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Saving Innocence Summer Benefit Concert: Join the Fight Against Human Sex Trafficking in the US

PSA – Saving Innocence Did you know… At least 100,000 to 300,000 youth are at risk for commercial sexual exploitation annually in the U.S. The average age of entry into the commercial sex industry in the U.S. is 12 years old. #SaveInnocence It’s a difficult subject to talk about. Many of us are aware of […]

July 28, 2014 • by Kollaboration

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Celebrity Guests, Surprise Performers, and a Marriage Proposal

On Thursday, June 26, Kollaboration Los Angeles celebrated its 15th anniversary in Hollywood at The Troubadour—previously named NBC’s “Best Venue in LA” and Rolling Stone’s second best American rock club of 2013. Celebrities Harry Shum Jr., Joe Hahn (of Linkin Park), Parker (aka Dumbfoundead), Clara C, and Mike Song were among the hundreds of guests […]

July 13, 2014 • by Ben Kang

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Kollaboration Los Angeles to Rock the Troubadour for 15th Anniversary

On Thursday, June 26, Kollaboration Los Angeles will be celebrating its 15th anniversary at the historic Troubadour in Hollywood. Over the past 14 years, Kollaboration has served as a platform for countless aspiring entertainers in the Asian-American community to showcase their talent to the world. This year will certainly be no different. Demonstrating the diverse talents […]

June 16, 2014 • by Lee Yang

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Ktown Night Market Puts Hip, Urban Spin on Asian Market

Last year, Anthony Bourdain made a guest appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and was asked to name his favorite spot in Los Angeles. He replied: “KTOWN, yeah Koreatown. The Korean restaurant scene here is the best in America. It’s a bottomless pit of wonderful restaurants, layer upon layer.”

April 17, 2014 • by Ben Kang

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Kollaboration Alum G Yamazawa Invited to Perform by White House

“You still had to teach me, to never give up. Whether it’s finishing a poem, or surviving cancer. Dad, I promise… No matter what—I will win.” The man speaking this phrase is wearing a black t-shirt and brown khakis. Simple. Except that he’s also sporting a single braided-mohawk-ponytail dividing an otherwise shaved head. 

April 15, 2014 • by Admin