Archive for October 11th, 2012

  • Psy in Gangnam Style

    Gangnam Style Video Upends Crossover Success Myths

    Anthropologists and linguists no doubt are having a field day trying to chronicle and dissect how, in the early autumn of 2012, “Gangnam Style” became an American idiomatic expression. It stands for something along the lines of a brash, flamboyant way of doing things, clownishness, […]

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  • Learn To Make Kimchi From Korean Center

    Learn To Make Kimchi From Korean Center

    As part of the Korean Center’s “Experience Korea Series” the public is invited to come and learn how to make Kimchi on Tuesday, October 23. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1362 Post St. in San Francisco. The cost […]

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    Wu Yee Children’s Services Announces New Executive Director

    The Board of Directors of Wu Yee Children’s Services is pleased to announce the selection of Monica Walters as the new Executive Director; Monica will assume her new leadership role with the nonprofit agency effective today, October 10, 2012. Ms. Walters joins Wu Yee from […]

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  • AsiaAlive

    Traditional Filipino Script to Be Introduced at Asian Art Museum on Oct. 19

    This fall AsiaAlive features sets of artists working in different media and traditions, engaging the public through interactive demonstrations, and explaining how their art forms relate to traditional calligraphy and writing styles. New Traditions: Simula x Gen The collaboration between Baybayin (pre-Spanish Filipino script) artist […]

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  • Kaya Video

    Filipino American Artists Encourages Community to Vote in New PSA

    San Francisco, CA – With the start of Filipino American History Month, political grassroots organization KAYA: Filipino Americans for Progress (KAYA) debuted a get-out-the-vote public service announcement (PSA) featuring several prominent Filipino American celebrities to help encourage voter registration and awareness in the Filipino American […]

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    Potstickers Returns Next Week

    Potstickers will return next Thursday. In the meantime, read Samson Wong’s story on Asian Pacific Americans and domestic violence in San Francisco at and follow him on Twitter at @SFPotstickers in between his Thursday columns.

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