Archive for April 1st, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 04/01/08

    Daily Dose: 04/01/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Cambodian Americans Discuss Atrocities at California Hearing » Some Asian Families in U.S. Using Sex Selection to Produce Sons » University of Massachusetts to Become First Foreign College to Offer Online Classes in China » Bus Overturns in U.S., Sending […]

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  • The Dragon and The Yak: A Greek Tragedy

    The Dragon and The Yak: A Greek Tragedy

    Tibet jumped to the front pages of the news over the last two weeks and now threatens to derail China’s carefully orchestrated plans for this summer’s Olympics in Beijing. On March 10, the anniversary of the failed 1959 revolt by the Tibetans against Chinese rule, […]

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  • St. Mary’s Medical Center Caters to Asian Patients

    St. Mary’s Medical Center Caters to Asian Patients

    San Francisco – St. Mary’s Medical Center, located near the large Asian populations of the Richmond and Sunset districts, offers a range of services to make Asian patients feel at home.

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  • The Story of Chol Soo Lee

    The Story of Chol Soo Lee

    Turning the personal misfortune into an Asian American movement . Even if March 28 marks the 25th anniversary of Chol Soo Lee’s exodus from San Quentin’s death row,the Korean American says that he treats the day like any other-pondering his life and his 10-year incarceration […]

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  • Unified From Top to Bottom

    Unified From Top to Bottom

    The belief that Asian Americans are a successful group in the United States is no myth. We have an annual household income and education level greater than the national average. We even built an era: the “Information Age.”

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