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    One Billion Rising to End Violence at SF City Hall Feb. 14

        One in three women on the planet will be raped or beaten in her lifetime. One billion women violated is an atrocity. One billion women dancing is a revolution! ********************************************************************** San Francisco – along with people in over 182 countries – will come […]

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  • Ying Lee

    Author Book Talk: Ying Lee with Judith Scherr

    Just published, Ying Lee’s oral history, Ying Lee, From Shanghai to Berkeley, The story of an extraordinary woman facing war, waging peace, fighting disillusionment and inspiring action, is now available to the public. Both Lee and the books editor Judith Scherr will be at a […]

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  • crab feed

    All You Can Eat Crab & Spaghetti Feed to Benefit Nihonmachi Street Fair

    Proceeds will help benefit the Nihonmachi Street Fair! Get your tickets now! $40 per person $15 Kids 12 & Under There will be complimentary shuttle from Japantown Peace Plaza from 4:45pm – 7:00pm (parking is kind of tight near the church). To order tickets, please e-mail: WHEN […]

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  • Asian business team.

    Free Workshop on Starting a Business with Limited Capital

    San Francisco – Can you start a business with limited capital? This is a question that lingers in most minds among wage earners, unemployed and budding entrepreneurs. “It is not a question of can you,” says business director Victor Hsi,“it is more on how do […]

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  • Fred Korematsu Day Celebration takes place Jan. 30

    Fred Korematsu Day Celebration Set for Jan. 30

    The Fred T. Korematsu Institute for Rights and Education, a program of the Asian Law Caucus, is organizing the 1st annual Fred Korematsu Day Celebration on Sunday, Jan. 30. The program includes keynote speaker Reverend Jesse Jackson, spoken word artist Beau Sia, as well as […]

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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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  • Happy Hour with APA Young Professionals

    Happy Hour with APA Young Professionals

    Mingle with SF’s young professionals and learn more about Project by Project (PbP), a national volunteer organization focused on issues in the Asian American community. Here’s your chance to drink, network, and meet Project by Project’s core members. Project by Project is proud to announce […]

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  • Lecture in North Korea: The Human Face Series Continues

    Lecture in North Korea: The Human Face Series Continues

    San Francisco —Korean Center, Inc. (KCI) & the Intercultural Institute of California (IIC) is presenting the second lecture in the North Korea: Human Face program series. This program is co-sponsored by the World Affairs Council, the Center for Pacific Rim, the Japan Policy Research Institute, […]

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  • Calendar: 12/26/08

    Calendar: 12/26/08

    Best Dances of 2008 EVENT: ACPA Fire Crackers 6 DESCRIPTION: The Academy of Chinese Performing Art performs a repertoire of their best dances of 2008. DETAILS: $20-$50, Dec. 20, Foothill College-Smithwick Theatre, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, Calif. CONTACT:

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  • Calendar: 12/19/08

    Calendar: 12/19/08

    Fine Dining at Koji Sake Lounge EVENT: Tasting Event DESCRIPTION: A special food-pairing event featuring a Japanese-inspired tasting menu along with three premium sakes; Dewazakura Dewasansan, Masumi Okuden Kantsukuri and Hoyo Manamusume will be paired with three courses prepared by Chef Emil Marquez. DETAILS: $40, […]

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