• Help 'Right Footed' Documentary about Jessica Cox Take the Final Step!

    Posted by Suzanne Kai

    Help 'Right Footed' Documentary about Jessica Cox Take the Final Step!
    October 24, 2014 Los Angeles  "Right Footed" the inspiring documentary about Filipino American disability activist Jessica Cox who was born without arms is almost ready for distribution. Donate now through IndieGoGo to help the filmmakers complete this documentary. The film is directed by Nick Spark and produced by Mona Lisa Yuchengco, a documentary filmmaker, Filipino...


  • Top Chef Shirley Chung launches her exciting restaurant today in Irvine, California!

    Posted by Suzanne Kai

    December 10, 2014 Chef Shirley Chung's TWENTY EIGHT Modern Chinese Cuisine Lounge and Restaurant 19530 JAMBOREE ROAD, IRVINE, CA Congratulations to Top Chef Shirley Chung! Today marks the launch of new, exciting cuisine in Orange County, California with the grand opening of her highly anticipated restaurant TWENTY EIGHT: Modern Chinese Cuisine. Trained in classic French and Italian cuisine and born and raised in Beijing, China, Chef Shirley Chung's extraordinary style of cooking "without borders" can now be showcased at her very own restaurant located in Irvine, California. The beautiful restaurant occupies the ground floor of a complex adjacent to Orange County's Google headquarters, and is nearby to the University of California Irvine and Newport Beach. Che...
  • Win a Scholarship from!

    Posted by Suzanne Kai

    December 10, 2014   WIN A SCHOLARSHIP FROM AAJA-LA.ORG!     The Los Angeles Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association is pleased to announce the opening of its annual scholarship competition.   The chapter will award several scholarships of $2,500 each to full-time college students in the Greater Los Angeles Area.    If you are a student, we hope you will take part. We are here to support your studies and career advancement.   If you are not a student but know of one, please forward this information. We are grateful for your help in getting out the word.   Learn more: Background From its inception in 1981 as our organization’s fou...
  • Chol Soo Lee Sparked Early Pan-Asian American Movement (1952-2014)

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    CHOL SOO LEE 1952-2014 Korean American immigrant's struggle for justice sparked an early pan-Asian American Movement Koream Journal, News Report, by Julie Ha Posted: Dec 04, 2014   Distributed by New America Media   By Julie Ha, Koream Journal Chol Soo Lee, a Korean American whose wrongful conviction in a 1973 San Francisco murder case galvanized a historic pan-Asian American movement to win his freedom, died Tuesday at age 62.  He passed away after complications related to surgery, according to friends. (Photo LtoR: Chol Soo Lee with journalist K.W. Lee, at press conference date unknown) Lee, an immigrant from South Korea who came to the U.S. around middle-school age, was arrested by San Francisco police in June 1973 for the murder of Yip Yee Tak, a local Chinatown...
  • Join Ben Fong-Torres and Carlos Santana Dec. 3 in San Francisco!

    Posted by Suzanne Kai

    San Francisco Join Ben Fong-Torres and Carlos Santana in conversation about Mr. Santana's new book THE UNIVERSAL TONE at the Castro Theater in San Francisco December 3., 2014! Order your tickets today!  Presented by The Booksmith 7:30 PM at the Castro Theater, 429 Castro Street, San FranciscoTickets, $35 - $45,  available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by phone at 800-838-3006 Buy one ticket and receive Carlos Santana's latest book! Or, you can buy two tickets and receive one book!  PLEASE NOTE: This is not a concert! For forty years and as many albums later, Carlos Santana has sold more than 100 million records and reached more than 100 million fans at concerts worldwide. A 10-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer,&...

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