Archive for April 23rd, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 04/23/08

    Daily Dose: 04/23/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Lieu Receives Prestigious Financial Literacy Honor » ‘Growing Up Asian in America’ Contest Winners » U.S. Doctors to Remove Facial Tumor on Vietnamese Girl » Minami First Asian American to Receive Berkeley Law Award

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  • Today on AsianWeek’s Blogs

    Today on AsianWeek’s Blogs

    Yin Yang with Lisa Lee: AZN Asian Excellence Awards Films Tonight – Live – UCLA For all you folks in Los Angeles with nothing to do on a Wednesday night — here you go: Get your face on the E! Network tonight as the celebrities […]

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  • Pennsylvania Primary: Reactions from APA Supporters

    Pennsylvania Primary: Reactions from APA Supporters

    Hillary has proven she can go the distance.  America deserves a leader who can stand up even when the chips are down.  AP called the race in Pennsylvania less than an hour after the polls closed with Hillary up by 7 points.  A few hours […]

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  • A Better Electoral System

    A Better Electoral System

    Each year at this time, I ask my Asian Pacific American public policy students at the University of Maryland to compare the electoral systems of the United States with those of the other democracies of the world. We select one country from the following list: […]

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  • S.F. School Receives Distinguished Award

    S.F. School Receives Distinguished Award

    Ulloa Elementary School has been selected as a California Distinguished School for the year 2008. It was one of 343 elementary schools across California to receive the honor. Principal Carol Fong is thrilled Ulloa has been selected. She credits the award to a caring staff, […]

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  • Letters to the Editor: Asian American Studies, Click to BlAsian Love, Rev. Wright and Obama, and more…

    Letters to the Editor: Asian American Studies, Click to BlAsian Love, Rev. Wright and Obama, and more…

    This year is the 40th anniversary of the strike at San Francisco State University that forced the administration to accept Ethnic Studies as part of the university’s curriculum (“Asian American Studies Now,” Editorial, April 18). Today, I

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  • Filipinos Get Tested for Hep B

    Filipinos Get Tested for Hep B

    In an effort to outreach to the Filipino community and educate them about the dangers of hepatitis B, the Pilipinos of UCSF Student Organization will host a health fair at the Bayanihan Community Center at 1010 Mission St. on April 19 from 10 a.m. to […]

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