Archive for December 12th, 2008

  • Fame or Shame in Asian America 2.0

    Fame or Shame in Asian America 2.0

    East West Players panel discusses the good, the bad and the trashy in Asian American cyberspace LOS ANGELES — Asian American theater company East West Players brought together last weekend at The Grove those behind the academic, the angry, and the “viciously hilarious” voices on […]

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  • Bolo Punchers

    Bolo Punchers

    It is 3 a.m., many days after, and my mind still visualizeS each round and each pound for pounding that Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao delivered on the hapless face and body of Oscar “The Golden Boy” De La Hoya in their Dec. 6 fight in Las […]

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  • Calendar: 12/12/08

    Calendar: 12/12/08

    Filipino American Jazz Series EVENT: Filipino American Jazz Series at Savanna Jazz DESCRIPTION: Unwind to the sounds of vocalist Lily Alunan and her band, After Hours, featured at the First San Francisco Filipino American Jazz Festival, at the Mission District’s Savannah Jazz Nightclub. DETAILS: $10, […]

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  • Cathay Post Says ‘Thank You': Members of Cathay Post #384 visit Ft. Miley Veterans Hospital

    Cathay Post Says ‘Thank You': Members of Cathay Post #384 visit Ft. Miley Veterans Hospital

    SAN FRANCISCO — Veterans at the Fort Miley Veterans Hospital received an unexpected holiday visit Thursday afternoon from four members of the American Legion Cathay Post #384, the oldest Chinese American veterans association in the country.

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  • Daily Dose: 12/12/08

    Daily Dose: 12/12/08

    AsianWeek Market Report » Ellen Young to Distribute Toys at NY Hospital » Jennifer Ito Appointed to Bipartisan Commission » Senior Pedestrian Safety Campaign Launch » May Chen to be on ‘Stars of Life’ Float » Daniel Dae Kim to Star in ‘The King and […]

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  • Bodega Bistro

    Bodega Bistro

    Chilly weather = prime pho-slurping weather SAN FRANCISCO — When the sky is gray and the chilly fog rolls in off the bay, one thing is guaranteed to make you feel better: a big fat bowl of hot pho steaming in your face.

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  • Pacquiao Pride

    Pacquiao Pride

    Boxing is one of the most important sports in the Philippines, a nation that has long had an inferiority complex about producing athletes capable of competing on a world stage. Filipinos worship basketball but have yet to produce a basketball player worthy of playing in […]

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  • Holiday Gift Guide

    Holiday Gift Guide

    Not sure what to give your friends or loved ones? AsianWeek‘s second annual Holiday Gift Guide has Asian Pacific Islander American-made or -oriented suggestions.

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  • Asian Nights: 12/12/08

    Asian Nights: 12/12/08

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