Archive for September 26th, 2012

  • Hon. Mike Honda is screened for hepatitis B at the Asian Heritage Street Celebration in 2006.

    Don’t Gamble With Your Liver!

    SAN FRANCISCO (Sept. 26, 2012) - The landmark 5th Annual Hep B Free “B A Hero” Gala, calling for the end of all hepatitis in San Francisco will be held on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at the InterContinental Hotel located at 888 Howard St. in the City. U.S. Representative Mike […]

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  • L-R: OMB Chair Ronnie Ricketts, Walang Hanggan's Coco Martin, Julia Montes, Richard Gomez, Dawn Zulueta, Paulo Avelino and Joem Bascon unite against piracy in OMB-TFC's PSA, "Bawal Kumopya".

    TFC partners with OMB for global anti-piracy campaign

    REDWOOD CITY, CA, September 25, 2012 – “Piracy is wrong.” There is no ifs and buts about it.  Philippine Optical Media Board (OMB) Chair Ronnie Ricketts explained it in simple terms: “Since we were students, we’ve been taught not to copy what is not ours – […]

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  • Michelle Krusiec and Alex Moggridge star in Berkeley Rep’s production of Chinglish, a new comedy from David Henry Hwang which heads for Hong Kong after having its West Coast premiere here.
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    SEPTEMBER 26, 2012 – Due to popular demand, Berkeley Repertory Theatre has added yet another performance to its run of Chinglish– which was already extended by two weeks! Tickets are now on sale for Friday, October 5 (and for all other performances), but Chinglish must close on Sunday, […]

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  • Nomad KSW

    NOMAD: Art From Four Decades Of KSW’S Wanderings Opens Friday

    Kearny Street Workshop proudly presents Nomad: Art from Four Decades of KSW’s Wanderings, a visual art exhibit and 40th anniversary retrospective featuring nine artists, each representing past and present locations that have housed Kearny Street Workshop since its founding. In 1972, a group of young Asian Pacific […]

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  • Korean Culture Day Flier

    20th Annual Korean Day Cultural Festival Set for Oct. 20 in SF

    Korean Day Cultural Festival is the largest cultural celebration in San Francisco Bay  area that attracts more than fifteen thousand celebrants annually. This cultural  celebration has been beloved in over twenty years among many Korean-Americans,  and this festival is now becoming one of the most […]

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