9-MAN IN THE NEWS

December 6, 2016, The Associated Press: Volleyballers vs. Bulldozers: A Chinatown's History at Stake

September 2, 2016, The Orange County Register: Weekend Volleyball Tournament was a Lifeline for Early Chinese Immigrants

April 19, 2016, Vulture: In Its First Season, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Greatest Legacy Is (Finally) Bringing the Asian Bro to Television

February 26, 2016, Chicago Public Media's Worldview: 9-Man' Documentary Tells The Story Of Chinatown’s Top Sport

September 4, 2015, WBUR's Radio Boston: How Streetball Brought Together a Boston Community

August 22, 2015, The Boston Globe: The Rewards of Competition: Ursula Liang's Exploration of Chinatown's 9-Man Volleyball is More Than a Look at Sport

August 3, 2015, NBC News: “Chinatown's Swagger Celebrated in New '9-Man' Documentary

May 15, 2015, WNYC's Documentary of the Week: Streetball, Chinatown Style

May 4, 2015, NPR's The Takeaway with John Hockenberry: A Game That Started with Segregation, Now Played with Pride

May 4, 2015, The New York Times: Review: ‘9-Man’ Is More Than a Game for Chinese-Americans

March 11, 2015, Center for Asian American Media Blog: Ursula Liang: Director of Sports Doc 9-Man

March 10, 2015, Dig In Magazine: “‘CHOPS’ Talks 9-MAN, Hip-Hop Music and Film Scoring”

November 17, 2014, Angry Asian Man: "Sound and Fury Podcast Episode 16: Ursula Liang

November 11, 2014, Colorlines: ‘9-man’ Film Explores the Little-Known History of a Chinese-American Sport

November 10, 2014, Huffington Post: “9-Man Is The Undiscovered Street Sport That Has Flourished In Chinatown For Decades”

November 7, 2014, CBC Metro Morning: 9-Man (at 20 min mark)

July 18, 2014, CBS Sports Minute with Boomer Esiason: “On 9-Man

June 12, 2014, Stranger Than Fiction: “Q&A: Filmmaker Ursula Liang on 9-MAN”

April 29, 2014, The Boston Globe: “Newton’s Ursula Liang debuts ‘9-Man’”

April 29, 2014, World Journal: Premiere of Chinese American Film ‘9-Man’ in Boston Evokes Profound Responses”

April 28, 2014, Reappropriate: Review: 9-Man Documentary is a Complex, Thought-Provoking Challenge to Asian-American Stereotypes