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Subverting the Norm & Penetrating the Orange Curtain ( KUCI 88.9fm in Irvine )

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Subverting the Norm & Penetrating the Orange Curtain ( KUCI 88.9fm in Irvine )

    KUCI Subversity Archive: 1st March on Washington, D.C. for Lesbian & Gay Rights: 20th Anniversary (First aired 1999)

    KUCI Subversity Archive: 1st March on Washington, D.C. for Lesbian & Gay Rights: 20th Anniversary (First aired 1999)

    1st March on Washington, D.C. for Lesbian & Gay Rights: 20th Anniversary; CIA Recruiters at UCI
    Take a walk down memory lane with a look back at the first national gay march during our October 22, 1999 show. Listen to some of the speakers (incl. Allen Ginsberg), and hear show host Dan Tsang talk about the first march thru Chinatown that morning 20 years ago. Hear him read talks by Audre Lorde and other activists. Preceded by news updates, including a report on CIA recruiters spying on students at UCI in 1999the previous Wednesday.

    KUCI Subversity Archive: Ramsey Clark et al on War and High Crimes (first aired 1998)

    KUCI Subversity Archive: Ramsey Clark et al on War and High Crimes (first aired 1998)

    War & High Crimes
    Our December 22, 1998 show on the Pre-Christmas Bombing of Iraq featured interviews with former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark; Rania Masri, coordinator of the Iraq Action Coalition; and Hussein Ishbi, media coordinator of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC). We also discussed the Progressive Librarians Guild's open letter to then-President Bill Clinton over the bombing. Converted from RealAudio to mp3.

    KUCI Subversity Archive: Iris Chang on her book, The Chinese in America (first aired in 2003)

    KUCI Subversity Archive: Iris Chang on her book, The Chinese in America (first aired in 2003)

    Iris Chang, journalist-turned-author, talks in 2003 with interviewer Daniel C. Tsang about writing her new book, The Chinese in America (Viking, 2003), on Subversity Show 10 June 2003 on KUCI. She is best known for her earlier book, The Rape of Nanking. She died in 2004.

    KUCI Subversity Archive: William J. Duiker on his book, Ho Chi Minh: A Life (first aired 2000)

    KUCI Subversity Archive: William J. Duiker on his book, Ho Chi Minh: A Life (first aired 2000)

    On our December 20, 2000 show, we talked with William J. Duiker on his new biography on Ho Chi Minh. Utilizing national archives in various countries, his portrait of Ho is complex and shatters many myths.

    KUCI Subversity Online: Film Director Evans Chan on "Raise the Umbrellas"

    KUCI Subversity Online: Film Director Evans Chan on "Raise the Umbrellas"

    Evans Chan is a New York-based Hong Konger who returned to his native city to make arguably the best and most comprehensive documentary on developments during the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong, when thousands of activists occupied three areas of Hong Kong for several months in 2014. He is interviewed by show host Daniel C. Tsang in Hong Kong.

    KUCI Subversity Online: Vietnamese Refugee Artwork Returning to Hong Kong?

    KUCI Subversity Online: Vietnamese Refugee Artwork Returning to Hong Kong?

    Community Art specialist Samson Wong talks about the history of Garden Streams' work with established and budding artists while they were refugees held in Hong Kong detention camps for refugees from Vietnam, awaiting screening for resettlement, and what happened to the artwork.
    Interviewed by show host Daniel C. Tsang on 6 November 2017 in Ma On Shan, Hong Kong. Interview copyright c Daniel C. Tsang 2017.

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