Archive for July 2nd, 2009

  • Play Review: Fayette Nam

    Play Review: Fayette Nam

    By Annie Chan Aurorae Khoo’ new dark comedy Fayette Nam is a rare gem, bridging cross-cultural barriers with a grace every American should observe. The play features a first generation Chinese immigrant mother and her rebellious pyromaniac, ivy-league bound daughter’s love triangle with a young […]

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  • Dance Benefit for Asian Women’s Shelter

    Dance Benefit for Asian Women’s Shelter

    Hawaiian comedian Andy Bumatai and popular local band PULSE will be performing at the “Friends Reunited” 2nd Annual Dance to benefit the Asian Women’s Shelter. This event will be on Saturday, August 8, 2009, 8:00pm – 12:00am, at Hotel Kabuki, 1625 Post St. San Francisco. […]

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  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/02/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/02/09

    >> Immigrants Have Growing Role in Virginia Politics >>Call for Nominations: Outstanding Woman of the Year Award >>2nd Annual Safe Fest >>16th Annual Pistahan Parade and Festival >> OCA-OC’s Backpack and School Supplies Drive and BBQ Picnic >> Stand Up for APAture (Co-presented with hoboFish […]

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  • Chinese American Heroine: Edith Maude Eaton

    Chinese American Heroine: Edith Maude Eaton

    Name in English: Edith Maude Eaton Name in Chinese: 水仙花 Name in Pinyin: Sui Sin Far Gender: Female Birth Year: 1865-1914 Birth Place: Macclesfield, England

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