Category Archives: Wai Sue Chun

The Female Charlie Chan & Suspect #1 (part 3)

I am currently struggling to edit a fundraising trailer for my new documentary FINDING KUKAN.  As my mind gets muddled with soundbites and competing shots and scenes, it’s helpful to remind myself what drew me into the story to begin … Continue reading

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The Female Charlie Chan & Suspect #1 (Part 2)

EARL DERR BIGGERS’S 1928 TRIP TO HAWAII Just what was Charlie Chan’s creator doing in Hawaii in 1928?  He was meeting Chang Apana for the first time — the Chinese police detective that many (including most Honoluluans of the time) … Continue reading

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