Archive for August 18th, 2009

  • Ten FAQs of Census 2010

    Ten FAQs of Census 2010

    By Jun Wang, New America Media Last month, New America Media convened the fifth of 10 roundtable discussions between officials from the U.S. Census Bureau in Washington and its regional offices and ethnic media reporters in cities across the country. More than 70 media practitioners from […]

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  • First Asian To Win PGA Title: Y.E. Yang’s Victory Over Tiger Woods Inspires

    First Asian To Win PGA Title: Y.E. Yang’s Victory Over Tiger Woods Inspires

    A groundbreaking win last Sunday propelled Korean golfer Y.E. Yang into rock star status in the golf world and in Asian communities across the globe.  An underdog in a game facing the titan, Y.E. Yang beat out Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship to become […]

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  • Daily Dose & Announcements: 08/18/09

    Daily Dose & Announcements: 08/18/09

    >> Chinese Americans Start Relief Campaign To Help Typhoon Victims In Taiwan >> Japanese American Group Outraged By Film >> American Graduates Finding Jobs in China >> Journalists Offended By Commentary On Asian Women >> Kim Dae-jung, 83, Ex-President of South Korea, Dies >> New […]

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  • Chinese American Hero: Ming Cho Lee

    Chinese American Hero: Ming Cho Lee

    Name in English: Ming Cho Lee Name in Chinese: 李名觉 [李名覺] Gender: Male Birth Year: 1930 Birth Place: Shanghai, China Current location: New York, New York Philanthropy: Yes

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  • Thousands Celebrate Filipino Culture and Cuisine

    Thousands Celebrate Filipino Culture and Cuisine

    Thousands filled Yerba Buena Gardens on Aug. 8 and 9, enjoying the sunshine and blue skies, and could be seen munching on lumpia, pancit, adobo, halo halo, and other Filipino delicacies as they walked around the 16th annual Pistahan Parade and Festival.  The event – […]

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