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2 hrs ago | Miami New Times

Blackbrick Launches Brunch: Peking Duck and Waffles; Breakfast Fried Rice

We're picturing Peking duck...and waffles; fried rice with scrambled eggs and sausage; and an omelette stuffed with Szechuan beef.


Related Topix: Breakfast, Life, Food, Chinese-American

7 hrs ago | Ilford Recorder

Redbridge Sikhs offer amazing response to cancer appeal

Two Sikh congregations have showed a united front by registering 500 donors and raising thousands of pounds to increase bone marrow donors in the borough last week.


Related Topix: Greater London County, England, United Kingdom, Essex County, England

9 hrs ago |

Pilipino culture at the Clark Center

"They were the loudest group," recalled the San Jose native, who became a member after spotting the group as a freshman at the Cal Poly Club Showcase.


Related Topix: Arroyo Grande, CA, Filipino-American

Wed Apr 16, 2014

Berryessa Sun

Asian American advocates near the Rose Garden

Asian Americans for Community Involvement will be offering resource information at the Bascom Library, 1000 S. Bascom Ave., on April 17 from 1 to 3 p.m. They are advocates of connecting the Asian American community with resources, including mental health that will benefit the individual's health and wellness.


Related Topix: World News, Morocco

CBS Local

Korean Community In Philadelphia Shocked, Grieve Those Lost In Capsized Ferry

Members of the Korean community in Philadelphia are expressing shock over the sinking of a South Korean ferry with hundreds of high school students on board.


Related Topix: Korean-American, Philadelphia, PA, Education Etc., Elkins Park, PA

ABC News

Mexico Probes Death of Pregnant Woman at Clinic

Mexico's latest case of denial of medical care for poor and Indian women has resulted in the death of a pregnant woman and her unborn child.


Related Topix: Indian-American

The Washington Post

Can the Republican Party thrive on white identity?

Liberals like to imagine a political future in which increasing ethnic diversity will inexorably shift the partisan balance in America from Republicans to Democrats.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, Barack Obama

Advocates complain about lack of language assistance for Asian voters

PHILADELPHIA When Dien Binh Chau, a naturalized citizen, went to his polling place in South Philadelphia recently, he needed help understanding the ballot.


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA

Whidbey News-Times

Oak Harbor adopts sister city Libungan, Philippines

The difference between life in Oak Harbor and life back home in the Philippines is so profound that it's difficult for Lorena Albert to describe.


Related Topix: Oak Harbor, WA, Agriculture, Science, US Military, US Navy, Filipino-American


Japan and South Korea meet for first 'comfort women' discussions

Every single week for the past 22 years, a group of elderly South Korean women has camped outside the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, enduring the heat and humidity of the region's monsoonal summer and the sub-zero temperatures of the brutal Korean winter.


Related Topix: South Korea, World News, Asia, Korean-American, Park Geun-hye

Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Daily Breeze

Torrance swears in Mark Matsuda as ninth police chief in citya s history

Torrance >> With family, friends and colleagues watching proudly, Mark Matsuda was sworn in Tuesday night as the city's ninth police chief, receiving his badge from his wife, Kristin, as the couple's three young daughters looked on.


Related Topix: Torrance, CA

Daily Mail

Chinese dog thieves get their comeuppance as duo are caught and...

How two sex offenders out on parole went on a savage rape and murder spree that left FIVE women dead... all while wearing their GPS ankle bracelets 'Don't disrespect the supreme leader! North Korean officials tell salon to take down Kim Jong-un 'bad hair day' poster - and it's not in Pyongyang it's in London Chinese dog thieves get their ... (more)


Related Topix: North Korea, World News, Asia, Chinese-American

Mises Economics Blog

Did the US Provoke the Axis Powers?

In her latest hit piece on the Mises Institute, WaPo's Jennifer Rubin quotes a David Weigel hit piece on the Mises Institute in which Weigel attacks David Gordon and Ralph Raico for daring to criticize Winston Churchill.


Related Topix: Japanese-American


Study: Millennials 'Talk To God,' but fewer rely on religion

Barely half of Millennials say they look to religion for guidance, but a higher percentage "talk to God," suggesting that the 18-34 demographic is more spiritual than sectarian, according to a new survey by the Integrated Innovation Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.


Related Topix: Carnegie Mellon University

City Pages

Graywolf Press poet Vijay Seshadri wins Pulitzer Prize

Folks over at Graywolf Press were probably popping champagne last night, as it was announced that its author, Vijay Seshadri, had won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.


Related Topix: Arts, Poetry

Korea Herald

[Herald Interview] Designer shoe brands diversify sales channels

To most modern women, shoe's do more than merely cover one's foot for protection.


Related Topix: Korean-American, Travel, Asia Travel, Hong Kong, China Travel, China Travel

The Honolulu Advertiser

Projects capture allure of Chinese nightclubs, performers

LOS ANGELES>> During its heyday in the 1940s, the Forbidden City in San Francisco billed itself as "the world's most famous Chinese nightclub."


Related Topix: San Francisco, CA, Chinese-American, Chinatown (New York, NY), Berkeley, CA

India Talkies

Miss America Nina Davuluri to join White House Easter Egg Roll -

Washington, April 15: Nina Davuluri, the first Indian American and second Asian American to be chosen as Miss America, will be one of the readers on Storytime Stage at this year's White House Easter Egg Roll.


Mon Apr 14, 2014

Go Local

TRENDER: Dancer, Writer, Social Activist

Who are the Rhode Islanders leading in arts, fashion, food, and style? They're Trenders, and GoLocalProv offers a glimpse of the people you most want to know on the scene.


Related Topix: Brown University, Providence, RI, Filipino-American

Michigan Radio

Graphic novel explores Japanese internment camps in US during WWII

It's quite a long line to draw from a radio studio in Michigan in 2014 to the West Coast during World War II.


Related Topix: Japanese-American

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