Archive for April 28th, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 04/28/08

    Daily Dose: 04/28/08

    > AsianWeek Market Report > Asian Pacific Fund Creates K-12 Lesson Plans for Heritage Month > Indian Company Tries to Grab 200 U.S. Movie Theaters > Kearny Street Workshop Names new Executive Director > Two Lowell Students Win the SF Young Playwrights Festival > US […]

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  • ‘Yellow Peril’ Helps Clinton Sink Obama in Pennsylvania

    ‘Yellow Peril’ Helps Clinton Sink Obama in Pennsylvania

    Is that so bad? Clinton = fighter, Obama = wimp. That was the conclusion of one disgusted Obama supporter in a post-Pennsylvania primary e-mail to me with the subject line, “Obama has to fight back, or he doesn’t deserve it.”

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  • An Asian Texan History?: How now, cowboy?

    An Asian Texan History?: How now, cowboy?

    I’m a Texan through and through.   I was born in Bryan, Texas, at the only hospital in Bryan-College Station.  I was immediately labeled “white” on my birth certificate. In high school, I became black, and later I became yet other things (the inspiration for […]

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  • Asian Am. Studies Conference in Chicago

    Asian Am. Studies Conference in Chicago

    The 25th annual Association for Asian American Studies Conference held in Chicago last week had workshops, panel discussions, literary readings, neighborhood tours, banquets — and an earthquake. Like previous AAAS conferences, this one provided opportunities for out-of-towners to get out and see the local APA […]

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