Archive for January 25th, 2013

  • Who’s Behind Militants in Mali and Hostage Terrorists in Algeria?

    Who’s Behind Militants in Mali and Hostage Terrorists in Algeria?

    Asians can find out lots of interesting stuff surfing Iranian media that evidently other Americans don’t think much of.  Take for example, the Tehran-based Mehr News Agency. It is owned by either the “Islamic Ideology Dissemination Organization (IIDO)” which is also  translated as ” Organization of […]

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  • President Barack Obama. Photo by Pete Souza

    President Obama Inauguration 2.0 Man of Words

    Reprinted with permmission  from original by Ken Masugi (I get his posts by friending him on facebook) I wasn’t crazy about the inaugural speech, but maybe it works for what he wants to achieve. JAN 22, 2013 President Obama—Man of Words Filed Under: Abraham Lincoln, Declaration of Independence, Franklin Roosevelt’s […]

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  • Hon. Mike Honda is screened for hepatitis B at the Asian Heritage Street Celebration in 2006.

    NIH Awards AAPCHO Over $700,000 to Study Impact of Health Information Technology on Asian Americans Living with Viral Hepatitis

    First Study to Evaluate Health Information Technology Strategies for Low-Income Asian American and Pacific Islander Populations Infected with Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) OAKLAND, CA – The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) received a 3-year grant totaling over $700,000 from the National Institutes of […]

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  • CAA Flier

    CAA 2013 Membership Meeting Set for Feb. 4

        CAA 2013 Membership Meeting: Coming Together for Just Immigration Policies From local communities to the halls of Congress, communities are joining forces to propose improvements to our nation’s flawed immigration system.  Hear a panel of experts discuss the common sense approaches that can […]

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  • Asian Pacific Fund contest

    Growing Up Asian In America Contest

          Growing Up Asian in America, a signature program of the Asian Pacific Fund, is one of the largest celebrations of Asian heritage in America. Every year, over a thousand Bay Area students in kindergarten through grade 12 submit artwork, essays or poems […]

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  • AACO

    Asian Americans For Community Outreach Host Open House

          Asian Americans for Community Outreach is hosting its Annual Open House and pizza social to kickoff a new year of volunteering and serving the community. Veteran volunteers are invited to catch up with one another and help plan this year’s calendar of […]

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