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

Southwest Chinese Journal Vol. 7, No. 12 THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY P.O. Box 18603 a& & at Houston, Texas 77223 July 16-31, 1982 Houston Ballet, Li Cunxin Triumph Houston art patrons have been ecstatic over the recent achievements of members of the Houston Ballet at the International Ballet Competi- tion in Jackson, Mississippi, June 20- July 3. The Chinese community should be especial- ly proud that, of the five medals going to Houston Ballet, a silver medal went to Li Cunxin, 22, in the men^s senior division. Other Houston Ballet med- alists were Janie Parker, who won the gold medal in the women's senior division becoming only the third American to win a gold medal in the history of the compe- tition; William Pizzuto, who joined Li as a silver £ & % I Li Cunxin from "Zheng Ban Qiao." Photos by Jack Mitchell. All materials courtesy of K. Bernat, Houston Ballet. medalist, and combined with Parker to win the prize as best couple; Rachel Beard, a bronze me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

Page 2 ^7 r£j 'if Southwest Chinese Journal July 16-31, 1982 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. :**= Seminar presentation on "Self- Image Psychology" is presented by Dr. Jim Will. The four hours seminar (and worshop) is scheduled for Jily 17 to August 30. For reservation, call 862-4995. News from the U.S. China Peoples Friendship Associa- tion in Houston: The Association Chapter Board Meeting will be held on July 22 , 7:30 PM at the Office, 900 Lovett near Montrose. =*= The Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Houston, 3417 Montrose BLvd. presents: The Road To The World Cup Champion (Volley Ball), and The Fountain of Houston Shakespeare Festi- val: "The Tempest'; Friday July 30, 8:30 PM. And "Love's Labour's Lost"- Sat., July 31, 8:30 PM. Col or Time: 1:30-4:30 PM Sat., July 31 Bulletin Board The Houston Communit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

July 16-31, 1982 r£"J ^ ^fl Southwest Chinese Journal page Texas Folklife Festival in August Care to go around the world? The first weekend in August, take Interstate 10 about 200 miles due west- there you'll find a bit of Switzerland, the Philippines, Greece, Israel - all at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio. The Texas Folklife Festival sored by the Institute of Texan Cultures of the Univer- sity of Texas in San Antonio. In addition to the exhibits open year-round at the In- stitute, the festival will offer, in its 11th year, a variety of ethnic cuisines, performances and crafts representing most of the PR| :fl i t - * will be held August 5-8, spun- ethnic traditions in Texas. A glimpse of the Chinese American exhibit in the Institute of Texan Cultures at the University of Texas in San Antonio. Photo by Judy Yung. Staff Farewells by Allan Gor At this time, Southwest Chinese Journal staffers (re- member, use of plural indicates "more than one") wish to acknowledge the depar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

page 4 db \h '11 jWL Southwest Chinese Journal July 16-31, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS EDWARD and KAREN CHEN, On Friday, July 9 at 1:30 whose parents are Dr. & Mrs. P.M. baby JOSHUA BENNET EDWARD C. M. CHEN, are spend-CHAN, weighing 10 lbs. loz., ing their summer on the Rice 22V tall, was born at University campus. Young Ed Methodist Hospital. The studied Computer science, parents are MICHAEL C. and Physics, and Circuits. KarenKATHIE BENNET CHAN, is a seminar leader program- -k i< k mer, teaching students at the Rice Computer Center. Dr. Chen, author of the History of the Chinese in Houston, is not only writing this history but devoting time to research which in- volves the reactions with molecules and electronics which, result in approximate- ly ten publications. kkkic Judges of the CACA Annual Essay Contestare GORDEN QUAN, TED and LINDA WU, PHYLLIS UPSON of the American Lung Assocation and two of her associates. kkkk A Red Egg Party at Pacific Ten Fathoms Restaurant wel- comed baby...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

July 16-31, 1982 ^7 fl] If -III Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 New Start for Refugees: INDOCHINESE REFUGEE PROGRAM 9iniun9usinu9ui? uusuiuu CHLiONb TRINH TV NftN DONG DUONti [nWDDtUtj^hjM^Syhn^ajiuS If you drive down South Main toward Missouri City, you will come across a sign: ''Welcome to Missouri City." Not far from that sign, to your left, you will see another sign saying "YMCA- Indochinese Refugee Program," and other phrases written in the Indochinese languages. The Welcome Center is not known to many passersby. It is hidden behind the bushes on South Main. When you turn on Cravens Street, you will find many buildings, and sometimes people of all ages around. The young men play volleyball or soccer on the field, the little ones gather around the TV set and some play with a red wagon or other toys, and the elders sit around on the front porches or staircases of their rooms and watch the events and the passersby. The Indochinese first arrived in America in the summer of 1975. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

Page 6 i£j B# Southwest Chinese Journal July 16-31, 1982 A Response by Kenny Gow In the Southwest Chinese Journal of July 1-15, 1982, there appeared an article by Raymond Lew entitled "The Waki Case: A Victory for Whom?" In this article Mr. Lew expresses his feelings and misgivings toward the "atti- tudes and sentiments" expressed by the Houston Asian American community. I, being one of two supporters he quoted, would like to respond, to give my feelings about his article. (I have excerpted from Mr. Lew's article in order so that it will be possible for readers to easily refer back to Mr. Lew's article.). The introduction is a very brief summary of the events of the past month and a half. It is very straightforward and shows what has been done and what is left to be done. The part subtitled "Victory?" also tells of the positive results that have come about because of this unfortunate situation. It, though, has two points upon which I would like to comment. The first point is this se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

July 16-31, 1982 r^j flf fa Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 Here. Mr. Lew states a goal of a course of action which I never expressed nor was expressed by any of my colleagues. He further says that instead of following that goal, (which we never ascribed to), we are attacking the victims of that racism. He derives that fact from his misinter- pretation of the quotes he has handily put together. The next section entitled " 'Reverse Discrimination' " is another direct quote from my letter to Superintendent Billy R. Reagan. In this quote I call this case one of reverse discrimination, and question the viability of blanket retribution for prior injustices suffered by blacks. In his explanation of this quote, Mr. Lew elab- orates on the fact that this situation is not a case of reverse discrimination. Cleverly, he has omitted my defi- nition of reverse discrimination (as seen in the File) and used his own to prove his point. Argument is useless unless those involved agree on the definit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

Page 8 r£j ^ Southwest Chinese Journal July 16-31, 1982 Dorothy Huang's Chinese Cooking Dorothy Huang has established an outstanding reputation as a teacher of Chinese cooking in the Houston area. Born in Canton, China, she may have inherited her talents from her great-grandfather, a gourmet who retained for his household some of the finest chefs in Canton in the early 20th century. Dorothy grew up and was educated in Taiwan, and came to the United States to pursue graduate studies. After attending University of South Dakota and University of Illinois, she received her master's degree from University of Houston in 1969. From 1969 to 1970, Dorothy was a therapeutic dietitian at Diagnostic Center Hospital and at Bellaire General Hospital. During this time she was also perfecting the recipes she used at home when serving her native cuisine. Her knowledge of dietetics and her own experience in cook- ing for family and friends convinced her that Chinese food provided an ideal combination...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

July 16-31, 1982 ^ r£j ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Indochinese Nutrition Because of the large num- ber of Indochinese refugees coming to the U.S. since 1975, data on the refugees' health status need to be collected for better planning anemia, and implementation of health and social services. There has been little information reported on the nutritional status of these people. The purpose of a survey done by the Nutrition Divi- sion of the Centers for Dis- ease Control in Atlanta, Ga., was to gather nutrition- entry (30%) and among chil- dren in the U.S. over six weeks (16%). Although the sample was a nonscientific one and care must be taken in interpreting data from the survey, it appeared fac- tors other than nutrutional ones may be the causes of It was suggested in the study that problems adjust- ing to a new culture and diet may contribute to the cause of anemia among the refugee children. Other studies in- volving adult refugees have also revealed various psycho- logical ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

Page 10 & t!^ Ml Southwest Chinese Journal JUly 16-31, 1982 Houston dietitian is'ambassador' MOLLY GEE Houston's Molly Cee was selected by the American Dietetic Association in a nationwide competition to be one of 16 Project Image Am- bassadors. The director of nutrition programs at Sid W. Richardson Institute for Preventive Medicine at Metho- dist Hospital, Molly will serve as a media spokesperson for the next three years in the Houston area, educating consumers on what dietitians can do and providing the public with accurate nutri- tion information. Gee was chosen by ADA, 42,000 members strong, "in a six-month selection process from an initial list of 170 nominees. All 16 ambassadors are ADA members and registered dietitians with a minimum of a master's degree and eight years ex- perience . Gee is a graduate of the University of Houston, has seivjd a dietetic internship at Oklahoma State University and completed her master's degree at Baylor College of Medicine. For the past s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

July 16-31, 1982 \07 I]^ jf|l Southwest Chinese Journal Pag e 11 Reflections by William Der Bing There is no earthly reason for any aircraft, especially those with large passenger lists, to have to take off or land in severe inclement weather. The one in Boston, another in Washington and the latest one in New Orl eans all took off or landed under less than nominal or acceptable conditions. The common denominator for all these tragedies world can just police itself and ensure that this energy cooperate with one another." One can easily break one bamboo pole into pieces with his bare hands. Tie bamboo poles into a bunch and you will never break it with bare hands. Business is the same. Bunch up and get stronger! & * * v< It is interesting to note that Bechtel Corporation is going full steam ahead in building a nuclear plant in Taiwan. They have no long lines of protesters. They sim- ply understand it's an evolution in the field of energy for the benefit of mankind. They'll make...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 July 1982

FIRST ORIENTAL 服 904 St.^cmanuel, Chinatown Houston Tx (713 227 6647 美心西餅 四時瓜菜 各式海鮮 新鮮肉食 罐頭雜貨 燒臘 flMolnSRiflnct Co. TEXAS UC M10968 二 MOOK Jt設*界經醱十二年 英H主要公司五年勤務 保® 忠誠不.欺價錢公遒 • comm^aal-msk^mrakirf wa sm^vkm • 一 977-2926 777-3719 77H302 9801 HARWIN. SUITE A 977 2926 HOUSTON. T MARKET 8880 Bellaire, Houaton Tx 77036 (713) 99^-4088 厨房用具 較館瓷器 國産成藥 各種唱片 卡式昔帶 牙醫學博士 伍國活 Family Dentistry 蚕治大人舆小孩的牙病 :Kuo W. ENG D.D.S, 4 918 HWY 6 NORTH Houston Texas Tel: (713) 463-2808 GlXl KHAT KHONG Gl bXnG : sun d^u nflnH D^U nAnH mecH RHA BOiSSOh C SOJA 250 ml 34C 維他奶、麥_維他奶 全部大豆教造 爰謦妗挤董最 新脅 VITASOY HIIN .A MdN ClXl (CHAT B I HONOKONC I rtewVi mAnc m6 vt tnIm. c6 c\'a oAc bi(t mua o6nq 鰣為 tiAT dXn cmay nmAt 2301 A«MaTY 珍 EAST AAA CORP. Calhoun st. Houston. Tk\ rfttds < 713) 10T« 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 大蝦腎球 材科: 蝦球六両(切片)、 W球六両(切成彎月形的耧花), 葱三條(切成一段段), 冬菰三隻(浸沸水發漲以後切片) 薑花少忤(切片)。 蒜頭一隻(W去皮羽劈煽)• 栾半斤、生抽、 蔴油、古月粉 _、癱、 «味粉、 生粉等各少奸 堍酒二湯匙、 生油八両》 ipipip A 貝 H法 一、将生油入鍋燒滾(留下二両待用)将积球、w 球稍加生粉,生抽拌和,萍媧走油•货了顏色以後 ,剷起碟...

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

I年产300万<煤炭的山东兖州矿a鮑店虻井正么加紧建设。 竖井的设计和施工都末用了国内外的先进技术。 =9^ 問訪美赴長市灣台 州常國中的年二八九^ 訪鄉故 Southwest Chinese Journal 4411 Bluebonnet Suite 800 Stafford, Texas 77477 Tel: (713)491-5704 or 491-7090 or 49 卜6699 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 希的叫中 活±的我 目要期本 DIM SUM NEW SOUTH CHINA RESTAURANT 8927 Richmond at Fondren 784-1114 翁 Ccqtuty ^rbvel S^icc Automation 齡事迅速週到 一 代炎个球各人航'个公》•丨<r.钊間票 代理各大航空公罚機票 (713) TRAVtL SPttlALIVn FOK GBOtPS & INDIVIUtAl、 609 FANNIN, LOBBY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 經售_内外镯票 Since 1963 237-8080 (四繾) July 16-31,1982 台*(中華民國)市長赴美友好 好訪問_ 一行,由台北市長楊金 金叢率領,七月一日自喬治亞州 ,亞特蘭達市飛抵德州達拉斯市 ,作爲期兩天訪問, 該_訪問達拉斯市間,將參 覲市政建設,會晤當地各界領袖 及僑社人士■ 該__員包括花蓮縣長吴水 雲、基隆市長張春熙、台中市長 林柏榕、彰化縣長黄石城、南投 縣長吴敉義.此一友好訪問國係 應美國全美市長會議邀請,於六 月十九日前往明尼蘇達州明尼阿 波里斯,參加全美市長會議第五 十届年#•然後轉往底特律、波 S.亞特蘭達以及達拉斯、洛 杉磯等地訪問,預定七月七日由 美返回台北. 對一個没有鄉音的人來説 ,回故鄉不如説訪故鄉來得正 確,因爲鄉裡幾乎没有熟悉的 人,村裡的結構也是非常陌生 •縱然想引起咋觸误念辦的情 懷,亦是相當難爲的*還f如 以遊客的身份,客觀地走访這 個永遠存在我藉貫櫊裡的出生 地方, 常州位於上海與南京之間 •工業經濟不如上海雄厚~山 水風景不如蘇州無錫秀關~文 物名勝不如南京可觀••因此很 少有遊客去觐光•像餃近去...

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I 1 Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 7, No. 13 P.O. Box 18603 a& fo at -fe Houston, Texas 77223 AllC)llSt 1-15, 1982 Miss Chinatown Houston Will Be Chosen August 8 For COMPLETE DETAILS see Page 3. Contestant No. 1: SUZETTE HONG Age: 19 fit: 5 5" Wt: 125 lbs. Contestant No. 4: VIRGINIA CHANG Age: IS Ht: 5'4" Wt: 114 lbs. Contestant No. 2: MUOY kUON Age: 19 Ht: 5V' Wt: 110 lbs. Contestant No. 5: YVONNE LAI Age: 20 Ht: 5 6" Wt:98lbs. it * ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tel ( 713 ) 237 - 9288 William V. Sim ^ T. P. Jakaboski % ^ % Marsha H. Sun Edelmira N. Holland & tf. : * ' # ' @ SIM & JAKABOSKI, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION WORLD TRADE BUILDING, 1520 TEXAS AVE., SUITE 810, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 Contestant No. 3: WAI MAN IP Age: 22 Ht: 5'2" Wt: 110 lbs. Contestant No. 6: YING MAI WU Age: 22 Ht: 5'2" Wt: 120 lbs. Photos by Alvin Wong Gee (J^oncj ^Uincj Country Style Hunan Cuisine | Selected One of Best 7 00 New | ^ Restaurants by Esquire Magazine Se...

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

Page 2 & ilj t -#1 Southwest Chinese Journal August 1-15, 1982 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. Texas Folklife Festival will be held August 5 8 in San Antonio, Texas at the Insti- tute of Texan Cultures fair- grounds, University of Texas in San Antonio. Admission charge: $5/adults. CACA Youth Club will sponsor a Skating Party on Monday, August 9, at Airline Skating Rink, 10715 Airline Drive. Call George Wong at 694-7668 for details. A seminar on "Financial Planning and Investment" will be presented by Dean-Witter- Reynolds broker Mitchell Lou on August 3, 7:30 PM, at 9350 Bellaire, sponsored by Chinese Professional Club. For reservations, call 965-8789. •U.S.-China Peoples Friend' ship Assn. is having a swim- ming party & picnic on Sat- urday, August 21, 6 - 9 PM at the University of Houston outdoor swimming pool, for its member...

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August 1-15, 1982 v^7 nTJ 4ii Southwest Chinese Journal Paqe 3 CACA Pageant Features Talents, Beauty of Six Women Chinese. The audience will be treated to her performance of a comtemporary song with guitar accompaniment. August 3 is the deadline date for tickets by telephone to ticket chairman Bill Woo (777-2800) at $20 per person. Reservations will be taken only for tables of ten or more people. The Miss Chinatown Houston chosen will be awarded a $500 cash scholarship gift from Dr. and Mrs Edward C. M. Chen and Mrs. Daisy Chan Gee. These donors will also present gifts to the three finalists of the CACA Essay Contest. The topic of the essay: "Should the Federal Government by June Dove Leong Jane Eng Gee, Coordinating Chairperson of the Miss Chinatown Houston FagOdit sponsored by the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, announces the names of the six young women entered in this year's pageant at the Emerald Room of the Shamrock Hilton on the evening of Sunday, August 8. Once again off...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 August 1982

page 4 \>1-) r£j "t Southuwst Chinese Journal August 1-15, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS b/ Ju"ie Dove Leong * I MARY ANN LEE and THOMAS YEUNG exchanged wedding vows July 18 at Chinese Bap- tist Church. Pictured are (from left) the bride's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. ALBERT FUNG MING LEE, the newlyweds, and the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN KWOK HON YEUNG. Family and close friends will celebrate Dr. C. T. TENG' 70th birthday at the Racquet Club on August 7. *********** Dr. HONG SIT of Grace Chapel is presently on a month's preaching tour covering Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. ** ** **** ** LONNIE and DORIS LIU of the Frame Factory, 9862 Fondren, attended the Professional Picture Framers Association's 12th Annual International Convention and Trade Show in Los Angeles, CA, July 6-11. ********** 5 LORI CHAN, daughter of Mr. 6 Mrs. JOHN CHAN of Houston, and CLARENCE YUEN, son of Mr & Mrs. HING WAH YUEN of Hong Kong, united in matri- mony by Rev. Paul Hsu at the St. Martin Lutheran C...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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