VOLUME 28 NO. 5 | JANUARY 24 - JANUARY 30, 2009


 



Oxen Unite!
Ox stamps usher in Canada's second 12-year Chinese New Year series
Stories about an ox, a black belt, and a sad fish
Boric acid and lye in your instant noodles?

Asian American political muscle getting buffer
The West Wing welcomes another attorney
The top 5 greatest movie and TV presidents - AND 5 others who really bungled the job
Worldwide, people mobilize for Obama inauguration
Inauguration Pictorial
Obama's half-brother performs in China


CELEBRATE ASIA!

The newly minted Celebrate Asia! annual event promoted the diversity and richness of Seattle’s artistic and Asian communities by putting together a multi-cultural concert featuring both classical Eastern and Western components. About 2,500 people attended the sold-out concert on Jan. 16 at Benaroya Hall. Look for the second annual Celebrate Asia! in 2010.
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COMMUNITY NEWS

Mighty women to share the secrets of their success

Businessman helps home buyers, stimulates Seattle economy


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CORRECTION

In our last issue (vol. 28 no. 5) we incorrectly reported that Evelyn Hou was a staffmember of the Seattle Chinese Post. In actuality, she was a student who created posters and flyers for the SCP as part of a class project.


LUNAR NEW YEAR CONTEST

• Deadline for entries: Jan. 30
• Finalists will be announced: Feb. 12
• Winners will be announced: Feb. 19

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ON THE SHELF

Lotus flower sex stereotypes in full bloom
Review: Jax Cassidy’s ‘Art of Sensuality’

Stories about an ox, a black belt, and a sad fish: Children's Book Reviews


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The 'Aloha Spirit' comes to Seattle


AT THE MOVIES

No bad wolf in 'The Red Jacket'

 

Women Empowered

Women in Power: Nonprofits and Community Organizations
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CALENDAR

WHAT:

“The Piano Teacher” book reading and signing

WHEN:

Jan. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

WHERE:

Elliott Bay Book Company
101 S. Main St., Seattle

TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW:

julie@niwapr.com
508-238-6547

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ASTROLOGY

There is plenty of advice being given to you, but no amount of advice will help you until you decide to help yourself.

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