- Six of the Baddest Asian Pacific American Comedians Come to Knock on SF’s Door
- San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum Announces 2014-2015 Exhibition Schedule
- The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco Presents the 5th Annual Chinatown Music Festival
- Fifth Laotian National Conference Set for This Weekend
- S.F.’s Annual Japanese Pop Culture Extravaganza Attracts Huge Crowds For Music, Anime, Film, Fashion And Ramen
Archive for December 31st, 2008
Posted on December 31, 2008 | 5 CommentsAsianWeek has played a long and significant role in helping develop Asian Pacific America, from publishing the first 1980 U.S. Census data on Asian and Pacific Islanders Americans to co-publishing the most comprehensive textbook analyzing 2000 Census data with UCLA.
Posted on December 31, 2008 | 6 CommentsAs we begin 2009, economists tell us that we are officially in a recession. Some say we are heading into the worst economic conditions since the global Great Depression that lasted from 1929 until the Second World
Posted on December 31, 2008 | 1 CommentStreet artist’s public gifts say ‘everything will be alright’ SAN FRANCISCO – In recent days, little grinning monsters with bulging eyeballs have been spotted around San Francisco, from the benches of Yerba Buena Gardens to BART stations.
Posted on December 31, 2008 | No CommentsExpect San Francisco government employee unions to turn the screws up on incoming supervisors – particularly Eric Mar and David Chiu – after the latest layoffs. Although the city budget is more than $6 billion, Mayor Gavin Newsom and the board face its inflexibility, having […]
Posted on December 31, 2008 | No CommentsAt noon, on Jan. 20, when the 44th President of the United States of America raises his right hand and swears on the Lincoln Bible as he takes office, the United States closes a sordid page of its history and opens a new chapter on […]
Posted on December 31, 2008 | 16 CommentsClint Eastwood in ‘Gran Torino’ Hollywood has a tradition of producing films where the heroic Caucasian protagonist saves the helpless people of color. Think Kevin Costner in Dances with Wolves or Tom Cruise in The Last Samurai — not only do the white characters act […]