Archive for August 17th, 2008

  • Olympian Uncle Speaks on Slant-Eyed Spanish Pic

    Olympian Uncle Speaks on Slant-Eyed Spanish Pic

    Bruce Ishimatsu‘s niece, Haley Ishimatsu, is on the American women’s diving team representing not only the United States, but also a new era of globalized cross-pollenation and communication. He writes that how images are interpreted in our hometown is no longer the measuring stick for […]

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  • U.S. Mint Marketing to Asian Americans

    U.S. Mint Marketing to Asian Americans

    SAN FRANCISCO – “For too long the U.S. Mint has catered to white middle-aged men,” said United States Mint Director Ed Moy during his Aug. 6 visit to the U.S. Mint here. “The U.S. Mint serves all Americans, and we want to make it accessible […]

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  • Beauty is Around Us

    Beauty is Around Us

    With the price of gas and airfares soaring, start appreciating the beauty right underneath your nose. Looking for beauty within oneself is what Dr. Iris Gin specializes in at her Kalia Dermatology and Laser Center (Kaliaskincare.com). As the NBC11 Living Well Expert, Gin explains that […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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  • Letters to the Editor: Asians in Theater, Bad Bashir, Renters in San Francisco, The Legacy of Bruce Lee

    Letters to the Editor: Asians in Theater, Bad Bashir, Renters in San Francisco, The Legacy of Bruce Lee

    Asians in Theater Bravo to Philip W. Chung and the Lodestone Ensemble for their stance on the vexing issue of Asian actors playing parts without a backward glance as to race (“Why Colorblind Casting Should be a One-Way Street,” Reel Stories, August 8). The question […]

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