Archive for September, 2012

  • 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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  • Jan Yanehiro

    Jan Yanehiro Shares What Every Asian American Women Should Know

    San Francisco, CA – Jan Yanehiro will be the keynote speaker at the Cherry Blossom Alumnae’s 5th Annual CBA Conference on Sunday, October 14, 2012. CBA’s theme this year is “What Every Asian American Woman Should Know.” The CBA conference will be held noon – 3:00 […]

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  • Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Chinese University of Hong Kong Hosts Undergraduate Admissions Seminar

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) will hold an undergraduate admissions talk in San Francisco on Sept. 26, 2012 at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center located at 388 Ninth Street Oakland to provide admissions and scholarships information as well as academic planning advice to US students. […]

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  • APAPA_forum

    11th Annual Voters Education and Candidates Forum To Be Held In Sacramento On Sept. 30

      The Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) is organizing the 11th Annual Voters Education and Candidates Forum set for Sunday September 30, 2012 at CSU-Sacramento located at 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA. The free event is open to the general public and takes place […]

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  • Symphony Supper diners enjoy ambiance of City Hall Rotunda Balcony.

    On the Scene: Sept. 25

    BEAUTY ALL AROUND US When the San Francisco Symphony Gala Opening Night is announced, all the ladies of the area must swarm to their favorite designers to choose their gowns, for this year’s event brought the brightest and best designed dresses of the season.  In tune […]

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  • FarEastWantsYOU

    Pledge to Vote Today!

    There are approximately 18 million Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States, representing nearly 6% of the total population and growing faster than any other racial group.  Despite that, Asian Americans remain one of the most politically under-organized, under-engaged and under-represented constituencies; only 55% […]

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  • Lou Seal energizes the crowd with his grass skirt, ukulele, shades, and of course 2010 World Series Championship ring. Photo by Michael Jeong.

    SF Giants Celebrate Polynesian Community

    Last Wednesday, the San Francisco Giants hosted Polynesian Heritage Night. After the Giants won the first two games of a four game series against the Colorado Rockies, Polynesian Heritage ticket-holders were excited to celebrate Polynesian culture with song, dance, food, and of course another hopeful SF Giants […]

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  • black lava

    Blacklava Shout-Outs to Asia America for 20 Year Anniversary

    For 20 years, Blacklava has been a powerful the voice for Asian America, amplifying thoughtful exchange through provocative T-shirt designs. Owner Ryan Suda has propelled Blacklava into being the source for all-things Asian American. To commemorate Blacklava’s 20th anniversary, a gallery exhibit will illuminate pivotal events of Blacklava […]

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  • Matsuri

    Matsuri: Festivals of Akita through a Photographer’s Lens Presented by Taiko Fujimura and the Consulate General of Japan

    THE EXHIBIT: This is a photography exhibit that focuses on three festivals in Akita, one of Taiko Fujimura’s favorite places in her home, Japan. Photographs range from long range shots of festival participants to close-ups of festival candies or toys. Fujimura gives traditional festival scenes […]

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