Archive for November 9th, 2008

  • OCA Sinks in its Roots With DC National Center

    OCA Sinks in its Roots With DC National Center

    On September 21, 2006, history was made. Ginny Gong, president of the Organization of Chinese Americans signed settlement documents for a building comprised of three four-story townhouses, in prestigious Dupont Circle, located in the heart of the nation’s capital. The OCA National Center was finally […]

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  • Chinese Cooking Teachers Feast on Demonstration and Dinner

    Chinese Cooking Teachers Feast on Demonstration and Dinner

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The Association of Chinese Cooking Teachers hosted a “best of chef” dinner at China Stix restaurant on October 26. Over 160 diners enjoyed a nine-course dinner presented by China Stix chef and owner Frank Chang. The meal included Eight Treasure Stuffed […]

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  • Letters to the Editor: YFPA Making a Difference, Pressure on Hollywood

    Letters to the Editor: YFPA Making a Difference, Pressure on Hollywood

    YFPA Making a Difference Kudos to YFPA for continuing to “Connect, Educate and Serve” the Filipino American professional community (“Connecting Young Filipino Professionals”, Oct. 24). YFPA has come a long way since its humble beginning back in 2002. Our goal, as founders, was to establish […]

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  • Journey to Jordan and Syria

    Journey to Jordan and Syria

    With continual turmoil in the Middle East, there’s never a perfect time to go, but 14 of us traveled to Syria, Jordan and Lebanon on an adventure to see evidence of history thousands of years old and learn about the citizens of those countries today. […]

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  • Asian Americana

    Asian Americana

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