Meet Tak Toyoshima, Secret Asian Man Creator, in SF March 20-21

Tak Toyoshima, creator of "Secret Asian Man" (http://secretasianman.com), the first nationally syndicated comic strip featuring an Asian American lead character, will be at Dave Lu's Drink for a Cause on Friday, March 20, at Poleng Lounge, 1751 Fulton, San Francisco. Tak's appearance is courtesy of the award-winning newspaper Nichi Bei Times (http://nichibeitimes.com) and "The Many … Continue reading Meet Tak Toyoshima, Secret Asian Man Creator, in SF March 20-21

More Momentum for Judy Chu’s Race for Congress

Dr. Judy Chu today announced the endorsement of her race for Congress by nearly 70 elected officials representing the cities, school districts and water boards of the 32nd District. Chu, now vice chair of the California State Board of Equalization, has declared her intention to run for the 32nd Congressional District seat that will be … Continue reading More Momentum for Judy Chu’s Race for Congress

Filmmaker Wanted for Asian Law Caucus Short Documentary

The Asian Law Caucus is looking for an experienced filmmaker to create a short documentary about the Asian Law Caucus’ history and current work in the community. With the guidance of ALC staff, the ideal candidate will be able to accurately and persuasively portray the Asian Law Caucus’s powerful story through a short film no … Continue reading Filmmaker Wanted for Asian Law Caucus Short Documentary

Ellen Endo New Executive Director of Asian American Journalists Association

The Asian American Journalists Association yesterday announced that former newspaper and television industry professional Ellen Endo will be the organization's new executive director. Endo fills the spot vacated by the departure of Rene Astudillo, who has led AAJA since 1999. “It is indeed an honor to be able to carry on AAJA’s proud history of … Continue reading Ellen Endo New Executive Director of Asian American Journalists Association