Elson Trinidad | KCET
Born and raised in Los Angeles (watching KCET since toddler-age), Elson Trinidad has been a KCET contributor since 2012, covering Asian/Pacific Islander communities and local environmental issues, and in 2014 wrote and curated KCET's 50th Anniversary
section. He is also an accomplished singer/musician, community activist, historian, and nonprofit professional.
Post date: 2013-08-16T03:30:00-07:00
For most travelers, airports are merely utilitarian structures, facilities for processing and more. But for those who send-off or greet travelers, airports are places of tearful farewells, cheerful reunions, and every other kind of emotion in between.
Post date: 2013-08-09T05:00:00-07:00
In this urban, seemingly over-paved environment, hummingbirds are an indicator species.
Post date: 2013-08-02T04:30:27-07:00
Though Asian Americans aren't totally above making up phonetic pun jokes of our own, actual names of Asian origin, particularly family names, are much more than just random monosyllabic noises -- they have actual meanings.
Post date: 2013-07-26T05:00:00-07:00
What we city dwellers consider the urban environment is a paved layer that we exist upon.
Post date: 2013-07-19T05:00:00-07:00
In a city that prides itself on its cultural diversity, its legislative body is currently comprised of eight whites, three Latinos, and three African Americans. And zero of Asian/Pacific Islander ancestry.
Post date: 2013-07-12T04:30:23-07:00
Imagine setting aside several months of your life and trading it all for discovery and adventure.