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The contemporary films, all of which are made by Asian Americans, will be shown every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the 20th floor lounge of High Rise East, according to AASA member Scott Kurashige. "Dim Sum" follows the relationship between a Chinese American mother and daughter. The other three films to be shown later this semester are "The Wash," "Chan is Missing," and "Who Killed Vincent Chen," Kurashige said. An open, general meeting of the AASA will follow the film, starting at around 9 p.m. -- Helen Jung

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