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  1. Comment on The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco Presents the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | Asian Week

    The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco in association with Asian Improv aRts, API Cultural Center, Chinatown Community Development Center and Chinese Progressive Association present the 5th Annual Chinatown Music Festival on at Portsmouth Square on Kearny Street between Washington Street and Clay Street in San Francisco's Chinatown.

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  2. Bay Area Social NotesRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2014 | AsianWeek

    "Stayin' Alive" theme of the 26th Annual Generations Fashion Show needn't have worried anyone whether there was enough interest, man/woman power and energy to launch another fashion show-luncheon to benefit the elderly of On Lok. On Sunny Oct. 18, a large crowed filled San Francisco's iconic restaurant, the Empress of China, with plenty of loyal supporter from young toddlers to longtime supporters of the Community.

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  3. Comment on Chinese American Heroine: Heather Fong by Gloria WongRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | Asian Week

    Name in English: Heather Jeanne Fong Name in Chinese: ae-1a ae- Name in Pinyin: FA ng YC"wA n Gender: Female Birth Year: 1956 Birth Place: San Francisco, CA Current location: San Francisco, CA Education: 1977, Graduate, San Francisco Police Academy; 1979, Bachelor of Arts, University of San Francisco; 1988, Master of Social Work, San Francisco State University; 2009, Women of Achievement Award, Legal Momentum; 2009, Leadership, Courage and Commitment Award, Pacific Asian American Women Bay Area Coalition ; 2003, Outstanding Public Service Award, Asian Pacific American Community Center; 1988, Women Warriors Award, PAAWBAC; 1979, Officer of the Year Award, San Francisco Police Department Police Chief Heather Fong is the first woman and the second Asian American to lead the San Francisco Police Department.

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  4. No on Prop G - a 24% Tax Is Always the Wrong AnswerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | AsianWeek

    Proposition G on this November's ballot would be a disaster for San Francisco and the Asian American community if passed. San Francisco already has one of the highest tax rates in the country - when one considers all the local fees, public bond payments, parking meters, the list goes on.

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