Archive for November 24th, 2008

  • Chinese Media Disapproves Guns N’ Roses Album

    Chinese Media Disapproves Guns N’ Roses Album

    If Guns N’ Roses were in China they’d probably be belting their most famous verse: “Oh, where do we go now?”

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  • Daily Dose: 11/24/08

    Daily Dose: 11/24/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » One Third of Asian Elders Live Below Poverty Line in NYC » CAPAC Elects Officers for 111th Congress » Little-Known Japanese American WWII War Heroes Celebrated » San Diego Jury Finds Man Guilty of Hawaiian Pro Surfer’s Murder » Filipino American Vocalist Cracks World Music […]

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  • Slumdog Millionaire

    Slumdog Millionaire

    The first film of the Obama era Never mind that the film is set in India or that its writer and director are two accomplished filmmakers from England: Slumdog Millionaire is the first major film of the Barack Obama era. Like Obama, Slumdog Millionaire is […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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  • Expressions of Appreciation and Gratitude

    Expressions of Appreciation and Gratitude

    In many cultures around the world, this is the time of year to show love and appreciation to those who touch our lives, including parents, family, friends, neighbors, clients, customers, staff, suppliers, vendors, colleagues, associates and the list goes on.

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  • Giant Adds Historical APA Spin to Cy Young Award

    Giant Adds Historical APA Spin to Cy Young Award

    Seven days after Barack Obama dominated his rival, Tim Lincecum won a landslide election of his own. Like the first-ever African American U.S. president-elect, the San Francisco Giants ace also made history — becoming the first pitcher of APA bloodlines to capture the most votes […]

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  • Faith Perspective: Praying for a Future President

    Faith Perspective: Praying for a Future President

    Congratulations, Asian America, on the new president! You worked hard, listened and voted. But is Obama the answer to your prayers? For African Americans, Obama is an answer to decades of prayers, not cheap please-don’t-let-the-Republicans -win-again kind of prayers, but prayers borne of the Civil […]

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