Archive for November 8th, 2012

  • Election2

    Asians Voted Liberal, Only Whites, Men, Protestants, Israelis Favored Romney

    For more notes, see my blog version The UK’s Daily Mail  had the first good exit poll where I could map out how  the races lined up for and against Obama.  I computed the Obama/Romney vote ratio, and then compared ratios for each group by dividing […]

    Full Story

  • Cambodian Exhibit

    Cambodian Cultural Exhibit Opening in Oakland

      Tonight the public is invited to an opening reception of Rhythm of the Refugee: A Cambodian Journey of Healing at Oakland City Hall located at 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza from 4:30- 6 pm. This exhibit on Cambodians in Oakland features Cambodian refugees and their children in […]

    Full Story

  • Bao Phi and Literature Circle at VAALA

    Vietnamese Literature Circle

    SANTA ANA – Vietnamese American Arts & Letters Association (VAALA) and Common Ground are pleased to co-present an evening of readings and conversation with poets and writers Bao Phi, Lan Duong, Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, and Caroline Kieu-Linh Valverde. The event will take place on Saturday, […]

    Full Story

  • Major appointment of Mayor Edwin Lee (above) is defeated in first run for office. (Photo by Germaine Lau)

    THE MAYOR’S NEW STICK AND SF SUPERVISOR RACES

        DISTRICT 5 (Haight-Ashbury/Japantown, 17% Asian Pacific American residents as of 2010): Call this San Francisco’s version of the GOP’s Akin-Mourdock Senate races with the same result. National Republicans lost a chance to retake the US Senate on Nov. 6 while SF progressives fumbled an automatic District […]

    Full Story

  • Abigail Cheng

    Winning Designs Announced For New San Francisco Public Library Cards

        The Mayor’s Office and San Francisco Public Library are thrilled to present the five winning artwork designs in the Library Card Design Contest. The winning card designs feature penguins, butterflies, rays of sunshine, a fox, and the transformative joy of reading books. Some […]

    Full Story