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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

November 1-15, 1981 PSYCHOLOGY By WEINING C. CHANG. Ph.O. Psychologist Like many in my gen- eration , I grew up reading fairy tales. The stories invariably start with nice,beau- tiful girls thrust in- to lives of misfortune. Poverty or evil step- mothers' cruel and un- fair treatment left our heroines in misery. Our typical heroine cried and cried and passively accepted the injustice, until one day a prince in shin- ing armour would ride along on his white horse to rescue her. They then lived happi- ly thereafter . The story always came to an abrupt end when they got married as though there was noth- ing left to talk a- bout in the life after wedding. It was an engrossing experience reading these fairy tales. I remember crying and laughing along with the heroine, putting myself in her position whereby her sorrows and happiness became mine; I lived the life that was hers in the story. In other words, if one is to describe this situation in mod- ern psychological terminology, she, the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

Page € (6) ^7 t£) & Southwest Chinese Journal November 1—15, 1981 The Chen Family WEN HWA (WENDY) LIU CHEN comes from a fa- mily of 8 children, and MING KING CHEN is the product of a fam- ily of 6 children. Both were born in Taiwan. They were brought together by their sisters , and eventually married in Taipei. Their chil- dren are 9-year-old JOAN, a fourth-grader at Meyer Elementary, and eleven-year-old RICHARD, a sixth-gra- der at Welles Middle School. It is most amazing that both Wendy and Ming King come from families who are pri- marily medical and dental career people. In truth , they could very well take over a whole medical/dental professional building by themselves. It all started when Ming King's father, TENG HWEI CHEN , now by June Dove Leong deceased , became an obstetrician and gyn- ecologist. Like his father , Ming King is an OBG specialist. His mother,SONG-LEE CHEN, has seen two of her adult children marry doctors , and three acquire doctor- ates of their own, with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

November 1-15, 1981 & Southu>e t Chinese Journal SI 171 ^§DU0D Lecture on Southeast Asia by Danielle Chappel In a recent Lecture sponsored by The Asia Society, Professor Fred Von derMehden of Rice University spoke on the subject "Percep- tions of the U.S. in Southeast Asia." Pro- fessor Von der Mehden has Lived in, studied and traveLed through- out Asia extensiveLy since 1955 and has recentLy returned from a Lecture tour in Southeast Asia. His breadth of knowLedge and insight into the poLiticaL and economic situation in Asia are documented in his many pubLications and his recent invoLvement in compiLing oraL histo- ries of various ethnic groups here in Houst- on ( see Issue 17, "Preserving Asian Am- erican Heritage"). Wide-ranging in their scope , Dr. Von der Mehden's topics centered around pres- ent and historicaL U.S. invoLvement in Southeast Asia. Prof. Von der Mehden noted a trend of Lessening U.S. poLiticaL invoL- vement in the region. Japanese Performing Arts in America...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

Pa ftKje S2 18] & 9# VAI NHAN XET Vif CONC, DUNG, NGON, HANH TRONG VAN HOA VIET NAM Hue T. Pham, Ed. D. Ml CHEI mi I; and the ily Botl Tail broi the evei Tai| dret JOAf at and RICI- der Schc 11 thai Mine f am- mari denl In 1 ver> whol prol by t It Mine TENG BARST 6 MUKAMAL Suite //1000,1 Allen Center 500 Dallas Ave., Houston, TX 77002 Tel: (713) 651-1055 8' Muon Thd Ky : Noi Tieng Anh,Viet, va z Hoa Ngtf. Xin Hoi: JUDGE T.P. JAKABOSKI Giup 1 A - * .* qui nan-dan doi the xanh: $295.- -111 Southwest Chinese Journal Connections: Asian American Resources ASIA LETTER November 1-15, 1981 t , A , *s rJ Cai due tinh cuoi cung va cung quan trong nhci't trong "tu' dut/' La hanh. Hanh la gi', ne(j khong phai tinh tinh , nhan pham cua ngi/oi con gai. Meu mot thieu nu c6 day diT ni/ cong , gia chanh , duyen dang va an noi kheo Leo , nhung , . * t T / I I I? I """ ^ I . t f ' s thieu due hanh , thi qua La mot thieu sot qua L6n. ^ r ,Mot lan nda phung toi xin Lap Lai Loi cua tac gia Gia Hua...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

November 1-15, 1981 ^ t Southwest Chinese Journal Page S3 19] Notice of Grants to be Awarded The Asian Pacific American Concerns Staff at the U. S. Dept. of Education announces the availability of funds for the Improve- ment of Post secondary Education. The Pui— pose of the grants is to improve postsecond- ary education by pro- ducing a document or other product or by engaging in an activ- ity designed to trans- mit the practitioner's knowledge to others. Approximately $350, 000 is estimated to be available for 20 new awards in fiscal year 1982. The estimated maximum amount for the new awards will be $20,000 for a 15 month project period. Potential applicants should be institutions of post secondary edu- cation and other pub- 1 i c and private educational institutions and agencies. For information , contact: The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Educa- tion; RE: 84.116E,the Mina Shaughnessy Scho- lars Program; U.S.Dept. of Education; Rm.3100, R0B#3; Washington, DC 20202; Tel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

* I U\H] ^ r£j A t Southwest Chinese Journal November 1-15, 1981 i LECTURE/from P. SI first asylum." Much controversy has also been centered on the "Pulled out / Pushed out" theories — are these refugees being pushed out for polit- ical reasons, or pul- led out for economic ones? Some Asians question the seemingly preferential treatment accorded Indochinese refugees, as compared to the "small" immi- grant quotas granted to other Southeast Asian countries. Economically we are seen as being a major investor in Southeast Asia, when in fact the majority of investment in Southeast Asia to- day is done by Japan, Hong Kong and other Commonwealth nations, or (in the case of the Philippines) through franchises. The most recent statistics, however , show a de- cline in Japanese in- vestment in Southeast Asia , seemingly due to the difficulties the Japanese have en- countered in dealing with Southeast Asian bureaucracies. Prof. Von der Mehden also spoke on the to- pic of the "chief woi— ries" ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

I November 1-15, 1981 DRS. / from P. 6 tion to his previous accomplishments, a Ph.D degree in this field. They are the parents of 15-year-old LAVINIA and 7-year-old JOHN , both students at St. Thomas Episcopal. The Chengs are members of Houston Chinese Church. Both Jose and Le-Beng are members of the Harris County Medical Society. Le-Beng is a certifier) member of the American Board of Pediatrics, while Jose is a certified member of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine, sub-specialty Endocri- nology , as well as Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Both are members of the J.D. Leong Sympo- sium, and doctors were privileged to hear Endocrinologist Jose S. Cheng speak at a dinner meeting on Sept- ember 26th at Timmy Chan's,Greenway Plaza, on the subject " En- docrinology in Pei— spective." Hong Kong Rations Water rationing for Hong Kong's 5 million inhabitants began on Oct. 8, and has since been cut back to ten hours of water a d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

Page 8 [12] JUNE DOVE LEONC'S ^ $1 Southwest Chinese Journal November 1-15, 1981 Message When BILLY GRAHAM first crusaded in Houston at Rice Stadium our children were 5 and 7 years of age. We at- tended as a family of four when hardly any seats were available. My family stood at the railing, looking for four seats together. When that was not possible , we parked the children on our laps. Seeing our need for space , people kindly moved closer so that the children could be sandwiched in. Billy Graham said many things during that first of three appearances in Houston. One thing that still remains throughout these many years is what Billy Graham said most emphatic- ally: "Whatever your denomination in faith, speak well of your pastor , for in the eyes of your children, he is the shepherd. If you tear him down in front of your children , they will lose the value of his teaching , and you will lose a great ally in your endeavor to raise your children in the light of your faith." There are...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1981

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

/ <• I I - SOUTHWEST CHINESE JOURNAL NEW TELEPHONE: 227 5426 Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 6, No. 19 P.O. Box 18603 Sr ife Houston, Texas 77023 December 1-15, 1931 * * r 30P New Mayor for Chinese Americans Chinese Americans would do well to keep a close watch on may- or-elect Kathy Whit- mire to determine whether , during her administration, there wil] be an improvement in the relationship between City Hall and the community it serves -particularly our own growing Chinese and Asian American commu- nity. There was hope of this at a pre-election meeting between Whit- mire representatives and members of the A- sian American community. On Thursday, Novem- ber 12, during the critical final week of the run-off election campaign, on the same night of the five- hour negotiations for the much-ballyhooed debate between Heard and Whit- mire, a special meet- ing arranged by long- time Houstonians, Bill Joe and Bing Wu, took place at House of China...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

Page 2 [21 Commentary & i$1 Southwest Chinese Journal by William Der Bing I 1 December 1-15, 1981 I The Board of Directors and Staff of the SOUTHWEST CHINESE JOURNAL owe a debt of gratitude to the readership in the Greater Houston-Harris County area and also to the loyal subscribers from throughout the United States and many foreign countries. In order to continue to be of service to the community, a newspaper should periodically assure its readers of its stand on political and community issues. From its inception, THE SOUTHWEST CHINESE JOURNAL is dedicated to community service. It has no allegiance to any government but that of the United States of America. This newspaper has been financed through voluntary contributions by im- partial citizens, through subscribers and through advertising by members of Houston's business and industrial communities. The costs of putting out each issue is high and despite mounting costs, this newspaper shall remain independent. It should be empha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

' M&r V. ! I 1 December 1-15, 1981 « tl M M. v?7 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal ~M — -i(= ~>« ~>t = f= Calendar FORMOSAN PRESBYTERIAN -CHURCH. 2930 Michaux will have a Youth Christmas Party Dec. 20, after church ser- vices. Lunch will be served afterwards. A Christmas Get-to- gether for the adults will be held on Dec. 24, 7 pm. CHINESE PROFESSIONAL CLUB will present a Tax Seminar at the Chinese Community Cultural Center, 9350 Bellaire, Dec. 9, at 7 pm. Mr.Henry Toh will be the guest speaker. A Christmas Party for the members' chil- dren will be held at the Autumn Chase Town- house Clubhouse Dec. 13. For more Info call Steve Gee, 933-8099. CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, activities include, for December 5 Tree-trimming Party; Children's Christ- mas Party 7-10 pm. 24 Caroling Party - meet at the church at 7 pm. 25 Christmas Party 8pm 26 Fun Night 7-10 pm, in the Family Life Center 31 Watch Night Service 9 pm GRACE CHAPEL, 1055 Bingle, activities for December include: 18 A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

MM -r-Hftfllito'- P g« * I%) &] ^ 4H Southwest Chinese Journal December 1-15, 1981 Year-End Tax Planning by George M. Yeiter, CPA The Economic Recov- ery Tax Act of 1981 effects the biggest income tax reduction ever witnessed by Am- erican taxpayers. Ef- fective October 1, 1981 the tax rates began reducing over a three year period of time for a net tax reduct- ion of approximately 23 percent. The 1982 reduction on the max- imum tax to 50 percent will remove any need for maximum tax on personal service in- come and should enco- urage investment for investment sake and provide less incentive for poorly thought out or high - risk tax shelters. A few of the tax re- ductlon provisions take effect in the year 1981 and tax planning adjustments must take place in No- vember and December of 1981; January may be too late. This stra- tegy could be disad- vantageous if you ex- pect to greatly increase your income in 1982 over ypur 1981 income unless of course your unearned income is taxed a...

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December 1-15, 1981 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 (5) LI SHAN If £ C ■ \ *&nm one* ill TEXAS UC M tone Master PLUMBER _fc.T « gK1M'HUN MOOK itS* 2k BS it ® b) I ^ ift ft « at * t- * ■ m « £ * . coMMNCMi-Msefwr4i-c/rr wtot uaviar • 977-MM 777-3719 77H302 9801 HARWIN. SUITE A 977-2926 HOUSTON. TX 77036 By WEINING C. CHANG The Chinese community in Houston has grown considerably. With this growth, the cultural atmosphere here has also developed into such an attractive one that great masters like LI SHAN have arrived and chosen to stay. The art of painting in China has a long his- tory; and because of China's relative isolation from the rest of the world, the art of painting in China has evolved into a style of its own. However, in recent years there have been grow- ing numbers of art students who have studied in Europe and brought back new techniques and spirits into the traditional Chinese art. Great masters like HSU BEIHONG, PAN TIENSHU and LIN FENGMIEN were pioneers in bring...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

Page 6 (11 *5? ^ Southwest Chinese Journal December 1-15, 1981 COMMUNITY NEWS by June Dove Leong DR. and MRS. EDWARD C. M. CHEN with his aunt, MRS. JANE ENG GEE, celebrated the 27th Anniversary of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge at Gol- den Bo Restaurant . Dr. Chen's book, HaJ>- toiy pj tkz Chinese, in Houston is in the writing stages. Due to grand jury duty, Dr. Chen has delayed publication of his book, originally sche- duled for '81, and has now projected comple- tion in the summer of '82. Mrs. Jane Eng Gee is a nominee for president of theCACA. If elected, she will become the first wo- man president for this organization in the city of Houston. ***** Chinese Baptist Church is looking for paid nursery workers, retired ladies to help during the Sunday morn- ing worship services. Interested Chinese la- dies are requested to telephone Mabel Wong, church secretary, at 461-0963. ***** Metropolitan Life and Beehive Realtor VIOLA CHAN was respon- sible for two pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

. *.:• 'I December 1-15, 1981 vft Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 17] PSYCHOLOGY By WEINING C. CHANG, Ph.O. Psychologist Pity the Poor Wretched Soul I know this girl who is hard to like. It seems that she is the type of person who people might say has an overblown ego. She craves attention. It doesn't matter what is the topic of discus- sion-she has to domi- nate the conversation. Worse still, she will steal the show by drawing attention to herself. She can talk unceasingly about her- self for hours and hours. This, of cour- se, becomes very an- noying to people who know her; and she has difficulty maintaining friendships with other people. To the people who observe her , she appears to be the wo- man who has everything- good job,good family, etc. People could not understand why she craves attention so much and boasts so much , about herself. I have heard people talk about her with such envy and resentment. However, she has con- fided in me the lone- liness and fear she has. She al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 December 1981

Page 8 [8] vSj &) A# 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal New Mayor, cont . from P. 1 the campaign speeches and pleas for contri- butions , one might have approached this meeting as common po- litics, but common po- litics soon turned into an uncommon ex- change . The speeches by Griggs, Brink and West, sounding the common chord of business-like management in provid- ing city services for all the people , fell on responsive ears. Words of endorsement followed from Mr. Bing Wu. An active Repub- lican party member present stated his be- lief that Whitmirewas the best candidate. Questions to the Whit- mire group showed a continual concern for the city as a whole, not solely for the Chinese community. One of the Whitmire people bravely stressed that the meeting was not only for our com- munity to learn more about Whitmire, but also for the Whitmire campaign to learn more about our community, inviting the group to share their ideas and feelings with them. In effect, " tell us what you want ...

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