Archive for November 10th, 2011

  • Gerrye Wong, Barbara Why and Janet Sang meet a Chengdu panda.

    On the Scene: China’s Changing Landscape

    All of my readers must have guessed by now that China is and will always be my favorite destination in the world, and this was a banner year where I was able to visit three times.  For all of you who wonder why and where […]

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    Will Ed Lee Be a Mayor for San Francisco’s Chinese Americans?

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is reprinted with permission from New America Media. SAN FRANCISCO – Ed Lee’s anticipated win in Tuesday’s mayoral race is a major milestone for Chinese voters, but not all members of the community are celebrating the victory as their own. For […]

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  • Mayor Ed Lee with Sanrio's Chococat, Hello Kitty and Kerropi during the Cherry Blossom Festival in April 2011. (Photo by Angela Pang)

    Double Win In Store For Mayor Lee

    Mayor Ed Lee’s ranked choice victory margin came from Board President David Chiu but not from any of these figures. (Photo by Angela Pang) ROSS A JAIL BIRD?: Mayor Ed Lee, unofficial winner as of Nov. 9 counts, might get a major ducat – filling […]

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    Japan Society of Northern California celebrated US-Japan baseball relations at the 25th Annual Award of Honor Gala

    The Japan Society of Northern California (JSNC) celebrated US-Japan baseball relations on its 25th Annual Award of Honor Gala at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco on November 5th, honoring the San Francisco Giants, the Oakland Athletics and renowned members of Nippon Professional Baseball after they […]

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