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

August 16-31, 1982 r£j $1 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 UHDC Offers Course for Adults JUNE DOVE LEONC*S Message Adults returning to college after an absence of five years or more might want to ease the "culture" shock by at- tending the Re-entry Pro- gram presented by the University of Houston Downtown College at 10 a.m. Friday, August 20, at the school on One Main Streat. This intensive seminar, froo of charge to any area returning student., will be directed for the third year by Dr. George Hamp- ton, chairman of the de- partment of behavioral sciences and associate professor of psychology. Participants will haye the opportunity to discuss tleir "back-to-school" anxieties, and receive informations from UHDC ad- ministrators and faculty. Registration for vacation- al interest testing will be available for those un- sure about their major. For more information and reservations, call Dr. George Hampton, 749-2051. At this time during the growing season of the year, would you, the ho...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 August 1982

Page 10 & r£j Southwest Chinese Journal August 16-31, 1982 Tax Information on Alien Spouses by George M. Yeiter, CPA Many Houston residents have nonresident alien spouses. In such situations my first recommendation is to visit a qualified tax attorney or CPA familiar with such taxation. However, just to make you more familiar with the ins and outs of this tax matter, I will summarize the key consid- ations. A nonresident alien may file a joint return with a U.S. citizen or resident spouse, but only if both individuals agree to be taxed as if both had been for the entire tax- able year, U.S. citizens or residents. Thus both must agree to subject worldwide income for the taxable year to U.S. taxation. Being taxed on worldwide income is often an excellent reason to avoid a joint return if the nonresident spouse has substantial earnings. Many feel it desirable to have the nonresident spouse own income-producing assests abroad and have the U.S. resident/citizen spouse enjoy the pro- ...

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

August 16-31, 1982 ^7 r£) ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Paqe 11 New Fiesta Mart Opens, Features Asian Goods by Allan Gor s its known success with the Hispanic market, Fiesta has initiated a "Pol)Asian Deli," featuring sweet-and-sour pork and ribs, an Oriental gift shop and an "Internation- al Bazaar" which will lease space to outside dealers. The enterprising Fiesta management has even gone so far as to welcome its customers at the entrance with signs in Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic, French and Spanish, and to place the flags of these countries and others both inside and outside the store. Fiesta has proclaimed the new store to be Houston's largest supermarket. Its eagerness to appeal to the in- ternational community, especially Asian American families, combined with its determination to maintain lower food prices, make for a formula which could spell success for Fiesta's first venture into southwest Houston. English Classes Offered for Chinese Speakers At the August 10 Grand O...

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

Page 12 r£} Southwest Chinese Journal August 16-31, 1982 (LOWER FOOD PRICES) HAVE COME TO BELLAIRE & SHARPSTOWN HOUSTON'S LARGEST SUPERMARKET IS NOW OPEN AT 6200 BELLAIRE BLVD. (CORNER OF HILLCROFT) Get ready fpr a pleasant surprise...come see us and save big money with Fiesta's famous no-frill, no gimmick— LOWER FOOD PRICE policy. One visit to Fiesta will prove to you that you truly can save big money when you shop our massive displays of meat, produce, groceries, drugs, and clothing. THE BIG STORES. ..with the Lower Food Prices 3140 FULTON (Across from Moody Park) ALLEN/GENOA & SPENCER HWY. 2300 N. SHEPHERD (Just south of Loop 610) 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at Loop 610) 800 S. WAYSIDE (Between Harrisburg & Lawndale) AVE. H - ROSENBERG (Next to Kmart)

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

聘請銜師:牟長馬來策,需兩年經驗,工作時間”:WAMtO2:30PM ♦ 及5:00PMto9:30PM每四十小時•每小時6 • 2 5元•有急者 尤 請洽德州勞工介紹所聯络•工作愧會號碼2 7 3 9 8 9 1 • X 犄凊先師:冬長.四川策,需兩年瘦驗,工作時閘l1:00AMto2:30PWl ^ 及5:00PMto9:30PWI每遇四十小時•每小時6 • 2 5元•有t者 Y 請洽德州勞工介漯所聯絡•工作慨會玟馮2 7 3 9 8 9 2 - V COOK, SZUCHUAN STYLE FOOD: 2 years exp. required. To prepare and cook Szuchuan specialty dishes. Working schedule from 11:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. & 5:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. $6.25/hr. 40-hr wk. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Job Order No. 2739892. Ad pa id by Equal Opportunity Employer. COOK, MALAY STYLE FOOD: 2 years exp. required. To prepare and cook Malay specialty dishes. Working schedule from 11:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. & 5:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. S6.25/hr. 40-hr wk. Contact Texas Employment Comnission, Job Order No. 2739891. Ad paid by Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. .. take out orders available authentic "country style' hunan cuisine 1980 s. post oak houston, texas tel: 960-8000 960-800: 迎 -rl Phone: 658-8121 740 Polk Street at Milam Houston,...

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

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

FWY --1 r JIN BO Th 11:00 to 10:00 11:00 to 11:00 12:00 to 11:00 Mon Sat CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services: 9:30 - 10:30 AM English Service Chines兮 Sunday School English Sunday School Chinese Service Chinese School English Evening Service AM.- Noon 1:30-3 PM 6:30 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: 英語上午崇拜衆會粤語主曰學 上午十一時至十二時: 英為主日爭‘粤語上午崇拜聚智 晩上七時半英語晚堂崇拜衆會 歡迎各位傭胞赴會 敬請代禱 m Unitedbank Metro 1602 Milam Houston, Texas 77002 Phone (713) 659 1010 地點適中 停車免費 \P 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 Government (If you haven't found the service you need in this list 一 just tell us what you need!) •各種貨...

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

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

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 7, No. 16 P.O. Box 18603 4k Houston, Texas 77223 October, 1982 Shanghai Music Group Performs Oct. 13 For eight young Chinese musicians, the fall of 1982 •night be remembered as their first time in America, and October of 1982 might be re- membered as the time they made many friends in Houston, Texas. These musicians from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music have been staying in our town as part of their two-month American tour, and will offer a public perform- ance Oct. 13 at the Univer- sity of Houston's Cullen Auditorium, at 8 PM. Their performance will of- fer traditional Chinese clas- sical works and folk melodies played, in solo and ensemble, by a Si Xuan (silkstring) Quintet. Also featured will be cello, violin and piano works by Mendelssohn, Weber and other Western classical composers. The performance marks the fourth cultural exchange pre- sented by the China Cultural Society of Texas and Louisiana The ...

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

Page 2 , & « t jfll Southwest Chinese Journal October, 1982 «w= =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. =H= =M= s*= =Ms Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet, presents "In China: Photographs by Eve Arnold" in Wiess Gallery, September 3 - October 24. Houston's 3rd Annual CACA Tennis Tournament will be held October 9-10 at Memorial Park Tennis Center. Saturday play will commence from 10:30 AM till 3:00 PM, Sunday 6:00 PM till 10:30 PM. National Day Celebration Dinner will be held Sunday, October 3, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2616 Louisiana, 6:00 PM. China Cultural Society of Texas and Louisiana pre- sents Shanghai Conserva- tory of Music Players on October 13, 8 PM at Cullen Auditorium, University of Houston Central Campus. Tickets $5 & S3 for stu- dents. Call 749-3327. Whirlwind Choir will present a concert Saturday, October 2, ...

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

October, 1982 &} ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Paqe 3 Who's Who in Houston: Southwest Chinese Journal Salutes Wallace Gee Wallace Gee describes himself as a "naturalized Hous- tonian" since 1939. Over the years, in matters of real estate and community affairs, Wallace Gee has garnered the respect of many in Houston. Surely his longtime involvement in and commitment to the growth of the great- er Houston community have earned him city-wide renown. - Born in New Orleans in 1923, Wallace Gee spent much of his childhood in China before emigrating back to the United States to seek the American dream. Luckily for Houston, he and his brothers, the late Albert Gee and restaurateur Gordon Gee, came to Houston to settle and seek their fortunes at a time when few if any Chinese lived here. The Gee brothers have made their mark on Houston ever since. Wallace Gee and wife Lucille, a native Chicagoan, raised three sons, all born in Houston and educated in the state of Texas: eldest son Kent, an...

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

page 4 i^J A t Southwest Chinese Journal October, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS by> June Dove Leong Golden Bo Restaurant cele- brated its fourth anniver- sary with a buffet dinner on September 10. Master of ceremonies WALLACE GEE introduced the numerous Golden Bo co-owners responsible for its four- year success story, and announced the September 11 opening of a new late-night dining section, part of renovations undertaken and completed by ROBERT T.M. CHU of Chu's Interests. ******* On September 12, at the Chinese Community Culture Center, LEWIS YEE, president of the CACA-Houston lodge, and GORDON and SYLVIA QUAN, class instructors, presided over the first class of the CACA-sponsored Citizenship Class which began in July. Certificates were conferred to 25 participants in the class, which CACA sponsored to assist members of the Chinese community who wished to become American citizens. ******* Violinist KYUNG-WHA CHUNG will be featured with the Houston Symphony with Sergiu Comissiona conduct-...

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

October, 1982 r£j Mf Southwest Chinese Journal Page. 5 June Dove Leong Symposium , Top row left to right, Dr. Seng K. Ooi, Dr. T. C. Lu, Dr. Frank C. Sung Front row left to right, Hair stylist Ron Chow, Dr. James Tang Dr. James Tang, assist- ant professor of surgery/ plastic surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston spoke on the sub- ject "Aesthetic Plastic Surgery" at the Symposium meeting Saturday, September 25th at 6 P.M. at Ta Hua Restaurant in the Galleria area. He used slide pro- jections to illustrate his message. Hair stylist and cosmet- ologist Ron Chow, consult- ant for three consecutive years to the Miss China- town Houston Pageant, also spoke. Generous door prizes pre- sented to doctors came from Bill Chu, owner of the two First Oriental. Markets, restaurateur Sam Hwang, owner of Don Ting Restau- rant, and owner Arthur Poon, Island Trading Co. (import & export) and Island Enterprise (invest- ments) . CACA's Sept. Seminar • V ^ Top row left to right Att...

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

Paqe 6 xgj a# Southwest Chinese Journal October, 1982 limub I ■"fWBfiC. Sacramento's Twirl Girl In Sacramento, California, people call her the "Twirl Girl." Fifteen-year-old Debbie Owyang is a national champion in baton twirling, having won in August her eighth national crown in the U.S. Twirling Associa- tion championships held in San Antonio. In her 11 years of twirl- ing, Debbie, the daughter of Hing and Helen Owyang has won more than 800 trophies. Debbie plans to try out in February for a berth on the U.S. national twirling team, which would mean a chance to compete in the World Baton Twirling Federation competi- tion in Italy next August. Although much of her time is taken up by practice, Debbie has traveled with her parents to places like Hawa- ii and Taiwan, and during her triumphant Texas stay in August, visited with family friends in Houston. Someday, she would like to go to China to demonstrate baton twirling. Although Sacramento's Kennedy High School, where she is a sopho...

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

October, 1982 & Southwest Chinese Journal P ge 7 Chinatown Mall Development L by June Dove Leong Air conditioned comfort - come rain..freeze..steamy heat..or thunderstorms - two garages for one's park- ing convenience will accom- modate "one-stop-shoppers" who seek ease in making purchases for one's family and friends. They have done it in San Francisco Chinatown as ex- emplified in the newly re- modeled China Trade Center on Grant Avenue. It is now Houston's turn to show the world that Chinese Hous- tonians are not far behind in progressive business developments. Three far-sighted, enter- prising leaders in the Chinese community have pro- pelled the movement - now 3/4th of the space in Hou- ton's Chinatown Hall is sold-out! The success-oriented trio, as pictured above, are Bill Chu, owner of two First Oriental Markets, whose third will spring forth inside Chinatown Ma'1; Realtor Peggy King of King Real Estate International on Chartres Street, who has guided countless numbers fr...

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

Page 8 t Southwest Chinese Journal October, 1982 Local Artists Show Concern with 'Prisoners of Conscience' by Allan Gor "Prisoners of Conscience," showing at Studio One, 1511 Congress through October 15, is an exhibition of art by 21 Houston artists which is meant to speak for 21 individ- uals who cannot speak for themselves. Organized by Amnesty International, USA, Group 23 of Houston, Texas, the exhibit, situated in the shadows of Houston's skid row district, strains to point to the desperate situations of 21 people from 18 different countries who, according to Amnesty International, are political prisoners held be- cause of their beliefs, color, sex, ethnic origin, lan- guage or religion, who have neither used nor advocated violence. Members of the Chinese community in Houston who look for political motives in anything with a Chinese connection should be aware that Amnesty International considers it- self politically neutral, and that the exhibition includes works, pictured hereo...

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

October, 1982 ^7 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Dr. James Tang, Plastic Surgeon by June Dove Leong Abracadabra! The fairy godmother waved her magic wand and Cinderella became a lovely princess with a coach and six white horses to take her to the ball! That was the way it hap- pened in Perrault's fairy tale...but in the real world, the magic is the deft hands of a surgeon whose scalpel is the magic wand which trans- forms the displeasing to the pleasing. A President's wife, Betty Ford, used this magic for a better image and self-esteem. Film star Ann-Margret fell from a temporary scaffolding during a Las Vegas perform- ance to horribly disfigure a once beautiful face. A dec- orated war hero returns with battle scars and endeavors to adjust to a civilian world. Many and varied are the in- dividual reasons for need, but without the aid of the plastic surgeon, lives now happily rescued, could go on in dark self-despising de- pression . A Houston hometown boy who made good as an arti...

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

Page 10 v^7 r£) flf Southwest Chinese Journal October, 1982 A Favorite Recipe ESTHER QUAN'S SHRIMP FRIED RICE 6 c. rice, cooked and warm 4 T. oil 3 eggs 1 t. salt 1/2 t. pepper 1 sin. green pepper, diced 3 T. soy sauce 1/2 t. sugar 2 medium onions, chopped 1/4 lb. mushrooms, sliced 1 lb. shrimps, shelled, cleaned and chopped coarsely EDITOR'S NOTE This reprint of Mrs. Quan's Shrimp Fried Rice recipe is due to an omis- sion in the recipe as ori- ginally run. Our apolo- gies to those inconveni- enced. The Whirlwind Players, a Houston cultural perform- ance group, are whirling into action their next production "Looking Forward to Spring," to be presented at Rice University. The Whirlwind Players performed at the University of Hous- ton's Cullen Auditorium in September. Officers of the Whirlwind Players are President Richard Liu, Director Frank Chang, Assistant Director Frank Yuan, Singing Group Leader Reggie Yu, Public Relations Director Roselyn Wang and Stage Manager Patrick Wang. -J ...

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

October, 1982 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 PRICES) HAVE COME TO BELLAIRE & SHARPSTOWN HOUSTON'S LARGEST SUPERMARKET IS NOW OPEN AT 6200 BELLAIRE BLVD. (CORNER OF HILLCROFT) Get ready for a pleasant surprise...come see us and save big money with Fiesta's famous no-frill, no gimmick— LOWER FOOD PRICE policy. One visit to Fiesta will prove to you that you truly can save big money when you shop our massive displays of meat, produce, groceries, drugs, and clothing. THE BIG STORES.. .with the Lower Food Prices 3140 FULTON (Across from Moody Park) ALLEN/GENOA & SPENCER HWY. <Spa"aden°a) 2300 N SHEPHERD (Just South of Loop 610) 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at Loop 610) 800 S WAYSIDE (Between Harrisburg & Lawndale) AVE. H - ROSENBERG (Next to Kmart)

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