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- North East Medical Services San Jose Clinic Launches Free Hep B Screenings
- Strength, Courage and Wisdom: An Interview with Life Survivor Sotheara Yem
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- The 2013 J-POP Summit Festival Showcases Japanese Harajuku Fashion Culture
Archive for December 13th, 2007
Posted on December 13, 2007 | No CommentsSAN FRANCISCO — Investment managers gathered for the Association of Asian American Investment Managers’ Capital West Forum on Dec. 4 at the Ritz Carlton. California State Controller John Chiang, one of the highest-ranking Asian American officials in the United States, addressed the audience, stressing the...
Posted on December 13, 2007 | No CommentsFund-raiser honors community leaders and partners SAN FRANCISCO — A formal cocktail party may seem incongruous with the down-to-earth, theater-for-the-masses image of Filipino American performing arts group Bindlestiff Studio. But if done for a worthy cause — such as helping the organization move back to...
Posted on December 13, 2007 | 98 CommentsBlAsian Exchanges is first-time author Sam Cacas’ recently released novel, which explores interracial relationships between black women and Asian men (termed by the portmanteau “BlAsian”). Cacas, 52, a former AsianWeek writer who moderates a discussion group focusing on black women and Asian men, tells the...
Posted on December 13, 2007 | No CommentsNew America Media, the country’s first and largest national collaboration of ethnic news organizations, will release next week the results of the first-ever multilingual poll of America’s three major minority groups and the state of interracial, interethnic relations in this country. More than 1,000 Asian,...
Posted on December 13, 2007 | No CommentsSharks Setoguchi warms to San Jose For a guy whose San Jose expertise was limited to the city’s vague geographical location prior to being drafted by the Sharks, rookie winger Devin Setoguchi has quickly become an advocate for the Silicon Valley lifestyle.
Posted on December 13, 2007 | No CommentsThe San Francisco Hepatitis B Collaborative, a medical student organization at the University of California, San Francisco and community partner of the S.F. Hep B Free Campaign, is providing free screening, testing and vaccinations at two sites. Located at Mount Zion Medical Center and Chinatown...