SAGWA

AcronymDefinition
SAGWASuzuki Association of the Greater Washington Area (musical instruction)
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In Kim Sagwas English-language debut, the pressures of being a teenage girl take two friends down a dark, twisted path within the competitive world of the moneyed Korean elite.
Kim Sagwa's psychological and observant Mina follows two young women trying to navigate their society.
Sagwa does an excellent job of portraying mental illness without exaggeration or drama; it is an accurate, unsettling portrait.
(3)PBS has turned Sagwa: The Chinese Siamese Cat into an animated series, and Amy Tan has become its creative consultant and writer.
in The Hundred Secret Senses and Sagwa, for unconsciously fostering Western distortions of the East and making "Orientalist misrepresentations [...] self-representations" (xiii).
Emplacement of the Long Reach segment prior to Late Devonian time is suggested by an unconformity between granitoid rocks of the Lingley suite and the Devono-Carboniferous Sagwa conglomerate.
Based on Amy Tan's book, the animation unit's "Sagwa: The Chinese Siamese Cat" becomes a well-received addition to the PBS daytime lineup.
Sagwa, The Chinese Siamese Cat Animated TV series to debut on PBS
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CineGroupe's shows include "Mega Babies" and "Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat."
"Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat," animated series featuring a young, spirited and curious cat; 80 x 11 min or 40 x 30 min.
In the educational arena, Sesame Workshop (formerly Children's Television Workshop) is bowing "Sagwa, the Siamese Chinese Cat," an animated adaptation of author Amy Tan's tale of a curious kitten in ancient China; "Sesame English," a live-action series that introduces children and their families to the English language; and math-learning show "Mathmatazz."