Archive for July 30th, 2009

  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/31/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/31/09

    >> Mr. Wayne Norio Tanaka to be Awarded The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette >> 2nd Annual Filipino American Jazz Festival Set for Aug. 8 & 9 >> AREAA/NAHREP Conference >> China’s Anti-Blogging Strategy: Tell the Truth, and Fast >> Filipino […]

    Full Story

  • Filipino Jazz Festival at the Pistahan Aug. 8 & 9

    Filipino Jazz Festival at the Pistahan Aug. 8 & 9

    SAN FRANCISCO – Blaring trumpets fuse with saxophones and drumbeats and to create Pinoy Jazz. Come enjoy the music at the 2nd annual San Francisco Filipino American Jazz Festival. There will be an evening concert at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum held on […]

    Full Story

  • CEI Expands PACE Services to Meet Growing Need in East Bay

    CEI Expands PACE Services to Meet Growing Need in East Bay

    Oakland – The East Bay’s frail seniors and their caregivers soon will have a new option for high-quality geriatric care. On Wednesday, August 12, the Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) will celebrate the opening of its newest Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) […]

    Full Story

  • In the Spotlight: Chinese-American Tim Ouyang, Frontman of ‘Tim Be Told’

    In the Spotlight: Chinese-American Tim Ouyang, Frontman of ‘Tim Be Told’

    Charlottesville, VA. – Tim Be Told has exploded out of the Charlottesville music scene with its own unique soulful pop-rock sound. The band, largely comprised of young Asian Americans, is successfully establishing itself in the mainstream music arena, with performances at major music festivals, countrywide […]

    Full Story

  • A “Thirst” That Satisfies

    A “Thirst” That Satisfies

    I’ve said it before in the pages of Asian Week and I’ll say it again-Korean director Park Chan-Wook may be the most interesting filmmaker working in the world today. If Thirst, his latest effort, doesn’t quite rank with his best films like Old Boy and […]

    Full Story

  • Chinese American Philanthropist: Andrew J.C. Cherng

    Chinese American Philanthropist: Andrew J.C. Cherng

    Name in English: Andrew J.C. Cherng Name in Chinese: 程正昌 Name in Pinyin: Chéng Zhèngchāng Gender: Male Birth Year: 1948 Birth Place: Yangzhou, China Current location: Southern California Philanthropy: Yes

    Full Story

  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/30/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 07/30/09

    >> New Mag Will Cater To South Asians In DC >> Asian and Hispanic Minorities Growing, But More Slowly >> NAPCA Mourns the Passing of Revered Community Leader, Bok Pon >> NAAAP-SF Annual Picnic >> MacCanDo Tenderloin Youth Track Club goes to the AAU National […]

    Full Story