Archive for October 14th, 2010

  • Daly City houses first national Hep B Screening for the Burmese community

    Daly City houses first national Hep B Screening for the Burmese community

    On Saturday, October 9, the United States Burma Medical Association (USBMA) of Northern California and the Asian Liver Center (ALC) at Stanford held the first local and national Hepatitis B Screening dedicated to the Burmese community at Serramonte Del Rey in Daly City. The event […]

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  • Will Asians Desert Obama Democrats in MidTerms?

    Will Asians Desert Obama Democrats in MidTerms?

    You know, the one group I don’t see ANY coverage of from either side are the Asians. I don’t see hardly any Asians on Glenn Beck. Among the freak show that was the left wing counter-Beck rally which had communists, socialists, unions, LGBT, hispanic, black, […]

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  • Daily Dose: 10/14/10

    Daily Dose: 10/14/10

    Nation >>Chicago Chinese-American Museum reopens after 2008 fire Chicago- After two years, the Chinese-American Museum in Chicago reopened its doors following a drastic fire that burned much of the museum’s collection of artwork. The museum’s reopening has three exhibits, which detail the history of Chinese […]

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  • New Young Oak Center to Serve as Mecca for Korean American Research

    New Young Oak Center to Serve as Mecca for Korean American Research

    “In comparison to Chinese and Japanese Americans, there’s not much concrete data available for Korean Americans,” says Edward Chang, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of California, Riverside. Chang hopes to change that and create a “Mecca for Korean American research” as he […]

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  • Stop Bashing China and Start Leveraging Ties

    Stop Bashing China and Start Leveraging Ties

    You’ve seen them. The ads come from both parties. They almost always feature the black and white images of closed factories with the big stamps of text like “Outsourced to China” in a provocative red. According to a study by the New York Times, this […]

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