Archive for August 17th, 2009

  • Asian Men Lead in Cosmetic Surgery Increase

    Asian Men Lead in Cosmetic Surgery Increase

    By Vivian Po, New America Media Last year, Frank Chang spent about $1,500 on non-surgical cosmetic procedures. This year, the 35-year-old Chinese American may go a step farther. “I may be getting a lift for my eyes,” said Chang. “The reason I am not doing […]

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  • Francis Jue Stars in Hwang’s Yellow Face

    Francis Jue Stars in Hwang’s Yellow Face

    H.Y.H. (Francis Jue, left) explains the American dream to his son, D.H.H. (Pun Bandhu, right) in the Bay Area premiere of YELLOW FACE at TheatreWorks. Photo by: David Allen TheatreWorks, the nationally acclaimed theatre of Silicon Valley, brings back Broadway star Francis Jue to star […]

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  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 08/17/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 08/17/09

    >> Advancing Justice Conference, Oct. 29-30 >> “Closer than Ever” – a Lodestone Theatre Ensemble >> Director Justin Lin And Friends Launches New Blog >> East West Announces Magazine 
Re-Launch Cover Design Contest >> Lea Salonga Performs at Pechanga Resort

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  • Chinese American Heroine: Winnifred Eaton

    Chinese American Heroine: Winnifred Eaton

    Name in English: Winnifred Eaton Name in Chinese: 威妮弗蕾德•伊通 [威妮弗蕾德•伊通] Name in Pinyin: Wēi Nī Fú Lěi Dé ∙ Yī Tòng Gender: Female Birth Year: 1875-1954 Birth Place: Montreal, Canada

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  • Week 22: Chinese American Heroes

    Week 22: Chinese American Heroes

    This is Week 22 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. Chinese American creativity has advanced civil rights in America, opened […]

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  • StoryBank Spotlights Health Care Experiences of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders

    StoryBank Spotlights Health Care Experiences of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders

    Oakland – The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), in recognition of National Health Center Week, recently introduced its online StoryBank collection that features the perspectives and experiences of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islander (AA&NHOPIs) served by AAPCHO member centers. […]

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