Archive for July 20th, 2009

  • Voices from the Community: Chinese Playing Baseball

    Voices from the Community: Chinese Playing Baseball

    Chinese Playing Baseball By Ryan Tam (Age 13) Baseball, an American sport invented by a man named Abner Douleday in 1839 is played worldwide. Many countries have professional baseball leagues in which the players play the game as their full time job. Countries such as […]

    Full Story

  • Chinese American Philanthropist: John J. Sie

    Chinese American Philanthropist: John J. Sie

    Click here for more info on John J. Sie.

    Full Story

  • Chinese American Philanthropist: Samuel K. So

    Chinese American Philanthropist: Samuel K. So

    This is Week 18 of AsianWeek’s salute to Chinese American Heroes, in strategic partnership with Chinese American Heroes, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to documenting the contributions of Chinese Americans to America and the world. Ever heard of Chinese American philanthropy? In traditional Chinese thinking, […]

    Full Story

  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/20/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/20/09

    >> Thai Restaurant Accused of Underpaying Labor >> WWII Internees to Receive Honorary Degrees >> San Dimas Hate Crime Gets 22 Years for Attack on Asian Man >> Democrat claims US House seat in California >> Seeking Business Allies, Clinton Connects With India’s Billionaires

    Full Story

  • Community Unites to Celebrate the Life of Ronald Takaki

    Community Unites to Celebrate the Life of Ronald Takaki

    -Memorial will also celebrate launch of grass roots petition to rename Ethnic Studies Library at UC Berkeley in Takaki’s honor - SAN FRANCISCO  – Professor Ronald Takaki, the “father” of multicultural studies and preeminent scholar of American diversity, passed away on May 26, 2009. A […]

    Full Story