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An American Tale of a Chinese Fishing Village


With today’s rallying cries against immigrants, Red Altar, written and performed by award-winning storytellers Nancy Wang and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, demonstrates and celebrates the contributions of three generations and three fishing villages of Chinese immigrants who start the fishing industry in the Monterey Bay area despite anti-Chinese violence, both legal and illegal. With cries of 'Chinese must go!', media propaganda with racist caricatures, legal discrimination laws, and 'ethnic cleansing', these courageous ancestors persevered until seven generations later, their story is being told on this hour-long dramatic narrative and original music both by Eth-Noh-Tec.

Red Altar | CD

  • Format: CD

    Duration: 70 minutes

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