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Goldthread LA Meetup & Screening

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Lucky Wheels Garage

255 N. Mission Road

Los Angeles, CA 90033

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Goldthread is coming to LA. Come chat, have a drink, and hear more about the stories we're making at our meetup at Lucky Wheels Motorcycle Garage in Downtown.

Dolly Li, our award-winning video producer from Brooklyn and one of the creators of Goldthread, will be in conversation with LA entertainment reporter, Ashley Lee. We'll kick off the night with a short *exclusive* screening of our videos and share some behind-the-scenes insight on how our stories get made.

We'd like to make this a special event for our early readers and also get to know some of our new readers. So yes, we'll be giving away swag and yes, food and drinks on us!


WHO IS GOLDTHREAD?

Goldthread is a new publication about Chinese and Asian food, culture, and travel. We're based in Hong Kong, created by fact-driven journalists and aesthetic-driven filmmakers from all over the world, from Brooklyn to LA to Singapore.


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Saturday, August 18

6pm - Doors open
6:30pm - Screening followed by discussion and Q&A with Goldthread's Content Director, Dolly Li
7:30 - Food, drinks, music

FREE! Must be over 21 to drink. Local food truck will be there. RSVP required.

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Lucky Wheels Garage
255 N. Mission Road
Los Angeles, CA 90033


ABOUT THE HOSTS

Dolly Li is an Emmy Award-winning video producer. Currently, she is the Content Director of Goldthread, a new digital publication that covers Chinese food and culture for the internet age. Previously, Dolly worked at AJ+ where she created viral short documentaries such as The Untold Story Of America's Southern Chinese.

Ashley Lee is a Los Angeles-based entertainment reporter and critic who specializes in film and theater coverage. She recently worked for five years as an editor at The Hollywood Reporter, out of its New York bureau, and just completed the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute. She currently contributes to the Los Angeles Times, Backstage, Bustle, The Lily and Apartment Therapy, among others.

ABOUT LUCKY WHEELS

Lucky Wheels Garage is a DIY Motorcycle Garage in downtown Los Angeles. They're friends of Goldthread who sling coffee, host movie screenings, and, most improtantly, help you make dope motorcycles.

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