Archive for October 13th, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 10/13/08

    Daily Dose: 10/13/08

    »Amerasians Lobby for Birthright »Robbery Is Latest of Attacks That Appear to Target Asians »Former S.F. Supervisor Pleads Guilty »High Speed on El Capitan »Author Speaks of Journey to the U.S. »Tokyo Television Broadcasting Presents ‘Hula Girls’ »JCCCNC/JCYC Halloween Carnival »Impressive Finishes for Korean Players […]

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  • Not ‘A Mexican Thing': Undocumented Asian students face stigma and lack of financial aid, job experience

    Not ‘A Mexican Thing': Undocumented Asian students face stigma and lack of financial aid, job experience

    Picture an undocumented student, and the first image to pop up is unlikely to be an Asian one. Yet a recent report by the University of California Office of the President revealed that 40 to 44 percent of undocumented students in the UC system are […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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  • China, Bay Area Commemorate Vice Premier Huang

    China, Bay Area Commemorate Vice Premier Huang

    SAN FRANCISCO — Last week, the Xinhua News agency, China’s official voice, honored late Executive Vice-Premier Huang Ju with a 4,200-word article in the People’s Daily on what would have been his 70th birthday. At the time of his passing in June 2007, Huang was […]

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  • ‘Legend of the Seven Monks’ And ‘Naruto: Rise of the Ninja’

    ‘Legend of the Seven Monks’ And ‘Naruto: Rise of the Ninja’

    Last year, a Japanese movie was released in the U.S. with the promising title of The Legend of the Seven Monks. It sounded like it was going to be a cool epic with some decent martial arts action. My expectations rose even further when I […]

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