Haikus With Hotties and DreamMaker present the L.A. rendition of the sold-out New York Dream Series panel discussion earlier this year about the “Iimage of the Asian American Man” on Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Garden Room at Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro St. in Little Tokyo.
Panelists are participants of the Haikus With Hotties calendar series, which is launching its 2018 edition:
* Yoshi Sudarso, actor (“Buffalo Boys,” “Power Rangers Dino Charge”)
* Peter Sudarso, actor (“Power Rangers Hyper Force” “Power Rangers Ninja Steel,” “Apartment 210”)
* Ilram Choi, stuntman (“Spider-Man,” “Avatar”)
* Desmond Chiam, actor (“The Shannara Chronicles”)
* Jake Choi, actor (“Front Cover,” “Lust Life”)
* Mike Bow, actor (“The Maze Runner,” ISATV)
Moderated by Sean Miura, producer/host of Tuesday Night Café.
Attendees get a special discount on the 2018 Haikus For Hotties calendar, and enter a raffle for fun prizes.
Free admission, but limited seating. To RSVP, go to www.eventrbite.com.
Part sincere appreciation and part tongue-in-cheek spoof, Haikus With Hotties is a calendar series that highlights attractive and talented Asian men in media that often don’t get as much attention as they deserve. After the series launched in 2013 with Godfrey Gao, Haikus With Hotties released its first calendar in 2016 after a successful Kickstarter campaign featuring Yoshi and Peter Sudarso.
The following year brought a second calendar with a new twist: “From the makers of Haikus With Hotties now comes Haikus on Hotties.” And in 2018, the fans are invited to participate in the fun and write Haikus for Hotties. What started out as a joke has become a nice excuse to feature a variety of Asian American men doing interesting things in the media.
For more information, visit www.haikuswithhotties.com.