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  1. 10 de nov. de 2007 · Tea & Justice: Directed by Ermena Vinluan. With Eric Adams, Agnes Chan, Herbert Daughtry, Christine Leung-Chuah. Committed to creating a bridge between the Asian community and the police, Agnes Chan, a 20-year-old college student and immigrant daughter of a Chinatown garment factory worker, became NYPD's first Asian woman police ...

    • Ermena Vinluan
    • 2007-11-10
    • Documentary
    • 54
  2. 12 de mar. de 2010 · TEA & JUSTICE | Women Make Movies | Clip Women Make Movies 17.8K subscribers Subscribe 11 Share Save 3.1K views 12 years ago Tea & Justice: NYPD's 1st Asian Women Officers A film by Ermena...

  3. Gather your favorite cup, tea, and hot water, and come for conversation and community with women around the world.A free event hosted by Becca Stevens and Ma...

    • Our Virtual Tea Ceremony
    • Step Three: Steep Your Tea and Pour
    • Two Tea Sandwiches: Salmon Salad and Boursin-Watercress
    • People Say, “I Love Thistle Farm…But I Buy My Soap from Target.”

    Becca led us through a four-step tea ceremony, encouraging us all to join the conversation and share our thoughts in the chat. That was part of the fun, feeling a closeness to faceless new friends in the online conversation.

    It was a joy seeing which teas, teacups and teapots our hostesses had brought to tea. They did a quick poll and found that 66% of attendees were using teabags, versus 34% loose leaf. I had brewed a Milk Oolong (one of my favorite tea varieties), from Zi Chun Teas, right in my teapot. I happily discovered that my Japanese Lusterware teapot had been ...

    Destination Tea Tip: Make your tea sandwiches ahead and chill in the fridge before cutting into finger sandwiches, to help them better hold their shape.

    Tanya: “For me, being a restaurant owner in this community has given me a platform to use my voice with political leaders or to do advocacy work. I do take it as a responsibility now. People willlisten, so I’m going to speak up for people who don’t have that voice yet. I feel like that’s my duty. As much as I can encourage the younger generation be...

  4. Recommendations Committed to creating a bridge between the Asian community and the police, Agnes Chan, a 20-year-old college student and immigrant daughter of a Chinatown garment factory worker,...

  5. TEA & JUSTICE chronicles the experiences of three women who joined the New York Police Department during the 1980s—the first Asian women to become members of a force that was largely white and predominantly male. In this award-winning documentary, Officer Trish Ormsby and Detectives Agnes Chan and Christine Leung share their fascinating ...