Archive for October 30th, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 10/30/08

    Daily Dose: 10/30/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Hate Crimes against Asian Americans, Hispanics and LGBTs on the Rise » Asian Writer Ponders First Asian President Too » Turlock Broker Scam Asian American Investors » Vietnamese Fondness for McCain Belies His Record » A Whole New Flower Drum Springs at AMT » The Slants […]

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  • New Exhibit in S.F. Presidio Explores Philippine-American War

    New Exhibit in S.F. Presidio Explores Philippine-American War

    SAN FRANCISCO – A new exhibit at the Officer’s Club in the Presidio offers a glimpse of historical events in the United States and the Philippines before and during the Philippine-American War, which began in 1899.

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  • School Board Members Kim and Yee Propose Alternative to JROTC

    School Board Members Kim and Yee Propose Alternative to JROTC

    SAN FRANCISCO – School Board Commissioners Jane Kim and Norman Yee have proposed a Student Emergency Response Volunteers program as an alternative to JROTC, which will be phased out at the end of this school year.

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  • The Ten Best Asian Horror Films

    The Ten Best Asian Horror Films

    Philip W. Chung counts down some of the finest in the macabre from Asia 10. Song at Midnight (1937, China) Director: Weibang Ma-Xu Considered China’s first foray into the horror genre, this is a film that would be at home alongside the American monsters who […]

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  • OK-KK Racism

    OK-KK Racism

    It’s not the KKK-kind of racism we have to worry about on Election Day Soon Campaign 2008 will be over. And if we don’t get the president we want (or deserve) at the end of this long, knock-down-drag-out affair, at the very least we’ll have […]

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  • Final Thoughts on the Election

    Final Thoughts on the Election

    Observations from abroad: I just returned from a cruise accompanied by Canadians, Australians, Europeans and fellow Americans. From our conversations, it appeared that Barack Obama was favored by the majority of

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  • Presidential Campaign Update

    Presidential Campaign Update

    It is the last week before the election and Asian Pacific American supporters are sensing victory as they work hard to close the small gap between the candidates and bring victory to John McCain.

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  • Hot Shots: 10/31/08

    Hot Shots: 10/31/08

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  • The Myth of Filipino Inferiority

    The Myth of Filipino Inferiority

    I thank Rodel Rodis for bringing up the “sub-par” performance of Filipino students. It is unfortunate that it is politically correct to dramatize disadvantaged losers rather than celebrate positive achievement.

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