6, 2011

This May, Global Voices and the WORLD Channel celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month with four documentaries that highlight voices and stories from across Asia.


Starting with Please Vote For Me from China, the month continues on to Japan with 4 and Young Yakuza, and comes to a close with New Year Baby, set in Cambodia. In addition to their exclusive WORLD broadcasts on Sunday nights at 10 PM, these four episodes will be available for viewing online post-broadcast on the PBS Video Player.  A comprehensive overview of the 2011 series and a calendar of online events may be found here. Watch Please Vote For Me on Global Voices this Sunday at 10PM on the WORLD Channel. Check out the trailer after the jump >>


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