Bridging The Cultural Divide A Story Of Love, Loss And Life
This the definitive and true life story of NANCY KWAN who as a young Eurasian girl from Hong Kong captured the hearts and minds of cinemagoers around the world in her stunning motion picture debut role in THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG (1960). And, in the unforgettable follow up role as “Linda Lo” in the all Asian, Rodgers & Hammerstein Hollywood hit musical. FLOWER DRUM SONG (1961), her career would reach previously unattainable heights.
OPENED TO ECSTATIC REVIEWS AT THE HISTORIC TEXAS THEATRE IN OAKCLIFF DALLAS - JUNE 2
* ASIAN AMERICAN MONTH, HONORED NANCY KWAN AT THE AMC MONTEREY PARK, BY CELEBRATING HER 50 YEARS IN SHOW BUSINESS WITH SOLD OUT SCREENINGS OF "THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG", AND HER AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY, "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KA SHEN'S JOURNEY," RAISING FUNDS FOR THE CHINESE AMERICAN MUSEUM CHARITIES -MAY 22
* NANCY KWAN CAPTURES THE IMAGINATION OF HAWAII AT A SOLD OUT PERFORMANCE OF HER NEW FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY:
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KA SHEN’S JOURNEY