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  • OACC

    OACC Hosts Harvest Moon Festival on Sept. 6

        The Oakland Asian Cultural Center is excited to invite the public to attend their Harvest Moon Festival on September 6 at 7 p.m. The event will be an excellent way to enter the Fall season with an abundance of exhilarating, high quality performances.  Harvest Moon will […]

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    Project by Project Hosts 5th Annual Plate by Plate

    Project by Project’s 5th annual fundraising food and wine gala, Plate by Plate, will feature tastes from 30 acclaimed restaurants including notables such as Campton Place, Farallon, and Socola Chocolatier, as well as a large selection of beverages that include Boutique Sake, Peju Province Winery, […]

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    In Asia, Cheating to the Test

      CNN recently reported that college applications from Chinese foreign students to the US sounded exactly the same. In fact, one admission officer read a phrase in one of the applications that sent up red flags: “Insert girl’s name here.” The number of Chinese students in the United […]

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    Fil-Am’s New Autobiographical Solo Play Calls for End of Rape Kit Backlog

      SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The bizarre aftermath of being drugged and raped after attending San Francisco’s Bay to Breaker’s is spotlighted in THE HAZE, a provocative new autobiographical play by Filipino American writer and performer Heather Marlowe. This piece will be performed 12 times during […]

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    SUGAR & SPRITE, OR WAS THAT SPITE

        American Beverage Association’s $5,000 donation this spring to non-partisan, non-profit Chinese American Voters Education Committee makes for interesting dynamic. ABA’s been spreading goodwill in SF to fight Supervisor Eric Mar’s two cents per ounce soda tax. Among them was David Lee, director of CAVEC, a non-partisan voter registration and […]

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    ‘Future is Rich’ for City College of San Franciso, Says Chancellor

      SAN FRANCISCO – This week marks the start of the fall semester at City College of San Francisco, which celebrates its 80th anniversary next year. Even as the fight to retain its accreditation continues, school administrators say they are working to ensure CCSF’s survival […]

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    Immunization Program Protects Babies From Hepatitis B

        By Janet Byron, Senior Communications Specialist, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research The transmission of hepatitis B from mother to child has been virtually eliminated in Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California region, thanks to a program which ensures that babies receive all recommended […]

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    Hill Physicians Asian Heritage Street Celebration Honored Local Community Groups and Schools

        The AsianWeek Foundation and the Tenderloin Economic Development Project hosted the Hill Physicians Asian Heritage Street Celebration Honorees Reception and Volunteer Appreciation Party on Wed. Aug. 13 at Twitter. The event sponsored by Twitter, honored several not-for-profit organizations for their work in the Asian Pacific […]

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    CAAMFest San Jose Returns September 4-7, 2014

        SAN FRANCISCO – The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is thrilled to announce the return of CAAMFest San Jose, taking place September 4-7, 2014. CAAMFest San Jose brings the innovative sprit and forward thinking of CAAM’s annual CAAMFest to the South Bay for […]

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  • Bad Asians

    Six of the Baddest Asian Pacific American Comedians Come to Knock on SF’s Door

    Are you the one who knock-knocks? If you are, you just might be bad enough for the BAD ASIANS comedy showcase. Presented by API Cultural Center, Bindlestiff Studio, and The Colossal Show on Saturday, August 9th, 2014 at 8:30 p.m., Bad Asians is featuring the […]

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