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    Money where your Mouth is: Pacquiao vs Marquez

        By-  Ivan V. Natividad Las Vegas, Nev.-  Tonight Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez meet for a fourth, and final bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.  Considering the history between the two welterweights (2 close, controversial wins for Pacquiao and a […]

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    Pacquiao-Marquez Weigh-In

        By- Ivan V. Natividad Las Vegas, Nev.- Manny Pacquiao weighed in at 147-pounds, four-pounds heavier than his opponent Juan Manuel Marquez, who came in at 143.1-pounds.  This may give Pacquiao a 4-7 pound weight advantage come tomorrow night when the duo look to […]

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  • Lou Seal energizes the crowd with his grass skirt, ukulele, shades, and of course 2010 World Series Championship ring. Photo by Michael Jeong.

    SF Giants Celebrate Polynesian Community

    Last Wednesday, the San Francisco Giants hosted Polynesian Heritage Night. After the Giants won the first two games of a four game series against the Colorado Rockies, Polynesian Heritage ticket-holders were excited to celebrate Polynesian culture with song, dance, food, and of course another hopeful SF Giants […]

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    SF Giants Pay Tribute to Bruce Lee

    He paved the way for stars like Jackie Chan, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Steven Seagal.   The first true action star of the silver screen was Martial Arts expert Bruce Lee.  The San Francisco native starred in five films in his brilliant but brief career that […]

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    MacCanDo Student Athlete Sets New League Record

    On May 5, 2012 Enzo Villadolid and Trevor Claros, each with a distance of 15-7.50, tied for first place in the Long Jump Youth Boys Division at the local invitational meet. Gold medals were awarded to both these dedicated MacCanDo student athletes. In MacCanDo’s eight-year […]

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    Is Jeremy Lin the NBA’s version of Tim Tebow?

    Interview after Interview, New York Knick’s Jeremy Lin attributed his recent success to Christianity—his faith—and to Jesus Christ, the savior of his faith. Jeremy Lin is a devout Christian.  We get it. But we might not get the ramifications of his recent success. For instance, […]

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    Japan Society of Northern California celebrated US-Japan baseball relations at the 25th Annual Award of Honor Gala

    The Japan Society of Northern California (JSNC) celebrated US-Japan baseball relations on its 25th Annual Award of Honor Gala at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco on November 5th, honoring the San Francisco Giants, the Oakland Athletics and renowned members of Nippon Professional Baseball after they […]

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    Vietnamese Heritage Night With The San Jose Earthquakes

    Enjoy a night of soccer with the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, October 22nd and support Hep B Free Santa Clara County, a campaign to make Santa Clara County the first hepatitis-free county in the nation. The campaign is a grass roots movement made up of a coalition of health […]

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    Opinion: Asian Americans need to actively question Asian American stereotypes

    Bob Oschack, a comedian and “investigative reporter” for Fox Sports, visited the University of Southern California, asking USC students for their thoughts on the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Utah joining USC as members of Pacific 10 football conference. Oschack did not […]

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    News Analysis: Hideki Irabu’s inflated Major League ERA as one cause behind his death.

    Last Wednesday, former Major League Pitcher, Hideki Irabu, was found dead in his Rancho Paolos Home. Authorities ruled his death as a suicide because he hung himself. As baseball mourns his death and reflect back on his career, let us reflect back on his Major […]

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