WWII POW’s Journey from Prison Camp to US Citizenship on Public Television for Memorial Day and Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, 5/25 二次大戰戰俘從監獄到成為美國國民的旅程將在公共電視播出以紀念5月25日戰士陣亡紀念日及亞太美國紀念月。(English/Chinese)
Star Pittsburgh, Sewickley Series, “Every Day Is a Holiday – February 9, 2014″
Bloomfield College, December 2, 2013: Artist Theresa Loong presents informational session to CAT students
Press Poster for Manhattan College screening of Every Day Is a Holiday
Manhattan College, November 15, 2013: Former POW Visits Alma Mater to Share Story on Veterans Day
Center for Excellence in Education, Cambridge, MA, October 26, 2013 Every Day Is a Holiday: Keirei
The Montclair Times, Monday, May 2, 2013: Montclair Film Festival: Telling Her Father’s Story
Baristanet.com, Friday, April 26, 2013: Every Day Is a Holiday When You’re a Free Man
Montclair Patch.com, Wednesday, April 24, 2013: “Every Day Is a Holiday” Filmmaker to Speak at Montclair Film Festival
Voice of America, Monday, May 28, 2012: Chinese American Recalls POW Past
The Star-Ledger (New Jersey), front page, Saturday, May 27, 2012: Union County resident, Korean War vet relives life as POW in new documentary
Patch.com, May 27, 2012: On TV: Clark Filmmaker’s Documentary on Her Father’s Experience as a POW
Feet in Two Worlds, May 26, 2012: Reporters Notebook – Asian-American Filmmaker Tells Her Father’s Story in Every Day Is a Holiday – Airing this Weekend on PBS
NPR’s Nationally Broadcast Here and Now, May 7, 2012: For POW-Turned-Doctor, ‘Every Day Is A Holiday’ article and podcast
Catholic News Service, May 16, 2012: To Filmmaker, 88-Year-Old WWII POW Is Still ‘Daddy’
The World Journal, April 26, 2012: 父顛沛一生 她用鏡頭溫習一遍 (Interview in Chinese)
San Antonio Express, January 28, 2012: Filmmaker screens documentary of father’s life at Asian Festival
In May 2010, Theresa Loong was accepted into The FilmShop, a filmmaking collective.
In April 2010, the Manhattan Community Arts Fund awarded roughly $230,000 to 142 artists and arts groups, including “Every Day Is a Holiday” director Theresa Loong.
On December 16, 2009, “Every Day Is a Holiday” held a fundraiser along with the film, “(No) Laughing Matter.”
As part of Target Free Thursdays, a work-in-progress showing of “Every Day Is a Holiday” screened at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) on December 3, 2009, followed by a Q&A with director Theresa Loong and special guest Paul Loong.
“Every Day Is a Holiday” was awarding fiscal sponsorship by the non-profit organization Women Make Movies and can receive tax-deductible donations via WMM’s secure shopping cart.