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

AUGUST 1983 r£l & Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 OPTOMETRIST DANNY JEE s- BY JUNE DOVE LEONG Everyone in the Houston Chinese community knows Dr. Danny Jee's grandparents, the Jee Jim Toys...and his parents, the Hugh Jees. If one's family is 'pioneer'' stock, has lived in the city of Houston for some 30 years or so, these are familiar names, as well as the House of Jee Restaurant. Danny Jee is the up and coming bright young optome- trist of the family, practicing in Jersey Village. He grew up in the Heights, was active with Chinese Baptist's young people, attended Reagan High., was Reagan's perky, spirited cheerleader for two years, went to the Univer- sity of St. Thomas and worked for Chrysler Credit Corp- oration. He says they owe him a debt of gratitude for helping them get back on their feet (he was their car payment collector). Dr. Jee left St. Thomas for the University of Houston, afterwhich a loving relative took him under the wing to influence him to enter UH's School ...

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

Page 14 £] if] S t ^ Southwest Chinese Journal AUGUST 1983 FROM THE KITCHEN OF CHINESE MYTHOLOGY/ SYMBOLISM AND FOLKLORE TSAO WANG - BETTY CHAN "SYMPHONY SALAD" Cauliflower Sliced red onion 1/3 c. parmesan cheese Salt and pepper to taste Broccoli 1/4 lb. bacon, fried crisp and crumbled 1/3 c. sugar 1 c. mayonnaise or 1/2 c oil Cut vegetables into small pieces. Combine onion, bacon, cheese and sugar. Mix well. Add mayonnaise or oil. Mix again. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Add salt and pepper to taste. THE KITCHEN GOD His picture used to hang in every Chinese kitchen. He bestows wealth and poverty, and he notes the virtues and vices of the household. Seven days before New Year's day he sets off to Heaven to present his annual re- port on the family. Each New Year a new picture is pasted up and sacrificial meats and fruits are offered to him in order to secure his good will during the coming year. 2l\~ b Chinatown Mall Development, Inc. • to tfj°t & « w grit a h frtfj - ! 4. ® ...

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

AUGUST 1983 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 15 PRICES i/ Susan's Kitchen ORIENTAL & SOUTH AMERICAN FOOD in Fiesta Mart 6200 Bellaire (at Hillcroft) BUSINESS HOURS: 10:00 A.M. -- 9:00 P.M. LUNCH SPECIAL * 1 EGG ROLL (7 days a week) * PRAWN CRACKERS * FRIED RICE or NOODLES Plus 7 main course (Different item every day) Pepper Steak, Curry Chicken Curry Beef, Meat Ball Sweet & Sour Chicken Sweet & Sour Pork onlv Mushroom Chicken o°o . susi • -ii m * B - ssn) la°a : £ * ?! . ^Si . 1*1 mn BOSTON □ / \ ± f V. IS NOW OPEN AT I 1603 Spencer Hwy (pasadena)3li$)(I £6200 Bellaire (S.W. HILLCR0FT)Sf^H '3)2323 WIRT RD. (N.W.)ffittl 4 10401 JENSEN DR.(at 59 NORTH)#! U±B9SM**H*A 5 3140 FULTONffr^g 6 2300 N. SHEPHERRD(Just South of loop 610 N.) rfrltH 7 800 S. WAYSIDE(Betweer Harrisiurg & Lawndale)rfrf$il 8 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at lop 610s)i$I 9 AVE H. ROSENBERG (next to Kmart) mm \ / 5 ^ C ^ C ^ C f " ' C t'c ?tXc£o£o£c .. ;r:c; Eexoi i£o£££fl£j -rcxo,c;o" 1 11 \c [O ' I ' ! V/ nOnr ;c„-...

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

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

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

水I大i海三I用了来 楼I队I潮村I上自水 海潮村华侨及港澳问胞,捐资兴建自来 水,已于一九八二年十一月初完成,顺利通 水。 本公社水楼大队海湖三条自然村,人口 稠密,向无水井,且离河涌较远,用水不便 ^兴建自来水是海潮村群众多年心愿。旅外 侨胞闻讯踊跃捐资赞助,委托村中父老设计 装S。全部工程造价为港币九万多元,于去 年十一月初完成通水。有了自来水,家家户 户用水便当,洁洁乂卫生,三村群众深深感 激旅外乡亲爱家之赤诚。 (文) •J-,.). - 创办《大江侨刊》 为了报逍家乡的侨仿乡讯,使海外乡亲 在相隔通远的地方获悉玄乡一些讯悉,大江 侨联会在一九八二年创办了《大江侨刊>。 一年内办了三期,共印刷四千三VT册赠送给 海外乡亲,发行到芙国、加负火、巴西、 秘魯、多米尼加、£1加坡、日水、澳大利 亚、新西兰等九个国家和杏港、澳门两个地 区。 “大江华侨之家”幵幕 由华侨、港澳问胞扔边的“大江华侨之 家”,在去年七月十一日落成开猫,至今已 有五个多月(八三年一月),共接待了旅客 七百二十八人;其1丨‘侖美国、加拿大、西 德、印尼、澳大利亚等国家华侨六十七人, 港澳同胞二百九十三人,内地旅客三百六十 AA, 大江食品厂开创新局面 大江价乡 土语漫谈 汤麟炎 Holly Produce Co.,Inc. 2524 AIRLINE DRIVE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77000 OFFICE NUMBER - 864 7744 24 HOUR NUMBER - 861«174 WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 供應中两瓜菜 HOLLY ONISHI. JR. HARVEY ONISHI Phone: 225-4266 CULLEN & POLK TEXACO SERVICE Complete Auto Repairs Road Sen ice • Tires 0 Lubruation State inspection 徐揪成 JOHNSON TSUI Owner 4104 Polk Houston. Texas 77023 ur MMJ ^ 气 MMI /fl np 各汕名廠 汽小’取 In公,|1, 忠轟爲傯 胞服作 CHIEF CAND 649-35靠6 糖果、玩具 卞侨中的大江乡 亲,虽然长期生活在美 加,但他...

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

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

BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 P.O.Box 1 8603 Houston,Tx 77223 227-5566 I^v^CeiitutyTrhvcl Service 電脳訂位新己I## Computerized Services 代理全球各大航空公司立刻開票 Wc know how to satisfy your needs in travel! 609 FANNIN, LOBBY _ '713} 237.808 0」四線) HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 Since 1 963 Humffcwy S«m 样辜现 西湖麵廠 Til:(713)658-1700 LAKE NOODLE 2902 Caroline Houston Tx 77004 mjvuumvx 尨骱供應屮心 :庭食品總派 AUGUST 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 美國電話明年漲價 毎月增二元或六元 長途電話不再補貼短途 (萆盛頓I i十 八〕难)实枷邦通 訊鸠咋天通過I項 &1案 從明年I月 起,卜條甫詁5T的 服務赀k月將加偵 I i元•商業甩詁綫加憤六元•通訊蝻的決定旨在結七長期以來WM 途服務的收入來袖貼地方窀括錢服務的作法,以使W人都町机得起 地方服務錢裕•轨的收W將解決地方甫詁公Tifi接觔客iflM途奄詁 網的M用,無論|個勘客足否打了te途'€話 11來收??都#出現在 ,母條奄詁褚的帳單仲•出於M途服棉线競> 的b益加W3荚璀詁公 司和龟訊公RJ的分離,袖貼Li成爲降低地方服務锷的附1 ,所w f 邦通訊w指令,從明年初起,蝻貼一律取消,ffu增/JU地區服務費的 收入則OJ代替從前的浦貼•JfflpllMj的決定遁茇通過;g#的纣淪• 本锋著名橋領 組團®國觀光 (枳银訊)吨If/頓唯旖mn#v. :'1:咎.-;i_ . h^IllMf-^^r— ^ 卜 片8倚知胡屮桦夂紂,'■■'lllt. ¥.胡伖夫祕•馁好柏;--、w 邠n作々w、W 紹作友-115^'k- 端旧灰W芩紺成•於咋七X:卜 起祝飛ff-::.,:^i^, _搭屮 航機!:北^;, ,fl-:^'£um ,炚/ 、呵浅4:<、f、i 々.‘/l tl_ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8 NO. 9 P.O.BOX 18603 a& i* In Highlights from the Classical Repertoire Direct from Peking, People's Republic of China ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY! JONES HALL TUES., SEPT. 27, 8 P.M. TICKETS: $16.50, $13.50, $9.50, $5.50 at Houston Ticket Center, Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana, and at all Ticketron outlets, including Joske's. BENEFIT TICKETS — limited number of choice seats at $100 and $50 including Gala Champagne Reception — Call 713/977-5159 for Benefit Tickets Only. Benefiting and Presented by: CHINA CULTURAL SOCIETY OF TEXAS AND LOUISIANA, INC. Louie Welch, Honorary Chairman Hugo Hansen, President Mary Bray Neelley, Vice President and Executive Director CHARGE BY PHONE: 227-ARTS HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 SEPTEMBER 1983 GOVERNOR MARK WHITE APPOINTS BILL WOO TO HELP ADMINISTER $6.3 MILLION by June Dove Leong $6.3 million has been entrusted to Bill Woo, Chairman of the Board of the Asian American National Bank, and a sel...

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

Page 2 i£j flt 4il Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 COMING EVENTS CACA BOWLING STARTS SEPT 6 C.A.C.A. winter bowling league will start on Tues- day, Sept. 6,1983. All interested bowlers are wel- come. For more information, please call Tom Lim, 695-2004 or Edwin Lew , 631-2616. CHINESE LANGUAGE CLASSES Chinese language classes will begin Sept. 3,1983 at the Institute for Chinese Culture, Rice Universi- ty- Classes are scheduled on Saturday mornings only. All ages through adults are accepted. Classes in Chinese painting, crafts, Kungfu and Classical dance are excurricular offerings for chil- dren. Chinese painting for adults will be offered by special arrangements. For information, or registration forms, call 447- 2367 between 9 AM and 3 PM. Parents interested in Cantonese language lessons for their children should contact the Chinese Baptist Church. Classes will begin on Sunday, September 11, 1983. Call the Church for more information at 461- 0963. PEKING OPERA TO PERFORM IN ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

SEPTEMBER 1983 & dft ^ ^il Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 LIFE IN THESE UNITED STATES AS SEEN THROUGH ASIAN EYES And Justice For All? -- - The Vincent Chin Case by Gordon Quan, Attorney at Law How many times have we recited the words "justice for all" in pledging our alliance to the United States? We, Chinese, as a minority group have been the most law abid- ing citizens of any racial group in America. Therefore, the Vincent Chin case has come as an insult and an out- rage to all Chinese Americans. Vincent Chin, a Chinese American engineer in Detroit was engaged to be married last April. To celebrate the occasion, his friends had a bachelor's party for him at a local Detroit bar. There, an argument ensued when Chin was accosted by two Anglo American auto workers who blamed their problems on Japanese automobile imports and accused him of being .Japanese. The two were asked to leave the bar. Angered by this, the two followed Chin when he left. They then attacked him and while on...

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

SEPTEMBER 1983 r£) It j|lL Southwest Chinese Journal NEWS Mr. & Mrs. Ton Lira celebrated their marriage banquet at Pacific Ten Fathoras on August 7,1983. Many of the guests present came from as far away as Pong Kong and Canada. Reeling in a hefty 75 pound Ling off the Gulf of Mexico recently was Johnnie Eng. An avid fisherman, Johnnie is the Formulation Manager with Hempel Technology, Inc. Mayor Kathy Whitmire came to Hermann Park to extend her greetings to the crowd at the Summer Festival held Sunday, August 14th. She was presented with a T-Shirt, in honor of the "Wacky Olympigs" games, featuring,among others, members of the Houston news and entertainment media.' Pictured with Mayor Whitmire is Southwest Chinese Journal writer Hugh Chin. William and Eleanor DerBing flew to San Francisco to attend their niece's wedding on August 6. While in the San Francisco Bay Area, they visited with former Houstonians, Young and Louise Lee, who reside in Union City. Before returning to Housto...

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

SEPTEMBER 1983 & & Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 OR. PAMELA YU by Phil Montgomery The desk, in Dr. Yu's small office was covered with books And other papers. It had the look of being well used. There was a feeling of comfort: a feeling of being welcome in the small room. "1 hope you don't mind the door being open," she said smiling, "but the air conditioner is out and it's stuffy in here." Although the air was stuffy, Dr. Yu's professional manner was not. She exhibited the rare quality of lis- tening and the even rarer quality of thinking before speaking. Dr. Pamela Yu is the only clinical psychologist at TRIMS, the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. She is presently conducting a program fund- ed by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health with a grant for $20,100. The aim of the program is to find a cost effective way to help children. The cost of individual therapy is much more expensive than group therapy. "If the project is successful then cost-eff...

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Page 6 & r^J 411 Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 DR. KATHARINE HSU HONORED by June Dove Leong * A citation from the city of Houston honored Dr. Katharine H. K. Hsu at the Symposium meeting at the Golden Bo Restaurant July 30th. The citation presented by June Dove Leong, called attention to Dr. Hsu's over thirty years of community service, and the "concern and support" she and the Baylor Medical School gave to the city of Houston. Some thirty years ago, when the city of Houston was riddled with tuberculosis, Mayor Oscar Holcombe conferr- ed with Dr. Russell Blattner of Baylor Medical School about halting the epidemic. Dr. Blattner sent for Dr. Katharine H. K. Hsu to stem the tide of the dreaded killer disease. As the first director of tuberculosis control in the City Health Department, she miraculously built an or- ganizational staff of 22, and many satellite clinics. Her fame spread far and wide. She was invited to speak throughout the world to tell of her clinical rese...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

SEPTEMBER 1983 ^7 i^J 'I t -fit Southwest (Mines? Journal Page 7 4 k CACA VICE PRESIDENT and MRS. GORDON QUAN by June Dove Leong George Leong Suey, Executive Secretary of the Nation- al Chinese American Citizens Alliance said something very significant earlier in the year as he toured this nation visiting all branches of C.A.C.A. in the U.S.A. "We old-timers are on our 'last leg', it is time you young people with your intelligence and your higher ed- ucation take the responsibilities of the organizations. You are our leadership whether you know it or not. You must take the helm for the future of C.A.C.A. depends on you." In attendance at this meeting was a young and capable leader... Gordon Quan, a representative at the national convention, held this year in Salinas, California. This year's Vice President of the C.A.C.A. Houston Lodge, Gordon Quan acquired his Bachelor's degree from the University of Texas in Austin in 1970, followed by his Masters in Education at the University of ...

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Page 8 &] fa Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 THE LIMITED VALUE OF ACADEMICS by Hugh Chin A note to the reader: I have asked the editor for special permission to write this article in my own lan- guage using contractions and all. This is known as "poetic license." I do this only to add realism and authenticity to my article. I am grateful to the Southwest Chinese Journal for letting me contribute another article. My article last month dealt with the life and work of a famous Chinese movie star, the late Bruce Lee. This article will be more personal, and more subjec- tive in nature. I hope you can identify with me in my search for personal fulfillment. Since I want to talk about the value of academics, I feel compelled to say a few words about my educational background.... I am a graduate of Austin High School, and an English major at University of Houston. My specialty is xn English Teacher Education. I am classi- fied as a senior. My teaching experiences have all been o...

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SEPTEMBER 1983 ^7 r£) H f Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 t- r. PENG'S RESTAURANT Chef Chang-Kwei Peng When one searches for food "fit for a king," Peng's on Westheimer may be the answer, for Peng's, which has been in existence for four generations, has served both kings and queens. One may compare Peng's to Rembrandt, a master crafts- man, so highly respected that he is revered even today. The craft, however, in this instance, is in the culin- ary arts. It was Master Chef Peng who prepared the state dinners for President Chiang Kai-Shek of the Republic of China on Taiwan, and before that, was the chef for Tan- Yen-Kai, the first Chairman and Premier of the Chinese Nationalist government on the mainland in the early 1930's. Master Chef Peng learned this craft from his forefathers at age 13. It is Chuck T.W. Peng, the eldest of five children who perpetuates the fame of Peng in the city of Houston. Chuck, 32, the eldest in his family is, however, the youngest member of the culinary d...

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Page 10 sSj ^ 4ll South.wesl Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 A GUIDE TO PEKING OPERA M Xiao sbzng Quit y> THE TYPES OF ROLES In Peking Opera there are four main types of roles: sheng (the male roles), dan (the female roles), jing (painted faces) and chou (clowns). The Sheng (The Male Roles) The male roles in Peking Opera with the exception of painted-face characters are collectively known as sheng. Aged and bearded male characters are designated as "old" or lao sheng, while youthful male characters are known as "youthful" or xiao sheng. The Dan (The Female Roles) The general term in Peking Opera for all female roles is dan. Formerly, the term dan meant female impersona- tor, Vecause in the old, feudal China men and women were forbidden to play on the same stage under the necessity to maintain a strict separation of one sex from the other and so young men were trained to play the female roles. After the fall of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), however, the old order of things began to...

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SEPTEMBER 1983 ^ ^ ^[L Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 Making Entrance and Exit In Western drama, before the curtain rises, the actors have usually already placed themselves in appropriate positions on the stage and action begins as soon as the curtain has been raised. Peking Opera, however, opens to an empty stage, on which the various characters make their appearance successively. Before their entrance, the audience will be treated to an orchestral selection. Walking and Running The highly conventional gait of the various role types has a logical origin. The coarse types walk with long strides. Both scholars and officials invariable move about with marked grace and leisure. Passing Through a Door Whenever it is necessary for an actor to enter through a doorway, he merely indicates that he has done so by lifting one foot as if stepping over the door-bar; while female characters raise the hand to show that they are leaning against the wall for support, this being a means of reveal...

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Page 12 & & ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 HOUSTON DETECTIVE HERMAN LEE MAR by Sandra Wong Der Bing With the encouragement of a close friend in law enfor- cement and his belief in respecting and obeying the law, Herman Lee Mar decided to enter the exciting and challen- ging world of police work in 1975. A short time later he became the the first Chinese Detective with the Houston Police Department in October 1979. Being selected a det- ective, an endeavor which on the average takes 5 to 8 years experience as a patrol officer, Herman successfully passed the promotional examination following three years patrolman duty. He was chosen along with 29 others from a field of 250 applicants. A member of the Robbery Division, Herman investigates and analyzes the mystery of assigned robbery cases. In certain instances he works along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Interpol. During the time of Hous- ton Chinatown's slaying in 1982, Herman was called in to he...

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