Archive for January, 2013

  • balineseworkshop

    KSW Hosts Balinese Dance Workshop

        February 16, 2013, 3:00- 7:00 PM February 17, 2013, 1:00 – 7:00 PM ARC Studios & Gallery 1246 Folsom @ 8th St. San Francisco, CA 94103 Tuition: $75 (includes cost of materials) Facebook Page Learn to incorporate traditional Southeast Asian dance moves from the […]

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  • Ro Khanna has serious dough to challenge Rep. Mike Honda (Courtesy of


        President Barack Obama (see, 1/29/13 at and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s endorsements of South Bay Rep. Mike Honda, 71, made for preemptive strikes against any potential challenger – particularly the President’s former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce Ro Khanna. Obama […]

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    Linsanity Comes to CAAMFest Opening Night

    SAN FRANCISCO – Today CAAMFest will release early bird ticket sales for two of its most anticipated nights: LINSANITY Opening Night Film and Gala (Thursday, March 14, 2013, 7pm at the Castro Theatre and 9:30pm at the Asian Art Museum) and DOSA HUNT New Directions Launch […]

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  • TAP Scholarship

    Bay Area Taiwanese American Community Scholarship

        Started in 2012 by Taiwanese American Professionals – SF Chapter (TAP-SF) and supported by TAP’s parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (TACL), the annual Bay Area Taiwanese American Community Scholarship recognizes outstanding SF Bay Area high school students who demonstrate leadership potential and […]

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  • Acoustic duo Charito Soriano and FunkCH3N

    NAAAP-SF & Macy’s Host Chinese New Year Benefit Reception

        Join the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) as they kick off the festivities to bring in the Year of the Snake! NAAAP is partnering with Macy’s Union Square and Kollaboration for an exclusive night of fashion, live music, amazing food, and free cocktails at their Lunar New Year […]

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  • Hannah Song

    Hannah Song: Pursuing Humanity for North Koreans

        The Kim Family lived like animals. Heather lived in constant hunger. Shin was born in a political prison camp and watched his mother and brother executed before his eyes.  This family and thousands of others are suffering and Hannah Song is stepping up […]

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    Environmental Contest for Bay Area Asian American High School Students

          San Francisco, CA – The Chinese American Environmental Professionals Association (CAEPA) and the Asianweek Foundation (AWF) recently announced its Environmental Contest for Bay Area Asian American High School Students. Students can submit power point presentations of an environmental issue of their choice […]

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  • Smiler Greely and his family.

    AAJC Welcomes President Obama’s Plan for Immigration and Family Reunification

      WASHINGTON – Today President Barack Obama unveiled his plan for commonsense immigration reform. In reiterating his commitment to fix our broken immigration system, he outlined four general themes: update our antiquated immigration system to keep families together, strengthen border security, hold employers accountable for unfair […]

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  • Obama and Honda DNC

    President Obama Endorses Rep. Mike Honda for Re-election

      WASHINGTON, DC/SAN JOSE, CA  — President Barack Obama has issued the following statement endorsing Representative Mike Honda (CA-17) for re-election in 2014: “Congressman Mike Honda is the right leader for the 17th district.  Together, we’ve worked hard these last four years to bring meaningful, positive change […]

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  • Diana Weng

    Mixed Race Beauty Wins Miss Singtao Pageant

            Diana Weng became the new Miss Sing Tao last December. She’s half Chinese, half Mexican, and her mixed heritage inspired her to try out for the pageant. A sophomore at San Francisco State University with double major in Spanish and dance, […]

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