Archive for November 18th, 2005

  • Women in Business Roundtable

    Women in Business Roundtable

    SAN FRANCISCO –– At November’s Women in Business Roundtable, Jenny Ming, president of Old Navy and member of the Executive Leadership Team at Gap, Inc., will share her views on Old Navy’s position in the retail marketplace, her experience building and

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  • Growing Up a Chong

    Growing Up a Chong

    Being the daughter of a world-famous comedian and movie star is not always easy. Add in identity issues of a mixed-race home, and you have an outright challenge on your hands. Just ask Rae Dawn Chong.

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  • Mao and Basketball’s Revolution with Yao

    Mao and Basketball’s Revolution with Yao

    MU: How did Chairman Mao become Chairman Yao? Mao: Practice, knowledge, again practice and again knowledge. Yao has a lot of game.   MU: They say China’s relation to the world will be the

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  • The Tao of T.O.

    The Tao of T.O.

    Had enough of Terrell Owens? The suspended Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver (and former San Francisco 49er) goes before an arbitrator Nov.18, to solve his nasty labor and style dispute with his current team.

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  • Every APA Candidate is a Winner

    Every APA Candidate is a Winner

    Emeritus professor of law, 34 year old, running for public office for the first time. Anchorwoman. School principal. 22-year-old college graduate. 66-year-old former city auditor. These are among the November 8 election winners from all across America. No, not everyone won, but they were all […]

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  • FilAms Rally to Defend Jailed Soldier in Texas Slaying

    FilAms Rally to Defend Jailed Soldier in Texas Slaying

    Asian and Filipino American leaders are coming to the aid of a New Jersey FilAm soldier who is locked up in a Texas jail despite posting bail. United States Army Specialist Christian Mariano, 23, who served in

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

    Weigh the Facts Ms. Tran (“Justice for Tran and Her Family,” Nov 10) was less than 90 pounds and the officer was over 200 pounds. Based on their sizes, Ms. Tran was hardly a threat to the officer. The officer displayed

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  • Time for the Tea Party

    Time for the Tea Party

    If Sam Yoon wins a seat on the Boston City Council on November 8, then the APA community is going to give new meaning to the phrase ‘Boston Tea Party,’” said Rep. Mike Honda at Washington, D.C., in September.

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  • Election 2005 Roundup – The Powerhouses of Asian Pacific

    Election 2005 Roundup – The Powerhouses of Asian Pacific

    JUN CHOI MAYOR EDISON, NEW JERSEY Jun Choi, 34 and a first-time candidate for office, was elected Mayor

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  • Chinatown Phoenix: Saving the Sun Merc Building

    Chinatown Phoenix: Saving the Sun Merc Building

    Did you know there was once a thriving Chinatown in downtown Phoenix in the 1920s? Did you know that Shing Tang, the father of the late Hon. Thomas Tang — former Phoenix Councilman and a judge of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals — […]

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