Archive for November 21st, 2008

  • Daily Dose: 11/21/08

    Daily Dose: 11/21/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Call to APIA Communities for Resumes for Presidential Appointment Positions » Chinatown YMCA Starts Building Project This Week » Asian Lung Cancer Survivor for Lung Cancer Awareness Month » Six Asian American Artists Named Today as USA Fellows » KoreAm […]

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  • Calendar: 11/21/08

    Calendar: 11/21/08

    Chinese Children’s Painting Exhibition EVENT: “World of Love” DESCRIPTION: In partnership with Project HOPE and United Commercial Bank, this collection showcases more than 80 pieces from a children’s art competition held at three children’s hospitals in Shanghai, Beijing and Taipei. DETAILS: Free, through Feb 14, […]

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  • A Portrait of Chinese America: New Study Suggests Economic Glass Ceiling May Still Exist

    A Portrait of Chinese America: New Study Suggests Economic Glass Ceiling May Still Exist

    An economic glass ceiling may still exist for many Chinese Americans who are climbing the income ladder, according to a broad-based social and economic study published this month by the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA). Although Chinese Americans are more educated — the proportion of […]

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  • A Milestone in Music: SF Taiko Dojo’s 40th anniversary concert

    A Milestone in Music: SF Taiko Dojo’s 40th anniversary concert

    SAN FRANCISCO — You might not know it by looking at him, but Grand Master Seiichi Tanaka of the San Francisco Taiko Dojo is responsible for some of the most powerful, frantic and high-energy performances in the world. While he is normally quiet and reserved […]

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  • Macao Friends Restaurant

    Macao Friends Restaurant

    Portuguese cooking SAN FRANCISCO — Macau, while perhaps more renowned for its casinos, has the reputation of serving the comfort food of the East. A territory just south of Hong Kong once claimed by Portugal and now China, Macau’s cuisine is a fusion of Cantonese […]

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  • Asian Nights: 11/21/08

    Asian Nights: 11/21/08

    Friday, November 21 David Guetta Details: Ruby Skye, 420 Mason St., San Francisco 9 p.m. – 2 a.m., 21+ Music: Club Hits RubySkye.com

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  • Now Comes the Hard Part

    Now Comes the Hard Part

    Don Wakamatsu made history Wednesday by becoming the first Asian American skipper in major league history. Now, comes the hard part. Wakamatsu has paid all the appropriate dues in his 23-year affiliation with the MLB, serving six different clubs as instructor, coach or minor league […]

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