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

— V/”C(‘ 圓謹 可 TAKE OUT ORDERS 1980 S. POST OAK AVAILABLE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77056 AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960 8000 — HUNAN CUISINE 960-8001 林結銘會計師1〖務所 JOHN LIN & CO. CPA Compuleh/ed AccountinK Services t «5記帳、报絛 Income Tax Write Up & Planning 所得扰申鍁與扰徬打釗 General Business Consultation 一舣两務齅問,公司纂u Loan and Mort^a^e Application 喊助貧舦申件 Houston Office: New Orleans Office: 7219 South Gessner 4307 Airline Hwy. Houston, TX 77036 Meiairie, LA 70001 713-271-0155 S04-833-8437 NOVEMBER 1984 西南時報 SouthtveH Chinese Journal PAGE 9 亞美國家銀扦 ASIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ■ in ■ FDI€ 滙集舉裔 闢拓華齑^_的亊業 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+時至下午二時 本行地址:2020 McKINNEY, 71 0 OJQ^QI 11 HOUSTON, TX 77003

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

imwm PAGE 10 & r£} ^ jfH Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 A VISIT WITH THE PHILIP CHANG FAMILY June Dove Leong The union of Philip and Lily Chang isa ha"p5py merger of the medical with the aesthetics. Lily was born in Hong Kong and Philip in Canton. Philip left Canton to reside in Hong Kong, but it was not in the British colony that they met. Lily had tentative plans to study either in Seattle or Washington, D C., but brother C. K. Kwan, presently vice president of Allied Bank, and his wife Theresa, urged Lily to come to Houston, which she did, toenroll at the University of St. Thomas. Philip had plans for a degree at McGill University in Canada, but brother and sister-in-law T. Y. Chang and wife Marcie's persuasive argument eventually led him to study in Houston. After 20 years of wedded life, they now laugh at their in-laws intentional matrimonial conspiracy. Although Lily graduated with a major in biology, her work mainly has been in the research field of biochem- istr...

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

NOVEMBER 1984 rtj ill Southwest Chinese Journal Ealy Lim's Essay Wins $500 FIRST PRIZE "Houston's Chinese Americans: We've Got What It Takes" Our society cannot maintain it's greatness unless individuals at many levels of ability accept the need for high standards of representation and strive to attain those standards within the limits open to them. Chi- nese Americans are distinguished by theirfiercedeter- mination to excel. What motivates Houston's Chinese Americans to outstanding achievement? Several fac- tors may be cited: family supportiveness, emphasison education, the ability to cope with racial stereotyping and the unique atmosphere of Houston. Texas To say that traditional Chinese family closeness attributes to achievement, would be an understate- ment. Parents ask of us simply to do the very best we can It is here that one of the differences between Western and Eastern philosophy becomes apparent 1 I Lim'jL IMPORTS TRADING CO. GIFTS Kl.OHIST, FURNITURK if 6W :• „ >: _ J...

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

MMMMMMMMMM PAGE 12 ^7 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 ESSAY CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONY continued from page I Said Humphrey Sun, "I am very happy to have the opportunity to sponsor this contest. It is my first time to be a sponsor of this kind of activity. I feel very pleased. In the future, I am going to do more...I con- gratulate all the winners." Dana Wong, assistant director of the Pro-Houston, Inc. campaign, explained: It was an honor to be one of the judges for this year's essay contest which incorpo- rated the Pro—Houston slogan as part of the essay topic. What is Pro Houston, some people ask, Pro Houston Inc. will be a year old in November It is a non-profit, non-political organization that works with the city's agencies, businesses and non-profit organi- zations to promote the positive aspects of Houston We would like to encourage more people in the Asian community to become involved in our organization " "I want to thank everybody who helped with the essay contest," ...

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

CU2 N LAWS LEELAND 3510 Leeland at Scott Houston, Tx 77003 (713) 236 8921 CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services: 9:30 • 10:30 AM English Service Chinese Sunday School English Sunday School Chinese Service 'M Chinese School English Evening Service ALL ARE WELCOME! AM. • Noon 1:30 •: 6:00 PI t午九時半至十時f-: 英語卜.午崇拜聚命 H主 h午-t時至十二時■ 英語1-:门平柳t午拜聚件 卜•午-時於至三時•中文率校 晚t.六時1 处沾晚慨厢舍 Cuz-N-Laws Wholesale Cash & Carry Co. OPEN TO PUBLIC 食品一很H備 岑代批發歡迎)•顧比較 紙U. 紙巾紙杯 州最的 並西近玄 提湖同孫彳 出公幅k中 建內咨福新 議塑、建問 造福街社 林州社福 則市會州 徐有科十 銅m平月 像人院十 —士副九 亊一院口 ,起矣電 進,林。 行就子林 硏在東則 究福,徐 酒家 YET WAH RESTAURANT 5627 BEECHNUT ( at Hillcroft) TEL: 981 0893 (Maplewood Mall) Open 7 days a week 《Luncheon Special) NOVEMBER 1984 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 13 中 - 國 新 聞 51 冤.、“ 破, r IKOSW 主日聚會時間 曉士顿華人漫信會 敬請代禱 飲迎後胞赴會 南寧街頭觀時髦 (中國新聞社南寧十月十九日電)题:南 寧街頭觀時髦 南寧的姑娘y現在以載戒指、手鏈爲時髮 eia是今年以來南寧市場上金銀首飾頻頰悅銷 的原因之一。 政府鼓勵人民r學舍消13」,提倡女士打 扮得漂亮一些。一向披視爲穿着保守的黨政機 關女幹部中,燙髮也已普遍o 福州籌建林則徐銅像 四nl興建杜甫粑念館 (中國...

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

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

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

el Se/Vice 行社 rvices y開票 avel ! (7U) 237-8080 (四蟪) Humphrey Sun 孫辜现 鐘 1111丨丨丨幽丨丨丨丨1丨11丨丨丨丨|丨丨1丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨_||||11 西湖麵廠 (7 LAKE NC 2902 Caroline Houston 進丨 \JlhUmVi 贺舶供應小心 家虹啟品總灘 j &iiiii丨丨丨丨丨丨丨山丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨丨丨丨丨|丨|丨_|||||| SOUTHWEST CHINESE JOURNAL 城 德 州 顿 P (). Box 1S603 Houston, Texas 77223 (713)227-5566 President, Arthur Poon 潘学勤 240_7090 Publisher, Gene L. Lee 手 jit 227-1201 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;! 13)658-1700 )ODLE Tx 77004 |1||||丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨lllllllll m僑知欲 淘西閲M 聞新國中 新出垵的亞轮小姐文洩 響 Pslev^r Ceqtury "Tthv 電腦訂位 Computerized Se 代理全球各大航空公司立亥 We know how to satisfy your needs in tr 609 fannin, lobby •- _ Houston,Texas 77002 Since 1 963 I . 西南時報 SoiUhwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 首屈亞裔小姐揭曉 華裔小姐文潔獲選 L.V RR 1 — ,.u .1. 、rr H V 不 ttfrj I -n /I rh rrl IT nr —屮院 t^'.umLf'.'-rl'J;7小级 華符璆牛,V潔,卜£ =卬亞|^ 小ylil案尺矜決芥中脱潁而出 ,X搜 iHlliit'lt'lf;!小'41衛頭。 這次亞A小'4[選关尺齊/!•: 尺两洋城舉fr, -Eh卜二位亞 |«阼_屮-|1出.二卜位小«1進入 fo.選。選戈沾#決作的節nH'l' rllit 8'.li说P播取凯悌峻歌M. 啕&说 ...

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

• I Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 9 NO. 12 P.O.BOX 18603 ^ 4k HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 DECEMBER 1984 HOUSTON CACA LODGE Celebrates 30th Anniversary "TlMM ' MARTHA WONG, CACA President JANE GEE, General Superintendent of HISD DR. BILLY R REAGAN Congresswoman LERA THOMAS By June Dove Leong In the 30 years of its existence, the Houston Lodge of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance has risen in stature and in growth to become one of the most respected organizations in the United States today. A personal 30th Anniversary con- gratulatory message from the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, was read by Hous- ton's CACA vice president Gordon Quan. It was followed by a Proclamation from Houston Mayor Kathy Whitmire proclaiming November 11th as Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge 30th Anniversary Day delivered by the mayor's director of protocol Barbara Goldfield. Greetings were also extended in a letter to the organization ...

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

PAGE 2 ^ r$7 8^ Southwest Chinese Journal DECEMBER 1984 COMING EVENTS XVVX/W.'XA/'VA PROJECT DIRECTOR JUDY YUNG COMES TO HOUSTON In conjunction with the ground-breaking "Chi- nese Women of America 1834-1982" Exhibition now showing at the Downtown Houston Public Library through December 28. Project Director Judy Yung of San Francisco will appear Sunday. December 16. 2 P.M., at the Concourse Level Meeting Room of the Library, located at 500 McKinney. to deliver a comprehensive discourse on the 150-year history of Chinese women in America Co-sponsored by the China Lecture Series Consortium, the Houston Public Library and the Houston Committee to Support ■'Chinese Women of America 1834-1982." Miss Yung's December 16 appearance will mark her second visit to Houston - the first time, in May 1982. Houston was one of many stops throughout the United States in her mission to research and investigate as much information as she could about both the past and present experiences of Chinese Ameri...

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

DECEMBER 1984 ^7 'it ^1*. Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 3 AN AMERICAN FIRST: Delaware Elects S.B. Woo For Lieutenant Governor By Allan Gor In the wake of President Ronald Reagan's landslide re-election to this nation's highest office, there was heartening news for Democrats in Delaware and Asian Americans throughout the land, no matter what their party affiliation: Dela- ware's S. B. Woo made history on November 6, 1984 as the first Asian American in the continen- tal United States to be elected lieutenant gover- nor when he defeated his Republican female opponent, Battle Robinson, in a tight race. The unofficial results, as reported by Asian Week, show that Woo received 120,545 votes to Robin- son's total of 120,031, winning by a slim 514 votes. Woo, who teaches physics at the University of Delaware, will assume office January 15, 1985. The lieutenant-governorship in Delaware is a part-time position paying $19,000 a year. Woo, who did not publicly align himself with either pro-Tai...

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

PAGE 4 rjOj fa Southwest Chinese Journal DECEMBER 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS f fi Miss Susie Gee and Mr. Ott Chin were married on Sunday, November 6, at Bellaire Christian Church with Reverend Hong Sit performing the ceremony. A reception and dance followed at the Westin Oaks Hotel at the Galleria. Susie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gee. Ott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chin. Both native Houstonians, Susie is a certified public accountant with a firm in Houston and Ott is the owner of Sage Office Supplies. ***** Family and friends gathered for a joyous celebration of the wedding of Jacky and Willa Wong at the My Canh Chinese Restaurant on Sunday, November 18, 1984. A new Houstonian is Darlene Chan, formerly of radio station KBHK in San Francisco, now with TV CHannel 20 in Houston. She works behind the scenes in the promotion department and can be viewed on the news broadcast each Saturday at 5:30 to 6 AM. * * * * Famed New York watercolorist Dong Kingman brought a group of Ho...

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

DECEMBER 1984 r£j ^ t Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 5 I i THE ONNE B. JEU FAMILY By June Dove Leong Mrs. Onne B. Jeu is Dr. Mary Jeu who was recently rewarded with a promotion to chief of the anesthesiology department of Park Plaza Hospital. "My hours," said Dr. Jeu "are very long -10 to 12 hours, and when 'on call' - even longer - and there are meetings. I am much appreciative of a very understanding husband and I am thankful to the Lord for my family." The family includes Stephanie, 16 years of age, and 14 year old Marian. Both girls at Lamar High School excel in the International Baccalaureate program. The two lovely girls, when not at home or school, spend a great deal of time at the Chinese Baptist Church where their father Onne Jeu and Uncle George Gee are leaders. Magnetic Onne Jeu of Robinson Electric was the reason for Mary's return to the city of Houston after acquiring advanced training in New York in anesthesiology. tl|||llllll||llllll|||llllll|||lllllt||llllll|||llllll...

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

PAGE 6 1H7 r£) Southicest Chinese Journal DECEMBER 1984 Is There Life For Singles During The Holidays? By Hugh Chin I recently attended a free lecture at St. Michael Catholic Church, and I would like to share some thoughts with you about coping with loneliness and depression over the holiday season ahead Although my message is geared toward the single Chinese adults here in Houston, I encourage married couples and even teenagers to read it, too. I heard about the lecture via the Sunday Post, which has a weekly calendar of events, entitled "What People Are Doing." A good part of my own social life is centered around this weekly calendar of events. I wholeheartedly recommend this calendar to single adults who are looking for interesting places to go and interesting things to do. The single adults at St. Michael Catholic Church invited Dr. Alfred Kahn to speak to them on November 18. 1984. Dr. Kahn is a 42-year-old native Houstonian, who is now serving as Direc- tor of Training at the ...

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

DECEMBER 1984 ^7 r£j D t ill Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 7 Asian American Film Fest Comes To Houston .iSill By Allan Gor Filmgoers should take note of a special event in December: the Houston showing of the 1984 Asian American International Film Festival, sche- duled December 14-16 at Rice Media Center, located on the Rice University campus near Uni- versity Blvd. and Stockton Each program of films, except RICKSHAW BOY, costs $3.00. The Festival will open Friday, December 14, at 7:30 p.m. with a FREE showing of RICKSHAW BOY, a 110-minute film from China, with English subtitles, based on a classic novel by Lao She. Set against the turmoil of 1930s Peking, the film, which won the 1982 best film award in China, ♦> ♦> V ♦♦♦ ♦> ♦> ♦> V * ♦> H/&ere Skofcfiiiq /4 ^ea( T^Cecuurc JUMBO depicts the life of a rickshaw puller who stub- bornly clings to the belief that honesty and "sel- ling his strength" will enable him to overcome poverty, deceit and despair. A recepti...

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

PAGE 8 rfj Southwest Chinese Journal DECEMBER 1984 TV Documentary Highlights Success in Houston's Chinese Business Community "CH'ENG KUNG MEANS SUCCESS," a KUHT documentary exploring entrepreneurial success in Houston's Chinese community, was aired Fri- day, November 23, at 8:00 p.m. Interviews on location with three successful Chinese business people in Houston provide insight into the cultu- ral and economic factors that lead to success in the Chinese community, as well as providing enjoyable glimpses into each of these three peo- ple's personal style. The documentary featured interviews with Lang Yee Woo, also known as "Bobo Lang," a major real estate developer in Houston's China- town; Michael Chou, head of a local engineering and surveying company; and Justina Chen-Falk, president of her own Houston graphics and advertising agency. "Bobo Lang" came to Houston in 1949 to work in his father's restaurant, and gradually became involved in real estate. He is credited with begin- nin...

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

^ 4, I^B _ _ TAKE OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE HENTIC HUNAN 1980 S. POST OAK HOUSTON, TEXAS 77056 LAbLt nuu^ i uim, ir•八mo / /uoo "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960-8000 iN CUISINE 960-8001 C-OMMFRCiAi «EAi ESTATE SERVICES 1S42b NORTH FREFAAV SCMTt 350 HOUSTON TEXAS 77090 (713)580-7400 王鴻道 W. YORK WONG Commercial • Property Development • Sales and Leasing 專營 商業地產發展 祖货與售贲 全兵斌大信誉最好每地1公司 The Nation's Largest Full Service Real Estate Company DECEMBER 1984 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 9 亞美國家銀扦 ASIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK i_ * — FDI€ 握集華亞1 裔难財力 閧拓華裔_舊的亊業 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+時至下午二時 本行地址:2020 McKINNEY, 71 Q-00Q-Q1 11 HOUSTON, TX 77003 精緻小茉 美味可口 歡迎光顧 国

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PAGE 10 HOUSTON CHINESE OPERA CLUB By June Dove Leong "I am the new one," said Humphrey Sun. "I just joined 2Vi years ago." "Humphrey Sun is a fast learner of Chinese opera because he is interested," said Tom Tsao, one in the leadership of the Chinese Opera Club in Houston. In the last two to three years, many members of 30 to 40 years experience have joined and Humphrey Sun feels especially fortunate for he has had the opportunity to observe, to learn, to benefit from their participation. Humphrey's wife decided to join six months ago, so now, daughter, son, his whole family enjoy listening to Chinese recordings at home, and even in the automobile driving to work. Last March, Humphrey was cast in a stage pres- entation of a traditional Chinese classic opera which performed at the University of Houston. Costumes came from New York, Hong Kong and Taipei. With headdress, classic Chinese facial make up, beard, etc. Humphrey Sun of New Cen- tury Travel Service looked the professional op...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1984

DECEMBER 1984 ^7 r£) H f MX Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 11 UPSTAIRS JEWELERS Presents $1400 Gold Necklace A gold necklace, priced at $1400, was given at the June Dove Leong Symposium meeting of doctors on November 17th at Golden Bo. Pic- tured above are Upstairs Jewelers owners Steven Ritz and Patricia Abramson as they present Mrs. Leong with the necklace. Recipient of the gold necklace was Chinese cardiologist Anthony Gunawan. He accepted for his wife Nanny. Other door prize winners were Dr. Nellie P. Grose who received the dinner-for-two at Daniel Wong's Restaurant, and Dr. Pin K. Lam who won tickets to a Dance & Fashion Show in the Grand Bal- lroom of Four Seasons Inn On The Park, compli- ments of Sonny Woo of George W Jones, Inc. Steven Ritz of Upstairs Jewelers is a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America. His co- owner, Patricia Aoramson, is a designer of cus- tom jewelry. Together they opened Upstairs Jewelers in August of 1984, located on the 9th floor of the...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1984

PAGE 12 ^ jf|t Southuwst Chinese Journal DECEMBER 1984 CACA ANNIVERSARY Continued from page 1 Justice Department, emceed the celebration most notably, introducing first the Reverend Lok- Tin Cheung of the Chinese Baptist Church, who gave the blessing, followed by Wanda Choi, who led the singing of the National Anthem, and the Pledge of Allegiance, led by Robert Vang. Jane E. Gee, the first Houston CACA woman president, serving her second year in office, out- lined the Houston Lodge's contributions made toward the civic, cultural, social and political growth in the city and in the nation. On the rostrum with President Gee sat distinguished guests, including former Congresswoman Lera Thomas, whose husband, the late Albert Thomas, was the congressman for whom the Houston Convention Center was named. Vice president Gordon Quan introduced honored guests while Hobert Joe, past Grand Vice President, made acknowledgments. Past president Dr. Edward C. M. Chen provided a brief history of the ...

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