Brooklyn-based filmmaker, Alvin Tsang came to the United States from Hong Kong when he was 9 years old. His mom and stepfather worked day jobs, and by night, Tsang and his two siblings joined the parents to clean office buildings.
Tsang’s film, Reunification is about the immigrant experience of navigating a family who has straddled cultures and weathered trauma. Reunification was recently featured at the Northwest Film Forum. (more…)