Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA), Edwin M. Lee Asian Pacific Democratic Club, and City College Board Trustee Alex Randolph invites you to a trailer screening event of ‘Ed Lee: The People’s Mayor.’
Join us Thursday, August 23, 2018 at CHSA for an exclusive screening of a new trailer for the film. Meet director Rick Quan, who will discuss the film in person. Tickets include light refreshments and admission to CHSA’s exhibition Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion. All proceeds will go towards finishing the film.
In December 2017, unexpectedly and far too soon, the City of San Francisco lost its beloved Mayor, Ed Lee. The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) will present the inspirational story of this remarkable man. The film will chronicle, document, and preserve the memory of Ed Lee who lived as a seemingly ordinary man who grew up in Seattle’s public housing, but who’s character was truly unique and unparalleled as he rose to become the first Chinese American mayor of a major city and left a legacy that will continue to grow for generations to come.
Thursday,August 23, 2018
Chinese Historical Society of America
965 Clay St, San Francisco, CA 94108
6PM Screening & Panel
General Tickets $30 – General ticket, $20 – Student ticket
- $2,500 – VIP Seating for 10, Logo on screen, Gift Bags, Social Media
- $1,000 – VIP Seating for 4, Logo on screen, Gift Bags, Social Media
- $500 – VIP Seating for 2, Gift Bags, Social Media
- $250 – Premier Seats for 2, Social Media
- $100 – Premier Seat for 1, Premium Snacks