Archive for November 27th, 2007

  • Calif. Wellness Foundation Honors Two Asian American Leaders

    Calif. Wellness Foundation Honors Two Asian American Leaders

    Three honorees were recently presented with the California Peace Prize, a yearly award given by The California Wellness Foundation, including Chinese American and San Francisco native Patricia Lee, who has been deputy public defender in San Francisco since 1978, and Filipina American Cora Tomalinas of […]

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  • All About the Walken

    All About the Walken

    Kenzo Lee, Oakland’s Hollywood hopeful and star of MTV’s 2003 dating series Burned, is a huge fan of Christopher Walken — so huge that he’s bringing back a weekly call for Walken impersonators in the weekly All About Walken at Los Angeles’ Paul G. Gleason […]

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  • ‘The AsiaSF Experience’

    ‘The AsiaSF Experience’

    Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center’s signature fund-raising event, “The AsiaSF Experience,” was held on Nov. 13 at AsiaSF. This year, the center honored the work of women in the Asian and Pacific Islander community. The DIVA Award, which celebrates groundbreaking community members, was presented […]

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  • We’re All In This Together

    We’re All In This Together

    Ever wonder what would happen to your favorite neighborhood restaurants if the Latinos are no longer available to serve you? Yes, I mean your favorite ethnic restaurants, be they Chinese, Vietnamese, Burmese, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Italian, Irish, and of course, Mexican. You name it, it […]

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  • Two APAs Honored for African American Community Service

    Two APAs Honored for African American Community Service

    Twelve Bay Area residents, including two Asian Americans, were honored for helping to improve the lives of those in the African American community at the 19th annual Unsung Hero Awards ceremony at the Main Library on Nov. 18. This year’s Unsung Hero Award winners included […]

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