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Archive for November 9th, 2007
Posted on November 9, 2007 | No CommentsLaura and Him Mark Lai (photo credit: Frank Jang) Historian, writer and community activist Him Mark Lai was honored for his contribution to Chinese American history with a luncheon at the Empress of China in San Francisco’s Chinatown on Oct. 28.
Posted on November 9, 2007 | No CommentsNews of Bobby Jindal’s victory in the Louisiana governor’s race two weeks ago rocketed through the nation, the Asian American community and even India, where his relatives celebrated with sweets, firecrackers and bhangra dancing. Asian Americans in the South are nothing new. But who would […]
Posted on November 9, 2007 | No CommentsTaiko Drumming EVENT: San Jose Taiko in concert DESCRIPTION: The heart-pounding beat of the taiko showcases the energy and grace of the Japanese American taiko drum. This year’s concert pays special tribute to the troupe’s home in San Jose’s Japantown. DETAILS: $20-33, Nov. 9, 8 […]
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Posted on November 9, 2007 | No CommentsBobby Jindal is a lucky guy. He has enviable credentials: magna cum laude from Brown, Rhodes Scholar, policy wonk, whiz kid, efficient administrator, good son, great husband, doting father and devout Catholic. And he has made history as the first nonwhite to be elected to […]
Posted on November 9, 2007 | No CommentsSAN FRANCISCO — Instead of celebrating All Hallows’ Eve with trick-or-treaters, Mayor Gavin Newsom commemorated the end of Filipino American Heritage Month by bringing together Filipino World War II veterans, business leaders and community members in the City Hall rotunda.