POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBA: Paper Chase Documentary

POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBA: Paper Chase Documentary
presented in collaboration with Zentoku Foundation

Sunday, January 30, 2022
Postponed, New Date TBA
Showtimes (54 min.) at 1:00pm and 4:00pm
Location: In-person at the Center

COVID Health and Safety: In order to maintain compliance with San Francisco and California protocol, valid ID, proof of full vaccination and masks are required upon entry, no exceptions.

From early immigration at the dawn of the Meiji era to the present-day efforts to protect the remaining historic Japantowns, the saga of the Nikkei community is chronicled in film through the lens of vernacular newspapers serving the Japanese American community. The film coincides with the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first Japanese colonists to the mainland United States at the Wakamatsu tea and silk colony. Join the Center and the Zentoku Foundation for a special community screening of Paper Chase, the first ever documentary of the 150 years of Japanese American history here in America!

About Zentoku Foundation

The Zentoku Foundation was created to help grow and strengthen the Japanese American community by developing a convenient, user-friendly, meaningful path for each generation to connect with one another. We bring amazing stories, news, and events that enlighten our lives and the world we live in today. For more information on the Zentoku Foundation and its projects, please visit


Jan 30 2022


1:00 pm

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