Partisan Gridlock Sparks Congressional Hopeful's Run
Jay Chen saw a bit of the same sort of partisan rancor on the local level that he feels characterizes Washington politics.
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#1 Mar 15, 2012
Chen is a liberal who brought Hanban, an official Peoples Republic of China program to the Hacienda, La Puente School District. Hanban allows no discussions of Tibet, the Dailah Lama, Taiwan, or the militarism growth of the People's Army. See the NY Times March 4.
Parents complained in La Puente about discriminatory education in his district against Latinos, favoring Chinees. See SGV Tribune March 4.
NO ON CHEN
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