Yilong Liu, “Joker”, and Hawaii’s Asian American LGBTQ Community

The New York International Fringe Festival is back, this year including the Asian American LGBTQ play set in Hawaii called "Joker" by Chinese playwright Yilong Liu, who was inspired by Hawaii's fight for marriage equality.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson interviewed Yilong and brings you the story.

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