Synopsis In the last days of the Joseon Dynasty, a band of fighters called KUNDO steal from the rich and give to the poor. They risk their lives for honor — and for one man, a debt of revenge owed… Read More ›
Asian/North American theological educators will gather for a conference held at Princeton Theological Seminary, Oct. 3-5, 2014. http://aanate.org/conference/ Click here for the official flyer.
We are so pleased to announce that Dr. Boyung Lee at PSR, Dr. Tatsiong Benny Liew at the Holy Cross, Dr. Rita N. Brock, and Dr. J. Paul Rajashekar will serve on the Advisory Board of the AATF online… Read More ›
“On July, Archbishop Gregory Aymond established St. Joseph Parish in Algiers to serve as a personal parish for Vietnamese Catholics. It had served previously as mission church of St. Agnes Le Thi Thanh Parish. Father Joseph Thang Nguyen will serve… Read More ›
We’re so delighted to announce that Hyun Ho Park, a PhD student in New Testaments at GTU, has been appointed as co-founder and editor-in-chief for AATF’s official web magazine. Previously, he performed a wonderful job as as assistant editor for… Read More ›
Let’s welcome this well-critiqued Korean film, “Snowpiercer,” showing in the U.S. on June 24, 2014. A cinematic imagination on the Last Days.
Angela W. Buchdahl, the first Asian American Rabbi at Central Synagogue, New York City. “When Cantor Angela Buchdahl walks among the pews, greeting congregants before Friday night services at Manhattan’s venerable Central Synagogue, she encounters a mélange of Jewish faces,… Read More ›