Archive for August, 2013

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    Covered California Presents First Television Ads to Kickoff Statewide Marketing Campaign

        SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Covered California™ unveiled the first phase of its advertising and marketing campaign that will inform Californians about the new era of health care coverage arriving in 2014. The campaign, rolling out next week, will promote the new insurance marketplace through television […]

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  • Performers from Kaulana Na Pua O Hawaii.A Polynesian Heritage Night performance on the field at AT&T Park.

    Polynesian Heritage Night at AT&T Park

    The SF Giants hosted Polynesian Heritage Night against the Pittsburgh Pirates last week on Orange Friday in the second game of a four game series.Special event festivities started at 5pm in Seals Plaza, which included Island Music from Pacific Vibes (OZCAT Radio 89.5FM), a Polynesian instrumental, two Polynesian group […]

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A Grand Tasting of International Street Foods Prepared by Star Chefs

    EMERYVILLE, CA  – OneVietnam recently announced a star-chef-studded charity gala to be held on October 5th inside San Francisco’s historic Ferry Building.     Street Eats is a celebration of the contributions immigrants have made to California’s culture and diversity.  Fifteen Bay Area star chefs will roll […]

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    Philippine Development Foundation Kicks Off Filipino American History Month With Benefit Concert Featuring Tony® Award Winner Lea Salonga

        SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Philippine Development Foundation (PhilDev) is proud to announce its annual fundraising gala with a live performance by Tony Award winner Lea Salonga at San Francisco’s Nourse Auditorium at City Arts on Saturday, October 5that 8p.m. Salonga’s performance at the benefit concert […]

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  • Autumn Moon Festival 2013

    San Francisco Celebrates 23rd Annual AT&T Autumn Moon Festival

          Once again, the streets of historic Chinatown will be transformed into a lively, colorful pedestrian bazaar for the 23rd Annual AT&T Autumn Moon Festival on September 14-15, 2013 produced by the Chinatown Merchants Association. For two days, Saturday and Sunday, San Francisco […]

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    Celebrating 40 Years of Making a Difference

          San Jose, CA- Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) will be celebrating its 40th anniversary on Sept. 7th, with a gala to honor its original 12 founders and community leaders, and fundraise for its health and human service programs: Saturday, Sept. 7, […]

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    Potstickers Back Next Week

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

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  • Andrew Lam

    Immigration Stories That Will Belong to America

        For the refugees who left Vietnam on boats and in helicopters, the journey home has been long and strange, if home has been found at all. It has been almost forty years since the fall of Saigon, when Andrew Lam and his family […]

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    Adobo Festival Invades Milpitas This Weekend

      “MAGNIFICO”! That, in a word, is the essence of food. delectable, irresistible, magical, lighting fires in the heart. Once again, the most sought-after Filipino dish, the ADOBO, is coming your way. J. S. Camins Productions in cooperation with Fil-Am Association of Milpitas Corp. and […]

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  • Mee Moua, president and executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC

    Asian Americans Commemorate and Participate in March on Washington’s 50th Anniversary

        WASHINGTON–Mee Moua, president and executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC, delivered the following remarks at the Lincoln Memorial as part of Wednesday’s “Let Freedom Ring” celebration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington: “I was born in […]

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