Archive for September 10th, 2013

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    Cultural Stigma Hurts Asian American Teens with Depression

      Editor’s Note: The following article is part 1 of  a series on Asian Americans and mental health by New America Media and is reprinted with permission. It was late on a school night—3 a.m.—and Tracy’s 17-year-old son, Jason, was still playing video games in their one-bedroom […]

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    SF Multimedia Producer Makes Top 40 Single in the Millennial Generation Way

        San Mateo, CA – If you were part of the dance-club scene in the mid-90s, then you’ll likely remember the Top 40 single “Do You Miss Me?” performed by Jocelyn Enriquez and written by Glenn Gutierrez. The single peaked on several Billboard charts, including […]

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    2013 Vintage Couture Ball Takes Place Sept. 28

    The Vintage Couture Ball on the Fillmore will take place Sept. 28 from 7:30pm to 1:30am. Celebrating 100 years of San Francisco fashion and night life. Included is a special salute and recognition of early immagrant participation & contributions to the San Francisco Jazz period, […]

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  • AACI Board members Gerrye Wong, Vi Ojakian, Ernesto Orduna, Edwin Aquino,  ED Michele Lew

    Exciting Events in the Fall

    A 40th Anniversary is really is something to celebrate about and Asian Americans for Community Involvement did themselves proud with an 800 patrons crowd at the Santa Clara Marriott Hotel.  Putting everyone in celebratory mood, a happy employee-led “Flash Mob” danced in the lobby to surprise and lead the rousing crowd into […]

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