Kino33 Leisure companions with ONE Leisure Group to supply worldwide content material that touches the Asian and Western markets

MADISON, Wis., July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – VNM United States Announces the partnership between ONE Entertainment Group and Kino33 Entertainment, who are collaborating on films and live events that bring together the best of the Korean and American entertainment markets.

The couple have entered into a collaboration agreement to develop science fiction films and objects for an international audience. The ongoing partnerships of the ONE Entertainment Group with House of Talent Casting and Kevin Grevioux (Creators of the film franchise “Underworld”) will be the main actors in the production of these properties.

Kino33 Entertainment is led by its founder and CEO, Kyu Lee – Former Marketing, Promotion and PR Manager at Sony. Kino33 Entertainment is a diversified entertainment and media company with activities to integrate music, film and television in the US and Korea. From Pop to KPop and Hollywood to the screens in Asia, Kino33 strives to bring the two worlds closer together through original creative content with universal synergy.

“Kyu has a superhuman ability to recognize and produce content that combines the best of Western and Asian content. He understands international synergies and how to create experiences that cross borders. When you combine that with our talent lineup at ONE, we open doors to cultural collaborations that will change the way we view international marketing, “said Brent Johnson, CEO of ONE Entertainment.

AN entertainment group is a The angel based multinational entertainment company specializing in live event activation, global entertainment distribution, and coordinating multinational transactions.

This powerful pair of entertainment companies brings together decades of experience producing live sports and entertainment events on a global scale. In addition to their film projects, Kino33 and ONE plan to host live sporting events in Korea for, among others Floyd Mayweather and others sometime in late 2021.

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Vandals Steal Cash, Shatter Glass of Native Asian Eating places at Mall in Columbia – NBC4 Washington

Local Asian restaurant owners are picking up the pieces after thieves broke into three restaurants, stole money and destroyed property on New Year celebrations, the most important holiday in Chinese culture.

The same group of thieves hit a restaurant called Urban Hot Pot, Kung Fu Tea, and Bonchon.

Zong Chen is the owner of the latter two at the Columbia Mall. He said the past year has been tough for business and he feels that they aimed to be Asian.

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“It’s a shame to be a victim now,” said Chen. “We all have families. We are all just trying to make money and make a living for our families. “

This break-in marks the third time that Chen’s stores have been robbed.

Last summer there was a break in at Kung Fu Tea in Rockville. A few weeks later, the kung fu tea in Laurel was also hit.

“We came to America to find better opportunities and to have better lives,” said Chen.

Asian restaurants attacked: In the early morning of the Lunar New Year, three Asian restaurants in the mall in Columbia were broken into, according to Howard Co Police. Today I spoke to Zong Chen, the owner of Kung Fu Tea & Bonchon. He fears they have been targeted as Asians. Story by 5 / 6p @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/V9aVMrJrKY

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Bonchon and Kung Fu Tea have repaired their damage and are now open for business. For the entire month of February, restaurants plan to donate 10% of their sales to raise awareness of hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Nearly two dozen attacks have been committed in the San Francisco Bay Area in the past few weeks. People threw plants at Asian residents and seniors were knocked to the ground.

Hate crimes against Asian Americans have increased since the coronavirus hit the US last year. Amanda Nguyen, CEO of civil rights group Rise, recently told LX News why “Asian Americans are out to be heard”.

John Yang, the executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, said the organization is tracking hate incidents and has seen more than 3,000 since the pandemic began.

“It scares the Asian-American community really often,” said Yang. “The fact that certain politicians, including the former president, used terms like the China virus and the Wuhan smoke and worse derivatives, really got our community to do so.” a goal to be made. “

No arrests were made in the robberies, but Chen said he hoped to further raise awareness.

“The more we don’t talk about it, the more it will happen,” said Chen.