Lead Editorial Archive

  • Travis Kiyota

    LIVING WITH PG&E, OUR NEIGHBOR

        A cheap tease – months of complementary cable TV by one utility. Savvy consumers easily sober up when they see the sticker shock in the next bill. That is not the same with PG&E, applying for a rate adjustment with the California Public […]

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  • immigration

    The Time Is Now: Ethnic Media Call for Immigration Reform in 2013

          Editor’s Note: This editorial was produced in association with New America Media (http://www.newamericamedia.org), a national association of ethnic media, and was published by ethnic media across the country to bring attention to the urgency of immigration reform. The White House and Congress […]

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  • Yes 30

    Asian Americans Must Vote Yes on Prop. 30

    Education is the most important building block for a strong society and for personal success. Proposition 30 on this November’s election ballot strengthens education in California, and balances the state’s budget responsibly. The founders and leaders of California knew the value of education and built […]

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  • shell logo

    UNPLUG THE CITY HALL-SHELL GAME

    There’s a boondoggle coming to the residents of San Francisco. In another rush to political correctness, the SF Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider the so-called “CleanPowerSF” deal which would violate consumer choice by promoting one of the biggest air polluters in the world […]

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  • No on A

    No On Proposition A – Keep The City Green and our Green Jobs

    A 2009 California League of Conservation Voters poll documented what we’ve always known growing up in Asian families: Asians and Pacific Islanders are natural environmentalists. We care about preserving resources and the environment for our families and for future generations. In fact, 96% of Chinese […]

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  • Over 200 people attended the "Rebuild CPMC" Rally at City Hall on July 14, 2011.

    Quakes Have No Deadlines – Build CPMC

    San Francisco can quibble about sports stadiums, delay museum construction to preserve murals or stall a community college for immigrants in the name of preserving views or an obscure landmark. However, with California Pacific Medical Center’s $1.9 billion for a Cathedral Hill campus and $250 […]

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  • ‘In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee’ Premieres Tonight on PBS’s POV Series

    ‘In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee’ Premieres Tonight on PBS’s POV Series

    SAN FRANCISCO — Her passport said she was Cha Jung Hee, even though the eight-year-old girl knew that she was not. Yet, over the course of forty years Deann Borshay Liem came to forget that day she arrived in America in March 1966, a transnational […]

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  • Time for immigration Reform is Now

    Time for immigration Reform is Now

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This editorial was produced in association with New America Media (www.newamericamedia.org) a national association of ethnic media, and was published by ethnic media across the country this week to bring attention to the urgency of immigration reform.  The White House and members of Congress must […]

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  • Saluting Chinese American Heroes

    Saluting Chinese American Heroes

    AsianWeek wants to salute Heroes and Noble Contributors in our Asian American community, initially focusing on the largest group of Asian Americans, the Chinese Americans.  With Chinese Americans spread across the nation and in history, this would be formidable and time consuming search, except for […]

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  • To Our Readers

    To Our Readers

    AsianWeek has played a long and significant role in helping develop Asian Pacific America, from publishing the first 1980 U.S. Census data on Asian and Pacific Islanders Americans to co-publishing the most comprehensive textbook analyzing 2000 Census data with UCLA.

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