Archive for May 18th, 2009

  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 05/18/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 05/18/09

    >> Women Immigrants Change America (and Themselves) >> 67 years later, Japanese students graduate >> Will Judy Chu change California’s 32nd district? >> Chinese officials urges mainland businesses to invest in Taiwan, plan purchasing mission >> Chinese exporters say they face hard times

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  • Tell Tale Signs: Judicial License to Rape

    Tell Tale Signs: Judicial License to Rape

    By Rodel E. Rodis The historic symbol of justice, Justitia, is usually depicted as a blindfolded woman carrying a sword in one hand and, on the other, weighing scales to measure the strength and weakness of a case. Over the years, quite a few have […]

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  • Proclamation from Gov. Schwarzenegger on API Heritage Month

    Proclamation from Gov. Schwarzenegger on API Heritage Month

    PROCLAMATION It would be hard to imagine a California without the wonderful influence of our Asian Pacific Islander residents, whose customs have become an indelible part of our cultural fabric. The people of the Asia-Pacific region have not only played an integral role in the […]

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  • Chinese American Hero: Jerry Yang

    Chinese American Hero: Jerry Yang

    This is Week 9 of AsianWeek’s salute to Chinese American Heroes, and this week, we are going to talk about entrepreneurs, people who start businesses which create many American jobs and upon which even the biggest multinational corporations are based. So who are the Chinese […]

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