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

December 1-15, 1981 i$7 frf Southwest Chinese Journal Seminar, cont. from p. 1 we may now consult with China in security matters, the U.S. po- licy has definitely reflected hesitation on our part to develop close political rela- tions with China This is due , no doubt, to our fear of repeating the mistakes we made with the Soviets. Two important events occurring in 1981-1982 are (1) the decision to sell more than "defensive" equipment to the People's Repu- blic of China govern- ment; and (2) the li- mits in China's ability to increase capital investments in the country. Today, energy deve- lopment constitutes the largest single in- vestment area between the U.S. and the PRC. While, in fact , the concession area in the South China Sea is not promising geological- ly , it ^is important politically. Ninety percent of China's oil lies within the area known as the Nortlieast Corridor which borders an offshore shelf the size of Texas and Oklahoma. The present feeling of the petroleum in- ...

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

Page 10 lit! itj ^ $1 Southwest Chinese Journal A Favorite Recipe MAUREEN TOY'S SPONGE CAKE (steamed or baked) "GUY DON GO" 4 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 cup flour, sifted 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1. 2. 3. 4. Beat eggs well until fluffy, While beating blended. add sugar gradually until Add flour gradually, folding into egg mix- ture. Add vanilla extract. Pour into round cake pan lined with wax paper. or bake at 350° for 5. Steam for 20 minutes 30 to 35 minutes. Total Calories: 1,482 Sodium Content: 238 mg. (Reprinted with permission from FAVORITE RECI- PES COOKBOOK, available from Chinese Baptist Church, 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024.) Wok & Roll by Allan Gor While growing up in Houston, I was a long- term, captive student within public schools belonging to the Hous- ton Independent School District—and was us- ually captive to what- ever the school cafe- terias served during lunchtime. Over the years, one menu item in HISD schools was a constant - turkey and dressing, the American Than...

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

December 1-15, 1981 I m 4 JUNE DOVE LEONG'S Message The Chinese discovered America. The Anthropological Jour- nal of Canada,in an author- itative article written by marine archaeologists Larry J. Pierson and Professor James R. Moriarty III of the University of San Diego, claims this to be true. In the Winter of '75, 35 feet down,off the Los Ange- les coast,near Palos Verdes scuba diver Bob Meistrell stumbled upon a relic of an v iT *2 ancient shipwreck, a 280 pound stone with a hole in the middle, like a huge doughnut. A year before, two U.S. Geological Survey scien- tists pulled up a similar circular stone object 1,000 fathoms down. Since then divers have brought up other identifiable objects - weight anchors, ballast for compound anchors , boom hoist counterweight-all identified by the holes and bevels cut into them. The stones were feldspathic sandstone. Ana- lysts at the University of Minnesota,Los Ange- les Valley State College and Taiwan National University concluded they coul...

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

Page 12 mi China Film Week China Film Week, a cultural exchange pro- ject, organized and coordinated by the A- merican Film Institute and programmed in co- operation with the Film Department of the Museum of the Modern Arts, successfully concludes its tour of eight major U.S. cities here in Houston's Mu- seum of Fine Arts in January. The program was made possible under the terms of a recent Cul- tural Agreement bet- ween the U.S. and the People's Republic of China which exchanged a series of outstand- ing American films that included "The Black Stallion," "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner", "Shane", "Singin' in the Rain" and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" for a five city tour in China. The five films in the China Film Week program have been pre- sented at such noted institutions as the American Film Insti- tute in Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci- ences in Los Angeles. The films selected for t...

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

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

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

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

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

A I REFUGEE INFO CTR. OPENS, see p. 3 HOUSTON CHINESE CHURCH, see p. 3 • BETTE BAO LORD IN HOUSTON, see p. 9 • CHRISTMAS GREETINGS, see p. 15 Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 6, No. 20 P.O. Box 18603 Sr & 8$ & Houston, Texas 77023 December 16-31, 1981 iaS A Christmas Message by Rev. David K. Chan, Pastor of Houston Chinese Church Christmas is a time of celebration and rejoicing'. Homes are decorated in gleaming colors. Lights are glittering on the Christmas trees. The malls are jammed with mer- chandise and shoppers. Sweet carols overflow the church- es into the busy streets. People greet each other with seasonal regards. Joy and propperity is evi lent every- where. The whole world seems to blossom overnight with the coming of Christmas. Yet, it is a pity to find that most people busy about at this season, not knowing the true reasons for doing so. They decorate the tree, play Santa Claus and give away gifts, and join in singing "Sil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

Page 2 &] $1 flf Southwest Chinese Journal December 16-31, 1981 =**= = <= = M= Calendar Houston Chinese Church, 4100 S. Main, will have a Christmas Worship Service, Dec. 20, with a special Christmas Cantata presented by the choir; a Christmas Party for the Children will be given at 1:30, Dec. 20. A Dedication Service for their new church will be held at 4 PM, Jan. 1, 1982. (See related story.) Chinese Baptist Church, 900 Brogden, will have a Caroling Party, Dec. 24, 7 PM; a Christmas Party, Dec. 25, 8PM fun Night, Dec. 26, 7 - 10 PM in the Family Life Center; and a Watch Night Service, Dec. 31,9PM. Chinese Lutheran Church, 9550 Bellaire, will hold a Christmas Eve Church Ser- vice, Dfec. 24, and a Christ- mas Service, Dec. 25,10:30 AM with lunch and fellowship following. Grace Chapel, 1055 Bingle, will hold an Agape Life Fellowship Christmas Meet- ing, Dec.18, in the Parson- age, 1717 Pine Village; a Caroling Party,Dec. 23,7PM; a bilingual Christmas Even- ing Service, Dec. 25,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

December 16-31, 1981 £)' fij il f 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 Church Dedication The Houston Chinese Church announces the dedication of their new building on Jan- uary 1, 1982 at A PM. The new church is located at 10305 Main Street, Houston, TX 77025, just south of Loop 610. The building houses among others, a chap- el with a seating capacity of 700. All are welcome to the dedication service. The Houston Chinese Church was organized in January, 1975 with a little more than 100 founding mem- bers. For the last six years, under the leadership of former pastors, Reverend "A JL i'V\ -f7 'v^\ *■ V ''/r, ^3— ' ^ \ I -i 't. HOUSTON CHINESE C HURCH Gentle Lee and Reverend Franklin Lee and present pastor, Reverend David K. Chan, the church has grown rapidly to exceed six hun- dred in attendance every Sunday. It is at present the largest Chinese con- gregation in the southern United States. Three years ago, the church purchased three acres of prime land along Main Street for $200,000....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

Page 4 i£l Of Mi Southwest Chinese Journal December 16—31, 1981 JUNE DOVE LEONG'S Message "Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian love: The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to that above." The words to this hymn bring back memories during this Christmas of a special person-place-and time-that live on. One long, steep flight of stairs up to the first landing, a door opened to a small 12 x 14 upper room. One cir- cular bench hugged the wall space around the room. The only other fur- nishings were an upright piano, hym- nals and Bibles. A Sunday School teacher, one maiden lady, with a deci- ded English accent and a love for Chinese teenagers, taught a Youth Class Sunday after Sunday in this sparse upper room and gladly paid for the privilege. From her modest earnings as a sewing instructor, she rented the small but tidy room used but once a week for the purpose of Bible study and fellowship-$30 a month for a brief period four times a month and sometimes a few extra hour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

December 16-31, 1981 rf) Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 COMMUNITY NEWS by June Dove Leong PAUL CHUNG, son of MR. & MRS. WILLIAM CHUNG (JANE), a member of the University of Texas Honor Society in Austin, was awarded the highest honor when he was presented with a $1000 check at a recent UT Busi- ness College Banquet. The award was a gift from Alcoa Aluminum which sponsored the scholarship in the De- partment of Accounting, UT College of Business Admini- stration, for the 1981-82 season, in recognition of outstanding accomplishments and future success. Paul worked during the past summer at Arthur Ander- son. He returns to the prestigious accounting firm next summer. Brother JOHN CHUNG, 16, made the decision to be baptized on Sunday, Decem- ber 8th at the Chinese Bap- tist Church. Both boys and their parents have lived close to the influence of the Baptist church. Paul has been offered a Master's degree and $11,000 Fellow- ship, but Paul's focus is on a Law degree. DR. MARVIN RALE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

Page 6 fa *1# & Southwest Chinese Journal December 16-31, 1981 TEXPERA: A Tex-Asian Guide Texas, long the em- bodiment of the Amer- ican Western frontier, has been yielding to a more Eastern influ- ence. It is becoming the unlikely setting where commerce, cul- tural attitudes and recent immigration patterns have created an awareness and in- creased interest in various aspects of Asia. Responding to this awareness and the need to broaden this into greater understanding through educational materials, TEXPERA has emerged. TEXPERA, the Texas Program for Ed- ucational Resources on Asia , originates from the Center for Asian Studies at the University of Texas in Austin. It gathers information and re- source materials about the Asian peoples , cultures, governments, etc., and makes this information available to Texas educators. Among the services it offers Texas teac- hers are its bimonthly newsletter , resource materials in its lib- rary and audio-visual departments, workshops and a r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

December 16-31, 1981 r£j H t -111 Southuwst Chinese Journal Page 7 PSYCHOLOGY By WEINING C. CHANG. Ph.D. Psychologist A Family Tragedy I used to see this mother in our church. She had been looking sad and depressed. We knew why: the daughter was, what shall we say, "crazy". She often followed her mother around with a blank expression on her face. Her movements were sluggish and her reactions slow. She was not like that until several years ago, when some- thing dark happened in the family. For reasons unknown to us at the time, the daughter began her abnormal behavior pattern. Now I know the sluggish movements and blank stares were related to the antipsychotic medicine she was given. These were symptoms of side effects produced by the use of the medicine. I, as well as many others, used to look at the mother as somewhat of a "Saint Joan of Arc" who briefly shouldered the responsibility of the daughter. I also remember that hers was a proud family. The mother exulted immoderately abou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

Page 8 if) Sf ^ll Southwest Chinese Journal China Film Week December 16-31, 1981 The U.S.-China cultural exchange program entitled China Film Week, is scheduled to run from January 7 to 20 at the Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet at Main. Perhaps owing to Houston being the location of one of the Consular General offices of the People's Republic of China, the program's two-week run will be the longest run in a tour which has included Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, Berkeley, California and Chicago. Joan Chung-wen Shih, a professor of Chinese at George Washington University, has written: "The five films to be shown during China Film Week are entertaining, though some perhaps too political by Western standards. Three of them, "Song of Youth" (1959), "Third Sister Liu" (1961) "Two Stage Sisters" (1964), were produced before the Cul- tural Revolution, and two, "Second Spring Mirroring the Moon" (1979) and "Bus Number Three" (1980) were produced after it. They provide a rare gl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

December 16-31, 1981 ^ ^ 4ll Sou th wen t Chinese J on rn a / Page 9 Novelist Lord Visits Houston by Allan Gor Spring Moon is a novel recently published by Harper & Row. Riding high on the bestseller lists (at this writ- ing, #4 on the New York Times Bestseller List), it is the story of a family's odyssey through the dramas and tumult of China from 1892 to 1972. Its author, Bette Bao Lord, came to Houston in early December during a 27-city promotional tour and was guest of honor at a December 8 reception given at Cobler Book Store by Asia Soc'^ty/Houston. It was the second visit to Houston for Mrs. Lord, who lives in Manhattan, New York with husband Winston and two teenaged children. Winston Lord is president of the Council on Foreign Re- lations, and was principal advisor to Henry Kissinger for the establishment of relations with the People's Republic of China. Author Lord, who left her native Shanghai with her family for New York in 1946, traveled with her hus- band to China i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

Page 10 ^7 rtj III Southwest Chinese Journal December 16-31, 1981 'Eyes of Texas' on C'town The "Eyes of Texas" is a highly acclaimed, locally- produced television series which appears on KPRC-TV, Channel 2, at 6:30 PM Sat- urdays. Producer-host Ray Miller takes viewers on a weekly guided tour throu- ghout Texas, exploring the special places and people which make up the Lone Star State. One Saturday in late No- vember, "Eyes of Texas" focused on Houston's own Chinatown. In an all-too- brief ten-minute segment, television allowed viewers to sample the outward charm of a Chinatown in transition. Chinatown developer BOBO LANG WOO was presented as one man greatly responsible for the coming changes in Chinatown. The camera followed the ubiquitous Woo on his rounds as he speculated on the future of the area just east of down- town. He mentioned that the Convention Center pro- posed to be built nearby by the City of Houston would spur growth in the area. Woo, also featured in a Parade Maga...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

December 16-31, 1981 &] 8# $1 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 Dr. and Mrs. Roland Ng by June Dove Leong ROLAND NG enjoyed playing tennis with PETER KHOO. One day Peter invited Roland home to meet the fam- ily, whereupon Roland discovered that Peter had a most attractive member in his house- hold. Her name was VIVIAN, Peter's sister. Vivian Khoo became Mrs. Roland C. K. Ng in Houston, went to Hawaii for a wedding reception , and that was a short 21 months ago. Roland is from Hono- lulu, Hawaii and went to high school there, after which he entered Dartmouth College. After four years and graduation, he enrol- led at the University of Chicago at the Pri- tzker School of Medi- cine. Upon attainment of his M.D. degree,he accepted a straight medical internship in Los Angeles County at the University of Southern California Medical Center. Upon completion of his in- ternship, a residency in the specialty of internal medicine at St. Louis University Hospital followed. In 1977 , he began...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 December 1981

I I Page 12 ^7 itj Southwest Chinese Journal m WZ'M Philip Huang Rice Owl Band's Wet Set It was October 31st- the "day was dark and dreary. The 200 mem- ber Rice University Marching Owl Band had enacted their Hallow- een performance at half-time during the Rice - Arkansas game costumed as ghosts and goblins to the delight and amusement of the crowd. The overcast sky seemed to have lent authenticity to the players' spooky comedy. Upon their return to the Rice cheering section,the rain pel- ted band members mer- cilessly , drenching the benches,the sheet music , the instruments. Bandleader KEN DYE sympathetically dis- missed members whose rain - soaked playing instruments might be ruined. Brave,unabashed, of the 200 performers,50 band members remained to carry on school spirit . Among them were PHILIP HUANG , VINCENT HU and NATHAN CHAN. In actuality, Nathan who plays a clarinet confessed,"I have an instrument in which the wood is bet- ter off away from the wet weather. But I was enjoy...

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