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    Potstickers Back Next Thursday

    Potstickers will be off today and return next Thursday. Readers can still follow @SFPotstickers daily on Twitter.

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  • SF Democratic Party Chair Mary Jung (center) with Recording Party Secretary Kat Anderson (left) and former Party Secretary Leslie Katz (right)

    MARY JUNG STRONG AS SHE FLEXES POWER

      The San Francisco Democratic Party’s governing arm last week decisively rejected a proposal that would have stripped-power from Asian Pacific American (APA) Chair Mary Jung, Treasurer Tom Hsieh from influencing the Party’s highly coveted endorsement mailer sent to 242,000 Democratic voters making up 56% of SF voters. Hene Kelly, a retired […]

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  • Oasis Dining Room Stewards Moises Mopera and Imade Suwitra serve diners Clifford and Susan Chang, Roger and Sylvia Eng.

    CRUISING ON OASIS, THE LARGEST SHIP IN THE WORLD

    CRUISING ON OASIS, THE LARGEST SHIP IN THE WORLD Anxiously looking forward to a winter cruise adventure, our voyage began at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As our plane landed I caught my first glimpse of OASIS OF THE SEAS and the enormity of its size took […]

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  • Allen Okamoto

    REVENGE AGAINST THE ASIAN NERDS

      BLAME GAME: Silicon Valley and San Francisco “historian” Rebecca Solnit is one of the first to use the Google Bus as the symbol of the “techno riche” ruining San Francisco’s affordability, triggering gentrification and Ellis Act evictions. In her Dec. 31 interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, she says “The […]

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  • FredCordova

    Telltale Signs: FRED CORDOVA AND THE PARALLEL UNIVERSE COMMUNITY

        The First Global Filipino Networking Convention, held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center on August 31- Sept.1, 2002, drew 4,000 delegates and featured as keynote speakers Senate President Franklin Drilon, US Secretary of Veterans Affairs Anthony Principi, Loida Nicolas-Lewis and Alex Esclamado of the […]

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    Potstickers Back Next Thursday

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  • Desert Adventure Tours leaders Phil and Morgan take the Wong family on a jeep eco tour of San Andreas Fault area.

    On the Scene: Winter Vacation in Palm Springs

          When the San Francisco Bay Area winds were blowing wildly, bringing freezing temps in December, I decided it was time to spend the winter holidays in warm Palm Springs with my Wong family.  We were not disappointed when clear blue skies and temperatures in the mid […]

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  • Shirley Tan

    E-commerce Evangelist: Shirley Tan

          I met Shirley Tan about 20 years ago when she owned a typical brick and mortar business fighting for customers in a very competitive market.  Today, she is a survivor who has struggled through numerous downturns and the Internet (R)evolution and lives […]

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  • Chinese Historical and Cultural Project members supported and attended  fellow South Bay non-profit social service organization Asian Americans for Community Involvement recent fundraising 40th anniversary dinner.

    New Year Reminiscing

          2013 was such a jam-packed year of activity and events that it has been hard to keep up and report everyone’s happenings on the scene. So in fond farewell to 2013, this is a photo column to prove that pictures are worth […]

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  • Oakland Mayor Jean Quan.

    OAKLAND MAYOR HAS TO COME IN SECOND & THIRD

        Call those recent poll numbers on Oakland Mayor Jean Quan (32%) mixed. While ahead of declared candidates – Professor Joe Tuman (22%), Councilmember Libby Schaaf (18%) and Commissioner Bryan Parker (10%), Oakland’s first APA mayor is not picking up second and third ranked votes for the Nov. 2014 election bid to win […]

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