Jason Chu, Rap Artist

Jason Chu performs with Asian Glow on October 13 at the Pao Arts Center. Jason Chu is a rapper and poet. His mission is "to speak hope, healing, and justice in a broken world". He has performed at the Obama White House, the Museum of Chinese in America, Houston's KFest, and The Getty Museum. You … Continue reading Jason Chu, Rap Artist

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DJ Nitty

DJ Nitty performs for Asian Glow on October 13 at the Pao Arts Center. "Andrew Nitty" (Andrew Nitirouth), originally raised in Meriden, CT to Laotian parents, has been DJing semi-professionally all around the greater Boston area for more than 3 years since attending Tufts University. He performs for nightclubs, colleges, nonprofit organizations, bar and bat … Continue reading DJ Nitty

Sandra Lim, Poet

Sandra Lim performs with Asian Glow on October 13 at the Pao Arts Center. Sandra Lim is the author of The Wilderness (W.W. Norton, 2014) and Loveliest Grotesque (Kore Press, 2006). Her poems and essays have appeared in numerous journals, including Boston Review, VOLT, Literary Imagination, and The New York Times. She has received fellowships … Continue reading Sandra Lim, Poet

Ally Ang, Poet

Ally Ang performs for Asian Glow on October 13, 2018 at Pao Arts Center in Boston. Ally Ang is a gaysian poet whose work deals with queerness, gender, family, race, and sad Pisces feelings. Ally is the author of Monstrosity (Damaged Goods Press, 2016) and their work has appeared in Tinderbox Poetry Journal, The Shade Journal, Nepantla,and more. You … Continue reading Ally Ang, Poet

LuDow, Rap Artist

LuDow performs for Asian Glow on October 13, 2018 at the Pao Arts Center in Boston. LuDow is a Chinese American rapper, songwriter and performer from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Performing since 2012, his music is often described as lyrical and soulful, with topics that range from Asian America to relationships and life experiences. His first and … Continue reading LuDow, Rap Artist

Tamiko Beyer, Poet

Tamiko Beyer performs for Asian Glow on October 13, 2018 at the Pao Arts Center in Boston. Tamiko Beyer is the author of We Come Elemental , and two chapbooks: Dovetail (co-authored with Kimiko Hahn) and bough breaks. Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Denver Quarterly, The Volta, Dusie, and elsewhere. She has received grants and … Continue reading Tamiko Beyer, Poet

Call for Artists!

Asian Glow is looking for Asian American creative artists for a multi-disciplinary performance series. If you are interested in performing, please email AsianGlowBoston@gmail.com.