Archive for November 7th, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 11/07/08

    Daily Dose: 11/07/08

    » Asian Market Report » Initiative Fails to End Bias Against Asian Americans in Florida » 15,000 Nikes Counterfeited By Chinese Men » Celebraton of Approval of Little Tokyo Recreation Center » The Filipino Experience in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1970s » […]

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  • New Book Examines Asian Artists’ Contributions to American Art

    New Book Examines Asian Artists’ Contributions to American Art

    Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970 provides a comprehensive look at Asian artists’ work in the United States,

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  • Calendar: 11/07/08

    Calendar: 11/07/08

    Japan’s Post War Cinema EVENT: Cinema Japan: A Wreath for Madame Kawakita DESCRIPTION: Film showcase is a journey through Japan’s post-war cinema and pays tribute to the “roving ambassador” who brought Japanese cinema to international attention featuring classics by Kurosawa, Suzuki, Oshima and others.

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  • You See Sushi

    You See Sushi

    Budget Sushi in the Inner Sunset SAN FRANCISCO — Despite the financial climate, it is still possible to enjoy great sushi on a budget. Located in the Inner Sunset, the husband and wife team of Paul and Ikuko Tio have been serving vibrant dishes at […]

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  • Asian Nights: 11/07/08

    Asian Nights: 11/07/08

    Friday, Novemeber 7 Danger! Acid Details: Club Six, 60 Sixth St., San Francisco, 9 p.m. – 2 a.m., 21+ Music: Hip-hop

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  • Doctor Honored With Alumni Award

    Doctor Honored With Alumni Award

    Dr. Edward Chow received the 2008 Saint Louis University School of Medicine Alumni Merit Award on October 24. The Alumni Merit award is given annually to an alumnus who exemplifies in his or her daily life the mission of Saint Louis University. These men and […]

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  • A New Hope for Asian Americans

    A New Hope for Asian Americans

    Asian Americans woke up to a new day this week — a day when the tallest racial barrier was broken, when a person of color could take a seat in the highest office of the land, when we as a country took one large step […]

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