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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

JUNE 1-15, 1982 西南時報 Souihtvpst Chinese Journal page 17 天衆文化的九大特g 一、通俗文化已死 n.K if B 'HV. •义化让 Ilfl 過人叫人 _ Wi 1、f'V fft • 績絮n川丨丨以烙小飢八的殳wit • ifu⑴#小《1 他起/钟送jjj俗义化|y.j u任-維然ii «的义化 m n • v, # ■佔 <\. ,';:. rf 义化之内.,io 俗夂化仍 i«i < 111 rk、傅統的价、!/j 一 w丨的富“ 聽文化lis I'l内心的/t •足忪一倘人共MfliJ 綱分•?:的成欠•_ mi®广1|||. a钇怵、政治肜勢的 改«?,别及('. 播w介的费w . m ■的:a a被職 到心水M—义化'丨.沾的[人#M上-• i«iWiX化"J 以迅遠地、大以地桦邠•所以丨iftiwiw i式的迪 俗义化几八衆义化所代« ;迚常冲俗义化的--苎 特色.如.I «削作、、共_受.部被 補外來的袖祌'\jf, •—袖ti裝了的文化商wri\取 代0 二、媒介就是訊息 <\ Hi代4 fi人衆义化圮it if,"‘‘丨K I' W介fi-rm t'>) I 丨丨.• ..j"1 4V ^fi'Jt'i^, V; : T ^iiiiii j^i'-i、 >\、w k (\. \a ii\ v,、人w 人/ug iiv t,i, , n.丨:\放 ci i*j 按收之丨⑴的w介垃• hi紙、||v ,, 机 7} ■丨 I ,丨".W 介 It、./. i' 'L;的;,!• If I) • '|' ; Ml (fj J{ [ I im M UWL位他、人丨,1 他押入 ij W ')) —力邯力认舳槲片'|-.l'lLUi'j^ti • ii.ij 人 抵义化的内Vr介山W介丨ill各焚介'aL' . I'Ji WMAU- SHALL UC-'LUHAN 弥旧 | 收介议乂 .儿0. I C THK MEDIUM IS THE UKSSAGE)J<«jH|JKij 辨起使科<141人都??似r以的空問及W-欠人则 分嚷物• PL1解•物。rii i rti it Wt介的W起•從新 W人帶人個个丨(1丨'介人的塊地,所IU新ft'j人紫义 化办...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

❖聘請廯師;:需兩年經驗•專長中國策•每小時6. 2 5元.每遇 工作四十小時•有意者請與德州勞工介绍所聯絡•工作機會 號碼2 6 1 2 4 3 6 . 令聘請麻師:需一年經驗•專長中國策•每小時6. 0 0元•每遇 工作四十小時•有意者請與德州勞工介绍所聯絡•工作機會 紇碼 2 6 1 2 7 8 4 * ❖聘請癣師:需兩年經驗•專長中國策.母小時6. 2 5元•每遇 工作四十小時•有意者請與德州勞工介绍所聯絡•工作機t 號碼2 6 4 8 3 1 4 . COOK, CHINESE SPECIALTY FOOL): 2 years experience required. To prepare and cook Chinese specialty dishes. S6.25/hr. 40-hr./wk. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Houston, Tx Job Order No. 2612436. Ad paid by Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. COOK, CHINESE STYLE FOOD: 1 year experience required. To prepare & cook Chinese specialty dishes. S6.00/hr., 40-hr./wk. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Houston, Tx. Job Order No. 261 2784. Ad paid by Equal Opportunity Employer. COOK, CHINESE SPECIALTY FOOD: Two years experience require. Prepare and cook Chinese specialty dishes. S6.25/hr., 40-hr. week. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Houston, Texas, Job Order No. 2648314. Ad paid by Equal Opportunity Employer. ❖❖本瀾歡迎學校、社圍、靑年中心提供活動消息,來稿請於出版前七日寄到本社...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

JPRESTAURANT 7O40 LAWNDALE * HOUSTON. TEXAS PHONE 026-6595 廣東4 煲伃飯策 DOWNTOWN JIN BO LAWNDALE FWY -1 "rJF Mon-Th 11:00 to 10:00 Fri 11:00 to 11:00 Sat. 12:00 to 11:00 CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services: 10:30 AM English Service Chines令 Sunday School English Sunday School Chinese Service Chinese School English Evening Service 9:30 11 AM.- Noon 1:30-3 PM 7:30 PM ALL ARE WELCOME! 嘵士頓華人沒信會主日衆會時間 上午九時半至十時半: 奂語上午崇拜聚會粤語主曰學 上午十一時至十二時: 英語主日爭..巧語上午崇拜衆會 晚上t時半•• 英語晚堂设@聚會 ‘歡迎各位傭胞赴會 敬硝代U Unitedbank TZt Metro 1602 Milam Houston, Texas 77002 Phone 1713丨 659-1010 地點適中 停車免費 \JP opular Services Personal Loans Commercial Loans Home Improvement Loans Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Certificates of Deposit Money Market Savings Certificates Bank by Mail Safe Deposit Boxes Cashier's Checks Money Orders Series E Bonds Master Charge and Visa Credit Cards 24 Hour Depository Notary Service Wire Transfers Investment Guidance Direct Deposit Corporate or Go...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1982

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

/ a t • . Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 7, No. 11 P.O. Box 18603 & !$ 4th of July Message Houston, Texas 77223 July 1-15, 1982 ii Chinese Art at Yale n Happy Fourth. May the holiday be a safe one. Once again we observe the birthday of our nation, or more precisely the day the 13 original colonies acted collectively to declare independence from England. No doubt those of us who are Chinese in America could beam over the fact that the chief celebratory device of In- dependence Day, the firecracker, is of Chinese origin. However, as Chinese Americans, we shouldn't fall over ourselves calling attention to something that makes a lot of noise, is potentially dangerous if mishandled and after being used, just litters the street. As Americans, we sometimes lose sight of the fact that the true meaning of the 4th of July is not in firecrackers, but in freedom. Perhaps it would be instructive to note the emergings of a spirit of freedom, indepen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

Page 2. ^7 i£j '1-t 4il Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 1982 =«= "W= Calendar Activities and/or announcements for the Calendar section should be sent to the SWCJ, P. 0. Box 18603, Houston, Tx 77223, or call 491-5704 by the 11th or 27th of each month. sM: Jt The Coca-Cola Company is hosting a series of free con- certs at the Miller Outdoor Theatre. Free souvenirs will be passed out to audience at concert, July 2, 8:30 PM. Alley Theatre presents "Shang- hai Express" July 20 & 21, 8 PM, at 615 Texas Ave. Ticket is $2.00. For more The Dragon Club is spon- soring a free folk-dance performance by Chris Chu Seminar presentation on "Self- Image Psychology" is presented by Dr. Jim Will. Saturday night, July 3, from The four hours seminar (and 8 to 11 PM at 9350 Bellaire. worshop) is scheduled for Ms. Chu will also teach folk Ji/ly 17 to August 30. For dance and country-western reservation, call 862-4995. dance that evening to those "***'■*■■■*• who are interested. Houston Red Cross ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

July 1-15, 1982 & fij ^ t Southwest Chinese Journal page 3 China Tax Seminar The People's Republic of China has recently enacted several laws and regulations governing taxations of for- eign investment in China. A joint venture regulation was published earlier. In Decem- ber 1981, a regulation govern- ing foreign investment which has wider application than the earler legislation was announced. To explain these new laws to potential foreign invest- ors, a delegation from the PRC, led by Mr. Lui Zhicheng, Commissioner of the General Tax Bureau in the Ministry of Finance, has visited several major U.S. cities under the sponsorship of Price Water- house, an international ac- counting firm. The new leg- islation, representing China's efforts toward modernization, is aimed at promoting and attracting joint venture and foreign investment in China. Mr. Lui emphasized that the first and most important principle is to maintain the sovereignty of China. Under that principle however, taxes,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

page 4 '11 Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS by June Dove Leong Chung Ya co-owners (from left): AT THUAN TAN. SHU WING CHAN and BENNY CHIN. A recently opened addition to our growing Chinatown district near downtown Hous- ton is Chung Ya Trading Co., which offers Chinese grocer- ies, canned goods, gift items, fresh produce, and much more, at prices too low to pass up. Co-owners AT THUAN TAN, SHU WING CHAN and BENNY CHIN are planning to expand even fur- ther at the 2011 Lamar loca- tion, with office spaces (al- ready filled, we're told) and other projects in progress. k a a k k k k k k a k Friends of MARY ANN and TAYLOR WONG will be pleased to hear the two erstwhile Houstonians will be returning from Saudi Arabia for an ex- tended visit after the first of July. k k k k k a a k a a a MAN LEE, new owner of the Panda Inn Restaurant at 4118 Willowbend near Westbury Square, hosted a grand open- ing reception June 26. Many members of the community lent their presence ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

July 1-15, 1982 ^7 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 PSYCHOLOGY By REINING C. CHANG, Ph.D. Psych otofist On Failure All of us have failed in one way or another at one time or another. So, one might say that failure is a necessary evil in life. What interests me is how people deal with failure. I have found that it is not necessarily the fail- ure itself that makes people miserable; it is the attitude that people have toward failure that makes people miser- able. Furthermore, often it is not the failure, a one- time frustration, that makes the person a loser, but the attitude he has toward a one-time misfortune or mistake that makes a person a loser. A friend of mine, a woman psychologist, once conducted a study on male and female differences in reactions to fail- ure. She found that when faced with frustration— failing an examination, for instance- female students tend to focus attention on the "shame", "guilt", "embarrassment", "hurt" elicited by the situation; while male students s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

Page 6 ^ il] ^ll Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 1982 / The Waki Case: A Victory for Whom? by Raymond Lew The Betty Waki case has become something of a rallying point for the Houston Asian American community. The case can be easily summarized. As a result of the desegrega- tion lawsuit filed against HISD, the Singleton ratio was developed to move HISD toward an integrated school systun. This ratio mandates that the faculty at each HISD shall consist of a certain percentage of white, black, and His- panic teachers. Asian American teachers are not recogniz- ed as a separate group, but are classified by HISD as white. Betty Waki, a Japanese American, teaches art at Sharpstown Senicr High Schocl. In order to come into com- pliance with the Singleton ratio, a white teacher had to be transferred frcm Shcrpstewn. Because cf a projected decline in art enrollments, Waki was selected as. that White teacher. Protest? against this decision were ini- tiated by Waki's students, colleagues, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

July 1-15, 1982 &] \^ft ^ fa Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 ever hit so close to home. I cannot sit back and let this serious injustice go by unnoticed. Why should innocent people pay now for past in- justices done to Blacks? (File, p. 17) The Waki. case may be many things, but it is not a case of reverse discrimination. The charge of reverse discrimi- nation is made by whites against policies they believe give special treatment to nonwhites. This charge impli- citly acknowledges the dominant pattern of discrimination by whites against nonwhites, but claims that the tables have been turned. Whatever merit there is to the idea of reverse discrimination (and I think there is little merit to the idea), one thing is clear. The charge of reverse discrimination is applicable in the Waki case only if Waki is white. Of course, she isn't. But again, the thing that strikes one about this passage is that the at- tack is directed not at the dominant pattern of discrimi- nation by whites a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

;e 8 ^ if] if Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 1982 Dragon Boat Festival < Weining Chang (A SVVCJ Reprint, 5/80) jri China, summer is ushered in by the Dragon Boat Fest- (1, which comes every year on the fifth day of the fifth vth in the Chinese Lunar Calendar. <y memory of the Dragon Boat Festival is full of colors I sounds. I remember vividly the boisterous crowd en- Isiastically cheering the racing boats in the river. On t boats, youngboys showed off strong muscles while pad- lg rigorously and rhythmically to the drumbeats played la man standing on the tail end of the boat. The boats Imselves were spectacles that no one should miss. They ;e long in shape, each with a dragon-head proudly rising [the front, a huge mouth facing the waves and fierce \s painted in gold. The sides of the boat were painted ih the red and green scales of a dragon. ^others were busy making sweet rice dumplings wrapped in boo leaves. They were then steamed for a long time un the rice became tende...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

July 1-15, 1982 ti) Of & Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 11 William & Donna Lee by June Dove Leong It is the most fitting that during the Fourth of July season, American Chinese who have served, and are now serving Uncle Sam, be thought of, and honored for their dedication. William Y. Lee is represen- tative, for he has been with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration from its early beginnings... 36 years ago. Just one year ago in July 1981, he received his seventh plaque in recogni- tion of his splendid service. This plaque was added to the half dozen other plaques which grace a wall of his home... achievement awards for exceptional contribution to the Space Program. But humbly he speaks of himself .... "just earning my living." In actuality, William has spent the greater part of his life in loyal service to this country. William was born in China. When not quite ten years of age, he came to America. Later his grandfather took him back to China where he stayed u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

Page 10 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 1982 JUNE DOVE LEONG*S Message w** I * > * \ * Once thought to be an clusively adult venereal sease, with no known cure, rpes simplex was reported at the recent 1982 May int meeting of the American dicatric Society and the ciety for Pediatric Re- arch as also transmissible non-sexual means; there- re even children can he- me innocent victims. University of California searchers Dr. Trudy Larson d Dr. Yvonne Bryson pre- nted their findings: The virus, previously thought com- nicable only through direct sexual contact and once lieved to die quickly when exposed on dry surfaces, can ve one and a half to four hours on a toilet seat and up 72 hours on cotton gauze. 3auze is similar in composition to clothing, towels, dding, etc., one of several factors which emphasize the ad for prompt diagnosis of people with herpes. Once agnosed, herpes simplex victims need to understand that 2y should practice good hygiene, not share clothing, and aware...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

July 1-15, 1982 ^7 r^J ^ t Southwest Chinese Journal Small Taxpayers Can Appeal IRS Decisions Page 11 by George M. Yeiter, C.P.A. Suppose your return is audited by an Internal Revenue Service agent who insists on some extra taxes that you believe are not due. If you appeal within the IRS system and lose, you can proceed to the tax court, and if your claim is small enough, you do not have to have legal coun- sel represent you before the court. The tax court's Small Tax Case Division will handle the case with as little formality, expense or delay as possible. The case cannot exceed more than $5,000 in taxes for any one year. Also, you do not have to pay the tax until the court rules. In regards to the $5,000, you can actually even exceed the $5,000 limit if you concede the amounts in excess of $5,000. Then, you can still argue the balance under the special rules for small cases. Generally, this should only be done in cases where you do not feel it pays to hire legal counsel, but never...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

Page 12 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal July 1-15, 198: ^ ^ _新資本主義的幻想曲 —、前言 所211「 流」•就是指在一個社會襄面,大多數 人所共有的生活型》,無綸是精神的還是物質的。換句 話说,「灌流」必須有着一定的「羣家基礎」——民 衆的支持,才可能成為「潮流」,曲高和寡的沒有不 被澜流所淘汰。另一方面,湖流的內容並非是固定的 ,而是一縱卽逝和不斷更替的。道不僅限於衣看、服 飾、髮型等方面,同時也廣及於電彩、音欒、電視《目 以及其他視聽之娛。我們不難見到,民索並非r灌 流j的劃遒者,他們不遍是支持者而已。那麽 誰才是r潮流」的創造者?他們又為何要釗造?旣然 「潮流j必須倚重民衆的支持,而民衆自己卻並非「 潮流j的創造者,那麽道大多數人為何會欒於跟a, 不斷地抛棄菌的又接受新的呢?下面试_以社會經濟 及心理的角度,來作一個簡翠的説明。 二、作爲經濟寻段的「湖流」 隨着科技的進步與及其他政治、盹濟與及歷史因 窠的彩响’ s本主義已演進至一個新的階段。它的基 本特色,就在於透過國家介入經濟|從而提供就業機 會與及福利措施•以縮蜮由资本不斷增殖而帶來的生 產與消費的差距。對於十九世屺與廿世屺資本主義的 分别,佛洛姆有這樣的綸述: 「十九世屺與廿世紀資本主義的重大不同,在二 十世IE的资本主義社會裏,去除了剝削與囤稹•取而 代之的是接納與銷售;去除了競爭,取而代之的是曰 益朝着r協同工作J邁進的趨勢;去除了爭取永遠增 加盈利的努力,取而代之的是撞得一份墦固而安全收 入的希望。j① 佛洛姆在這裹未免對s本主義社會不符實地樂觀 •然而這裏也反映出s本家本身困難的自覺’對勞觔 者强化和極度的剝削,只會導致殺鷂取卵般的後果,s 本家彼此間過份的技爭,造成利潤率的不断下降’違 背了资本主義社會發展的規律,而造成三十年代的經 濟危機。要克服迓棰禰困境而不導致s本主義本身的 覆亡,換句話说•就只有在不完全扼殺勞勛者的經濟 能力下•而能夠令s本不晰增殖,才能挽囘由過份剝 削與妓爭所造成的铂勢。實現a本家上述理想的具體 造法,包括着幾方®:第一,增加消費者的瞋買力• 如蝠利措施及相對地提卨薪金;第二,臏大市塲‘這 又再分為甬方面,首先是確大同頦商品的銷售市塲, 換句話说,就是消費品的銷軎要廣及社會的毎個階署 ,管理人員與工人所...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

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Page 14 西南時 Southwest Chinese Journal 沙爹娘球 讓法 大蟈一斤半(速殼訃)鷄蛋一隻 麵包二小片、 葱頭仔二小粒、 黃梨一小片、 黄瓜一條、 籌茄一 *、 咖喱粉二茶匙。 愛情笑話數則 味本二二 ??大遌全部去般®尾,跟着用刀由背劊吗少,*少 ’然後洗淨盛乾’再用布抹乾水份’盛載在| ^ 跟,加放食癧一茶匙,味稱半茶匙,白糖半茶# 年二鷄罢一隻.混合撈勻’然後再加入粟粉二湯匙,吉希 士粉一湯匙撈勻,醃約二十分鐮,使之入味。 仗盖二11包二片用刀切成小粒’葱頭仔去衣切成小片 粒,以碗盛載。黃瓜與瘠茄切片谓作阑 味汁與献粉份量: 湯或清水十湯匙(*蠹杓八安士左右)•用闲一見 潘戟‘然後加放食鹽三份之一茶匙,味怙半茶此,aw 一湯匙,罎頭茄汁一湯匙,喼汁一湯匙,\ i好十半邓 巧,晻油一茶匙,咖喱二茶代,跟f:用牝it匀,使成咔 <y。粟粉三份之一埸匙,另用碗盛載,丨jn牧沾欹一⑷沈 姍勻•便成獻粉。 炸的方法: 卷过81好的积’毎雙再點上適丨*的茨粉,…朽竹辨 存,埔熱:加放油適*,等油燒至滾,然後使将砧奸之 4衾f!搞•炸至跪然’再所起排收在有?ft %、咖作 今於碟內。麵包粒同样用油炸脆,以原碗热敝,伋彳々、 汁献淋上蝦面,並以炸好的_包粒圍邊,即成。 英汁献的方法: 鑊造淨埦熱,加放油一湯匙半‘KHtt将叫好叻… 放么_裏炒香,並将调好的味攪勻,令部收K ,飞 ,到‘刖以閗好之献粉放下,熥放wm丨神刊兜 苹苌燒-滾•然後將切好之齿染粒放下,彳wfj, 然後淋上蝦面,即成》 **(-) 在結格儀式中,新郎说:「在主面前’我發誓以 阿孅為妻。J 靳姐:「願全能的手’能使新郎在你的背後也以 我為资,則三牲酒鞴,W答神恩。 誓言(二) . 在結格儀式中,_驗醉意的新郎说:「在主面如 ,我s誓以阿«為赛° J frtti :「願全能的主啊,M把我睞大珍爱成那個可以毎分毎秒都為你切想,恨你時,她可以W分每 阿纔,則於W足矣。J 秒都ff辦法18復。 July 1-15, 1982 怎鳜才知道自已有了爱 tt某天早上你》覺m舶中存個影子•在吠縞乃沒 淸的心湖,那麽你開始 愾,趕快用冷水汰刚酴抑 但影子靠洗靠清晰。也許換一個方法•用梳子鯭扣如: 頂•要把甚麽挖去似的,從此,你毎天起{ft花上半小 畤洗IS ,梳頭轚。迈就足所iTj«...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1982

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