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    myVLTcontest with the Fung Brothers

    myVLTcontest with the Fung Brothers YouTube Sensations, the Fung Brothers, are at it again with a hilarious and heartwarming glimpse into the struggles of young Asians growing up in immigrant households. See video. Four different scenarios (including one starring the Fung Bros, themselves) depict the […]

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    AVALOS PAID LOVER $30K FROM CAMPAIGN

        John Avalos paid his former paramour and his soon-to-be former legislative aide Rachel Redondiez more than $30,000 from his failed mayoral campaign according to SF Ethics Commission 2011 filings. Likely being Avalos’ highest paid campaign staffer, she received $28,888 in salary or fees and another $2,806 in miscellaneous […]

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  • Moanalani Jeffrey catches Samantha Seto with siblings setting up sales of Chinese goods for the San Francisco Symphony Gift Shop at  San Francisco’s Davies Hall.

    On the Scene: Making News

      Viewing Vu The beautiful face of Thuy Vu has graced Bay Area television screens since the 1990s when her first job was as a reporter and fill-in anchor for KPIX. She joined ABC7 in 2000 to co-anchor the ABC7 Sunday Morning News, and also was a reporter based in South Bay Bureau.  An Emmy […]

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    AFFAIRS DON’T DOOM POLITICIANS BUT COVERUPS DO

      According to media accounts so far, San Francisco Ethics Commission executive director John St. Croix has not received any allegations of wrongdoing regarding the Supervisor John Avalos relationship with Raquel Redondiez, his Filipina American aide now on leave and seeking work elsewhere. The affair was lawful as long as she received […]

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    The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is Now Accepting Submissions for CAAMFest 2015

        CAAMFest is the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian and Asian American films,  presenting approximately 130 works in San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland. Since 1982, the annual festival has been an important launching point for Asian American independent filmmakers as well as a […]

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  • At  Saratoga History Museum, featured Chinese watercolor artist Doan ZhaoNan  meets CHCP Co-Founding members Lillian Gong Guy, Cynthia Chang and Gerrye Wong

    On the Scene: Community Role Models

      In my work sharing news with you, I am fortunate to come across leaders in the communities and often feel they are unsung heroes who contribute quietly as role models in our Asian American society. I would like to tell you about some of […]

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    Adobo Festival Returns on Aug. 23 and 24 to Union City

    “MAGNIFICO”! That, in a word, is the essence of food. delectable, irresistible, magical, lighting fires in the heart. Once again, the most sought-after Filipino dish, the ADOBO, is coming your way. J. S. Camins Productions in cooperation GMA Pinoy TV is whipping-up a double wham […]

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    Doris Koo Appointed to AARP Board of Directors

      Washington, D.C. – AARP recently welcomed Doris Koo to its Board of Directors. The all-volunteer, 21-member Board of Directors is the governing body of AARP. Some of the major responsibilities of AARP board members are to approve the budget and monitor AARP finances, set […]

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  • Assembly Democratic Caucus leader Phil Ting

    BOO BOO AMONG THE GOOS GOOS

        There are warning signs about how cohesive progressives and their allies are on the influential SF Democratic Party’s central committee, the 32 elected body responsible for issuing election recommendations to more than 200,000 SF Democrats. The committee’s progressives like Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, SF Supervisors John Avalos, David Campos, Eric Mar and […]

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    New Generation Nikkei Fund Launches to Support Japantowns

    The New Generation Nikkei Fund has recently been created in order to inspire a new generation of philanthropists to support the nation’s three Japantowns – San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles.  Envisioned by the next generation of stakeholders of the Japanese American community, the New Generation Nikkei […]

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