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

a Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY : VOL. 9, NO. 9 P.O.BOX 18603 _ ELAINE YAO: "Our Chinese Heritage HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 SEPTEMBER 1984 n As I walk down the street or as I open a magazine, I see bountiful evidence of Chinese culture in American life. People decorate their homes with Chinese rugs, vases, and paintings The fashion industry abounds with Oriental designs. The Chinese culture influences American society as well as me. My heritage teaches me discipline, the importance of a family, how to deal with discrimination, and how to appreciate the diver- sity of having a Chinese heritage while living in a West- ern culture. My family stresses the importance of discipline; you should always control youremotions and act rationally rather than impulsively. By using this philosophy, I have kept myself out of trouble. For example, one time in school I was involved in an argument. I controlled my anger, while the other boy bombasted me with abusive ...

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

PAGE 2 &) \$5 fa Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1984 COMING EVENTS CACA TENNIS TOURNAMENT The 5th annual C. A C. A. Tennis Tournament is sche- duled to take place on November 10 & 11 at Memorial Park Tennis Center. Limited entries, so first come, first served. For information call Natalie Quon at 669-9770 (day). CANTONESE OPERA SONGS AND DANCES AT U of H The China Performing Arts Group, a troupe comprised of 22 performers from the People's Republic of China, will present an evening of Chinese music and dance on Sunday, October 7th, at 7:30 pm in Cullen Auditorium on the University of Houston campus. They will perform excerpts from Cantonese Operas, Chinese folkdances and songs, and recitals on traditional Chinese musical instruments. This event is sponsored by NACA and the Chinese Student Association of U of H. Tickets may be ordered by mail by sending a stamped self addressed envelope to : NACA, P. O. Box 79742, Houston, Texas 77279- 9742. Ticket prices are $3, $5, and...

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

SEPTEMBER 1984 ^ It 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 3 £ I Eugene and Nancy Woo United in Carriage By June Dove Leong Relatives of pediatric resident physician Lawrence Fan and family practitioner physician Gene Woo Yee brought best wishes for happiness to the wedding cou- ple, as did over 900 guests, as they celebrated the marriage of Nancy Woo, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woo (Kim), to Eugene Woo, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Bo Lang Yee Woo (Linda). The August 26 wedding at the Chinese Baptist Church was officiated by their pastor, the Rev. Lok-Tin Cheung, and followed by a dinner reception at the Adam's Mark Hotel. The father of the bride, Bill Woo, is chairman of the board of the Asian American National Bank, and has been known for his many years of kindnesses in the Chinese Welfare organization and his many leadership positions in the Houston Chinese community. Daugh- ter Nancy graduated with honors from Bellaire High School and the University of Houston with a degree in...

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

SEPTEMBER 19S4 COMMUNITY NEWS The winning first and second place teams in the Oriental Softball League were the Funtastic Toys coached toy Ritchie Joe and Thumpers, coached By Willie Lee Tern Ligh. daughter of Mr i m-s Tcr-< L.gn -as announced ^er engagement to Euge**e ~.y of Ca 'c- nia Eugene is present'y a meo ca $rv:er" 3' 3ay>cr Co1 lege of Medicine A Five-year-o'd Teddy Wu so^ of Judge and Mrs Ted Wu (L'naa) enjoyed a visit from four-year-old 5 an Yu. daughter of architects George 3-0 Lotus Leo-ig Yu of Philadelphia during the Yus vacation n Houston Jenny and Stanley Gee having recently sold G 4 G Snopp'ng Cente' which they operated for 27 yea^s f, 11 soon embank or* a month-long vacation in Canada to visit relatives * • • • mJf. * y Vic and Josephine Jue v sit the Great Wall in Beijing Their experience in China they comment, was fantastic rewarding a-d enjoyat'e Stepnan.e and Jarvis Tang enjoyed a very special Independence Day this year July 4th marked the arrival of the...

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

SEPTEMBER 1984 ^7 \i] [] t ^ll Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 5 FOCUS: Attorney Harry Gee, Jr. By Sandra Wong DerBing t. r ' W";T Attorney Harry Gee, Jr., is an individual well known throughout the Houston Chinese American commun- ity. He possesses the fine qualities of being genuinely amicable, likeable and warmhearted. Born in Canton, China, Harry and his family immi- grated to Houston in 1941 At the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, a photograph of Gordon Gee, Mrs. Harry Gee, Sr. and Harry are featured as the cover subjects of the Chinese exhibit The photo was taken upon their arrival in the United States in 1941. Graduating from San Jacinto Senior High School in 1956, Harry continued on to become a 1960 Rice Uni- versity graduate. During those college years, his fam- ily encouraged him to pursue the Science and lit PERSONAL PARTNERSHIP CORPORATION TAX ACCOUNTING PLANNING PREPARATION AUDIT REPRESENTATION <6 -3c ■t* George M. Yeiter & Company Certified Public Acco...

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

PAGE 6 <*7 f£) Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1984 Zhuge Liang's 'Undefended City' Strategy WEI TANG THE NAME of Zhuge Liang of the Three Kingdoms period (220- 265) has become a synonym for "wise man." This brilliant military stra- tegist and diplomat had keen insight into human nature. One of the most famous of the many stories about him concerns the strategy of the unde- fended city. Zhuge Liang was prime minister and commander-in-chief of the army of the Kingdom of Shu, which was at war with the Kingdom of Wei to the north. Once, while his main force was drilling at a distant place for an \ Photo by: Gene Choi Tamara Lynn Leong Weds Kenneth Hlsao Taura Tamara Lynn Leong and Kenneth Hisao Taura were united in marriage on Saturday, August 18th, 1984 in a lovely afternoon ceremony at the historic First United Methodist Church in downtown Houston. A reception followed in the elegant Grand Ballroom of the Warwick Post Oak. There guests enjoyed a delicious buffet of hors d'oeuv...

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

SEPTEMBER 1984 &) ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 7 Dr. Joyce Fan " and Now Abideth Hope \ // Bob T. came to Houston Baptist University to seek counseling in premed. Lack of motivation, poorstudy- ing habits and immaturity had hampered him during two previous years at another university. His academic record was worsened by lack of counseling and encouragement from a former advisor I felt strongly that Bob just needed some encouragement and sup- port, and on September 22, 1976 I felt compelled to send the following letter to him: "Dear Bob, as you are facing a great day for your MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) I will give you the following 'B, C's (by the way,that does not repres- ent your grades; just my advice to you): 1. Be Confident - you know more than you think you know Walk in there with complete confidence. You have studied for it, (or at least I have reminded you to be prepared for it), so show them what you know. 2. Be Calm - the worst you can do is to fail i...

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

PAGE 8 & fa ^ Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1984 FRONTIERS IN THE SCIENCE OF ENGINEERING DR. THOMAS T.C. HSU A recently published book, "Torsion of Reinforced Concrete" was chosen by the Mc-Graw-Hill Publishers to be the front-page, feature selection in the January Bulletin of the Civil Engineer's Book Club. This book is acclaimed byexperts in the field of structural engineer- ing to be the first, comprehensive, state-of-the-art pub- lication on the subject. The author of this book, Dr. Thomas T.C. Hsu is Professor and Chairman of the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Houston, Professor Hsu is recognized as a world authority on concrete structural engineering. He has won many national awards for research and serves on several professional committees in the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). His work has been incorporated into the national build- ing codes of the American Concrete Institute. Professor Hsu ha...

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

SEPTEMBER 1984 西尚時報 Soul/iwe丨《 Journal PAGE 9 亞美國家售艮5干 ASIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 本行為優待休士頓地區各大專院校, 華裔亞裔在學學生,特設學生有息活 期存款( NOW Accounts 歡迎各校同 學來行面洽或撥電話—。 本行營業時間:星期一至星期四上午九時至下午四時 星期五 上午九時至下午五時半 星期六 上午十時至下午二時 本行地址:2020 McKINNEY, 713-229-9111 HOUSTON, TX 77003 FDIC ,,德銘會計師•務所 JOHN LIN & CO. CPA G>m|)u(cri/etl Accouiuinn Services 電辎记帳、股伐 Income Tax Write Up & Planning 所得仗中投兴悦4^釗 General Business Consultalimi —舣两務顛問,公司纂組 Loan and Mortgage Application 嗞助貧款中蜻 Houston Office: New Orleans Office: 72/9 South Gessner 4307 Airline Hwy. Houstonf TX 7 7036 Me(airiet LA 70001 713-271-0155 S04-833-8437 i _ 一議 i ”睡 ?8 露 - 歡迎光顧 i r I0«LEORDERS 讓= autheS:ey style" tel:==

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

PAGE 10 & Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1984 IN HIS TIME — By G«org« Gee One evening while watching a 20/20 program, I became very intrigued with a young lady who was born without any arms. However this handicap did not stop her from living a rich life, because she learned to do with her feet what she could not do without her arms. She learned to peel vegetables, play the piano, shop at the super market, and even drive a car that did not have special equipment. Even when she was warned by doctors not to have children because it was possible for them also to be born without arms, she bravely had two boys. The T V. showed how she tied their shoes, and also how she dressed herself without any help. After she performed what seemingly were acts of miracles, the commenta- tor asked her if she had any difficulty in dealing with her tragedy. She said in the beginning she asked God, "Why me, God, why me?" If you have not asked that question of God yet, you may ask it in the future,...

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

SEPTEMBER 1984 & fr) ^H. Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE II DR. HENRY C. CHEN By June Dove L«ong Dr. Henry C. Chen is the retired professor of eco- nomics at the University of Houston, but the word "retired"would hardly be definitive of the gentleman who has seen over seven decades, for his life abounds with energy, his curiosity embraces a love of learning, which relishes each God-given day with anticipation and joy. In October of this year, Dr. Henry C. Chen looks forward to a series of seminars in industrial manage- ment which he will conduct in the Mandarin dialect in Sian, Nanking, Shanghai and Canton. His scheduled departure to China is September 14th. It would require two lifetimes to live the life Dr. Henry C. Chen would like to live, for he loves the classics, enjoys writing poems, learning new skills, new knowl- edge... there are so many books he is so busy reading, it would take 2000 years to read them all, but Henry says, he will be grateful if God grants him another ...

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

PAGE 12 ^7 \t) %% Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1984 A Principal's Remarks By Elsie Huang Elsie Huang is the principal of Mayde Creek Elementary School in the Katy Independent School District. Many people claim that the problem with education is that our schools never change. That, However, is one of those tales that are simply not true. Education does change. The present day is no exception, not- withstanding all of the reports on the condition of edu- cation. Our schools are not only faced with making changes, they are making,them. Undoubtedly, the belief that schools don't change is due in part to what happens when change is imposed from the top. In recent years, governors and legislators have tried to say to the schools, "do this" or "do that". Then, when nothing happens, those who tried to impose the change can truthfully say that change doesn't happen. These critics overlook a basic rule: For change to happen, the people who want the change, the people who will be affect...

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

CUZ N LAWS ■ LEELAND CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services: 9:30 • 10:30 AM English Service Chinese Sunday School 11 AM. - Noon English Sunday School Chinese Service 1:30-3 PM Chinese School 6:00 PM English Evening Service ALL ARE WELCOME! t午九時半免十時半 英語hi 上午"i"一時乍十二時‘ 英語11 ^ h午#拜聚會 F午一時半至三時‘中文平校 晚I•六時‘英語晚觉诣拜聚食 >510 Leeland at Scott Houston, Tx 77003 (713) 236 8921 Cuz-N-Laws Wholesale Cash & Carry Co. OPEN TO PUBLIC mum食品一作:h備 柳批發歡迎光顔比較 紙H 紙巾紙杯 月華酒家 YET WAH RESTAURANT 5627 BEECHNUT ( at Hillcroft) TEL: 981 0893 (Maplewood Mall) Open 7 days a week (Luncheon Special) _琴_|<■罾-罾零罾-零琴_____ SEPTEMBER 1984 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 13 聞 國 -Loscn 敬請代禱 歡迎诛胞赴會 主日取會時間 曉士顿華人湲信會 港粤合建廣深珠高速公路協 議在深#簽字 . (中國新聞iftt廣州八月三日'€)廣東省公 路建設公司與杏港合和中國發展(卨速公路) 有限公司合作興建連接廣州、深圳、珠海高速 公路的協議•七月二十六日在深圳簽字•第I 期工裡的首段公路勘探没計将於近日進行“ 廣深珠高速公路全程約1 一百四十公里。工 程分三明完成:第I期爲廣州至深圳落馬洲橋 地段•第11期爲湞珠段,第三期爲新江地段• 幣個工程於1九九三年完武後•將成爲連接廣 州、深圳、珠海的交通大勒赃o 陳樹柏在深训創辦中國赏驗 大學 (中國新聞社深...

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

建染師貝聿銘設計 香港中國銀行大樓 it 益度大ft折行褀i«中紹介(一左)铭聿灵(上) 三外另從(4) i區中悦雒厘折跟中(下)• W — 。同不各化變,庞折看度命 巧製各稀正宗粤菜 由前明宫洒家黄國崇師傅主理廚務 3130 Richmond Ave. Houston, Texas 77098 黃國崇 (713) 523-4111 小1,1 余及歷備 四 話 想社史剛 P 子國m及捐 五 聯刊躍私贈 通 络物贈人資 六 話 ‘,送大料 四 及 她有私力可 英 能惫人支減 m 口门 m者娀持税 o 流请B研’ 二 電 利與及究切 話 的主文亞望 八 廣任件裔各 前排左至右:楱華欽小,父母親祭德強,孚秀玉 後排:祖父母蔡啓照失婦,外诅父母李政夫婦• 本號專營鑽石及各種首飾 以枇發價格零售 飲迎華友惠臨光颇 ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COME U PSTAIRS J EWELERS WHOLESALE PRICES TO QUAIJFIKD CUSTOMERS SHAPf; SUV C OI OR C I ARITY Round 1 00 Round .75 Pear 1 50 Pear 2.50 INVESTMENT Oval 50 Oval 1.00 Marq. 1.50 Marq. 2.20 VVS 2 VS 2 DIAMONDS VS2 VVS 2 SI I VS2 NATIOAL BANK OF COMMERCE #920 Sharpstown Mall, 7500 Be丨丨aire 270-1054 PAGE '4 .西南時報 Southwest Chinese journal SEPTEMBER 1984 【本報訊】丹港w高的七榷七 十W的屮國銀行設計成了,rJ.LL 楝大榷的設計荇玷世界齐名的 貝b銘让築師,H苣銘説:他 的設計況合了軲術义技術,座 落的位'w也適屮fr:花阑ifi及皂 后大jfll屮及木棉大逍。幣嘹大 樓坫由叫倘广|"1«"1-1嗖的二角形 满成llr•衫棱形,外阐|'!]咹璃爻 诏製品做墒,所以作不!:角嗖 、嘍會反吋出孓l"j的光•好似 踢不M的水品捫,作厂、樓屮央 ,他也採川中阈式迚築特色從 i •樓超让了 ;倘,1-1卜七㈣的大 井,§:週有水池、花_等,0 作風格獨t'f,》洛》采,迠悚 大樓,將/(:...

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

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

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mmtutm i inmmwmmw Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY I VOL. 9, NO. 10 P.O.BOX 18603 afr & HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 OCTOBER 1984 Chinese Americans Rally on October 20 By June Dove Leong Dr. Edward C. M. Chen, president of the Chinese American Voters League, spoke candidly, "A large turn-out at the Voters Rally on October 20th from 1 to 4 P.M. at the Adams Mark Hotel is essential. The politi- cians from the Republican and the Democratic Parties need to know the Chinese have an interest in politics. I would encourage you to get your readers to come out to participate. You are a vital part of any free demo- cratic society." "This is a non-profit organization which belongs to all the Houston Chinese people," said vice president Michael Yuen. "It requires teamwork. It embraces two parties - the Democrats and the Republicans. The board of directors met with Walter Mondale at the Four Seasons Hotel recently and posed this question to Mondale. "If you win, ...

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

PAGE 2 if] if jJH Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1984 COMING EVENTS 4. -Hi#. CACA TENNIS TOURNAMENT The 5th annual C.A.C.A. Tennis Tournament is sche- duled to take place on November 10 & 11 at Memorial Park Tennis Center. Limited entries, so first come, first served. For information call Natalie Quon at 669-9770 (day). INVESTMENT SEMINAR The Chinese Professional Club is sponsoring a free seminar on Investments and Wills. This seminar will be held at the Jungman Library (Westheimer between Bering and Augusta), 7-9 p.m., on Thursday, October 11,1984. Questions should be directed to Mitchell Lou, 660-7841 (home) or 965-8791 (work). VOCATIONAL NURSING CAREER Are you considering a challenging and rewarding career in nursing? Pre-entrance exams for Memorial Care Systems' School of Vocational Nursing are scheduled for October. Classes will begin in January. Memorial's School of Vocational Nursing is a one- year program that is approved by the Texas Board of Vocational Nurse Examine...

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OCTOBER 1984 H Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 3 Join Us at. Rice University Noivcredit Courses for the Houston Community, Fall, 1984 Contrarian Strategies for Investing. Stock broker Bill Heller will apply contrarian theory to popular and neglected stocks Seven Monday evenings, beginning October 8 The European Legacy. Dr. Gail Stokes will pro- vide an easy-to-grasp framework for understand- ing European history from 1500 to 1815 and will examine major European contributions to current world culture. Six Wednesday evenings, begin- ning October 10 Introduction to Biomedical Illustration. Medical illustrator Tim Phelps will describe the profession of the medical artist, demonstrate techniques used by medical artists and explain how to enter the field. Six Thursday evenings, beginning October 11 Buying a Home. Real estate broker J Michael Voulgaris will discuss the process of buying a home, including qualifying, contracts, financing and closing. Saturday mornings, October 20 and 27 High...

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am PAGE 4 1^7 fl# Soulli went Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS At Chinese Baptist Church on September 30, Diag- nostic radiologist Kee-Bun Fung presented a plaque from 100 yr. old Pui Ching Middle School on behalf of the Alumni Association, in honor of Rev. & Mrs. Lok- Tin Cheung's 25 years of service in the Lord at Chinese Baptist Church. Rev. Cheung graduated from this Baptist school in 1941 and returned to teach Dr. Fung as one of his students in 1949. Dr. Fung graduated from Baptist Pui Ching in 1956. With approximately a thou- sand in attendance, Rev. Cheung accepted a $5000 check from CBC, one of many honors and love gifts affectionately presented to the minister and his lovely wife during ceremonies at Family Life Center. f m-i mm wMm. Photo by Alvin Gee Dorothy and Sherman Toy A banquet for Sherman Toy was given in his honor to celebrate his 60th birthday at Golden Bo on Sunday, September 30th. It was given by his children and family - Frank and Maureen Haugh,...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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