Archive for December 25th, 2007

  • Global Briefs

    Global Briefs

    China Marks 70 Years Since Rape of Nanking NANJING, China — China marked the 70th anniversary of the six-week killing spree known as the Nanjing Massacre by reopening the Memorial Hall to the victims after a two-year, $33 million face-lift.

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  • Lumps of Coal for Vets and Media Watchers

    Lumps of Coal for Vets and Media Watchers

    Some Special Lumps of Coal from Washington! First, the word from Congress is that the Veterans Equity Bill, which had a chance of passing before Christmas, is officially off the sleigh.

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  • Pressures and Exploitation to Come

    Pressures and Exploitation to Come

    The second of two parts on the 100-year relationship between Vietnam and the United States The post-war relations between Vietnam and the United States continued with misunderstanding and belligerence — this time, in tandem with China.

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  • New Poll on Race Relations

    New Poll on Race Relations

    SAN FRANCISCO — Strong racial tensions exist among African American, Latino and Asian communities, according to the results of a poll on interethnic race relations released by New America Media on Dec. 13.

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  • On Lok’s 35 Years

    On Lok’s 35 Years

    Elder Services Group Expands Into South Bay Since 1972, On Lok has made quick strides in serving the elderly population. As the only provider of comprehensive nursing home services — physician care, hospitalization, prescription drug, dental, podiatry and more — it is no wonder the […]

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