Archive for November 6th, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 11/06/08

    Daily Dose: 11/06/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Asian Americans Eye Posts in Obama Administration » Obama Picks Indian American Sonal Shah as Adviser » Chinatown to Get Green World-Class Rec Center » Korean American Churches Hurt by Ailing Economy » Two Asian American Theater Shows Featured in L.A. » Korean Cultural Center of […]

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  • Military Leaders Speak at Japanese Veterans’ Luncheon

    Military Leaders Speak at Japanese Veterans’ Luncheon

    U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka, chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs and an honorary chairman of the Japanese American Veterans Association (JAVA), spoke at the JAVA quarterly luncheon in Falls Church, Va., on October 18. Sen. Akaka outlined his four-point program to help […]

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  • Real Estate Sales: Single Family Homes October 2008

    Real Estate Sales: Single Family Homes October 2008

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  • Obama’s New America

    Obama’s New America

    And the same old, same old American voters saw a black man walking toward them on the street and did not put their heads down or turn the other way. They joined him, made him their leader and followed him forward into history. This is […]

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  • Good-Bye, Sheena

    Good-Bye, Sheena

    Sheena! You and I had our differences, but you know I love you, girl. So sad to watch you leave America’s Next Top Model. The cards were stacked against her from the start, when the girls had to pose in the windows of prostitution houses. […]

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  • City College Chinatown Campus One Step Closer to Reality

    City College Chinatown Campus One Step Closer to Reality

    Supporters witness groundbreaking after more than a decade of planning SAN FRANCISCO — Bundled in winter jackets with umbrellas in hand, approximately 120 people braved the rain on Nov. 1 to witness the groundbreaking of the long-awaited City College of San Francisco Chinatown Campus, which […]

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  • Not the Usual Song and Dance: New musical raises breast cancer awareness in the APA community

    Not the Usual Song and Dance: New musical raises breast cancer awareness in the APA community

    SAN FRANCISCO — October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, has come and gone, but everyone must continue to shine a spotlight on the disease to overcome it, especially Asian Americans. While the incidence of breast cancer among APAs is generally lower than among most other ethnic […]

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  • LGBT Perspective: After Proposition 8

    LGBT Perspective: After Proposition 8

    The Path Forward By the time you read this, California’s Proposition 8, which would define marriage as only between a man and woman, will have been either rejected or passed. Either way, much work needs to be done to heal the fissures rendered by this […]

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  • Hot Shots: 11/07/08

    Hot Shots: 11/07/08

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  • Election Results Roundup

    Election Results Roundup

    National elections November 4, 2008 (Percentage of votes received) * Bold font denotes winners FEDERAL CONTESTS

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