Archive for October 4th, 2007

  • Disabled Arts Troupe To Perform in S.F.

    Disabled Arts Troupe To Perform in S.F.

    Even though Tai Lihua became deaf at the age of 2 following a high fever, she did not let that stop her from pursuing dance. She is now the lead dancer in the “Thousand-Handed Goddess of Mercy,” a dance which the China Disabled People’s Performing […]

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  • Time’s Up For ‘Pacific Time’

    Time’s Up For ‘Pacific Time’

    SAN FRANCISCO — KQED’s Pacific Time, the only nationally syndicated public radio program dedicated to Asian and Asian American issues, was canceled this week. The weekly show, which reached 160,000 listeners on 19 stations, will air its last edition on October 11 at 6:30 p.m. […]

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  • Chu Selection Surprises Community

    Chu Selection Surprises Community

    SAN FRANCISCO — Mayor Gavin Newsom’s appointment of his budget analyst Carmen Chu as suspended Supervisor Ed Jew’s interim replacement surprised many Asian Pacific American community leaders, many of whom were not consulted about the move.

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  • Arts Briefs

    Arts Briefs

    ‘Midori by Moonlight’ EVENT: Reading by Wendy Tokunaga DESCRIPTION: The misadventures of a Japanese “Bridget Jones” who has escaped the straitjacket society of Japan to start a new life in San Francisco. DETAILS: Free, Oct. 5, 7 p.m., Cody’s, 1730 Fourth St., Berkeley. CONTACT: (510) […]

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