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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

13 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 continued from page 14 from UH. He was a charter member of Pi Delta Pi (UH) and Sigma Delta Pi (UH). In 1944, he was the first Chinese to teach at a university in Houston (UH). He taught the first university level Chinese language class in the Southwest. Later he was a full time faculty member (1949) and taught Spanish, French, political science, government and far eastern affairs Other UH students from 1940-45 were Mr. GEORGE LEO, Mr. GEORGE GEE, and the first two Chinese women, Ms. DAISY GEE (GOR) and Ms. MARY BOW. In 1941, Mr. CHARLES S. CHAN was the first Chinese to be graduated from Rice Institute, receiving a BA in architecture with highest honors. The next year, he received a BS in architecture and his brother, Mr. GEORGE Y. CHAN received a BS in chemical engineering with highest honors, member of Tau Beta Pi and Phi Lambda Upsilon. These were the first two professional degrees awarded to Chinese in Houston. Mr. DAVID Y. CHAN was th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

1980 or y er OCTOBER 1980 & t£j Southwest Chinese Journal 14 THE CHRONOLOGY OF THE HISTORY OF THE CHINESE IN HOUSTON: EDUCATION By Dr. Edward C. M. Chen In this "rough draft" the University of Houston (UH) and Rice University are emphasized because of their longer history. In the final version, more information on the Houston Baptist University (HBU) and St. Thomas University will be included. If you have any data on these universities, or if you have any corrections, additions, or comments on this chron- ology* please send them to me at 4046 Durness, Houston, Texas, 77025. 1880 to 1930 Most of the Chinese in Houston prior to 1910 were educated in China and had no more than six years of formal education. Some of the Chinese coming to Houston between 1910 and 1930 may have received twelve years of formal education. 1930 Mr. C. Y. CHU went to college in China and taught at the Chinese language school in San Antonio before coming to Houston. Vice Consul T. L. OUANG, who moved to Ho...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

15 & ife 4H Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF A CHILD By WEINING C. CHANG, Ph.D. Psychologist A giant of a thinker died two weeks ago whose life will be remembered b> many students of psy- chology as well as education. His name is Jean Piaget. This man spent much of his time observing children and has told the world much about their intellectual development. Contrary to common belief, a child (even an in- fant) is not a passive being, passively waiting to be fed with knowledge. He is very actively seeking experience and information to construct concepts and ideas which form the basic content of the in- tellect. The child's development is an intricate interaction between maturation and learning. His biological maturation will take him to certain levels of "readiness" which would then enable him to learn different kinds of tasks from the environment. The function of the environment, which can be structured by the parents or the educator, is to provid...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

OCTOBER 1980 $3 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal 16 continued from page 17 He has been awarded two fellowships: the National Institutes of Health Training Fellowship and the Whit- taker Health Science Fellowship, lie has completed two published papers and his current work now consists of five manuscripts presently being prepared dealing with protein turnover, glucose kinetics and gluconeogenesis in both laboratory animals and human beings under different dietary and nutritional conditions. Robert and Gertrude Yang can also be justly proud of their other three children. Their daughter ROBERTA is now an Assistant District Attorney, the first fe- male Chinese American accepted into the bar to hold this office in Harris County. Daughter CORA has just graduated from William's College in Williamstown, Mass. with majors in French and Spanish. Cora seeks a Law degree with preference for International Law. She now proceeds to New York University Law School. Cora's background includes recipient of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

17 ® i$) ^ O. Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 PROFILE: RUSSEL DAVID YANG Jf Ik Wk By m June Dove Leong _ />/*§ Chemist ROBERT YANG came to Houston in 1970 with Pittsburg Plate Glass, Pittsburg, Pa., and is now associated with the Tosco Corporation. He has been President of the Chinese Professional Club and was instrumental in initiating the first Chinese lan- guage school in Houston, now known as the Institute of Chinese Culture. His wife GERTRUDE is a Diet- ician, well known for her nutritional consultations at hospitals, nursing homes, the medical department of major oil companies. She has been featured in newspaper and magazine articles, is famed for her excellent gourmet cooking schools. Robert and Ger- trude Yang are an inspiration, a wonderful example of successful parenthood. RUSSELL DAVID YANG, pictured above, resembles his father . . . somehow one senses that there are other inherent good qualities about this fine young man. When one discovers that his parents are...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

OCTOBER 1980 rfe ^ ill Southwest Chinese Journal 18 CHINA ENCOURAGES U.S. - TAIWAN DEAL By James P. Sterba Both China and Taiwan, in major but quiet policy changes, are now encouraging American companies to do business on both sides of the Formosa Strait, accord- ing to American business leaders based in Taipei and Hong Kong. Warnings from Peking that dealing with Taiwan could compromise deals with the mainland have ceased in the 15 months since the United States broke dip- lomatic ties with the Taiwan Nationalists and estab- lished full relations with China. Now there is tacit approval and private encourage- ment from both sides, according to Robert P. Parker, president of the American Chamber of Commerce on Taiwan. Without a clear statement of policy from Peking, some American corporations and the State Department remain cautious - overly so, according to Parker. "They're falling behind on this tack in the home offices and in Washington," said Parker, a 38-year- old lawyer with th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

19 £) ifc $ 4(i Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 JUNE DOVE LEONG SYMPOSIUM Psychologist Dorothy Lam Wong spoke on Sept. 26 on the subject "Emotional Sc Behavioral Role Problems of the School Age Child". Pastor Paul Hsu, of the newly formed Chinese Lutheran Church, gave the invocation. Meeting Psychologist Wong for the first time, Pastor Hsu instantly recalled to mind Dorothy's parents, Chairman of the Board of Hong Kong Baptist University Daniel Lam and his wife Juanita..for Pastor Hsu had served 25 years in the Lutheran ministry in Hong Kong (<fe as Executive Secretary), and eight years in San Francisco, prior to coming to Houston recently as Mission Developer. Pastor Hsu is here with wife Lily. Their three children are Homer, 11 yrs. who attends Kate Bell School..Jimmy, 17 yrs. a student at Westbury Senior High..and 21 yrs. old Marjorie, who ■J majors in chemistry at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. Psychologist Wong currently practices near Memorial Southwest Hospit...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

OCTOBER 1980 & rfo ^ ik Southwest Chinese Journal 20 REFLECTIONS by WILLIAM DER BING During a very pleasant evening at a reception for the Chinese Consular family, many thought pro- voking topics surfaced. There were deep rooted feel- ings for how to assist China in its technological programs, its educational programs and the exchanges of ideas flowed throughout the evening. Of all of the topics, one that presented the greatest immediate concern (indeed it could very well become a threat il we stand idly by) was that if infiltration. Webster defines "infiltration" as "to enter or become established in an organization gradually, or unobtrusively in large numbers" or "to advance by sending single men or small groups through gaps or weak points in the enemy line." There appear to be many Chinese organizations which have sprung up over- night. Cach of these purposing to stand for some- thing noble. They each apply for membership in a so-called central organization and therein lies t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

& $7 $8. Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 DR. JEFFREY Y. LEE By June Dove Leong As one enters his office located on Long Point Road one notices pictures adorning his desk and shelves. The sweet little baby 6 months old is named Alicia Diane Lee. He brought from the shelf the pictures of his wife, whose name is Teresa..and his parents in Arizona..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee. As one sits in the private office of Dr. Jeffrey Y. Lee one learns that he chose to specialize in the Prac- tice of Internal Medicine, but in actuality, it is his second career, for he had a degree in engineering, and was in this field of work prior to his entrance into the study of medicine. One might come to believe that with all the time necessary for training and work experience, one would be speaking to an elderly man..but to the contrary..this was not so. Said Dr. Lee, "This coming Friday, August 22nd, I will be 32 years old..the Year of the Rat." However, we found no rodent qualities in this young ma...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

OCTOBER 1980 & it) ill Southwest Chinese Journal >W MOON FESTIVAL 1980 * Photo credits. David Louie and Steven Lam Mayor & Mrs. Jim McConn and Miss Sandy Lee, 1980 Miss Chinatown Houston I / I Mrs. Otmar Kother and Mayor Jim McConn Several thousand Iloustonians attended the first Moon Festival celebrated by the Chinese community in Houston on Sunday, September 21. It was sponsored by the Houston-Taipei Sister City Committee. Mayor Jim McConn and Mrs. McConn and many other city dignitaries were in attendance. Master of ceremonies was Dr. Otmar kolber of Texas Commerce Bank. Co-Chairmen of the festival were Mrs. Otmar Kolber and Mr. Bill Woo. 19 year old U of II student Sandy Lee, dressed in a red cheung som, was introduced as the new Miss Chinatown Houston of 1980. There were the sound of firecrackers in the air, a Lion dance performance, and martial arts demonstrations. Also, Chinese dance and musical performances by the many talented young people pictured here. Mayor McC...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

23 i£j ^ 4H Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 TOM CHAN By WILLIAM DER BING On the national scene, a very dynamic gentleman passed away. His accomplishments will never be enumerated. He was not the kind to seek fame. To his friends, he was always loyal. His is the creative hand that caused the U.S. Asia Institute to be formed and from that, every meaningful and meaningless or- ganization has jumped on his bandwagon and he had time only for the progressive, the positive thinkers and more importantly, he cast his lot with the doers and as a result everyone is taglining their own little organizations with the connotation "Asia" . . . "Institute" . . . and the like. He had one simple guideline - DO IT! He disliked immobility. He disliked procrastination. Above all, he disliked those who put selfish interests above those of others. But lie was gentlemanly about it all and one always knew where he/she stood. He was appointed by The President as a Commissioner of the LBA and as an effe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

f * 1 OCTOBER 1980 COMMUNITY NEWS & r£) ^ ill Southwest Chinese Journal 3 Photo by Alvin Gee BETTY LEONG, daughter of Mr. £ Mrs. BOR GIM LEONG, was married to DANIEL GOON, son of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES GOON of Clarksdale, Mississippi, Sunday, August 31, at 3:00 p.m. at the Bellaire Christian Church. A Banquet Reception and dance followed at 6:00 in the evening at the Astrodome Marriott Hotel Grand Ballroom. The Chinese Baptist Church is the scene of frenetic activities during the weekdays now that the new gymnasium and educational wing has sprouted up its walls. It will be a very handsome and much needed addition what with its burgeoning membership. Much credit goes to Pastor CHUNG, Dr. JOYCE FAN, GEORGE GEE and VIOLA CHAN and others who worked so hard to see it come to pass. Official opening date for the new INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE BANK OF CHINA has been set for October the 0th. Mr. Y. M. Yang is the Houston representative of the bank, which will be located at 1200 Milam, Suite 34...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

25 &J ife ^ ft Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 COMMUNITY NEWS DAVID LIM and JULIE NAKASONE were united in marriage on August 17, 1980 at the Gardena Valley Baptist Church in Gardenia, California. A recep- tion was held following the ceremony at the Pacifica Hotel in Culver City, California. A Houston Wedding Banquet was held at the Golden Bo Restaurant on August 31st. David's parents are fir. and Mrs. DOM H. LIM of Houston. He is a graduate of Texas ASH and employed as a research engineer at Ford Aerospace, Julie is a secretary for Western Airlines. They make their new home in Irvine, California. Attorney GORDON QUAN and TED WU have formed a new law partnership. Their office is at 5959 West Loop South, Suite 500, Bellaire, Texas 77401. Tel. No. 713/669-9770. Mrs. JANE GEE of Houston and her sister-in-law Mrs. RUTH NG of San Antonio are leaving October the eighth for Taiwan to attend the Double Ten Celebra- tions in Taipei. They will also visit Hong Kong and Honolulu. Dr. ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

OCTOBER 1980 ife 4H South west Chinese Journal 26 PHOTOGRAPHER ALVIN WONG GEE June Leong m ■■if' v ■ 'f \v- V r^r 4 • V ' '* * '*4 *$(&&■ §i: J ' ■*«°: ■.r; : V- '?\ . %«« As busy as a bee is photographer Alvin Wong Gee... and only 4 months into his new studio at 5801 Schumacher ...only a couple of blocks from the Southwest Freeway... off the Chimney Rock exit. His advertisement, which appears in the Southwest Chinese Journal, features a beauty, whose name is Chris- tine Chow (her hair stylist, Ron Chow). With this portrait, Alvin Wong Gee won the "Print of the Month" competition, which was selected by his peers, the Houston Professional Photographers Guild. This is but only one of the honors bestowed on Alvin, for at the moment, his works are on tour with other exceptional photographic displays in ten different locations: The Houston Public Library, 500 McKinney (Nov. 10-30), and the following Malls - Almeda (Nov. 3-0), Bay Brook (Oct. 2?-Nov. l), Westbrook Fashion Place (O...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

27 ^ 4tL Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1980 The Message BY June Dove Leong The Sept. 24th front page Houston Chronicle headline read, A GRIM RECORD... Houston murder rate in 1979 was highest ever for U.S. cities. Every 38 seconds a fel- ony happens. Texas crime spiral is on the rise in 1980. Reported Col. James B. Adams, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, "There was a murder every three hours and 45 min- utes, while there was a reported rape every 80 minutes...a robbery each nineteen minutes ...an aggravated assault each fourteen minutes...a bur- glary each 2 minutes... and a theft every 72 seconds. Another alarming figure revealed a motor vehicle theft every seven minutes." October 31st is almost here and once again the news media...newspapers, TV, and radio... will sound the alarm of caution to take care on Halloween. Halloween originated as a pagan observance. In the time of the Druids, long before Christianity, there were pranks and pranksters on October 31st...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1980

Southwest Chinese Journal Serving the Chinese Community of the Southwest United States VOL. 5 NO. 10 OCTOBER 1980 SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 PER YEAR Phone:631-9824 or 227-1203 P.O. Box 18603 Houston, TX 77023 YOUTH GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE More than 100 Youthgrant awards will be given across the nation this year by the National Endow- ment for the Humanities. The program supports out-of-the-classroom projects conducted entirely by young people, primarily between 15 and 25 years of age, in fields of the humanities such as history, ethnic studies, and folklore. An historical study by a 20 year old Asian- American on intergenerational attitudes toward cul- tural integration among her ethnic group, research and re-creation of an "underground railroad" slave escape by black students at Oberlin College, and collection and analysis of folk art and legends by a group of high school age Apache youth, are some examples of Youthgrant projects. Cultural organization, educational institutions, and communit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

麗洧P戲院i LIDO THEATRE | 敬啓者本院新址於 ♦ 1610 CHENEVRT STREET, | 將於最近開t,敬請各界人士留意♦ 放映日期 ♦ I 麗都戲院敬啓 ♦ 'Yet "Wall ^stahraqt 5627 Beechnut. Houston, Texas 77096 Map/ewood Shopping Center j j m.餅 rA jf. iv. m ( f./,來 x. 1?- A [ 。u人枓 > 來載I 曉七帕海鮮專家 ik •般•遭•能般 好蓮通家ii (八) (CHINA TOWN) (八) •承辦大小A /# iii席• '• w m & 713-228-1522 %% 展唔戊二。,,基孝 迮记期二休/J ^ ^ CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY Unique Cafeteria Style Chinese Lunch Served from 11 30 A .M. to 2:30 PM and True Chinese Traditions Till 2 A M Specia/tzma in Party Dinner Private room available. 一 r tin m 華國酒僂 Imperial Garden 沙茶火鎢 韓國峥肉 水餃蒸餃 鎢貼小氦包 牛肉齡餅 原汁牛肉粞 肉末^H麵 梅茉扣肉 豆 辦 魚 別 7668 De Moss (De Moss at Fcxxjren ) r ~ Houston, Texas 77036 \ ot" 713 )774 -4407 大半 Pacific Ten Fathoms Restaurant 740 Polk Ave. Polk at Milam Houston, Texas 77002 君宴帥辦 ’v 滿小掌喜 夸 意命各f II f Phone: 658-8121 f IWCW ?€KmG RESTAURANT Peking Style Mandarin Food 5616 BELLAIRE BOULEVARD HOUSTON, TEXAS 77081 Telephone (713) 664-3009 一 /L八〇年十一冯 南時報 Chinese Journal 保健中心將举辦 r婦女衡生」演講 包括避孕、生育、•臾年 明...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

大老古食品公司 TAROCO FOODS CORPORATION (713) 225-3358 1103 CHARTRES 5TRFET HOUSTON TEXAS 77003 常te海鮮 鲜蝦 角. <[pXoJiuct^ 罐頭食品 油糖海味 歡迎惠顧 糾丨vuiiim岗、丨“、岡u:’ nn 愤約B.Y問判r;》 ||:”Jr : |'L| irjii.n SHARKTUWN H I; i; I J、Wr : pj I>"'' 5. POST OAK : I;. 7 Jade Inn Restaurant 711 Franklin, Houston, Texas 77002 炒 0 iM 225-0417 OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 10 Franklin MiMi 籰llllllll—IIHIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiHIIIII i grocer friends I 〜 = Thanks for the tremendous S response to our last ad. 量 More and more are joining the 置 Consumers family. = If you have not yet done S So, please call soon. “康十美” 自登報後 蒙各界大力支持,現有其好 成績•閣下若未採用, “康十其”現金支票 請郎向本公司 接洽• Consumers Money Orders 626-8491 (A Gulf & Western Co.) 級海•鮮 l咖•__J IIIIII丨丨丨丨丨丨丨|丨丨丨|丨1丨丨1丨丨丨11丨丨丨1_1丨丨丨丨丨丨|11111 曉士頓及美南華橋 熱烈慶祝雙十國慶 (木報# )今年曉七頓市及美南全 傭礙祝雙十!I麼,較往年Ml爲熱烈o 慶晚會:由中華公所等十餘單 位主辦赞助於十月b日晚上b時正假 it架廳演出,特别由台涔自強訪問阄 演出,是晩六時卽苦人滿,座無虛席 ,龈衆約二f餘人,"J兑倫胞鯢衆之 踴躍0 2•慶祝捫曾:由北美協調,務會驻 嘵士頓辦項處虽傳禮處艮於雙十節晚 主持麼祝酒曾,假另利述大飯店舉行 ,參加中外來W約七.白餘人。 —唆祝楚會:由中華公所主...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

、K^1^I.TJHI搀華埠選戈Mil 公、•土榮銜 0特于十月! 一十六日(M期日)下午 在中鸣奶家設茶曾招侍,#中由瀚世 主席致細詻多:§ M , ♦m送礼包打其 明牛二月肌{.!•:三藩巾每加令戈,举埠小 姐脱選時馬到成功0此次茶曾親由乍 ^東主笼如樹料押,點心另咪4U, 式极多,料敍令|^时欧<u丨0 (本報4 )德州f氏公所爲_任主 席李政夫M之弟三女公七.0玉榮嫂曉 土屻同彻會七辦之一九八〇,千单il'l丨小 姐,及朱_超,朱t-梁娥伉’備之女公 吳曉達總領事在國慶招待會上致祝酒詞 雙喜翁酒冢 SONG HAY RJESTAURANT 5866 SAN FFLIPE ROAD • HOUSTON TEXAS 77057 PHONE 713/783 4419 最S M 傅¥ 北酌 CHUNG HING P^K^dacti Wah Nan Gifts & Snacks 906 St Emdnue! Houston. Tx 77003 New Chinatown HOUSTON, TX 77003 815 ( HAKTKI S SIRI i 玉器r」•飾 茶具碗碟 棉衣隨衣 功夫衫鞋 各槌名iii 唱片唱帶 代…爷航爷公ri 式11' ti'i小”兑出川. n v'i )>) M(地 if. 'I 化f1, U"Wl 11 K,1; WORLD BOOK (適 人吵川)^s-yjoc Open 11-9 daily 223-0477 HLTAILS AND INSTITUTIONAL SALES LOW PRICE LARGE SELECTION OF ORIENTAL PRODUCTS 令:令:今:令:令:^® CARL PE ATTORNEY 專辦法 Tel.. 22 6 09 FANNIN HOU,TX 7U-4419 iTERSON 'S AT LAW 律事件 女請光臨指導 7-9015 ,SUITE1417 .77002 一九八〇年十一月 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 中華人民共和國 駐曉士頓總領事館 擧行成大招待會 歡慶建國三十 周年 At^4v4v4VATyyvAT-TTYV*v4v v4v>> ❖似 ♦V於 Moki HDklMok^s-mlkl Hs-^klidQ Ms-M...

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