Just a small warning against odd events currently transpiring in New York City.
In a message for those who would listen, I mentioned possible evildoings and/or troubles ahead before the global pandemic and shutdowns.
Here I am again, as we shift into fall and then winter.
Now, I could be saying a lot here – or I could be saying nothing. It is up to the reader to interpret or decide. It is up to you out there reading this to decide how you want to take this information.
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Covering the controversial convention one photo at a time.
So to start this review off, let me just say that I was not enthused to attend on Sunday. I made one two three separate posts about this con’s inception in anticipation for what might be experienced. I was still hopeful that it would be an enjoyable experience.
And then I looked at Social Media.
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My fellow New Yorkers and visitors to the city, if you are up for a summer shindig be sure to check out the Passport to Taiwan Festival!
Admittedly, I had no clue that this was a thing until I finally decided to flip through this month’s issue of Chopsticks NY that I picked up last week. It usually features upcoming events towards the back of the magazine pertaining to general Asian culture.
The festival seems to be run in support by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the NYS Council of the Arts and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Looking at past experience, these entities seem to organize authentic, enriching experiences for attendees.
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There is something about enjoying your hobbies and passions with a group of like-minded individuals. Conventions are great for this, but cinema is even better. The raw emotion charges the air, and you become even more invested in the stories being shown on screen. I assume this is why people love things like Broadway (I say people because I just can’t handle musicals unless it’s Disney). In the past few years, New York has upped its anime game. Theatres now offer animated films, show anime season marathons and even film festivals (The Complete Studio Ghibli Fest at the IFC Center and countless others). If you like Cowboy Bebop and would like to see it in theatres, read on –