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  • DiasporicVietnameseArtistsNetwork

    Diasporic Vietnamese Literary Festival Set for April 19

    San Francisco, CA - The Diasporic Vietnamese Artist Network (DVAN) and the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) present the Fourth San Francisco Diasporic Vietnamese Literary Festival, showcasing the works of Vietnamese writers, poets and performers. The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 19, from 8 p.m. […]

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  • NiceGirlsCrew

    Asian American Female-Led Comedy Launches 2nd Season

      SAN FRANCISCO, CA — They’re baaaack! After a sizzling debut in 2012, Sheetal Sheth, Lynn Chen and Michelle Krusiec return in this web-based comedy about three best frenemies and the best book club ever. Produced by the Center for Asian American Media, NICE GIRLS […]

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  • MiguelBraganzaII

    MISS SAIGON Alum Miguel Braganza Celebrates 30 Years In the Biz, May 2

        New York – Originally from the Philippines, Miguel Braganza II, Walter Terry scholar in the dance performance and choreography program at Harvard University in the ‘80s, and assistant to Tony Award-winning director John Dexter in the original Broadway production of “M. Butterfly” from […]

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  • Joanne T. Chou. Photo by Jennifer Yin

    Joanne Chou Appointed Chief Financial Officer of Asian Art Museum

      SAN FRANCISCO — The Asian Art Museum announced today the appointment of Joanne T. Chou as the museum’s new chief financial officer, a key leadership position overseeing the financial management of the museum and the accuracy and integrity of the museum’s financial systems. Reporting […]

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  • Harajuku model Ayumi Seto

    J-POP SUMMIT FESTIVAL RETURNS TO S.F. WITH AN EARLY TREAT NEXT WEEKEND AT NEW PEOPLE

      San Francisco, CA – The 2014 J-POP SUMMIT Festival, San Francisco’s annual celebration of Japanese pop culture, music, fashion and film, joins with Japanese entertainment company, ASOBISYSTEM, to announce a special early treat for fashion and pop culture fans as it presents a personal appearance […]

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  • DingDingTVApril

    INNOVATION DIALOG – LIGHT UP USA WITH GREEN JOBS

        Host: Diana Ding, CEO of Ding Ding TV Guest: James Pan, President of Luxul Technology Innovation Dialog show is working on bringing the best and brightest ideas and initiative, which will showcase innovations in both countries USA & China. While companies are moving manufacturing […]

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  • (L-R) MC Karen Soto, Gala Vice Chair Christine Wu, Award recipients John Loh for Outstanding Asian in Business for revitalizing Oakland Chinatown, Carl Chan for Outstanding Community Leader, & Ted Dang accepting Lifetime Achievement award on behalf of Joe Shoong (in memoriam), Gala Chair Divine Boal, & in front- Kindergartener Trophy Assistant Lukas Dittmar (photo by Chi Chin)

    Gala Draws Hundreds in Celebration of Yu Ming Charter School’s Third Year

        Oakland – More than 200 supporters of Yu Ming Charter School came together this past Saturday, March 29, to enjoy a night of fun, excitement and lively bidding at the school’s third annual fundraising gala. Participants gathered to ring in the Year of […]

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  • On March 24th, a town hall meeting took place in Morrissey Hall of St. Mary’s Medical Center to discuss a two-cent tax per fluid ounce on soda and sugary drinks. Speakers included Supervisors Eric Mar and Scott Wiener.

    Town Hall Discusses New Soda Tax Proposal

      On March 24th, a town hall meeting took place in Morrissey Hall of St. Mary’s Medical Center to discuss a two-cent tax per fluid ounce on soda and sugary drinks. Speakers included Supervisors Eric Mar and Scott Wiener. Mar said he’s co-sponsoring the measure […]

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  • Veronica De La Cruz

    Veronica De La Cruz Named New Anchor For KPIX5/KBCW

      San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose—Veronica De La Cruz has been named an anchor for KPIX 5/KBCW, effective Monday, May 5.   She will co-anchor the weekday 6 p.m.  newscasts on KPIX 5 with Ken Bastida, and the weeknight  10 p.m. newscast on KBCW, also with Ken Bastida. De La Cruz most recently worked for MSNBC, […]

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  • Harold T. Yee

    A Decade Later: Assessing Harold T. Yee and His Place in Chinese America

      By Douglas S. Chan To recall the untimely passing of Chinese American activist Harold T. Yee at the age of 74 ten years ago is to reflect upon the life and times of an American original.  When Harold’s accomplishments are assessed someday by ethnic […]

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