Archive for April 2nd, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 04/02/08

    Daily Dose: 04/02/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Milwaukee Hmong Community Protests Police Brutality » Pentagon Releases Memo on Harsh Tactics » U.S. Starts Process of Deporting Thousands of Illegal Vietnamese » U.S. Embassy Warns of Kidnapping Threat in Southern Philippine City

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  • Wine With Asian Food

    Wine With Asian Food

    To pair or not to pair a glass of Bordeaux with Hokkien fried noodles? According to Patricia Guy and Edwin Soon, authors of Wine With Asian Food: New Frontiers of Taste: “Certainly!”

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  • Letters to the Editor: Obama’s Race Speech, Fight over Little Saigon, AZN TV, and the Murder of Pheng Lo

    Letters to the Editor: Obama’s Race Speech, Fight over Little Saigon, AZN TV, and the Murder of Pheng Lo

    Obama’s Race Speech Having taught at black public schools and read extensively on African American studies, I fully empathize with the plight of African Americans and their anger and frustration (“We Have A Dream,” Washington Journal, March 21).

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  • Volunteer to Educate Your Community

    Volunteer to Educate Your Community

    To help raise awareness about hepatitis B in the Korean community, Nicole Kim volunteers her time to give educational presentations in Korean and English. Kim, a junior studying human biology at Stanford University and an intern at the Asian Liver Center, has always been

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