Archive for December 22nd, 2008

  • Thank You Notes

    Thank You Notes

    Not as hard as you think A personal, handwritten thank you note is the finest form of expressing gratitude. It doesn’t take that much effort and time and is the most tangible evidence of genuine appreciation. Here are eight guidelines for both business and personal […]

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  • Spam Musubi

    Spam Musubi

    I can officially confirm that Barack Obama will be our first Asian Pacific American president. Not only does he have an Indonesian American half-sister, a Chinese Canadian brother-in-law, several APA staffers, many APA friends and years spent living in Hawai‘i and Indonesia, but he and […]

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  • Delicious Irony

    Delicious Irony

    Former Philippine News publisher Alex Esclamado received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Philippine American Press Club (PAPC) last Dec. 20. As Alex was too ill to travel from his home in Raleigh, N.C., I had the honor of accepting the award as I have […]

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  • Daily Dose: 12/22/08

    Daily Dose: 12/22/08

    » AsianWeek Market Report » Owners of Asian Massage Parlors Plead Guilty » Korean American Unemployment at a 34-Year High » S.F. Police Chief Heather Fong Announces Retirement » Court-Interpreting Careers Available Statewide Despite Economic Downturn » NAACP Reports Says TV Networks Lag in Diversity […]

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  • Droodles

    Droodles

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  • ‘Overseas Chinese’ Return to Homeland

    ‘Overseas Chinese’ Return to Homeland

    Americans reconnect with roots for business, cultural exchanges When more than 100 “overseas Chinese” — individuals of Chinese ancestry residing outside of China — were invited by the Chinese government to tour select areas of the country, it turned out to be much more than […]

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  • Cathay Post Thanks Veterans

    Cathay Post Thanks Veterans

    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 […]

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