Archive for October 6th, 2008

  • The Asian Epiphany – a tie that binds McCain and Obama

    The Asian Epiphany – a tie that binds McCain and Obama

    What is it about Asia that can fundamentally change a person’s perspective of the world? In the October 6 issue of Newsweek, Michael Hirsh’s article “Worlds Apart” describes “five key factors that shaped” Obama’s and McCain’s world views. The first, titled “Two Trips,” explains that […]

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  • The Economic Rescue Plan

    The Economic Rescue Plan

    What does it mean and will it work? Now that the 2008 Economic Rescue Plan was signed into law, what does that mean and how will we know if it is working or not? To answer these questions, we have to go back to the […]

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  • Daily Dose: 10/06/08

    Daily Dose: 10/06/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Half of Korean Students Drop Out of Top School » New Citizenship Exam » Northern California Bus Crash Leaves 10 Dead » Plans for Little Toyko Expansion » Margaret Cho Hosting Equalipalooza » Plans for Vietnamese American Community Center Move […]

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  • Obama at the Crossroads of Race Relations and Politics

    Obama at the Crossroads of Race Relations and Politics

    Author Ronald Takaki opens up on Obama’s place in multicultural America BERKELEY, Calif. – “Barack Obama makes me feel young again,” laughed Ethnic Studies historian Ronald Takaki. “He reminds me of the ’60s.” The retired UC Berkeley professor recently released a series of YouTube videos […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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