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

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 9 NO. 3 P.O.BOX 18603 a& a! HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 MARCH 1984 Shanghai Ait Exhibit Opens March 17 • . iT i **' Square Vi Western Zhou Period, reign of Kiryj Vi (I0th-9th century B C. ) H 16 4 cm TREASURES FROM THE SHANGHAI MUSEUM 6000 YEARS OF CHINESE ART will be on exhibit at the Upper Brown Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet, beginning March 17 through July 9 Longtime Houstonian Dick By Allan Gor Houston's Chinese community was saddened and shocked by the tragic circumstances surrounding the February 3 shooting death of longtime Houstonian Dick T.Y. Chin. Mr Chin, 64, was fatally shot at about 11:15 a.m. at an Exxon service station on the Eastex Freeway at Tidwell. Police arrested Anthony Lowe, 28, of Cleburne at the scene and charged him with capital murder. Lowe, according to police, had been released from a mental institution only eight days earlier. Mr. Chin, co-owner of Nee Hao Restau...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1984

Page 2 fa ^ Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 I,ETTERg 3417 Milam Houston, Tx 77002 February 7, 1984 Dear Southwest Chinese Journal, I had a copy of your newspaper given to me and was impressed with the content and articles. The Asia Society publishes a newsletter listing events happen- ing in the Asian-American community in Houston. Having a copy of the JOURNAL would put me in touch with activities in the Chinese-American community. Please put me on your mailing list. My full address and name appears below. I am very interested in your newspaper on a personal level as well. Having studied Chinese in college and abroad I find your Chinese language section helpful for keeping up and practicing. Thank you in advance for this service. Sarah E. Fraser The Asia Society/Houston wrviooty, WHAT IT to TAKKS pj &' \ r '\ if. WE ARE PRO HOUSTON How About You? Treasures from the Shanghai Museum TREASURES FROM THE SHANGHAI MUSEUM 6000 YEARS OF CHINESE ART will be on exhibit at the Upper B...

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

MARCH 1984 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 Gov. White Meets Houston Asians Left to right: J.S. Liu, D.Y. Lo, Gov. White & Mr. Tan. ASIAN AMERICANS EVENING WITH GOV. MARK WHITE f Texas Governor Mark White and Mayor Kathy Whit- mire joined an estimated 350 members of Houston's Asian American community at a February 24 banquet hosted by eight local Asian American organizations in an effort to increase political interest among the grow- ing Asian population in Houston The banquet and an earlier reception, both held at the Hobby Airport Hilton Hotel, were described as the first formal meeting between a Texas governor and members of the state s Asian American population In his remarks. Gov White praised Asian Americans ♦or their adaptation to life in the United States, and urged them to become active in the political process Grace Hsu, coordinator for the banquet, confirmed that the event was intended to bring Gov Whiteand his staff into contact with leaders of Houston's Asian com-...

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

'age 4 fa Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS The Chinese American Citizens Alliance is seeking candidates for the 1984 Miss Chinatown Houston Pageant. While the pageant is not scheduled until July 29, 1984, any young ladies interested in entering should contact President Jane Gee (668-1572) or Bill Woo (229-9111). Edmond Gor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gor, has become an associate with Associates in Financial Planning. Edmond's new office is at 2100 West Loop South, Suite 1300. His phone number is 626-9820 Sonny Woo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lang Yee Woo, recently received his real estate license and has become associated with George W Jones Inc., spe- cializing in commercial and investment1 properties. Sonny, who shares his family's interest and involve- ment in the development of the Houston Chinese com- munity, is now situated for business at 4151 Southwest Freeway, Suite 630, and can be reached at 961-4131 The YMCA International Services is conducting its annual sustain...

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

MARCH 1984 & &} ^ 4fl Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 CPC Scholarship Fund Awards $5400 By Charles Chien The Board of Trustees of the Chinese Professional Club Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce the awarding of a total of $5,400 to four college students and three high school seniors for the 1984-1985 aca- demic year The selections were made by the CPC Scholarship Selections Committee, consisting of six CPC members appointed by its president and chaired by Professor Mamie Moy. after an exhausive process of examining every application and accompanying essay and conducting a follow-up personal interview with each of 15 semi finalists, after which final selections were made Here are brief biographies of these highly qualified young people Hsiao Yang Chin was born in Taiwan and came with his family to the United States in 1971 He was salutat- arian when he graduated from the High School for Health Professions, and is on the President's Honor Roll at Rice University where he...

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

Page 6 & dh ^ & Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 COMING EVENTS & to f%M. 2u aj(ajj[aj( LANDLORD & Tf KANT RIOHTS SEMINAR A free seminar on landlord and tenant rights will be held Sunday. March 11. from 2 to 4 p m at the YMCA International Service Center, 2903 West Dallas A panel of experts including two attorneys a county con- stable and a justice of the peace will discuss various landlord tenant issues and answer questions Transla- tion will be provided in Khmer and Vietnamese Sponsors are the Chinese American Citizens Alliance the Gulf Coast Legal Foundation and the YMCA International Services Program CSC TENNIS TOURNAMENT A tennis tournament sponsored by Chinese Baptist Church will be held May 5-6 A Pre-Tennis Tourna- ment Kick-Off will be held on May 4 at the Chinese Baptist Church Family Life Center at 7 30 p m The tournament will be held at Strawberry Tennis Center in Pasadena For more information call the church at 461-0963 LIFE INSURANCE SEMINARS Are you ...

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

MARCH 1984 & &j Qt Soulhwegt Chinese Journal Page 7 Asian American Diary AN EXPLOSION OF CULTURAL ARTS By Glenda Kay Joe Houston is experiencing an explosion in Asian cultu- ral arts, both in the range of diversity of arts and in the public demand and appreciation for the performing arts of Asia. When I was growing up in Houston in the 1950's, this city was, at best, a cultural wasteland, especially in terms of cultural preservation of our Chinese and Japa- nese cultural arts heritage. Of course, back then, our community numbered no more than about 1100 Asian Americans. (1000 Chinese Americans and 100 Japa- nese Americans). Among that small community of Asian American Houstonians, the pervasive philosophy of our parents and grandparents had been to work long and hard hours to earn enough money to send the children to college And, at that time, most of the children were expected to work in the family's grocery store or res- taurant or rice farm to contribute their fair share ...

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

Page 8 tHij rfj ^ Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 China in '84 Olympics LOS ANGELES —China will compete in the Summer Olympics for the first time since 1932, it was announced by the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee "This will fill an unforgetable page in the history of Chinese sports," a press release from the Chinese Olympic Committee stated. "Adhering to the Olympic ideals, we will participate in the 23rd Olympiad with a view towards strengthen- ing understanding and friendship among the peoples and athletes of different countries," it continued The San Francisco Chronicle also reported that committee vice president Chen Xian issued a welcome to the Olympics to the athletes of Taiwan. "In the past few years on several occasions we have competed jointly, exchanged experiences and nur- tured fellowship with our compatriots from Taiwan," the statement observed "It is our hope that we can continue such close rela- tionships as to help end our separation of the past decade...

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

MARCH 1984 rf} Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Pediatrician Dr. Roberta Lee s' mm By Sandra Wong Der Bing Roberta Tam Sue Lee, a pediatrician with the Clear Lake Pediatric Clinic in Webster, possesses the quali- ties that make her well liked by her young patients and their parents. Understanding, caring and very capable of handling anxious parents wrought with worry over their ill child, Dr. Lee takes the time to show great personal interest in each of her patients Children enjoy seeing and talking to her as she makes them feel relaxed Parents appreciate the undivided attention, her patience and understanding she gives to the child, as she never rushes or shuns questions that may arise. A native of San Antonio, Dr Lee pursued her medical education at the University of Houston, Medical School, receiving her Ph.D. on June 12, 1976 She returned to San Antonio for her residency at Bexar County Hospital Upon being awarded her Doctor of Pediatrics, Dr. Lee chose to settle in Houston and ...

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

Page 10 ^7 v£) $$ Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 HPD's Waynette Chan Rare is the person who, after living and working all her life in one place, chooses to pursue new challenges in a strange city, half a continent away from family and friends. What makes Waynette Chan's odyssey from Portland, Oregon to Houston, Texas even more note- worthy is that, in assuming her new responsibilities as the administrative assistant to Houston Police Chief Lee Brown, she has immediately inspired the interest and support of Houston's Asian American community, spurred both by the symbolism of an Asian American serving in such an integral capacity with the Houston Police Department, and by her owncommitment to her new job and new home. Chief Brown knew and worked with Chan when he served as county sheriff in the Portland area, where he had firsthand knowledge of her outstanding qualifica- tions in law enforcement and administration. Brown, who has earned a large measure of respect from the commun...

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

MARCH 1984 ^ & Southwest Chinese Journal II A Dietitian Looks at Chinese Nutrition By Beverly Gor, R.D. The Chinese people are considered to have the old- est known civilization. One might wonder at the rea- sons for the longevity of the Chiese, both as a culture and as individuals. As a registered dietitian, I find myself examining the Chinese food pattern and con- clude that part of the reason must lie in the way that Chinese eat. There are points to consider both in favor and against the Chinese style of nutrition, but when one realizes that it has worked for so many thousands of years, it is difficult to criticize But let's look at some of the facts. WHAT'S GOOD ABOUT CHINESE NUTRITION? - emphasis on fresh food: Chinese place great impor- tance on fresh ingredients for meal preparation. Con- venience foods with their highly processed nature are seldom used in the Chinese kitchen - methods of food preparation: Stir-frying and steam- ing are two very good methods of cooking. T...

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Page 12 ^ fa Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 Who Must File? By George M. Yeiter, CPA Many people mistakenly believe that you are not required to file a tax return if you are under a certain age or overa certain age. In fact, your income, not your age determines whether you are required to file a tax return. If you have a child that meets the filing require- ments but is too young to prepare his own return, you are responsible for the filing. Many people do not believe any citizen is required to file a tax return on constitutional grounds. The courts are full of such individuals when they lose they incur substantial penalties often to include penalties assessed by judges for frivolous appeals. Even if they are right it is a tough fight for these people and it is extremely doubtful that the judiciary will toss out the U.S. income tax system. Thus the arguement whether citizens can be required to file or not will continue with the individuals most likely losing. The fact of the ma...

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

MARCH 1984 & Southwest Chinese Journal Par 13 Happiness Through Mind Power By Mark Coleman HONOLULU — Be rich and happy through mind power, says Lorrin Lee, a former architect who five years ago began conducting "personal excellence" seminars in Hawaii Lee was unemployed when he gave his first seminar to 10 persons on "prosperity" in the room of an old church. Each paid $85. Today, Lorrin Lee Program seminars usually are held in Lee's Century Center office and Isle business persons, among others, pay $500 each to hear Lee expound the virtues of mind power. Like most other motivation programs, Lee bases his seminars on personal experience and "a lot of ideas from other courses," including est, Theta, and Dale Carnegie. He also has taken workshops in massage, polarity, reflexology, rebirthing, and yoga, and attended chiro- practic and Rolfing sessions. "You name it, I did it," he said. Lee said his course "puts it all together" (the ideas of others) so people attending his course ...

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

Page 14 & rt] Southwest Chinese Journal MARCH 1984 PUPPETS — By Kathy Chang Like Chinese opera, Chinese puppetry is a perform- ing art full of symbolic meaning. The costume of a character is more than appropriate dress; it connotes social status, profession, and personality via its colors, patterns of embroidery, and form. The face makeup serves to externalize the character's personality and social status, not to delineate features. Unlike Chinese opera, of course, Chinese puppetry combines paint with carving. To externalize a charac- ter's personality, the head shape is designed to exag- gerate, resulting in obscurity of facial expression. In terms of externalization and exaggeration, puppetry surpasses Chinese opera. For the audience, the onstage arrival of a character is enough to reveal much of its personality and social status before a word is spoken. There are many recent deviations from these tradi- tions. Since most contemporary manipulators fabri- cate their stories, th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 March 1984

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

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

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

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