Archive for June 14th, 2009

  • New ESL and Computer Classes at Chinese Newcomers Service Center

    New ESL and Computer Classes at Chinese Newcomers Service Center

    As an immigrant in the U.S., do you have difficulties in work and life because of English? Do you have basic computer skills which can greatly benefit your work and life? Sponsored by Western Union, Chinese Newcomers Service Center will open new ESL and computer […]

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  • On the Scene

    On the Scene

    By Gerrye Wong SUMMER TRAVELS Branson On My Mind Travelers throughout the world recognize the name of the little town of Branson, MO as it has often been named the second most popular family travel destination in the middle lands of the US, second only […]

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  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 06/15/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 06/15/09

    >> NAPCA Helpline Receives Seattle’s 2009 “Innovative Program” Award >> Relay for Life >> JCCCNC Offering Beginning Ceramics for Youth >> Defendant Sentenced to 200 Years-to-Life for Triple Homicide and Double Attempted Murder in Japantown and Visitacion Valley Shootings >> APAture Happy Hour Special

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  • Shoji Tabuchi Draws Thousands to Branson Annually

    Shoji Tabuchi Draws Thousands to Branson Annually

    By Gerrye Wong Whenever one talks about the small Missouri town of Branson, the first fact says that it offers over 100 shows in its up to 20 theatres. The second sentence out will be that the best show that is everyone’s favorite is that […]

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  • Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Scholarship

    Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Scholarship

    On May 29, 2009, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), San Francisco Chapter, a non-profit organization composed of Asian Pacific American union members, celebrated the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a fundraising dinner award night at the Cathedral Hill Hotel in San Francisco. […]

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