Archive for February 10th, 2012

  • APAHA

    Houston Area’s Asian American Students “Go Green” in Art Contest

    HOUSTON – The Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA), with support from Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), recently announced the “Go Green” Art Contest,  aimed at engaging Asian/Pacific American high school students to express environmental issues  – such as sustainability, clean air, water quality, renewable energy and recycling […]

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  • From left to right: Marianne Babal, Wells Fargo Historian, Sue Lee, Chinese Historical Society of America Executive Director, Maggie Mui, Regional Director of Diverse Segments at Wells Fargo, and Tracy Curtis, President of Wells Fargo's SF Market.

    Wells Fargo Showcases Historical 160-Year Relationship with the Bay Area Asian American Community

    SAN FRANCISCO - Wells Fargo hosted an afternoon reception with 15 local Bay Area Asian media outlets on Feb. 9, to showcase the company’s 160-year relationship with the Bay Area’s Asian American community. The reception was held at the Wells Fargo Museum located at 420 […]

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  • US Ambassador to the Philippines Harry K. Thomas Jr.

    Telltale Signs: Straight Talk From The US Ambassador

    SAN FRANCISCO – Though straight talk at an open forum in Manila got US Ambassador to the Philippines Harry K. Thomas Jr. in hot water last September when he volunteered an estimate of the number of foreign male tourists who visit the Philippines for sex […]

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  • Arts of the Pacific

    Fabulous San Francisco Arts of the Pacific Asia Show

    Considered one of the best Asian art shows in America, the 16th Annual San Francisco Arts of the Pacific Asia show, Feb. 3-5 featured more than 70 private and international galleries, showcasing over 10,000 pieces of museum-quality textiles, sculptures, jewelry and antiques from mainland and […]

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  • Josh, Susan, Braden and Charlie Powell in happier days

    Demons and Saints: The Murder of Josh and Susan Powell’s Family

    Josh, Susan, Braden and Charlie Powell in happier days [Complete timeline on my blog] Asianweek is supposed to be about Asian American stories, not about Ex-Mormon Dads from Hell. Yet  as a Seattle resident, and a Christian Asian American Dad who feels a bit of […]

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