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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 17 口女妮荷Lf 七十年代的悲哀 IN了新朋友而丧[fa'化,_人和平分手,各奔0-1程 丙方社會在近幾十年來在赝想上及社會制 度上都有很大的改變,尼采vf佈上帝死亡,教 曾漸漸滅低了它對人們的彩響,问時許多脓於 宗教教II的家.M扣社會M係也渐斯解W ,佛洛 依1«的心珲學説W雅大部分入心埋的不Y衡於 對「性」的壓抑|钃#在他引起不少争编的書 I—r烺娴wlflJe」中5t!提出盟氺對男女關係 及冢好制度咖新佔價,風行|時的存在主義, 1方曲投出了既有的让會制度的偽片性,|方 曲乂提出人在社會中的抓》扣疏!!戒*在這_ 榷思想的冲WT,西方辻曾的男女IM係産生了 很大的改變-避孕•的》|'|1興流行•使性與生 殖的W係分離•男女W係除/;了懐孕的略脅• 闪而|般人對於性W係的S法•大有改變,男 女間Cr-J則骱•不合則£ ,有缘相會,萍水相逢 ,只要由悄桕悦•就呵以産生IC叟史•時間一 到,拚擦或不偷快産生•即時分手丨 美嚙是|個褊fl«大的_* . aIHii思想的 改變,在!!村及小鎮通不見其效•受影VM大 的是都市中的小知織分子~到了七十年代,芙 ■大都市的靑年已蛵不止在思想上有轉變,在 *際生活上也行逭樣的作法• 妮荷L«.A*vs HA(L 道邪彩片便躉對 於la榷男女M係的一 s体常嵙霣的描述•片中 男女主角吴地埃倫wcos AT,Lt-JN及黛安枘铀 DI5 XEA12;. 銖的哈维辛格CHAhv。 b'l&.G£H 及安妮荷爾 riEhALL 代衣了 兩涠大郝冇中的小知識分子,他們出身於不M 的家K觜 ,哈维是紐的布t林區的中下w S太人出身,安妮則是中€:郃大平拟上的小镇 出身•道兩榷背¥在芙_文化中足||1祺不M的 •紐约的猶太人早期受很大的«迫和 歧视,w此許多人有n卑的心理;在另I方IIQ 又有許多焦慮扣不安令:的感覺•對騸力活觔fli 纛祝,哈维正是ilt*的一脃代衣I中ft"部的人 正相反,他們大多爲f«■或北歃栘K.的後«f, 不&天主教徒就M新教徙,一方曲炖倍敉會• |方面對於非教徒又有很大的歧視,思想保守 •自鞟m大/1IM傅统的觀念a六十及七十年 代許多年輕人反抗的對象•有許多t年因此Ml W中西部去大都市或R他地方...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 18 西南時報 Chinese Journal MAY 1983 l九八l年前邡法移氏 在美可復得永久居留權 (本報訊)合衆國際社華府電 ,國會衆院司法小組委員會四 月六日通過一項移民法改革法 案,使数百萬名在一九八一年 前進入美國的非法移民得以擭 得永久居留懷• 這項法案加重_用非法移 民刑處分,以期減少未來非法 移民進入的数«• 胡娜獲美政治底護 中國政府取消 文化交流 (本報訊)美P1法部纯過數月 M後,終於在四月四日宣佈 給予前中共女子網球選手胡娜 政治庇擭’在此期間,美國國 務卿和移民宫員對胡鄉申a庇 護案的處理意見相 胡娜在一項聲明中説到希 望在美國開始一棟新生活,學 習英語,求舉和參加業餘及大 專網球赛•自此事爆發以來, 中國政府s:向美國政府提出强 烈抗議•並對雷根個人所説: 「他寧願親自收養胡娜,也不 食送她间中國大陸〃」嚴加指 貴.由於中國政府對胡娜事件 處理的惱羞成怒,已聲明停止 1九八三年文化交流協議中, 尚未窗施的一切文化交流節目 .包括髀宵、藝術,新聞訪問 王安將與台灣政府 加強軟體設計合作 (中華仕台北專電)美國王安 電腦公司已承諾與我國資訊工 業策進食加强在軟體設計方面 的合作,並協助我國培穹與訓 鎳資訊人才• 纯濟部政務次長王昭明, 上月下旬隨中華航空公司首肮 紐約班棵赴美訪問,在參觀王 安公司時,與王安高階層人士 連成上述諒解丨 王昭明表示,王安電腦公 司_意與我方在電腦軟髀設計 人並在師資、教材等方面 提供協助. 身兼資訓舍靖'K長的王昭 明並説,王安也將視情况許可 ,儘湞擴大在台灣製造廠的%< 造範闻’凡能在台掰生産者即 行在台生産, 「專業華人之前景」 (本報訊)美華協會四月十六 日舉辦的「華人事業成功研討 會」,列名的演講者除陳李婉 若,黄建常、初兆平、白釗群 、奚會璋•周玉潁等諸傑出華 人,並有一位廖子照博士,講 演「華人專業人士之前景」 Out roox-«lor Chinese"Drofw^siona 一 s mt#士是油公司 CONOCO 的副總裁*身爲第一代華人在 美國公司居如此高的職位,殊 爲不易•由於廖博士過去與華 人各社團抟觸不多,因此也較 少人知嘵其成功事跡•美華協 會恃地爲之介紹如下: 廖博士是廣東人,出生於 香港,在港受完中國IVrnJ中教肓 ,於一九四七年來美,得到 &...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

The Fonde Recreational Center, Downtown On Memorial Dr. and Sabine Street 00 P.M. 8 00 P. g美民族文化遇 單辦各項慶祝活_動 HOUSTON'S FOURTH ANNUAL ivesmA FONDi RECKI ATIONAI CkNTER Downtown Mrmonal l)r Saiurdav Mav 14 Suitdav. May 15. M I 00 |> in to N 00p Prrfnrminu Art* t Sahinr S Martial t H Native Cm 商務機■司 ABC OFFICE MACHINES CO. IBM SCX1 Sl l.( 1AI.IST HentaK-SalfVH * Scrvire 2H ytiar.s •,*p. all brands tV|H!vvrit« r calculator duplicator 石雪平 Jackson Shili /iHOfl BiMonnet Hellaire, T* 77401 (713) «6(>-795Mi 吉屋全閜出租 座落在大街•交通方便•内夕_裝修 近市中心•離休士默學及中’小學校 不遠•適合作住宅兼商業• 請電:227 5566 or 227-1201 西南是我們的報刊 請訂閱及支持我們的廣告户 MAY 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 19 亞考摩祝節將 歡迎本市所有 的民衆#加 (本報訊)休士頓第四届亞美 文化週嗤祝活動將於五月十四 ,十a兩天舉行,此項活動爲 紀念總統宣言中以每年E月爲 美箝亞太民族文化週而辦_赍 祝活動中將以文藝表演爲主, 包括民族舞蹈,七風舞,皆樂 演奏及現代舞等,除此尚有中 國功夫的示範説明’如少林、 武當各派等•現場将有精美食 物提供•參加pi髀包括各亞洲 民族如中國、越南、日本.印 度、菲律賓及泰國等, 忙着張羅午飯,還殺/雙ii待客,但是最可口旳菜,遝是那 由自留地裡挑出來旳,下過箱旳蔬菜又甜又嫩。姪女住旳房 子已破爛不堪,柴粮雜物亂放I統,上廁旳馬桶對肴正門旳 大馬路放,中國人快囘到原始人旳生活r,在生活水帑it樣 低落情况下,如何满究「£講四美」旳文明梢神! & 梅...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

CHINESE BAPTIST CHUI 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 7' New Schedule for Sunday Services 9:30 - 10:30 AM English Service Chines^ Sunday S 11 AM.* Noon English Sunday S Chtnese Service 1:30-3 PM Chinese School 6:00 PM English Evening 5 ALL ARE WELCOME! 上午九時半十時f-« 英語上午诣片保fr巧語主 上午^^一時乍十二時. 英語主日爭哼語t午氓补 下午一時半至三時 < 屮文乎ft 晚上六時:--英語晚堂诣拜聚 YANK SING RESTAURANT HILLCROFTATBELLAIRE SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTER 988-2600 Coupon Good From May 6 thru May 15 S W FWY •丨LUUIU 華 o AuUMHUC Chime CrniM OpM 7 Doijft a Week Telephone: 713/229-9206 食基有 么玛 杏出象li中生中 ti >爐子風由曰狄 ti 餅麵蚤格鏘蚤内 仔包糕鏘食根斛 12Q9 Chtrtrct Houston Texas 77wj TAX ACCOUNTING PLANNING PREPARATION AUDIT REPRESENTATION PERSONAL PARTNERSHIP CORPORATION George M. Yeiter & Company Certified Public Accountants Office in Pasadena's InterFirst Bank Building 213 W Southmore, Suite 407 • Pasadena, Texas 77502 475 • 0042 Page 20 西尚時 Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 CH 324 hool lOOl rvice 敬請代禱 歡迎僑胞赴會 ¥ 神 主日緊會時閩 曉士顿華人浸信會 一一 I-葚一 |一||一一一一一 |一|一一一一||=||三...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

I 顧 TAKE OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE 1980 S. POST OAR HOUSTON, TEXAS 77056 AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960-8000 HUNAN CUISINE 960 8001 西南時報 迎新世有僑目本 投聞界關情的報 稿等局中次首圇 •等勢國及重地 •本消其報公 歡市息他導開 西南時報 nmmtiiffc CHINESE TRANSLATORS WANTED 聘請中文蟠譯員 fluency in English and Chinese, technical training and must be able to write in simplified Chinese characters. Send resume ancf sample translation to Universe Technical Translation, 480 North Post Oak Lane, Houston, Tx 77024 TEL. (713) 957-3890 m w #■ m-w www 妒#■零 國 ORIENTAL JEWELRY Til. 17 131 228 0489 2020 RUSK HOUSTON TEXAS Hours:11:OOmta6:OOpr 寒邐餐業六天 屋期二休息 CLOSE ON TUESDAYS ‘Dfc & OTHER AS50 EXCEPT 24 KARAT JAN if ★ ON ALL 金讚玉本 jtWELER 慵石器店 首賣足專 ft石金 了衊氟碲人i>.參公 一;]廿也日JCr n十wtl止• 所有i払及萬地磁鵠全部八 柝馕柃•足金例叶 IIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllMlllllUllllllllltllllllllllUlUlWllllllHllUlllHllllllilNl MAY 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 21 4 I / / '4, I / I / I I 精緻小策姜味可口 移民局便民 新措施 (本報訊)休士頓移民局於四 月二十一日上午十時舉行記者 招待舍,地方總裁歐尼!E先生 正式tf•佈並介绍一項新資訊系 統丨電話轉録...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

具批發 Holly Produce Co., Inc. 2524 AIRLINE DRIVE Pf\C\ HOI HO OFFICE NUMBER - 864 7744 UR NUMBER USTON, TEXAS 77000 864 86 31^174 WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 供應中西瓜菜 HOLLY ONISHI, JR. HARVEY ONISHI Phone: 225-4266 ULLEN & POLK TEXACO SERVICE Complete Auto Rtpatrs Road Sert rCi • Ttra & Lubruatton Stale inspection 徐振成 JOHNSON TSUI Ofk'ner 胞忠似汽各導 服诚公車捕門 •名修 傭•取廠m 4104 Polk Houtton Texas 77023 Page 22 西南時報 ISouthw€8t Chinese Journal MAY 1983 要 間 四川省一社員栽培 菇重四斤一兩 朶鳳尾 (中H新聞社北京四月四日電)據《光明 日報》報道:四川省合川縣思居公社肚貝王君 用稻草栽培出1朶特大鳳尾菇,重連三斤三兩 丨菇體呈鼠灰色,高十九厘米,H三十厘米, 叢生八片側耳。採收時,菌蓋邊緣尙未上揚丨 置入水中三日,菇重增至四斤1兩•這是目前 H內罕見的巨型M尾菇o 金陵考古新深 (中_新聞社南京四月二日電)題:金陵 4古ff探 中國新聞g者凌宏俊 南京從東吳在此建都算起,曾是十個钥代 定都之地。這座虎踞龍蟠的石頭古城,雖屡遭 兵燹,歷經滄桑,但,仍舊保留着雉以計數的文 物和古蹢•去年下半年,南京動员城海近三千 人,包括三百多名專業人員進行了I次空前規 溴的文物古蹟普査•到今年1 一月,全市十三個 縣S,群衆尋獲及上報的文物古蹟線索共計五 千九百六十一條,經鑒定,初步列爲應作重點 保濩的文物古蹟九百九十一處(件)• 汕頭市城市建設有成績 (中國新聞社班州四月j日逭)汕頭市去 年城市建設規模大,投資多,進展aii,城市 面貌有所改觀0 去年以來,汕頭市新底了總長四千七百米 的路面,新裝了高壓納燈、汞燈三百| 一十盏, 同時il在新ii禺路中開®街心緣岛,植樹種花 ,美化街M。 去年以來,全市住宅興建面M達四十三驾 平方米,其...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

CHINESE RESTAURANT (Mts TEL:713-465-6830 章蒋舖HI •令蓋丨 證總滿人張褒了中 舞统菊對大揚國華 •頒花他千’旗社 贈的的身以並台 的痳崇後及經北 褒台敬的無由專 揚兩和哀数蔣電 令側追榮人經一 和•念•士國玻 中矗•説的總银 正冓 明博M上 動了 了念頒覆 1039 GESSNER AT KATY FWY COOK, MANDARIN STYLE FOOD: 2 yrs exp. required. To prepare cook Mandarin specialty dishes. 6:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. $6.25/hr. 40-hr wk. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Houston, TX Job Order No. 3181413. Ad paid by Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. 聘請廚師:車長北方菜需要兩年經驗每小時工資六元二角五分 毎週工作叫十小時。工作時間上午六時至下午三時,有旮名;济與 勞工介紹所連絡•工I乍機科號碼:3 18 14 13 nnAimmmmmuiMiminrmTK MAY 19 3 a 爪 a 0 J 狀 e •I fa c I s e U7 认 a o s i- 寺 fl 南 西 Page 23 惰調高雅 招呼梘切 毒的喜筵 晚飯小策 豐儉由人 中正觔章是去年張大千八十 十歲生日那天頒贈的褒揚令則 是今年四月十五日頒發的• 褒揚令文字如下: 四川張爱.#年令望,藝苑宗師 天賦高華,發爲绮审,深功博古 沙悟創新*所作自東徂西’馳禅 光國•歷名都而展出,拓異域以 流傳•遠遊歸來,名雔明志,中 原海上,下筆成闲,託忠愛於丹 青,寫江河之壯鼸.揆其藝術成 就爲獨步♦於我文化復興爲有功 ,缀往開來,承垂不«•遽聞溘 逝,悼惜殊深,應予明令褒揚• 用昭文節, 覆玻的國旗於安暦镀骨战時 ,由治喪委員會主任委員張群交 给張大千的兒子張保羅收存, 慶母視節登艇遊港 (本報訊)五月八日爲母親節 ,中華保健服務中心將在五月 十二日星期四,舉行參觀海員 中心並登艇遊港,以便向我辛 勞慈愛的長肇們聊表敬意•是 日上午十I時先在海員中心接 受賈奎神父的祝福,參觀該中 心各項設施,並在該中心進...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

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Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8, No. 6 P.O.BOX 18603 a& & HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 JUNE 1983 Miss Chinatown Houston Pageant (from left to right) Marilyn Hsu, Wai Man Ip Back: Jennifer Liu, Sally Anne Leigh, Jane Yi Feng , Sylvia Hsu President Jane Eng Gee, Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge announced the names of six beautiful contestants who have thus far entered the Miss Chinatown Houston Contest and Prgeant. They are (I) Marilyn Hsu of Stratford Sr. High School (1980-83),born in Tennessee, March 30, 1965. She has also been a student of Northwest Academy (1979— 80). As her presentation of talent, Miss Hsu will perform on the piano. She also enjoys weight lifting, ice skating, swimming, jogging and reading. Her honors include the National Honor Society, Who's Who of Ameri- can High School Students and the National Educational Development Test Award. Her aspirations are to become a doctor and to set up a general practic...

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Page 2 \*1 il] H.f jfll Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 COMING EVENTS fl! M. bwumummumm CSASponsors Summer Dance The Chinese Students Association at the University of Houston, University Park Campus (main campus), is spon- soring a summer dance on Friday, June 24 in the Houston Room, University Center, from 7 P.M. to 1 A.M. Admiss- ion is $2.00 Refreshments and a cash bar will be offer- ed, with music provided by Bill Wong. This summer dance will be the premiere activity or- ganized by CSA's 1983-84 officers; King Loo, Jr., presi- dent; David Kwong, vice-president; Ellen Gee, secretary; and Chaoling Yao, operations chairman. Monument Dedication Commemorates Silver Spike Centennial On June 29, 1983 from 11:AM to 2:PM, there will be a dedication ceremony for the monument commemorating the Centennial of the Silver Spike. A picnic lunch will be available after the dedication. This event will be the climax of the Hemispherical Convention of Associations of Chinese Organizations. Lead...

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JUNE 1983 rb ^ t fa Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 Council of Asian American Organizations Sponsors Mayoral Forum by Allan Gor Houston's Council of Asian American Organizations will present Bill Wright, candidate for the office of mayor of the City of Houston, as the first speaker in its Houston Mayoral Candidate Forum, on Wednesday, June 22, from 7:30 to 9:30 P.M. at the Chancellor's Racquet Club, 6535 Dumfries. Wright, a former supporter of incumbant Mayor Kathy Whitmire, has attracted significant interest because of his publicly stated disenchantment with Whitmire's performance in office. All Asian Americans, as taxpayers and as receivers of city services, should attend in order to make in- formed decisions come election day in November. Strong attendance by Asian Americans will demonstrate to local politicians the interest and the strength of the Asian American voting population in Houston, which tradition- ally has been written off as non-existent. The Council, a nonpartisan ...

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r£) 8^ Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 COMMUNITY NEWS Dr. & Mrs. Edward C.M. Chen's daughter, Karen, immediately upon graduation from Rice University with an electrical engineering degree, was offered a posi- tion with Tektronix, and will soon leave for Port- land, Oregon. David and Millie Lee celebrated the birth of their son, Fobert Andrew, with a party at Panda Inn on May 22. Robert was born April 3, weighing 8 lbs. 8 oz. and measuring 20 inches. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Foo Lee of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Park T. Yee. Rice University cum laude graduate and fashion model, Alice Raymay Mao, has been accepted at the University of Texas Medical School in San Antonio. At the present time she is enjoying a European vacation prior to resuming studies in the Fall. Among the thirteen retired or retiring UH faculty members who were awarded emeritus status at the April 25 UH System Board of Regents meeting was Dr. C. J. Huang. Dr. Huang has had a long and distinguished...

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r£j ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 COMMUNITY NEWS The Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony in celebration of the Grand Opening of the Asian American National Bank is scheduled for Sunday, June 5th at 12 noon in the bank lobby, 2020 McKinney Ave. Reception follows the ceremony. Chinese food aficionados who live around Clear Lake City will be delighted to know of the opening of a new Oriental grocery store in the SE Houston area. FAR ASIA GROCERIES, located on 2345 Bay Area Blvd., offers many of the staple items needed to prepare a basic Chinese meal at home. With several such stores recently opening throughout Houston, indicating both the growth of the Asian popu- lation and the continuing popularity of Asian foods, Far Asian co-owners James Wong and Paul Lui look forward to serving the Oriental grocery needs of southeast Houston shoppers. Drs. John and Lyna Lim are the proud parents of Jamie Kay, born on April 29, weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces and measuring 19^ inches. Melody Lee, daughter of...

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Page 6 v3j i£j ^ 4lL Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 FOCUS Dr. Baldwin Tom Dr. Baldwin H. Tom, Supervisor of the Human Iramuno- biology Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical School, is the chairman of the organizing committee of the Beijing International Symposium, the first inter- national meeting to focus on the interaction of tradi- tional Chinese medicine with Western medicine and their effect on immunology. The meeting will be held at the newly-built Beijing Cancer Institute (Peking) on August 30 and 31 and September 1. A native of San Francisco, Dr. Tom is a 1963 Bio- chemistry Honor Student graduate from the University of California, Berkeley, and a 1970 Doctorate Degree graduate in Immunology/Biochemistry from the Univer- sity of Arizona, Tucson. From 1970-1973, Dr. Tom was a Research Associate in Immunology at Stanford Univer- sity in California. Since 1973, he has served as a Research Scientist and Professor at Northwestern School of Medicine and the University...

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JUNE 1983 ^ "t -$11 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 Lily Yep: Houston's First Chinese Female Police Officer As far back as she can remember, Lily Yep has always wanted to become a police officer. Compelled by "the mystique" behind the badge and the blue uni- form, she felt driven to unsolve the enigma each time she saw an officer of the law. In 1977, Lily Yep became Houston's first Chinese female police officer. An articulate, positive thinking, and vivacious individual, Lily recalls her experience in the academy, and being a Houston police officer. "Being raised in a secure and sheltered lifestyle, I was very naive of all that went on in the outside world. Entering the police academy brought forth a rude awakening of what really lurks out there. We are instilled with the fact that possible danger may exist for the police officer in all situations, and we must be prepared to react in an instant." "In the academy there was no favoritism or leniency towards any cadet, male or female....

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Page 8 & rtj ^ Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 Dr. Edward Chen Warns Against Loosening of Family Structures by Sharon Lee Chinese Houstonians will lose the "closeness" in their families unless the current generation reverses a trend, according to Dr. Edward C.M. Chen. "We're losing that close-knit family," he said. He believes the next generation of families most likely will be even less close-knit unless parents attempt to preserve this tradition. Chen, a chemistry professor at the University of Houston-Clear Lake campus, is compiling information for a book on the history of Chinese Houstonians. Chen attributes the loss of closeness in part to a weakening of discipline and a failure to learn the Chinese language. "Although we are emphasizing education and being good, we don't have as much control over them (our child- ren)," Chen said. "We're probably more friends to our children than disciplinarians, as our parents were. I think we've become Americanized to a large extent....

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JUNE 1983 r£) Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 MY FATHER: Wisdom From the Past For The Present And Future My papa has worked hard all his life and now as he is "getting old" (as he says), he is beginning to take on new hobbies and interests. About two or three years ago, he renewed his interest in Chinese Opera. Having grown up with Journey, AC/DC, Chicago, Styx, Pink Floyd and the GoGo's, no true, red-blooded, Chinese-American kid likes Chinese Opera! At first, my brother and 1 hoped and prayed it was only a phase my father was going through. Alas, when he began confiscating all the tape recorders in the house, we began to despair. Soon, the clangs, gongs and droning voices of the opera players blasted from different rooms in the house and from the car. The final blow came when he joined a Chinese Opera Club. "You mean there's actually a club for this?" my brother asked in astonishment. The same thought had also crossed my mind. Nevertheless, we grew a tolerance for this ancient Ch...

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I r | Page 10 ^ ^fl Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 Rain-Soaked Festival Keeps Spirits Afloat Onstage, as one of Sunday's concluding acts at the May 14-15 Asian American Festival at Fonde Recreational Center, Cookie Joe's diminutive Asian American Dancers sang, "Gray skies are gonna clear up, put on a happy face." The children's charming dance number to the "Bye, Bye, Birdie" song provided a small measure of bittersweet irony, for the gray skies of the weekend never cleared up enough to cheer up most of the festi- val's participants who anticipated a large turnout. Compared with previous estimated attendances of 5,000 (1980) to 10,000 (1981 and 1982), the 1983 crowds (reportedly 500 on Saturday, possible 1000 on Sunday) barely materialized, due in large part to the rainy weather. Another factor for the poor attendance mentioned by some festival participants was the location. After two years of one-day festivals at Sharpstown Mall, or- ganizers of the 1983 Festival decided to exp...

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JUNE 1983 ^ r^J 4[L Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 Lera Tang Marries Russell Taft Wong T Lera Tang, radiant in a beautiful candle light color wedding gown, was united in marriage to Russell Taft Wong, on May 22, 1983, at the Chinese Baptist Church. A wedding banquet was held at the Golden Bo Restaurant later that evening. Lera, a graduate of Menlo Park College in Menlo Park, California, is the daughter of Mrs. S. S. Tang of Friendswood. Russell, a graduate of Tulane Uni- versity in New Orleans, Louisiana, is presently a law student at the University of Houston and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wong of Greenville, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taft Wong will reside in Houston. A Place Called Chinese America by B. Lee "...Even though you couldn't afford what your counter- parts were wearing, you could always go downtown and look in the windows and drool. That was one of our favorite pastimes — we went down and drooled at those windows." Mary Shem, of Houston, recalled a favo...

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Page 12 & & ^ 4(1 Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1983 Reception At The Chinese Consulate Thursday, May 12th, in the spacious Cultural Hall of the Consulate, Consul General and Mrs. Wu Xiaoda and their staff hosted one of the most prestigious receptions ever with respect to Houston's Chinese American Community. As the invitation read, it Vis for members of the science and engineering disciplines. It was a veritable "Who's Who" of the Academic, Medi- cal, Engineering, and Scientific Professions. This annual reception is in appreciation for academia involved in teaching visiting scholars at the gradu- ate and doctoral levels. Consul General and Mrs. Wu warmly greeted each guest upon arrival and, almost instantaneously, the guests found friends and associ- ates not only from Houston, but from practically the world over. Four serving lines converged toward a huge table laden with four heaping platters each of 15 courses of the most varied and skillfully prepared Chinese Cuisine, ...

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