Archive for November 25th, 2005

  • Is Ziyi Zhang the Next Meg Ryan?

    Is Ziyi Zhang the Next Meg Ryan?

    SLEEPLESS IN SHANGHAI

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  • Reading their Way to dot.com Profits

    Reading their Way to dot.com Profits

    Abebooks.com has acquired the Berkeley-based BookFinder.com, a free Internet web service for finding and buying new and used books. Launched as a final project for a class at UC Berkeley,

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  • Nation Briefs

    Nation Briefs

    Sketch Released of Suspect in Deliveryman Murder NEW YORK — Police released a sketch of the person they’re looking for in connection with the killing of 54-year-old FaHua Chen, a

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  • Korean Culture at 16th Annual ‘Chuseok’

    Korean Culture at 16th Annual ‘Chuseok’

    The beauty of Korean dance and music enveloped the well-dressed patrons who enjoyed the 16th Annual “Chuseok” Gala, a celebration of Korean arts and culture as in its traditional holiday of Thanksgiving held at the Asian Art Museum, Chong Moon Lee

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  • Lop Cheung on Thanksgiving for 3,500

    Lop Cheung on Thanksgiving for 3,500

    SAN FRANCISCO –– More than 3,500 bags of groceries were distributed to mostly Chinese American residents in San Francisco just eight days before Thanksgiving. In Chinatown, a line of 2,800 senior, disabled and low-income

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  • S.F. Puts in Mercury Warnings

    S.F. Puts in Mercury Warnings

    Mercury in seafood signs will warn patrons of San Francisco restaurants and grocery stores, after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a new ordinance passed earlier this month. The sign, which targets pregnant women and mothers of young

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  • What I’m Thankful For

    What I’m Thankful For

    I spend a lot of time in this column criticizing what’s out there, but with Thanksgiving upon us, I’d like to list what I’m thankful for in the world of Asian Pacific American film, TV and theater. I’m thankful for the increase in APA faces […]

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  • Mayor Villaraigosa Reaches Out to APAs

    Mayor Villaraigosa Reaches Out to APAs

    When Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa asked the city on the day of his inauguration to “dream with [him],” it was unclear how Asian Americans would fit into that dream. He was the city’s first Latino mayor in 133 years, and Time magazine named him […]

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  • Arts Briefs

    Arts Briefs

    Sandra Oh Wins Diversity Awards Korean American actress Sandra Oh has won the “Creative Liberty” award from the Multicultural Motion Picture Association’s Diversity Awards. The organization aims to foster cultural and intellectual

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  • Bay Briefs

    Bay Briefs

    Asians Under Investigation 2 ChiAms Indicted in Missiles Scheme SANTA ANA, Calif. –– Chao Tung Wu and Yi Qing Chen, two naturalized U.S. citizens born in China, are the first to be indicted

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