Archive for April 3rd, 2014

  • Veronica De La Cruz

    Veronica De La Cruz Named New Anchor For KPIX5/KBCW

      San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose—Veronica De La Cruz has been named an anchor for KPIX 5/KBCW, effective Monday, May 5.   She will co-anchor the weekday 6 p.m.  newscasts on KPIX 5 with Ken Bastida, and the weeknight  10 p.m. newscast on KBCW, also with Ken Bastida. De La Cruz most recently worked for MSNBC, […]

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  • Harold T. Yee

    A Decade Later: Assessing Harold T. Yee and His Place in Chinese America

      By Douglas S. Chan To recall the untimely passing of Chinese American activist Harold T. Yee at the age of 74 ten years ago is to reflect upon the life and times of an American original.  When Harold’s accomplishments are assessed someday by ethnic […]

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    Asians in Politics Here to Stay

      Will there be guilt by ethnic and ethics association in 2014? Board of Equalization member Betty Yee could be one casualty in her bid to succeed State Controller John Chiang against Assembly Speaker John Perez according to observers like USC senior fellow Sherry Bebitch […]

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  • JCCCNC

    JCCCNC to Launch Brand New Website

      San Francisco – The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) is pleased to announce the launch of their brand new website on Saturday, April 19th. Designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, the JCCCNC staff has been hard at work with Flair […]

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    Mayor Lee Announces Certification of Tagalog for Limited English Speakers in SF

      SAN FRANCISCO - Mayor Edwin M. Lee with Board President David Chiu, Supervisors John Avalos and Jane Kim and local community partners yesterday announced the certification of Filipino (Tagalog), the most commonly spoken Filipino language in the Bay Area and the official language of the […]

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    Telltale Signs: Sen. Leland Yee and the Politics of Pay to Play

        No group was more shell shocked than the Bay Area Filipino community by the news last week that State Sen. Leland Yee was arrested by the FBI on seven federal felony charges related to public corruption and gun trafficking charges. It was not […]

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