Author of "Fighting for the Dream" Victoria Moy gave a talk at Diamond Bar Library on 10/10/15. Photos with members of Friends of the Diamond Bar Library at the "Read Together" Series
Michael Chan, a filmmaker & Marine from Chinatown, NYC, is making a movie loosely based on his life. After serving two tours in Fallujah, he studied at USC School of Cinematic Arts and is now at AFI. His story is also featured in Fighting for the Dream. Please donate to this very important cause! Visit: http://www.damagefilm.com/
"Fighting for the Dream" book talk at Chinese Historical Society of Southen California's March 2015 meeting. With panelists veterans Janet Chin and Michael Chan, and Dr. Wing Mar generously sharing their experiences, joined by veterans Robert Loo, Wayne Yee, Arthur Chi Wing Fong, and friends and supporters!
(Click to view video) Fighting for the Dream book event at Queens Library in Flushing. Round-table discussion with first Asian-American American Legion Commander Fang A. Wong (U.S. Army), Tony Lee (U.S. Air Force), William Chan (U.S. Army), moderated by author Victoria Moy and a visit from Councilman Peter Koo!
Click on photo for the article in Epoch Times Article on Fighting for the Dream book event at Queens Library. Round-table discussion with first Asian-American American Legion Commander Fang A. Wong, Tony Lee, William Chan, moderated by Victoria Moy and a visit from Councilman Peter Koo! In this photo: joined by veterans Sherman Eng, Richard Lee Chan, Chuck Tow, Wilem Wong.
Celebrate with us after your Christmas festivities on December 27, 2pm at Flushing Library.
Victoria Moy, author of Fighting for the Dream: Voices of Chinese American Veterans from World War II to Afghanistan spent 7 years collecting the oral histories and putting together this book. She was born and raised in New York City and currently lives in Los Angeles. She graduated with a MFA in Playwriting/ Screenwriting from the University of Southern California. For more info, see: VictoriaMoy.net