Archive for July 22nd, 2009

  • Ronald Takaki – a Multicultural Life

    Ronald Takaki – a Multicultural Life

    Editor’s Note: Ronald Takaki, often called the “father of multicultural studies,” who helped establish UC Berkeley’s undergraduate Ethnic Studies major and Ph.D. programs passed away this year. This Thursday a community memorial service in San Francisco will celebrate his life and launch a grassroots petition […]

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  • Cathay Post Mourns Loss of Commander Bok Pon

    Cathay Post Mourns Loss of Commander Bok Pon

    American Legion Post #384, known as Cathay Post, lost their Hero Commander Bok Pon on Tuesday, July 21, 2009.  Commander Pon learned that he was another Chinese American victim of Hepatitis B three years ago, and his physician gave him the dire warning that he […]

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  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/22/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/22/09

    >> Cultural Psychiatry Expert Joins UC Davis Faculty, Holds New Endowed Professorship >> Mayor Gavin Newsom & Supervisor Eric Mar Introduce New Green Financing Program to Fund Energy, Water & Environmental Improvements to SF Buildings >> BakitWhy.com Takes to Hollywood in Celebration of One Year […]

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  • Members of Congress Speak Out on Hepatitis B and C

    Members of Congress Speak Out on Hepatitis B and C

    An Open-to-the-Public Hepatitis B & C Screening hosted by House Representatives on Capitol Hill Draws Crowds and Builds Awareness of the Diseases’ Devastating Effects WASHINGTON, DC – Demonstrating their long-held commitment to the elimination of hepatitis B and C on July 21, Congressman Mike Honda (D-San […]

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  • 4th Annual Adobo Festival in Stockton This Weekend

    4th Annual Adobo Festival in Stockton This Weekend

    STOCKTON – Whether its pork or chicken, scrumptious adobo, an immensely popular Filipino dish, will be featured in the 4th Annual Adobo Festival on July 25 and 26 at the Moose Lodge in Stockton, CA. Celebrating food, entertainment, and camaraderie, the free event will take place […]

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  • Chinese American Philanthropist: Joe Shoong

    Chinese American Philanthropist: Joe Shoong

    Name in English: Joe Shoong Name in Chinese: 周崧 Name in Pinyin: Zhōu Sōng Gender: Male Birth Year: 1879-1961 Birth Place: Dachong Town, Zhongshan County, Guangdong Province, China Philanthropy: Yes

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