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Monthly Archives: February 2008
It looks like that Harvard University isn’t the only Ivy League university having problems offering a breadth or depth of courses Asian-American courses and studies. The Yale Daily News reports (2/28/08), “Task Force seeks to widen Asian-American courses“: “Asian-American students … Continue reading
As I had written last year in “Taiwanese-Americans: Do You Know What 228 Is?,” today is the 61st anniversary of February, 28, 1947 – better known as “228.” AFP reports this historic moment in “Taiwan marks 1947 massacre anniversary“: “Less … Continue reading
Jerome White, Jr. – Jero for short – is a 26-year old African American originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, and he’s also a popular enka singer in Japan. I’d write more, but TokyoMango puts it better: …He’s a quarter Japanese, … Continue reading
A South Korean tourist, left, and a North Korean guide at Pakyon Falls, the first stop on a tour Ok, in my last post I very subtlety blasted the efforts of North Korea’s effort of a “Symphonic Diplomacy.” Being of … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, NBA Houston Rockets’ basketball player Yao Ming injured his left foot, as report in “China Holds Breath for Yao“: “Amid pollution, traffic and human rights concerns, Beijing is facing a new Olympic threat: Yao Ming’s left … Continue reading
The New York Philharmonic held an unprecedented concert in Pyongyang that was supposed to lead to warmer ties between North Korea and the United States. Oh wait, let me rephrase that; better relations between Kim Jon-Il and the United States. … Continue reading
In “On Diversity, America Isn’t Putting Its Money Where Its Mouth Is,” The Wall Street Journal reports: “More than 40 years after job discrimination was outlawed, the wage gap between white men and just about everyone else persists. The one … Continue reading
For those of you who haven’t seen the television reality show Beauty and the Geek, a synopsis: Pretty girls are matched up with classic geeky men as a “social experiment” of sorts – the girls try to teach the geeks … Continue reading
South Korea will be sending their first astronaut, Ko San, into space on April 8th aboard a Russian spaceship bound for the International Space Station. The New York Times reports that San will be bringing with him one of Korea’s … Continue reading
One of my friends is the most politically active American (let alone Asian American) I know – Sophia (and her husband) recently launch their website, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders for Hillary ’08 (www.aapiforhillary.com): Although Asian Americans make up about … Continue reading
Just read this interesting article in the Advertising Age website by Bill Imada called, “Have Asian Americans Done Enough for the Black Community?” It’s sad that I think the really obvious answer to this really is, no. Given the history … Continue reading
Cinequest is an annual film festival held in San Jose, California. This year, there is a lineup of Asian interest films during the festival, running February 27th – March 9th, including: Amal Family Inc. Mourning Forest Unfinished Girl The Case … Continue reading