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Khaled Itani

Khaled Itani
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Khaled is an active member in the Central Florida Asian-American and Muslim-American community where he spent several years volunteering for and planning local cultural events. He often hosts workshops throughout Florida on the Asian-American identity and experience and always seeks means to integrate the diverse perspectives of the Asian-American experience into a united voice, following the phrase "Unity in Diversity". Khaled enjoys ink painting/drawing, kayaking and reading anything ranging from magical realism to politics. Khaled graduated from the University of Central Florida as Cum Laude in Health Sciences in 2020.

The Big Umbrella: Reflections on PBS – “Asian Americans”

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The Series at a glimpse The Asian American story is one of deep and diverse perspective and nuance. The...

Doppa Festival – resilience in uncertainty

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May 5 marks the Uyghur Doppa Festival or Doppa Day. A Doppa is a four cornered hat traditionally worn by the Turkic...

REACH of Central Florida Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Volunteer Service

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On February 1st, Recognizing Experiencing Asian Cultural Heritage (REACH) of Central Florida celebrated its 10th year anniversary at the Plaza Live. For...

The Screaming in my head – Ellen, Bush, and the Iraq War

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In recent days Ellen DeGeneres has been making headlines due to sharp criticisms of her being seen with former President George Bush at a...

Looking back at Wong Kar-Wai’s “In the mood for love”

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September 29 2019 marks 19 years since the release of Wong Kar-Wai’s “In the mood for love” in Hong Kong. To date this film...

“but I’m patriotic” Priyanka Chopra controversy

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Last Saturday at BeautyCon in Los Angeles, actress and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra received a heated question from an audience member in regard...

The Farewell – Movie Reflections

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Last week Lulu Wang’s film “The Farewell” starring Awkwafina was released in cinemas, through an initiative by Allied Global Marketing I was fortunate enough...

How Chinese Alchemy became an Independence Day Icon

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Two thousand years ago in Ancient China during the Han Dynasty, Daoist Alchemists had successfully isolated and studied Potassium Nitrate, Sulfur and Carbon from charcoal....

#KimOhNo – Kim Kardashian Cultural Appropriation Controversy

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Earlier this week, American celebrity Kim Kardashian came out with a line of shapewear clothing dubbed “Kimono Solutionwear” as a pun of...
Crazy Rich Asians

‘Crazy Rich Asians’, a cultural movement in American cinema

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Back in June 2017 I vividly recall strolling through Barnes & Noble and laying my eyes on Kevin Kwan’s ‘Crazy Rich’ trilogy laid out...
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