2015 MAMA Sweepstakes Kicks Off with KCON and COM2US


One Lucky Fan Will Win A Trip To The 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards

LOS ANGELES, CA, November 4, 2015KCONUSA’S COM2US MAMA 2015 Sweepstakes has begun. One lucky fan will win two roundtrip tickets to Hong Kong on December 2nd with their accommodation paid for by KCONUSA to attend The 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), the biggest K-Pop award show of the year. The winner and their guest will fly economy class on Asiana Airlines from the United States to Hong Kong on November 30, 2015 and return to the United States on December 3, 2015. In addition to winning a trip to Hong Kong, the winner and their guest will have the opportunity to see their favorite K-Pop stars.

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Korean documentary at the Digital Gym “Songs from the North”

A message from the Media Arts Center SD– hosting a Korean documentary later this month!

Korean documentary "Songs from the North" <북녘에서 온 노래>

Digital Gym Cinema Showtimes:

Friday, November 27: 4:00

Saturday, November 28: 2:00

Sunday, November 29: 8:30

Monday, November 30: 4:00

Tuesday, December 1: 6:00

Wednesday, December 2: 5:00

Thursday, December 3: 3:00

For more information please visit http://digitalgym.org/songs_from_the_north/

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Client: “Got Milk?”

Project: “Milk Loves Art”

Timeline: November 2015 – January 2016

Project Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield and Palm Springs

Project Headquarters: Los Angeles, California

Open Call to all Visual Artists residing or working in California between November 2015 and January 2016.
We are searching for California Visual Artists to paint 32 life-size cow sculptures as part of a new campaign titled “Milk Loves Art.” Final sculptures will be donated to the Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times charity. Sculptures will be auctioned off and 100% of proceeds will benefit Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times.

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A statement by 210 overseas (outside South Korea) university/college faculty members whose research and teaching involve Korea.

Jini says: This news has been on my radar for a while now not only because it’s one of the biggest issues in Korea right now but also because I was at the actual school where some of its leading faculty are on the forefront of this history textbook renationalization effort. It’s pretty cool to be able to recognize several names from the list of professors below, but also surprised that I don’t see some names that I think should be on here… Maybe they just didn’t get the memo?

Okay, from here on out is the news article that I copied and pasted from Dr. Eugene Park’s social media post:

A statement by 210 overseas (outside South Korea) university/college faculty members whose research and teaching involve Korea.
한국 관련 연구, 강의를 맡고 있는 해외 대학 교수 및 강사 210명의 성명서입니다.

Statement in Support of Korean Historians’ Protest against Planned Renationalization of History Textbooks
한국 역사학자들의 역사교과서 국정화 반대를 지지하는 성명서

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