We fell in love with Timur and his extremely sophisticated lineage but the crème de la crème for me were the classes in codicology (study of manuscripts in all their component parts) and those in Persian literature and especially in classical Persian poetry.
The antics, tantrums and sometimes heroic deeds of the Shahnama heroes, the tongue-in-cheek humour of Sa’di, Hafez’ incomparable elegance and wit…the oh! What an opening to Persian culture and to world wisdom!
CAAM provides the largest collection of films by and about Asian Americans in the country for educational use. Browse our most up-to-date catalog of video and DVD programs by title, subject or ethnicity.
Lucky Chow is a national public television series co-produced with CAAM and Bruce Seidel / Hot Lemon Productions.
She was cared for by a group of Asian women while she was in the orphanage ("Fears").
As a baby, Lily has been a constant center of attention, being the youngest of the clan.
Even at a young age, Lily has shown kindness and selflessness, such as when she ran to get Joe as his pirate castle collapses ("Integrity") and when she gives her puppy pound to a homeless boy for Christmas ("The Old Man & the Tree").
Although in "Crying Out Loud", her parents express how they have noticed Lily has not developed a sense of empathy so far.
Muslim Youth Voices is a national project that supports media making from a new generation of Muslim American storytellers.
This summer, MYVP workshops will take place in Portland, OR and Dallas, TX.
In Season 8's "A Stereotypical Day", Lily has a friend, called Tom, over, Mitch tells Cam that Tom used to be Tina, in other words, Tom is transgender. When asking Lily why she called him that, Lily tells them that it wasn't because he is transgender, it's because he saw the painting of Mitch and Cam in Lily's bedroom and stated that the people in the painting Mitch and Cam) are weirdos.
After Mitch and Cam learn this, Lily tells them she doesn't like it either, but she wanted to defend them anyway.
The new 7-episode season follows LUCKYRICE culinary festival founder Danielle Chang as she travels up, down, and across America to discover how deeply Asian culture and cuisine are rooted in our everyday lives.