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

OCTOBER 1983 ^7 rtj fl t Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 CONT. FROM P. 1 Houston Chinese Chamber of Commerce A||an Gor After the program opened with the patriotic notes of "America the Beautiful," Chairman Andy Yeh expressed appreciation for the support of local Chinese busi- nesses toward the establishment of the Houston Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Secretary-Ceneral Wea Lee then read a congratulatory telegram from Texas Covernor Mark White. Continuing the affirmative spirit of the program, Mayor Whitmire emphasized in her remarks her recognition of and pride in the important economic contributions which the Chinese American business community has made to Houston's vitality and, now fortified by the birth of the H.C.C.C., should continue to make, "even in these times of economic hardship' in Houston. Referring to her recent call for a 'change of image" for Houston, Whitmire proposed that Houston is being increasingly perceived as a blossoming "international city' in terms of both...

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

WaiM i. OCTOBER 1983 rfo Southwest Chinese Journal Page 15 PRICES 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 ( 7 days a week ) * 1 EGG ROLL * PRAWN CRACKERS * FRIED RICE or NOODLES Plus 1 main course (Different item every day) Pepper Steak, Curry Chicken Curry Beef, Meat Ball Sweet & Sour Chicken Sweet & Sour Pork Mushroom Chicken 1.99 only 0 aa am • sua! • (<£ * if b * &*) §B§BOSTON r V. IS NOW OPEN AT 1)1603 Spencer Hwy (pasadena 1)6200 Bellaire (S.W. HILLCR0FT)SiI 3)2323 WIRT RD. (N.W.)ffltE '4 10401 JENSEN DR.(at 59 N0RTH)tE 5 3140 FULTONiti+E 6 2300 N. SHEPHERRD(Just South of loop 610 N.) (MS ? 800 S. WAYSIDE(Betweer Harrisiurg & Lawndale)rf>$E 8 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at lop 610s)®E 9 AVE H. ROSENBERG (next to Kmart) SSM \ 7 \c~ ' C Ic r V ic- lc£o lc- I lcr" l°0° [Q°Q ® o u c O ^ 0°o£o£C oXoXcSc cgcxcXc og5g5gSg OqOQO«CX o2oXcgcX oioSo^cx, c£oXo£ogc -)?nrr...

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

m TAKE OUT ORDERS 1980 S. POST OAK AVAILABLE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77056 AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960 8000 HUNAN CUISINE 960-8001 本报中西合壁 廣告收奶均大 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIINlllllllllH LAM'S JADE 4 ORIENTAL JEWELRY Til. 17 1 31 228 0489 2020 RUSK HOUSTON TEXAS Hours:丨 1 :G0into6:00pr 每業六天 獵期二休息 CLOSE ON TUESDAYS 金纘玉本 馕石器店 首賣足專 飾石金鸞 II山11111丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨1丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨1丨丨丨1丨|丨丨1|丨丨1丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨1|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨仙 Page 14 南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 // ^ / ////////// / / ^ 精級小策 其味可口 一 商業常識 (四) 辨定會計師祕佐治 如何籌割資產 提到資难計剡,fllc^ld:倘出現在許多的工商龙戌 職業敉岑仲Iffi’rfn-找們就阀屮桢之爲「'ttiw你的锣想」好 了。 在胳個計剡過柷中,你所杆的期.1??’家中人員的名灯 以及!:!前所擁舟的總作痄額^都必須灯在内。但計剡中M 先耍考慮到的是夫W! !人邡M,®於這苎行痄的迷用_假如 你的財産M龐大的,你也許"T以考虑參加一項終生的111赠 計剡,•如果你的財痄坫中等的,你也許希中保衍不動但Inl 時也計剎在方世時將适昨.不用的資産做M有利的_移, 計釗過杩中釘!“個械端的現免産牛,一是坫麼都不做 凍'li'l/f判臨頭洱説:一 Hy計剑過於嚴苛將收入與遺牵税做 M大儲備Ifli忽略倘人所.,而夾於此兩械端現象之間的 T 能性是愉快的坫聚作産,減低税收並以適合倘人所沿性而 計釗. 許多人常nM培俺秀的資痄計釗六,但II骱爲止M好 的計釗者乃是你自己•辟c受過訓練的專業人员協助, r 以使你自己史加熟悉計刺的過程與结果...

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

上接d頁 收近二百名%生,一律公货住校,頭三年足學站礎枓毕, 後闸年是到醫院習赏,總共五年咿戈。W外?:?設有外M留 學生班,留毕生不多,來岛巴及斯坦*孟加拉、踢阳卡、 尼帕爾等第三世界國家,留平生們都能講流利旳n-通詁, 訊問旳結果,一致認爲中國旳敎帥耐心,所以經一年 旳毕習,就克服了語-:a旳關卡。中_對诏學生足十分ly.遇 丨有衛生設備旳宿舍,有特別供應旳販觉,衍免竹娛榮安 排,遝外加每月有|苗-一十元旳人民幣津阽,(?-!]問留學生 在中_旳情况,他們旳反應是,生活上是受到照顧了,悄 緒上非常苦悶,嫌中國旳生活太n'i调,但是提到敎爭與乎 習,他們都一致公認,屮幽旳敎師是第一流,他們向中阈 老師毕到不少東西“ 廣西胬學院區旳正門口,有一棵大格樹,樹趦下設丫 一個交易繁忙旳自由市場,上午H菜忙旳時候,幾將XM 阻塞,下午謝市以後刺下旳殘渣,引來不少钱蠅0閒始不 太理解,爲什麼以衞生教打爲宗e旳饯構,fr容忍;id秈設 置,原來酱學院旳職工上千餘人,均落戶在胬學院内,饨 毕院又離I1J區遠,在「供」隨「求」旳商戈规律下,止門 前旳大榕樹,自然就成了M方便旳地點,+知憐乎院可妗 想到,在 ¥院内,近卷妬區旳地方,開设一個定質定似 格旳自由市場,使「供」餌「求」嗖方滿总,並M決了學 院正門有礙觀膽旳+偷生不幣潔旳惝况。收四芮毕院旳校 [il面M不箅小,校闽旳設計足絆過研究旳,如職工宿公染 中在隐蔽區,操圾扣骶Ctu/E一起,爭生衍企與飯堂和洗 房接近.,似校闽旳維修與保逄就W/E欠缺,維^褪生,M 水蓄蚊,道路不平,乎生飯党足一個灰黑旳統众,沒'fJ-粜 枸,也沒有vli炝,行政大槐,gJE‘frli反教研槐、都足''l-M-'ff 維修旳迖築,設若廣西转毕院釘上千餘名工作人U,均各 盡其職,来保#三班叩生近六名旳释乎院,足輕rfu易 舉旳工作,常兑英文報阜旳報淖,屮刷一般工廠旳工作效 牟只達.白分之卅。而今#看敎T1桄祸,其工作效牟亦低得 與工廠不相上下,是否因爲解放後旳大呤fnj胞,對做「主 人」旳银本概念悟鍺了向。做「主人」旳饤格足耍有桢椒 旳厶任感,迷用兑識,捉出“;行妁辦法,謀求比較合怠旳 生活環境與水平。相反旳做「主人」不足;3巳不啪人,不 足偷間懶做,不足坐^nn•,是要以貰際旳行觔,努力旳 作出利人利巳旳成稍,才能.M得1E1E做「主人」妁銜頭...

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

Page 17 刹该料;^項 請堪I (本報趴)亞又H.>;纽行 &wMLir-,V!0fJ.A ^ ?I 呢私科,丨四 z;通過,.1"I'J.MiJ'-r放款{-7yk4)& 人硏 从=屮!先生fr-n ,riv?-Tns^M^J。 . , f •主持圇際贸场、贷放款、 亞类國求唧行爲楚t •:.<: 及 tsni力ift]的^:務 o^i,, AA-I-東山浙江!!.f縣人,!九行址設/£休士顿中!!城。卩 五三年台大M系报來’來 从...-嫩山菜餘時IIIJ主:3:平谢 ?-.> ^ ,}<!.休L^'J人,..\w , 屮-^.r■■/I‘r ,.. -51.,,-l^.ilk'tl" ,v:3i-/.:v 人丨 Jll•!A: 临Actr,€:,[¥]银 c 然心 „ u川郃i-!餘尔,共相鉗fjw f能減輕聽衆對大師的 请仰與好奇•將''I奔纳 五、六百人的大暱擠得 水洩+通。 林大師此次來汸演講 卞題爲「自密宗黑教角 Ig/i-人牛」,也順便簡 宣揚中華文化變化新搞富具創意 青訪團休市演出深獲好評 (本報訊)中華民 年友好访問嗍一行十九 人rfl施領祥教授中领於 十六日下午抵達休士頓 ,妆於十七日下午七時 在休十頓尺嗜卡淪大'III 演出一場,當晚盛况空 前•樓h樓•卜痄無虚席 ,吋说圯近年内僑胞聚 ^ ;處的大場_lfll。 作畏達咖小時的炎演 節::中,十七位l«u以 姓術的仙免声、將中阈焯 -T-年的文化與二民K義 中倫坪f:f^K主的本饺 ,發撺沿淋漓说•¥■•節 n::主題以「大ia」爲名 ,分三倘部份—源,衮 f勝收,kifll之行丨進 行,代中尤以伏戒的八 朴敁'.VE於葸垃“將中_ 先人'r:lfr觀的深奧溶於 台然同鄉聯誼會 中狄節聯歡餐會 (木報訊)休卜頓八|1灣 l"J鄉啉汶會於卜月;h 四H ( ¥期六)晚h/h 紅地毯旅館内帮辦中K 作節聯馱饺辩。h辦苹 位特別捉供TH餅、投 彩,民誠與屯影欣-11'、 粘彩娱樂節:=:以減帏僑 胞們思鄉之0,也迚/、 衆汴yete^鄉卜:h^過了 !倘愉快IfuA人懷念的 hi^Ahr-VP o ^4f f ftp 美中友協國慶茶會 新圖書館同時揭幕 (本市訊)位於 (£>00rovetr刀 m. 105 的关中人民友'if-協矜於 钟術...

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

我演一場, 七l/.I'J主 J - nr 'yi Jtv 者可窀: :迎各界人 欲尜戲||||:小 Direct from Peking, People's Republic of China FREE PERFORMANCE MILLER OUTDOOR THEATRE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5,8 PM For Ticket Information Phone 222-3576 Presented by the China Cultural Society of Texas and Louisiana Sponsored in part by Exxon Company, U.S.A., Esso Eastern Inc., Esso Exploration Inc., The City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department, The Miller Theatre Advisory Council and The Cultural Arts Council of Houston OCTOBER 1983 STARS OF THE PEKIN OPERi (本報訊)中國1牙劇幽 於九月11十七u在 Jones Ha= 盛大油出 &, 爲,,女排史多的紐衆 欣赏中國國粹,特於十 月ftH晚八時在 M—lAr "rh(oo tr 妹曲力分析浓佔at在鯓聯旳邊.m地fj-二十萬妁¥隊,而 空中防ffeUIJYJ-五十五禹o在奈屮防衛武力中,保括二千丘 ^光擱截機與一说合地對空讹仰,。⑷防部R^-A;,-1-'!'.總4 令馬歇附柯德諾犬作介紹/li新武器技術时料逍:今U帝g 』^fi略析妁贼妗力邶打处人兴從|1|]!敁&妁^:成卵不«)| 的抬必戦鬥妒備,仲拟聯空'|'.們陡時在似ft-:備戦狀把o ..j.il 也就足巧n麼蘇聯旳M;fr:u;'!(川,:JLi個rf^^y.l攻落/ 1架 袖㈣I'n'H饯。ititli^山於拟聯人少J他們的氺隊卯外汴接 觸Ifliil'i踪如此之久,無//;辦明帖航各饯,史㈧爲他們旳戰 鬥ui'l?波‘rt-七四L部未钤兑過。 拟聯;/rfd能川二倘半小ItJ旳IIJIJ'.J,M U力或其它㈣際培台 杏狗辦明此饯,id使四力人士+敢想像}個邊境...

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

OCTOBER 1983 II fi /i rf 5 ft •I c / / 11 o s 民 i- MMH 南 西 Page 19 LOOK HOW 朱耀柏 添孫誌喜 <峙士頓訊 > 本冇殷商 柏偉fa食商號柬主,前 ft朱沛!!党右席,朱權 柏.:!4#商伉俩之長男 瑞诱媳椎辟月的 兒,命名傑,於八月十 四口>'午六時假痄金饩 洒東設、'tf fti,筵開十 fl:,場面熱閘,氣U愉 快,中胞弟瑞难fE,¥舍 主席•宵佈3n趣,祝頌 小w^快高長大,成器 成才,並介绍遠近由羅 抖裎到之:glt祖母朱饨裘 夫人與小忾貝及雙方親 _與衆相見,妝由張樂 天牧師祈f4祝:描,既rfll 開懷暢飲。 新聞摘铅 A休十頓九月十九:=:凌 U的榧人雨勢使沔南 區與柬南區的活勅<•!-. I1?於停頓• W民N水 汜濫成災無法出門, 交:地也因而附作潍行 •汽車淹没免頂,多 處店民M内進水使地 毯、傢只全部逍殃。 紙 fx 全 價錢公道 各類紙 話 / ★ / / • / / / / / \ 埴堂華* 婧詞高雅 招呼梘切 晚 飯 小 毒酌喜筵 儉 由 人 4 / / / / / / 一 i / | 其聯合互助會 歡暮基金與各項協助 (本報訊)关聯合§:助 會 (The United wily) ,於去年協助了 11:六 十萬人們之後,再度邀 請大衆«獻|己的勾!^ 協助有難的同胞^此乎 (八月至十j月三口jh )爲休士頓海鰭¥助社 負貴各項活動,在哈瑞 斯、福特本德與朶、|:5瑪 利郡共有八十叫俩代Fit 商提供一 1丙多種+同服 m.雷根總統矜於/L月 七日與十j HI 一次在全 國電视廣播屮促到將斐 協助減少大約一 一千一S 中國領事館 十月電影欣赏 !、時問..十月一 一十九U (M期六》F午 1時半至三時半 二、地點_總領館文化廳 3^17 Montrosemlvd Houston, TX 77006 !I!、片名..柳州行(英文解 説記録片) 鄰居(淡語故'K 片) 5、免齊入場’歡迎各界朋 友踴躍觀tt 個If.助辨構•總统恃別 强凋迠神義佟绀織非常 有竞義,使人們在天然 風災與水災中得到他人 的射助,而聯邦政府亦 曾於今年撥次一億美.7t 做緊念救災時的食物與 ft所用,妝捉判這此二祛 金已發仲到敁大功效M 助那^敁⑷诏奴助的人 O ...

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

_ INI 11(1 | 餐廳 彭長责師傅主理 WESTHEIM ER 休市第一家正宗湖南菜餐靡 本餐廳於三月拊日正式_«,備有資寶陳多間, 專M軎慶ttMT •歡迎俄胸光鼸指教/ \ 3)266-1 825 \ 電話:(“ 營業時閜: 通日:11 : 30AH -10 : 30P« 通末:11 : 30AK. - 2 : 3OAK 地址:5923 WESTHEIMER AT FOUNTAIN VIEW ; RESTAURANT/ 2 丨 HOUSTON, TX T7057 ^llllllllllllllllllllllHlliilllUiiiilllliiuUillllillllllliillllllliilllllliiilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllillHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlflllllllllllllllllllllll^ :驗 Ccqtury ^Ttkvtl SctVice 趣 胃吧tm新世紀旅行社J Computerized Services 代理全球各大航空公司立刻開票 We know how to satisfy your needs in travel! 609 FANN.N, LOBBY _ ^ 237.8080j 四》) HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 Since 1963 Hiiwi^fcr^r S«MI 找辜现 -- —— — V % 西湖麵廠m t7_817。。 WEST LAKE NOODLE 2902 Caroline Houston Tx 77004 進i mi山雜ft ..i 贫航供應屮心 家庭食品總籠 Southwest Chinese Journal P.O.Box 18603 Houston, Tx 77223 227-5566 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 OCTOBER 1983 西南時報 Southivpsl Chinese Journal 中國领事館邀宴僑胞 慶祝開國三十四遇年 (本報訊)休士頓中國領 車館爲慶祝三十四週年國 慶,特於十片一 H (M期 六)晚上七時在领寧館内 邀宴各界人士共祝國慶佳 姚牟恕信委任 警署諮詢顧問...

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

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8, NO. 11 P.O.BOX 18603 a& to # HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 NOVEMBER 1983 CACA INTERVIEWS WHITMIRE, WRIGHT In an effort to acquaint voters on the issues in this year's mayoral election, the Political Education Committee of the Chinese American Citizen's Alliance has interviewed the two leading candidates for mayor—Bill Wright and the incumbent Kathy Whitmire Assert your right as an American citi- zen, vote for the candidate of your choice on Tuesday, November 8. 1983. CACA: What are your feelings as to the development of the new Eastside Convention Center'' Kathy Whitmire: I strongly support the construction of the new down- town convention center. It Houston is to compete successfully for conven- tion trade, we need a larger first class facility. Neither Albert Thomas, nor the Astrodome can serve this func- tion. Further, the use of 5C of the hotel occupancy tax to build the new cen- ter means that we will not ...

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

Page 2 & r£] A t Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1983 COMING EVENTS ....v..:..:.. •maemsm. IMMIGRATION SEMINAR The Houston Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Asian American Republican National Federation, Texas Chapter, are sponsoring an immi- gration seminar on Wednesday, November 2, at 7:00 p.m., at the Chinese Community Cultural Center, 5905 Sovereign Drive. Speaking will be Paul O'Neil, District Director of the Houston Office of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, and Robert D. Rivkind, an immigration attorney. The seminar is free and open to the public. For information call Bill Ong (649-1874) or Judith Lu (629-9303). D A. HOLMES TO SPEAK AT C.A.C.A. DINNER Harris County District Attorney John B. Holmes will be featured speaker at the Annual Dinner of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge, to be held November 6 at Golden Bo Restaurant. Tickets are priced at $15 per person and can be purchased from CACA members. For infor- mation, contact Jan...

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NOVEMBER 1983 j?7 if) Hf 4il Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 MAYOR SPEAKS TO ASIAN COMMUNITY by Allan Gor In acknowledgment of thegrowing impact of Houston's Asian American community, Mayor Kathy Whitmire attended and spoke at the October 18 dinner sponsored by the Council of Asian American Organizations. The dinner, held at Stouffer's Hotel, was attended by about 200 Asian Housto- nians, including representatives from Chinese groups such as the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Organization of Chinese Americans, and leaders from the local Vietna- mese, Indian, Korean, Cambodian, Japanese and other Asian communities. While admittedly on the campaign trail in her bid for re-election on November 8, Whitmire appeared genuinely at ease and in good spirits for what was proclaimed "a historic event"—the first formal meeting between a Houston mayor and repre- sentatives of the Asian American community. The Council of Asian American Organizations, prin...

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Page 4 & r£) ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1983 COMMUNITY NEWS Virginia Chang, 1982 Miss Chinatown Houston, recently visited Taipei, Taiwan for the October 10 National Day celebration. Ac- companying Miss Chang, a student at the University of Texas in Austin, was Pi-lien Yang, the 1983 Miss Chinatown USA. Miss Chang returned to Houston to model in the fashion show presented at the October 26 Houston Taipei Society Garden Gala held at the Westin Galleria Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Toy recently returned from an exciting tour through China, led by Rev. Phil- lip Lee of Los Angeles. One of the highlights of the trip was their visit to the village where Sher- man's father and older sister Pearl were born. They also enjoyed seeing the Great Wall and visiting museums, ancient palaces, temples, tombs and archeological sites. Also of great interest were visits to various facto- ries, a commune and a child care cen- ter. An especially moving experience, reports Mrs. Toy, was t...

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NOVEMBER 1983 \f] Qf j$i! Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 34TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRC by Sandra Wong Der Bing * On the occasion of the 34th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, Chen Bingren, the acting head of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston, hosted a reception on Saturday, October 1, at the Cultural Hall of the Consulate. There were approximately 700 guests in attendance, all enjoying the delicious, delicately prepared Northern China cuisine. Among the diverse cultures and professions present, one observed these guests engaged in spirited dialogue and social harmony. The evening's program was opened by Consul Chen Bingren , Peking Opera star Diao Li who welcomed and thanked everyone present for joining in the celebration of the 34th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. City Councilwoman Eleanor Tinsley, representing the Office of the Mayor, and former Mayor Louie Welch, now head of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, expres...

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Page 6 & r£] ^ Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1983 HOUSTON-TAIPEI GARDEN GALA m Models for the Chinese Fashion Show at the Garden Gala (left to right): Jennifer Liu, Stephanie Joe, Sonny Woo, Yvonne Lai, Cookie Joe, Tracy Young and Virginia Chang (Photo, Hugh Chin) Left to right: Lewis Yee, Gordon Gee and BoBo Lang Woo. For its campaign to raise funds to landscape the grounds surrounding the Chinese Pavilion in Hermann Park, the Houston Taipei Society presented a "Garden Gala" on October 26 at the Westin Galleria Hotel. igpeisisisiaMaiSMeMeisis^isMS' JIN BO rehtaurant Houston Taipei Society officers Jean Williams, secretary, and Michael Scorcio, president. (Photo, Hugh Chin) Promoting the Raffle: Mrs. Ping-Ying Chou (left) and Mrs. Yhimin Ho. 7046 LAWNDALE HOUSTON, TEXAS PHONE 920-6595 A A DOWNTOWN Mon • Thu 11 to 9 Fri 11 to 1 Sat. 12 to 1 SUNDAY CLOSED JIN BO LAWNDALE November 8 1983 VOTE FOR BILL -k ¥ GOLDEN BO RESTAURANT San Francisco Style Cantonese Food Lunch Special C...

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NOVEMBER 1983 & H Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 250 MILLION PURCHASED IN TEXAS BY ROC 72ND ANNIVERSARY OF THE ROC On October 6th, Director and Mrs. Enti Liu of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs in Houston hosted a party at the Hyatt Regency which honored Director General Vincent C. Siew (Board of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs) of the Republic of China on Taiwan, and the members of the special procurement mission. Houston was their sixth stop on a 52 day purchasing trip in 24 states. Said Director General Siew, "It is a great honor and pleasure for the special procurement mission of the Republic of China to the U.S. to include Houston in our itinerary at this time. The State of Texas is a great state with a high potential in trade and we have in the last eight times of procurement missions visited this state five times. In the past five times, of our total purchase we bought $250 million worth of Texas products, including agriculture, industrial...

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Page 8 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal DR. FRANKLIN R. CHANG First Chinese Astronaut by )une Dove Leong | It was delightful to visit with Dr. Franklin R. Chang at the Johnson Space Center, for the October 28th NASA flight, the Space Lab mission, places him in the most important role of Capsule Communicator. Dr. Chang's grandfather was originally from Canton and emigrated to Costa Rica. His father, of course, was Chinese, and his mother a native Costa Rican. His father's brother is the equivalent of the attache of affairs for the Costa Rican embassy in Taiwan. Dr. Chang s family are most elated and proud that he has been presented with such a responsible Space commitment. Said Dr. Chang, "The idea is to get only one person to talk to the crew, so they don't get confused One of the reasons they assigned me for the "cap-corn" job during this mission is because I have been following very much the development of the Space Lab itself, and since this mission will carry Space Lab with it, I hav...

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NOVEMBER 1983 ^7 i!J ^ t 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 CHINESE AND WESTERN MEDICINE TRAVELING PARALLEL COURSES Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has ancient origins, relative to the development of Western medi- cine. But the two disciplines have coincidentally converged in an area of immunology that holds great promise in the treatment of cancer and diseases. "We are traveling parallel courses," said Dr. Baldwin H. Tom, assistant professor of surgery at The Univer- sity of Texas Medical School at Hous- ton. "Both disciplines now emphasize natural ways to enhance immunity, protect patients and defeat disease." Tom organized an international meeting in Beijing (Peking), China, with speakers from France. England, Belgium, Switzerland, Brazil, Japan, the United States and China. More than 200 scientists attended. The meeting served to make practi- tioners and researchers in each disci- pline more aware of the methods of their counterparts. Western physicians and research- ers ar...

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Page 10 ^7 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1983 The lore and 'flavor' of herbal medicines WE SOUTHERNERS ARE ALL ALIKE Chinese medicine is portrayed in an ancient classic, the l-Ching, as a discipline steeped in the tenents of classical philosophy, viewing nature as an animate and inter-connected balance. Sickness is the result of a body astray, out of its natural equilibrium; cures result from a restoration of natural balance via herbs and other means of redressing the body's deficits. In practice, Chinese medicine is an immense categorization system which organizes all of the natural world according to perceived vital characteristics. While nutrients, including vitamin classes as identified in the West, are less inclusive than the Chinese categorizations, there is a similarity. To deal with the thousand-odd medicinal plants prescribed in Chinese medicine, an herbal drugstore succumbs to domination by small porcelain jars, wooden drawers, and other containers. On entering Shan...

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NOVEMBER 1983 rtj Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 The Many Blessings of the Charles Ng Family by Sandra Wong Der Bing Charles Ming Ng and his wife, Stella, hosted an appreciation fellowship dinner for family and friends on September 11. The dinner was given to celebrate the many blessings the Ng family has received. Devoted and active members of the Chinese Baptist Church since their arrival to Houston in 1959, Charles and Stella state that "we have been truly blessed by the good Lord and trust in God for everything. Our prayers have been answered, especially regarding our family." Their eldest son, Dominic, was involved in an automobile accident which resulted in the car being totally wrecked, but Dominic was protected by the Lord and the Ng family is very thankful forthe many prayers for him. Dominic and his wife Judy have a 3'/2 year old daughter named Monica. Their second son, Chester, is a Texas A & M graduate in Environmental Design, and they are grateful that the Lord h...

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Page 12 dr) fl# Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1983 \ CBS in China What's the most important new BS show for fall? "Scarecrow and Irs. King"? "After MASH"? The readed "Whiz Kids"? Forget it. The biggest deal on CBS next eason is the stunning deal the etwork made recently with China, n agreement between the No. 1 etwork in the U.S. and the No. 1 and nly network in China (CCTC) to run weekly CBS series complete with ds from 7 to 8 p.m. every Friday, just fter the news, starting in October. (It vill repeat on Chinese television ilternating Sundays, just after the English lessons.) The 65 hours of programming haven't been selected yet (a delegation is expected at Black Rock, CBS' New York headquarters, by the end of the month), but so far the Chinese broadcasters have expressed interest in our basketball (women's and men's), our science (perhaps Cronkite's "Universe" series), our culture (from the CBS cable venture), our history (especially World War I) and our Benjamin Franklin (to...

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