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  • Happy Year of the Snake! Angi Ma Wong's Predictions for the Year

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    by Angi Ma Wong FenSShui Lady ® Predictions for the Year of the Water Snake 4711   Currently Angi is scheduled to appear at an event called "The Chinese in America Interactive" with storytelling, displays, music and a surprise at the end! Wednesday May 29, 20134:40pmLive Oak Library4153 E. Live Oak AvenueArcadia, California You can order her feng shui books and kits...

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  • Vote!

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    AC Team got up bright and early and cast our votes. We hope you did the same!

  • Remembering John "Lukey" Yang, 16

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    Farewell to John "Lukey" Yang, 16

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  • In Search of Roots - Twelve Personal Journeys Create an Extraodinary Exhibition & Book

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    Twelve interns explore their roots and share their extraordinary personal journeys in a book and a public exhibition now on view through March 15 at the Chinese Culture Cemter of San Francisco.

    Photographer and cultural expert Frank Jang captured images of the March 1 reception celebrating the debut of the "Book of Roots: Essays and Stories."

    The twelve contributors and team leaders journeyed through San Francisco’s Chinatown, the National Archives, and the homes of their ancestral villages in China including the Pearl River Delta region of the Guangdong Province of China, and through the counties and municipalities of Guangzhou, Foshan, Doumen, Xinhui, Kaiping, and Taishan.

    The Book of Roots Essays & Stories is now available to order through the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco. This book includes the Roots Route Map, the essays by the interns and their trip leader, photographs, media coverages as well as the family trees created by each intern.

    The twelve interns for the 2007 program are Theresa Chan, Derek Emmons, Jasn Jay, Frank Lee, Alan Liu. Sondra Morishima, Byron Chun, Nicole Hsiang, Michael Kwan, Kristina Lim, Annie Ly, and Trisha Quan.

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    Chinese Culture Center of SF Official Website A personal blogger shares her visit to the exhibition