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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

February, 1983 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 In addition 1 lectured at the National Defense Medical Center. Together with the Yan Ming Medical College, Tri- Service General Hospital, and the Veterans' General Hos- pital, there is a strong concentration of basic and clini- cal studies being carried out in cancer immunology in Taipei. I was able to tour the excellent research facil- ities of both sites. I was impressed with the organiza- tion and arrangements of the research laboratories, espe- cially those that dealt with tissue culture. They are superior in design to many of those found in western re- search facilities, including my own institution. The second typhoon of the season arrived on the horizon the day before my departure for home. After 25 days on the road, I was ready to go home. I have tried to be apolitical in recording these impres- sions. I'm sure 1 have not been totally successful; after all, my opinions are based on my life experiences. I h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

Page 10 tfb- fHfc. .&L Southwest Chinese Journal February, 1983 Wmm : : v'• -t , mm I >■■ ■ *,<V> . • - -• .&• v — ' •■ ■' / San Francisco's MAREEN "PEANUT" LOUIE recently visited Houston to play in the Virginia Slim's women's professional tennis tournament at the Astroarena. After winning her opening-round match, Louie was eliminated , 6-2, 7-5, by defending champion BETTINA BUNGE. (Photo by Bernie Gor) English As A Second Language Harold and Adrienne Harris, administrators of the Stanley H. Kaplan Educational Center in Houston, have announced the introduction of an English language course for foreign-born students and professionals."English as a second language: Intensive Review course" marks a significant addition to the Kaplan curriculum which has so far emphasized test preparation. "Many otherwise highly qualified men and women," noted Mrs. Harris, "find their studies or careers severely limited by a language barrier." The new course she says, is designed to he...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

February, 1983 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 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. ifesra THE BIG STORES.. .with the Lower Food Prices 3140 FULTON (Across from Moody Park) AVE.H - ROSENBERG (Next to Kmart) 2300 N. SHEPHERD (Just South of Loop 610) 6200 BELLAIRE BLVD. (at Hillcroft) 800 S. WAYSIDE (Between Harrisburg & la Lawndale) 2323WIRT RD. (Nearto Hwy 290) ALLEN/GENOA & SPENCER HWY. (S. Houston Pasadena) c 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at Loop 610)

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

Page 12 西南時 4良 Southwest Chinese Journal February, 1983 到®岡咧岡I闯词卿哩 The Houston Renowned V舰 5IN0 CHINESE RESTAURANT A PLEASANT PLACE TO ENTERTAIN YOUR FRIENDS 6728 Hillcroft at Bellaire Safeway Shopping Center Hcippu New; war %'GUM6 HAY FAT CHOyfff" Chinese New Year is February 13. Lunar Year 4681 The YANK SING RESTAURANT staff invites you to celebrate the new year with us. On this happy occasion we are offering you a $5.00 DISCOUNT on your next dinner with us. Please clip the coupon below CHiNi f挪 NEW YEAR SPECIAL 55.00 OFF Total Bill Parties Of 2 or More Minimum Of Two Entrees, EVENING ONLY, Excluding Other Specials. NO TAKE-OUTS Yank Sing Chinese Restaurant Open 7 Days a Week 988-2600 _ _ _ _ _ ■■ EXPIRES February 28 1903 You Get More Yens (DINNER) For Your Dollars At Yank Sing Telephone: 713/229-9206 食品有隊公司 杏出象龍中生中 仁爐子風西日狄 餅麵蛋格餅蛋月 仔包#餅食糕餅 1203 Chartres Houston Texas 77003 羲零 歡批 迎發 ARTHUR R. AMDUR Attorney at Law former Assistant United States Attorney who handled immig and other ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1983

華人社區內大可由華人苞下來 胸衣*、繚货業、珠*舊飾* 此情况下仍可窠求博秘#。 在經禽的地域上将曹有史多的人士越出播 人社區、轨出華埠,(BI类&人市場挺進,逐步 在美板秕會上形成一股骅濟力童。 在經營方式上將會出現集a性而取代家fe 式的經濟,朗着塽代企*的管理方rRJail進丨 在扠術上nj以佾助外來食金,集合財力, 以勞力加工爲主的行*將爲忮#;的行*所代替 ,以人力爲主的生產將爲檨被化生#所代螫, m大傳統行樂將可求得te展, 衣*的扠術水 平將,拔《到能加工高榷衣的要求,餐館轆亦將 期遲鎖式方rol發展,從而加强競爭的能力• 以上挺定,值是|«良好鹣鏟•其耠果又 將如他?預想不等於現* •人們也*到•新的 I年,架Si經濟迤是在衰退的谷&淨扎拳问後 甦的上坡*步維巖 <蹣 而爬,進胜有限•而 經濟結_的愛 ,在年来势必深化,料.♦?成爲 不可避免的搴資。 绝夫 經營。枞炱秦、 的「四大幫」ft 示。人 望煩而人 年 如, 祝我本亦依來惱深,丙的玆下雷| 諸阈人適據年的感均IB人値 位國衷H古畲時欣賀二致豬 新運心豬老有刻宵新月最年 年昌希,傳成I。年十熱來 餿隆望亟說就丨此來三忱臨 康。,願,而乃爲臨日之, 本與豬感對重,•慧本 繁榮 福 人亟欲向所有麽祝農矜新I C I 中國、韓國與越南裔美國一 並對快樂與幸福定必降臨I 申希望與目標,忘却苒歳 吾人已有成就,與熱切期I 驕傲的時刻。 •年出生的人萬亊順遂。本I 諸位同賀此很特别的I年 人所沾到的任何好運,預 • I o 朗納.雷根 一 根本 總報 統訊 特u 向今 全年 美二 華月 人+ 致三 賀曰 詞是 ,中 其國 原播 文_ 中新 譯年 ^^路紙智恭 把勒人同報時南西 根雷統總美 格新裔亞質 Southwest Chinese Journal P.O.Box 18603 Houston, Tx 77223 Tel: (713) 491-5704 491-7090 or 227-5566 請通知 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 忠诚建杀公司 CHUNG'S CONSTRUCTION, CO. 大小内外•建築工程 改建樓宇•屋頂修理 餐室•廚房裝修 防盗鐵栅枝 快边妥宵•取價公道•免費估價 晚上七...

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Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8, No. 3 P.O.BOX 1 8603 36r HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 March, 1983 Violence in Houston's Asian American Communities On the basis of news reports throughout this past year, one could sense an increase in the level of vio- lence affecting Asian Americans in Houston. In its early stages, some community leaders, trying to maintain a polished image for the community, have shrugged off in- creasing violence against Asians in Houston as isolated events, the inevitable consequence of living in a crime- prone, churning metropolis. However, the evidence mounts that Houston's Asians are growing increasingly apprehensive about their safety. Within the last six months, a rash of violent activities has arisen - in August a Vietnamese journalist was killed; two were shot, one fatally, in Chinatown in January, another Asian was murdered gangland-style in an Asian club near downtown; the latest tragedy, the robbery-mur- der of a Vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

Page 2 & r^J fl'-t 4(1 Southwest Chinese Journal March, 1983 &*%■$[ fcib f$M COMING EVENTS Documentary Film Showing At Chinese Consulate The Consulate General of The People's Republic of China cordially invites you to a film showing on Saturday, March 26,1983, from 1:30 to 3:40 P.M., at the Cultural Hall of the Consulate General, 3417 Montrose Boulevard. There will be a documentary film, in English, titled: "Happy Zoo", followed by a feature film, "In Search of Real Love" in Chinese. FRIENDS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE ARE WELCOME! C P C NEW YEARS BALL The Chinese Professional Club's Annual New Year Ball has become somewhat of a long-standing tradition in Houston. This year, Mr. Cecil Fong is the Presi- dent and he is expecting a capacity turnout for this celebration of The Chinese New Year. In addition to dancing to the first Vietnamese Band to play for The CPC, there will be a breakfast and a program plus generous door prizes donated by the many Chinese businesses in the Greate...

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March, 1983 r£) ^ $1 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 Chairman & Mrs. Terry Chang Gee of the Association of Chinese Organizations 'mm ■ The whole family has been closely associated with the Chinese Baptist Church for many years. Terry and Joanne are members of Dr. Joyce Fan's Bible Survey Class present- ly into the study of the Old Testament and the Mandarin dialect. Together as a hobby, Terry and Joanne enjoy dancing, fishing, reading and basketball. By June Dove Leong 16 you would Like. to Aubmit new/4 which might be oft ZntoAut to the Community, plexiAe mJJiz S.W. Clvinuz JouAnaZ P.O. Box 18603, Houston, Te.xa& 77723. - ' E 'in ^1*^ ipSJTi mm For the third consecutive year, Terry Chang Gee is the president of the Gee Family Association. His popularity in this organization automatically advances him to the post of Chairman of the Association of Chinese Organizations. As a former president of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge, Terry Chang Gee has ample q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

Page 4 \Sj [£) 8# fa Southwest Chinese Journal March, 1983 COMMUNITY NEWS By June Dove Leong City Councilwoman ELEANOR TINSLEY and Coordinator MICHAEL CHOU of the Council of Asian American Organizations attend the Feb. 10 CAAO-sponsored Houston premiere of "Chan is Missing" at the Greenway Plaza. (Photo by Tony Wong) A tax seminar conducted by MR. WELLINGTON LIU was held Sat- urday, February 19 at the Chinese Community Center. MR . LIU who has his MBA and CPA spoke on the changes in the tax laws for 1983. Pictured left to right: CPC President CECIL FONG , MRS. LYNETTE LIU, WELLINGTON LIU. }•>••>/<« :V-r. X The Chinese Club at Beilaire High School sponsored its annual Chinese New Year Faculty Reception on Feb. 14. Egg rolls, fried rice and fortune cookies were provided by China House Restaurant. (Photo courtesy of T. Wong) Happy 1st Birthday To Stephanie Liu From Lee and Melain Liu Also Happy Birthday to Grandpa Stanley Gee And Daddy Lee Liu Mary Sit French is now with ABC-T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

March, 1983 & r£j ^ Southwest Chinene Journal Page 5 REFLECTIONS: By William Der Bing * Every traveler who has ever visited China recent- ly has remarked on the friendliness, the sincerity and the happiness of the average Chinese. Even the real old timers, who went to China skeptical of what they heard about the massive improvements, albeit still comparatively low standard compared to the af- fluent western world, were astonished by what they saw. People are healthy. Their medical prevention program is beginning to make sense to westerners. Some articles referred to the para medics as "barefoot doctors". The visitors I spoke with never saw one barefooted. Across the street from the consulate at the drug store, the manager tossed off a comment..."It looks like a Chinese fire drill out there." A woman col- umnist for a Houston newspaper covered a dinner for Jerry Lewis. She made a big point of the owner coming out with sleeves rolled up, false buck teeth on his upper jaw and causi...

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Page 6 ^ TfJ Southwest Chinese Journal March, 1983 History Fair Winners Kristine Joe & Cindy Ngao tERS PAST ■ #*?■ • i«j ' tl I. . " • V. IT >•> em REMEMBER THE - CHINESE CULTURE: Although it looks like the Alamo in the background, actually Kristine Joe (left) and Cindy Ngao are standing in front of their award-winning Chinese culture exhibit at Durham Elementary. Kristine Joe and Cindy Ngao, fifth-grade students at northwest Houston's Durham Elementary, have emerged as winners of the Best 5th Grade Group Project in the History Fair competition for Area I, Houston Indepen- dent School District. Kristine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Y. Joe, and Cindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy L. Y. Ngao, won with their exhibit on Chinese customs and culture. As students in Mrs. Ina Claire Haynes' class, the two girls became interested in the voluntary History Fair for the challenge it offered, but also "so we could beat (classmates) Brian and Greg." Their exhibit featured drawings...

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March, 1983 ^7 f£j Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 Blessings in the New Year BY PASTOR LOK-TIN CHEUNG Chinese Baptist Church, Houston In the New Year season, we Chinese often wish one another good health, long life, and prosperity. Such words of greetings sound good, but a good wish does not assure fulfillment. How to live a long and happy life, to many people, is still a big problem. Here in the Bible is the Lord God's advice to such people: "Let him who means to love life and see good days Refrain his tongue from evil and his lips from speaking guile. And let him turn away from evil, and do good; Let him seek peace and pursue it. For the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, And His ears attend to their prayer, But the face of the Lord is against those who do evil." (I Peter 3:10-12) It is implied here, firstly, that life is a bless- ing and a precious gift from God. So, it is natural for us to love life and see many good and blessed days. We are taught so to regard it by the ...

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Page 8 ^ it ^ Southwest Chinese Journal March, 1983 The Things I Would Never Make My Children Do BY TING SUN My mother is Chinese. For that matter, so am I. But there is a great difference. My mother is really Chinese. I'm what you'd call a real, down-to-earth Chinese-American-Texan-Houstonian. And being a Chinese- American-Texan-Houstonian, my opinions naturally differ from those of my mom. She's a great mother, but there are definitely changes I intend to make in raising m£ kids. I've decided on three major ones so far. The first of these changes is on the subject of liver. I would never force my children to eat liver. If there's anything I can't stand eating in this world (which does- n't leave much of a choice because I'll eat anything), it's LIVER. Oh, I know not just Chinese mothers make their kids eat liver. I think that the mothers of the world today must have conventions and mutually decide on what to feed their families. Every year, it must be liver. Why must we eat liver?...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

T March, 1983 r^J 8^ ^15. Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Mr. & Mrs. John Wong M \ A sign on the door at Golden Bo on the evening of February 6th announced CLOSED FOR PRIVATE PARTY. This sign occurs at well liked Golden Bo Restau- rant.... for red egg parties, anniversaries, birthdays, and organizational functions. This day, however, it was closed for one of its own—the celebration of the marriage of its general manager—John Wong! John Wong came to Golden Bo but 1^ years ago, and it was approximately 1^ years ago that Rainbow Kit-Hing Cheung walked through the front door to order a cup of coffee. The magnetic chemistry of two good people sparked a warm glow which led the couple to the present momentous occasion. John's 72 years old foster "mother, Mrs. Diane Crist of Phoenix, Arizona, came to Houston for the wedding,(Said Mrs. Crist, "I have 7 adopted sons. John is my favorite."). Also, attending the party were Mrs. Sun Yin Sim, professor of Chinese Univer- sity of Hong Kong, t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

Page 10 March, 1983 Ma Continued from page I "VIOLENCE" Once again TV reporter Judd Mcllvaine of Channel 11, in a Feb. 23 special report, has come forward, with testi- monies that organized crime, in the form of Vietnamese and Chinese youth gangs, has come to plague Houston with ex- tortion, acts of mischief and worse. Although some components of the Houston Asian commu- nity, concerned about public image, would rather pretend such problems don't exist, it is apparently true that some Asian youths, reportedly migrating from other cities, are operating in Houston as gangs, capable of crimes against society. This development has come out into the open as a result of the tragic Feb. 23 slaying of Tuan Anh Le, a Vietnamese jeweler shot right before the eyes of his ter- rorized family in front of their Sharpstown home. While most local TV news coverage focused on the scenes of grief and bewilderment among family members and the Viet- namese community, the concern of most Houstonians has ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

March, 1983 Page 11 And She is a Person, Too! By WEINING C. CHANG. Ph.D. Psychotofist A friend of mine asked me to have lunch with her. I was surprised and pleased by this invitation. I have known her for years; she is the wife of a friend of my husband's. We, the two families, have often seen each other at parties or other social gatherings, so I have known her for a long time. But we, she and myself, have never done anything by ourselves. That's why I was sur- prised by the invitation. We went to a restaurant for lunch. We exchanged the usual pleasantries, enquired of each other about our husbands and kids. Over soup and sandwiches we commented perfunctorily on each others dress and shoes, because after all, we have not talked about anything else. All I knew about her was that she is somebody's wife, the mother of two cute little boys. What else could we talk about? All of a sudden things started to change. In the middle of a discussion of a pair of shoes that I had just bought, s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1983

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