Archive for January 4th, 2012

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

    Public Invited to Mayor Ed Lee’s Inauguration on Jan. 8

    San Francisco, CA—Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced plans for the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony on Sunday, January 8, 2012 in City Hall. “This inauguration will be a reflection of the people of San Francisco and celebrate the deeply committed communities that make our City world […]

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  • Although the Gold Rush began in earnest in 1849, large groups of Chinese miners did not arrive in California until 1852.

    Significant Dates in Asian American/Chinese American History

    Chinese American Heroes presents this series of significant dates in Asian American and Chinese American history in celebration of the start of 2012.  This is by no means a comprehensive list of events due to our limited time and resources for research.  For the same […]

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  • Irony Is Chinese Squeezing Out Asian American College Students

    Irony Is Chinese Squeezing Out Asian American College Students

    Education News picked up the Bloomberg story that a hardworking son of Korean immigrants was turned down by all of the University of California campuses he applied to, not just Berkeley and UCLA (University of Caucasians Living Among Asians) but also San Diego. He had […]

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