Archive for March, 2013

  • SF Hep B Free Delegation with Dr. John Ward and staff at Center for Disease Control and Prevention Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia

    SF Hep B Free Meets with National Leaders in D.C. & Atlanta on Efforts to End Hepatitis B Disease

        San Francisco, CA— A delegation from SF Hep B Free led by Honorary Chairperson Fiona Ma and Chairperson Dr. Stuart Fong met with Congressional leaders, and leaders from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington DC and the U.S. Centers for Disease […]

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    Three Asian Brands Featured at World of Whiskies Expo in SF

        Bay Area whisky lovers are in for a treat as the 14th Annual Whiskies of the World Expo returns to San Francisco on April 6th at the Hornblower Yacht located at Pier 3 in the Embarcadero. Attendees will have the chance to sample a […]

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  • Assembly Speaker John Perez (right) and Assemblyman Paul Fong at 84th Chinese Medicine Day Celebration Banquet (Courtesy of Nick Hardeman)

    UNION GUY TALKS BUSINESS, FISCAL RESTRAINT TO THE LEES

          UNION GUY TALKS BUSINESS, FISCAL RESTRAINT TO THE LEES Can’t go Wong with greeting anyone as “Mr. Lee” or “Ms. Lee” at recent Lee Ong Dong Family Association function inside Far East Cafe as every guest wore some St. Patrick Day green as in a green buck wrapped […]

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  • Martin Kim

    Martin E. Kim: Ushering in Ryu-Mania

        For the past 10 years, I’ve been deleting messages with the subject line “Reminder about your invitation from…” but Martin Kim, a marketing strategy, strategic planning, and social media marketing expert got me to succumb to LinkedIn.   Kim who is fluent in English, Korean […]

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    Daily Dose: 03/26/13

    Daily Dose March 26, 2013 Georgia’s Asian Americans Face Voting Difficultie During the 2012 presidential election Asian American voters in Georgia faced several obstacles: they were asked to prove their citizenship, lacked access to translators or interpreters when reviewing ballots, and had their names misspelled […]

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  • Chinese Historical and Cultural Project officers receive plaque of commendation from San Jose City Council

    On the Scene: Start of a Busy Year

      THE START OF A BUSY YEAR The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project celebrated their 25th anniversary in early January and they are off and running with new officers.  Recently installed at its annual meeting at the China Stix Restaurant, Santa Clara are the following leaders who will carry this […]

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  • Vagina Monologues

    Filipina Women’s Network Presents the Vagina Monologues

    V-Day Filipina Women’s Network 2013 Presents a Benefit Production of Eve Ensler’s THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES WITH Women of Color United Against Violence April 5, 2013, Friday, 7:30pm Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco Tickets: www.CityBoxOffice.com or 415.392.4400 $28 FWN Members, Seniors & Students $38 General […]

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  • Grindz's chicken and waffles

    Get Hawaiian Fix at Grindz

        Have a craving for some Hawaiian food? Checkout Grindz for their Chicken and Waffles and Loco Moco; they’re a must try! My wife and I ordered to-go this time, but would definitely go back for more. Food: Chicken and Waffles – Chicken Katsu, spam and […]

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  • KSW event

    In Our Own Words: Sri Lankan Women Writers in Conversation

      In conjunction with Women’s History Month, Kearny Street Workshop proudly presents In Our Own Words: Sri Lankan Women in Conversation. Women writers from the global Sri Lankan diaspora representing Sinhalese, Tamil, and Bergher ethnicities will read from their body of work, and engage in a panel […]

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  • Posticker Sig revised

    Postickers Back Next Week

        Potstickers will be off today and return next Thursday, March 28. Readers can still follow @SFPotstickers daily on Twitter.

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