Archive for August 4th, 2008

  • CREAA Opposes Local Ballot Initiatives

    CREAA Opposes Local Ballot Initiatives

    The November 4 election will contain many local ballot initiatives that affect the rights of San Francisco property owners. The Chinese Real Estate Association of America would like to highlight three that negatively affect these rights and handicap The City’s ability to effectively govern itself. […]

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  • Daily Dose: 08/04/08

    Daily Dose: 08/04/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Asian American Civil War Soldiers Honored » AAPI Serving Institutions Legislation Passes House » Boston Bilingual Ballot Bill Languishes » U.S. Ban on HIV-Positive Travelers Is Lifted » Michigan Congressman Blogs about ‘Asian Invaders’ » Immigrants Less Prepared For Disaster, […]

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  • The Legend Lives On: A Generation Later, Bruce Lee’s Legacy is Still Kicking

    The Legend Lives On: A Generation Later, Bruce Lee’s Legacy is Still Kicking

    Picture the span of Asian American history as a play in several acts: an epic saga set against a backdrop of rich cultural resonance and decades of struggle and triumph. Its ensemble cast includes laborers, restaurateurs, artists, politicians and countless others from all backgrounds. Yet […]

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  • Fil Am Jazz Rediscovered in SF

    Fil Am Jazz Rediscovered in SF

    Filipino Americans and jazz share a vaguely known history that goes back many decades, with jazz’s precursors, blues and gospel, dating back centuries to the 1760s when early Filipino immigrants first arrived in New Orleans. “Music is in the culture, and Pinoy jazz is a […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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