Archive for June 10th, 2009

  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 06/11/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 06/11/09

    >> Korean Waitresses Win Settlement for Wrongful Termination and Unpaid Minimum Wage and Overtime >> Public Health Crisis Looms as Gov. Schwarzenegger Proposes Gutting State Funding for HIV/AIDS Services in CA >> Akshaya Patra Partners with Online Shopping Portal OneCause >> The 2nd Annual San […]

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  • Free Euna Lee and Laura Ling

    Free Euna Lee and Laura Ling

    American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were detained by the North Korean government under unclear accusations of illegal border crossing and some vaguely defined crime against the Korean nation. They have been tried behind closed doors and have been sentenced to 12 years of […]

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  • HHS
 Office
 of
 Minority
 Health,
 National 
Health 
Partners 
and 
Local 
Leaders
 Unite
 to
 Advance
 Goals
 &
 Strategies
 for
 Eliminating 
Hepatitis 
B

    HHS
 Office
 of
 Minority
 Health,
 National 
Health 
Partners 
and 
Local 
Leaders
 Unite
 to
 Advance
 Goals
 &
 Strategies
 for
 Eliminating 
Hepatitis 
B

    By 
AAPCHO 
Staff Addressing
 representatives
 from
 federal
 agencies,
 grassroots
 and
 national
 hepatitis
 B
 organizations,
 and others
 gathered
 at
 HHS
 Headquarters
 in
 Washington
 DC
 this
 past
 Tuesday,
 Acting
 Surgeon
 General
 Rear Admiral
 Galson
 spoke
 forcefully:
 “We
 must
 work
 together
 at
 all
 levels
 -
 federal,
 state,
 local,
 […]

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  • PG&E’s Filipino Employees Association Awards $26,500 in College Scholarships

    PG&E’s Filipino Employees Association Awards $26,500 in College Scholarships

    SAN FRANCISCO – Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and its Filipino Employees Association (FEA) today awarded $26,500 in scholarships to 21 college-bound students from northern and central California. Each student received either a $1,000 or $1,500 scholarship in recognition of his or her demonstrated […]

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  • Campaign Academy advocates for open space for families in Chinatown

    Campaign Academy advocates for open space for families in Chinatown

    San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Chinatown is known for its dense population and jammed streets. Public parks and roof top gardens are luxuries for Chinatown residents. While living condition in Single-Room Occupancy (SRO) residential hotels could be dire, open space is especially important to […]

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  • 31st Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival

    31st Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival

    SAN FRANCISCO– From the temples of India to the village squares of Mexico, the 31st Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival is your first class ticket to an unforgettable journey around the world. San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts comes to vivid life in a […]

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  • Kops and Kids Family Day at Serra Bowl

    Kops and Kids Family Day at Serra Bowl

      Justin and Trevor Chee with Broadmoor PD officer Calacal     Hundreds of Bay Area kids bowled with their local police and public safety officers on the 44 lanes of Serra Bowl on Saturday, June 6th. The lanes were filled all day long with […]

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  • Chinese American Hero: Samuel K. So

    Chinese American Hero: Samuel K. So

    Name in English: Samuel K. So Name in Chinese: 苏启深[蘇啟深] Name in Pinyin: Sū Qĭshēn Gender: Male Current location: Stanford University, California Philanthropy: Yes

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