Archive for October, 2012

  • KSW One Size Fits All

    Shop Works by Some of Your Favorite Asian Pacific American Artists!

    One Size Fits All is an annual online art sale featuring over 30 unique works by exciting, mid-career, Asian Pacific American artists from the Bay Area and beyond. While the works range drastically in style, content, and medium, each one began with a simple 8 ½” x 11” sheet […]

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  • Kollaboration-Star-2012_Flyer

    Kollaboration Adds a New Grand Finale Show

    LOS ANGELES, CA – Kollaboration is proud to announce that its newly added show, “Kollaboration Star 2012  – The Finale” will be taking place on Friday, November 16, 2012 at the beautiful Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA. As the capstone to their annual talent competition […]

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  • Uniqlo website

    UNIQLO Launches Online Shopping in the U.S.

    NEW YORK – UNIQLO, the global clothing retailer, is thrilled to announce that the highly anticipated online shopping site is now live to customers and fans throughout the U.S. Just in time for the 2012 holiday season, UNIQLO’s full line of signature products will be available […]

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  • Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.

    Telltale Signs: FILAM VOTERS LEANING TOWARDS Romney?

    According to the recently released poll conducted by the National Asian American Survey (NAAS), “among likely voters, 43% of Asian Americans support Barack Obama while 24% support Mitt Romney.” The same poll disclosed that “in a significant shift from prior surveys, Filipinos who identify as […]

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  • hccnc

    Hawaii Chamber of Commerce of Northern California FINAL 2012 Mixer and World Series Party Tonight

    Join the Hawaii Chamber of Commerce of Northern California (HCCNC) tonight for their final business mixer of 2012 at Paina Lounge and Restaurant located at 1865 Post St. Come to Japantown early to enjoy the sights and stores (like Aloha Warehouse) and munch on some ono […]

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  • Left to right: AARP Manager Ron Mori, George Wacyk, Mr. Charles Yeh, Dr. Charlotte Yeh, Multicultural Markets and Engagement EVP Lorraine Cortes-Vazquez,  Mrs. Sally Yeh, OCA AARP 50+ Fellow June Kao, and VP Multicultural Markets and Engagement David L. Kim. Photo by Rui Barros.

    AARP’s Chief Medical Officer Receives Award from OCA

    Washington, D.C. –Charlotte S. Yeh, M.D., Chief Medical Officer at AARP, was recently awarded a National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Award from OCA, a national association dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans (APA).  She was recognized for her […]

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  • Congressional candidates Tulsi Gabbard (left) of Hawai'i and Otto Lee of California


    LEADING HAWAI’I FOR LIFE: In Hawai’i, 88-year Senate President Pro Tem (3rd in succession line after President Obama) Dan Inouye and his “junior” Senator, 88-year Dan Akaka will outlive most members of Congress. “Junior” is stepping down with Rep. Mazie Hirono lined up to succeed him after she wins the Nov. 6 election…. Hawai’i […]

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  • Oakland Raiders Celebrate Filipino Heritage

    Oakland Raiders Celebrate Filipino Heritage

    Join the Filipino American Arts Exposition in celebrating Filipino culture and community with  the Oakland Raiders, the Raider Nation and the Filipino American community at the RAIDERS MABUHAY FIESTA FILIPINO HERITAGE GAME! Oakland Raiders vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers SUN, NOV 4, 2012 OAKLAND COLISEUM   |   7000 COLISEUM WAY, […]

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    MANAA Criticizes “Cloud Atlas” Film For Yellowface Make-Up & Exclusion Of Asian Actors

    LOS ANGELES-The Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) is criticizing the new Warner Brothers motion picture “Cloud Atlas”—promoted as artistically groundbreaking because its actors swap racial and sexual identities—as business-as-usual in its exclusion and offensive yellow-faced renditions of Asian people. A multi-ethnic epic spanning […]

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  • Jazz singer Jo Canion performs on Oct. 14, 2012, at Yoshi’s jazz club in San Francisco. Backing her up are, from left, pianist Larry Chinn, Ben Luis on bass, Richard Aguon (partly hidden) on drums, and Jonathan Bautista on saxophone. (Photo by Christian Thomas)

    Stars Shine Bright on a Special Night for Fil-Am jazz

    When standouts of Filipino American jazz combine for a concert, you can be sure it’s going to be a memorable night. But when the show also continues groundbreaking work for the community, then the evening becomes truly special. The Fifth Annual San Francisco Filipino-American Jazz […]

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