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  • 5th Annual Hep B Gala.

    Join Fight Against Hep B at the 7th Annual B a Hero Gala on Wed. Oct. 8

      Did you know that the San Francisco Bay Area has the highest rates of liver cancer in the nation? Many liver cancers are caused by hepatitis B infection. Hep B disproportionately affects the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Hep B is vaccine preventable and […]

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    MPK Night Market Returns to Barnes Park on Sept. 19

        LOS ANGELES – Following the success of the MPK Night Market’s grand opening on July 25th, the second event in the series has now been scheduled for Friday, September 19. The inaugural event attracted over 8,000 guests, bringing together young adults and families from both the city of Monterey Park […]

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    9th Annual Sake Day Celebration Set for Sept. 27 in Japantown

        The 9th Annual SAKE DAY 2014  – The Party that is all things Sake is set for Saturday, September 27, from 4:00 – 8:00 PM at the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California located at 1840 Sutter Street in San Francisco’s Japantown. […]

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    August Social Notes

        The Easy Bay’s Asian Health Services recently dedicated its new clinic named the Dr. Rolland and Katheryn Lowe Medical Center. Dr. Rolland Lowe and Mrs. Kathryn Lowe are long-time community activists and philanthropists. Their many awards and honors include receiving the Chancellor’s Award […]

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    San Francisco Labor Council Endorses James Fang for re-election to BART Board

          San Francisco, CA – Last night, the San Francisco Labor Council officially endorsed James Fang for re-election to the BART Board of Directors. The Labor Council, representing more than 100,000 workers in the city of San Francisco, joins SEIU BART Local 1021, AFSCME […]

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    Telltale Signs: Why TPS Matters Even Now

      They are often referred to, half-jokingly, as TNTs, the Tagalog acronym for Tago ng Tago (hiding and hiding) or Takot na Takot (very afraid). But it is no laughing matter to be a Filipino out of lawful immigration status in the US, constantly hiding from immigration authorities and […]

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    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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    Music And Arts Is In The Air

        Broadway By the Bay Patron Services Director Sarah Dunn-Rankin told me  I was in for a fast moving rip roaring high voltage musical show in DREAMGIRLS  and she was right!  When I went to see the show at the historic Fox Theatre in Redwood City, I […]

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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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