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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY I VOL. 9 NO. 2 P.O.BOX 18603 * Attorney Hannah Chow has announced her candi- dacy for Judge of the Harris County Civil Court No. 3. Ms. Chow, a graduate of the University of Houston and the South Texas College of Law, is the first Chinese woman to receive a law license in the state of Texas. Sr to flfr HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 FEBRUARY 1984 Miss Chinatown Houston MARILYN HSU By June Dove Leong In the question-and-answer portion of the 1983 Miss Chinatown Houston Pageant, Marilyn Hsu was asked, "Many scholastic awards have been made in recogni- tion of children of Indochinese heritage in U S schools, some of whom have only but in recent years acquired the knowledge of the English language—why do you suppose this is so?" She responded, "It is because, as an Oriental people, parents care. The families of Orientals, in the majority, believe in excellence in their children. Children are inspired to do their best in school,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Page 2 r£} ^ $1 Southwent Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 LETTERS FW IBI |, 1007 Castro San Francisco, CA 94114 December 28, 1983 Dear Mr. Gor: I read your thoughtful review of PIE-BITER with great interest. It is rare for a reviewer to give such careful consideration to all aspects of a book, and it is because of my appreciation for your concern that I'm writing. You were quite right that I tried to stay as close to the original story of PIE-BITER as possible. I feel that history and biographies should be as accurate as pos- sible, that people should be portrayed (warts and all) with realism, and if PIE-BITER inspires the discussions you suggest I will be well satisfied. I must admit, however, that I never had any problem with the trick that Pie-Biter played. Myths and legends, Asian and Western, are full of tricks. In fact, the tricks- ter motif is one of the most common. Just look at all the legends of Monkey, the champion of tricksters! Closer to home, look at the Chinese American...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

. mrmn i FEBRUARY 1984 v*7 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Reagan, Zhao Meet in Washington "IB Premier Zhao Ziyang of the People's Republic of China journeyed to the United States in January and was warmly welcomed in Washington, D C by Presi- dent Ronald Reagan. Hailing Zhao as "the first Chi- nese head of government to visit the United States, Reagan conducted a series of discussions with Zhao during his three-day Washington visit which con- cluded with the signing of an industrial and technologi- cal accord between the two nations While no major developments had been expected, both leaders came away from their meetings express- ing satisfaction and hope for futurecooperation. Com- mented Reagan on the final day, "The Premier and I were able to clarify our respective positions." Zhao stated, "Through these talks, we enhanced our mutual understanding." Several public remarks of both Zhao and Reagan during the visit, while obviously delivered in a context of diplomatic courtesy, neverth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

P *e 4 & fa #• Southwell Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS Realtor Jane Eng Gee. the first woman president of the Houston Lodge. Chinese American Citizens Alliance, has been re-elected to that office The instal- lation for her second term took place January 29 at Golden Palace Restaurant A red egg and ginger party was held January 29 for Jacqueline Jade Liu at the Lychee Restaurant. The party was hosted by Jacqueline's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Pang Liu, as well as her parents, Lonnie and Doris Liu. Jim Soon Lee and James Huang have been selected the 1984 co-presidents of the Association of Chinese Organizations. A red egg party for Stephanie Lee, daughter of Larry and Nancy Lee, was held Sunday, January 22 at Golden City Restaurant. Her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Henry S.H Lee and Mrs Wing Yee, hosted the happy occasion, joined by their many friends and relatives The Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge is planning a seminar on landlord-tenant rights in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

FEBRUARY 1984 ^7 ifj Southwest (Chinese Journal Page 5 MORE COMMUNITY NEWS Dr. James Tang, son of Mrs. Pearl Tang and the late Mr. Sui S. Tang, has announced his engagement to Dr. Elizabeth Ann Liu, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Liu of Tyler, Texas Dr. Liu is presently in residency training in radiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Tang is practicing plastic surgery at the Cypress- Fairbanks Plastic Surgery Center in northwest Hous- ton. The wedding is planned for April in Tyler. Left to right: Family Practitioner Nellie P Grose spoke at the June Dove Leong Symposium on January 28 at Yang's Restaurant Orthodontist Kim S. Gee won the door prize of the beautiful floral arrangement from Eddy Lim's Florist, and Dr Katharine Hsu was gifted with the dinner for two from David Jue of China Garden Restaurant Chinese Houstonians enjoy up-to-date news of former Houstonians who have been their friends Fred and Daisy Moy spent a great three weeks in Europe Daisy writes that she p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Page 6 & Southwest Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 COMING EVENTS CHINESE NEW YEAR In Chinatown FEB. 5 This year's coming of the Chinese New Year will be highlighted by the February 5 celebration in China- town. The gala event, scheduled from 2 to 6 p.m., is sponsored by numerous local Chinese organizations, including the Association of Chinese Organizations, On Leong Merchants Association, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and numerous family associa- tions The program of entertainment, on stages slated to be erected on the parking area of the Lucky Inn/First Oriental Market shopping center on St. Emanuel, will feature both dragon and lion dances, traditional folk songs and dances, and live music. USCPFA Films The U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association will present two films, "The Rickshaw Boy" and "Camel Xianzi," with English subtitles, on February 12. at 1:30 p.m. at Rice Media Center, located off University Blvd between Main and Greenbriar On February 19, sametimeand place,"Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

FEBRUARY 1984 *3? ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 Ints Ina. |nd It in Ited lirst rin- |o a lthe |os- pro- I but ■e of liv- )US- jren 'the lily 5up- AMA hd Nation*! | Pro Sirlf 3pener JARY & 5th 19841 d Only. OME!| RUAHY 4 at 8 00 PM | 00 PM UARY 5 30 PM 30 AM ,g«ton« | at dystrophy n area mote* I For Metro's Ernest Y. Chou By June Dove Leong As an Asian, do you have a business which can be better served by a bus line to increase sales? As a resident of the city, are you willing and able to board and return home by bus, or is it essential that you rely on your own vehicle? The Metropolitan Transit Authority ("Metro"), which operates the city bus system, recently hired Ernest Y. Chou as a Community Relations Representative, to educate the public on what Metro does and to provide the public with access to Metro to facilitate the trans- portation needs of Houstonians. Reports Ernest, "You may not know it, but 1<t out of your 6<t (collected in sales tax per dollar) goes to u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Page 8 ^ fa Southwest Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 First Queen of Houston Chinatown NORMA CHEN TRACY TODAY By Sandra Wong Oer Bing Chinatowns across the United States become their most colorful when Chinese New Year arrives. For the year 4656, the Houston Chinese American community added to its Chinese New Year celebration and pageantry by selecting its first Queen of Chinese New Year. This event took place at the fourth annual cele- bration dance and program held by the Chinese Uni- versity Club (now known as the Chinese Professional Club) at the Crystal Ballroom of the Rice Hotel on February 16, 1958. Among the eight contenders vying for the title, Norma Chen, a Jesse H. Jones High School student, was crowned "Miss Chinese New Year." QUEEN FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR 4656 (1958) Miss Norma Chen is crowned by Dr. Gordon Chang. As stunning today as she was the night she was crowned, Manhattan-born Norma is a certified parale- gal for United Savings Association of Texas, whereshe handles b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

FEBRUARY 1984 ^ t^] -111 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 al L Advisory Committee Meets By Allan Gor An estimated 50 people attended the fourth meeting of the Asian American Advisory Committee to the Office of the Mayor of Houston, held January 17 at the Houston Public Library. Jerry Wood, Research Director of the Office of the Mayor and meeting coordinator, introduced Waynette Chan, the recently appointed assistant to Police Chief Lee Brown, and Mamie Garcia, currently acting as the liaison between the Houston Police Department and the Asian American community, to discuss police matters. Chan, having been in Houston less than two months, described her responsibilities in the administration of Chief Brown's office, and assured the audience that "the chief is committed to hiring an Asian liaison officer." Garcia, who has been filling that role until a job description is written and an Asian can be retained, outlined the extent of her interactions with the com- munity, noting the impr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Page 10 tSj fa Southwest Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 HISD's Reagan, Asians Discuss Community Programs By Allan Gor On January 24, Dr. Billy Reagan, superintendent of the Houston Independent School District, spoke before members of the Asian American community in a gathering at Hoi Quan Thong Nhat Restaurant organ- ized by Houston's Asian American Alliance. Joining Dr. Reagan to describe HISD programs affecting the Asian community and/or their roles as Asian American teachers were Bedford Chong, Wanda Choi, Susan Tsay, Betty Waki, Chin Yang and Corrinne Lock. HISD administrator Dr. Martha Wong, cited by pres- enter Dr. Edward C M. Chen as "the first Chinese per- son to be a principal in HISD," introduced her colleagues. Bellford Chong, a physical education teacher and assistant football coach at Dowling Middle School, exuded pride in his Mississippi roots and the winning ways of his players, then urged that "more and more Asian Americans participate in athletics." Stating his belie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

FEBRUARY 1984 tf? Somthweti Ckinete Journal II Asian American Diary: A Look Back China Furniture — By Glenda Kay Joe In 1980, when we first came together to produce Houston s first Asian American Festival. I don't believe any of us sitting in that meeting room considered our- selves "Asian" Americans Bill Der Bmg was a Chinese American, Dan Watanabe was a Japanese American, and so on We knew virtually nothing of each other s cultures, nor had we ever had the opportunity to share our experiences with each other Houston's Asian American Festival changea all of that Suddenly, we were given the opportunity to meet one another and celebrate the vast diversity of the Asian cultural heritage together We found that Hous- ton's Asian-ethnic communities included ind aps Cambodians, Koreans. Thais. Indones a°s Pa* sta- s Filipinos. Vietnamese. Lao. Taiwanese as as the Chinese and Japanese groups We found s-cs'a" a cultural preservation activities going or - *-e Asian American communities Truly...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

Page 12 dn ^ Southwest Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 My Travels in the Orient By Rex Tai Rex Tai, born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Haverford College in Pennsyl- vania. He is 25, single, and has lived in Houston for the past three years. His company, Fundraiser Marketers, specializes in creative wholesaling. From late March to late April of 1983, Rex traveled with his father to visit Hong Kong, Canton, Peking. Shanghai. Tokyo and Taiwan. The Journal has been pleased to have Rex share his account of his travels in Asia. This segment concludes his travels. Shanghai There are many students in Shanghai. They usually wear a navy uniform and often gather around certain areas to watch foreigners, talk to each other, or wait for the bus. IL was with the other two professors walking along the "Bund" area, which is the intersection of the ferry cruise departure point, some major hotels, main streets and bus stops. The students speak surprisingly good English...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

FEBRUARY 1984 ^ t^) "t ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 Eddy K. Lim & Family r By June Dove Leong Eddie Lim's family and friends are most numerous in the city of Houston. They come to Eddie's assistance whenever it is needed. And now with the opening of Eddie Lim's Imports & Trading Co., at 2017 Lamar, next to the Asian American National Bank in Chinatown, Eddie has such loyal support as Uncle Ott Lim who helps to manage. . Amy who speaks Vietnamese, Chinese, Mandarin and English. Eddie believes he has a good crew for the biggest gift shop in Chinatown! Eddie also takes pride in pointing to the design job done by Houston's first Chinese architect, Charles S Chan. Eddie's easy-going manner and magnetism attract and inspire to eventually gain the support of even its own large competitors. "China Furniture came in today," offered Eddie "We work well together. We carry a great deal of the same kind of merchandise. It was decided that we pool our resources. If they do not have...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

GIFTS. FLORIST 酬賓優待 TRADING CO. .OR I ST, FURNITURE 東方禮品 嵌玉脣風 红木傢具 絲綢服装 宮殿裝飾 塑降絹花 玻璃器皿 景泰籃 竹製用品 象牙牛角 浮木雕刻 名畫右董 首飾用盒 中國進口 零售批發 鲜花樹部 專家設計 結婚花jt 善慶鲜花 新张彳H 盆我花木 長毒花1^1 送貨迟速 2017 LAMAR STREET. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77003 (713) 223-2018 or 223-2257 而遭成f 4父蔔 隆重開幕 Page 16 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal FEBRUARY 1984 g嚇g麵g艘換傲纖棚鮮難棚英麵g糊频 人緣廣結贺客臨門 【本報訊】位於中國城以中式 鹌::§傢抖與花卉爲主的休氏進 口贸蜴公司,於一月I 一十二日 起正式開張’當水馬魄, 賀客+斷,地方各界名人稚t 皆前ff:致贺,足見林荇.^-:!!人 緣之佳與熱心僑務, 忭氏贸鴇公 J内所陳列麩品 rttc琳瑯滿In, C嵌玉呻嵐, 宫殿裝飾,紅木傢H:,名有古 癀,至小型竹浇製品,浮木雕 刻,in飾用盒等,應有盡有• 凡客户踏進公同内涔被繁名美 抄抟品吸引而阚連忘返• 怵氏公4除#:品,傢共外• 尚仔開將花籃,鲜花盆找等供 應,相佶所有客户必舍深滿意 於林氏公司完关的ttunn與服務 .^nsnl. t « 林氏進口貿易公司 酸業18鬨 大展鴻圖 雷兆進夫婦 黃叙堅夫婦 司徒鴻夫婦 謝高儉夫婦 黃家si夫婦 陳新業夫婦 陳新業建蔡公司 李明威夫婦 林國鴻夫婦 察啓照夫婦 吳華昌夫婦 林威嚴夫婦仝敌贺 林.韶儀夫婦 牟 政夫婦 季政印務公司 林志超夫婦 1 林氏公司隆重開張

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1984

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