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Archive for August, 2008

DNC Comes to Denver

Asian Americans getting involved in the political race.
From August 25-28, downtown Denver will be bustling with a projected 50,000 visitors from across the nation taking part in one of the hottest elections in decades. According to the City of Denver, the Democratic National Convention will be the largest event in Denver’s history, with approximately 1,500 [...]

Reflexology: Charting a Course of Good Health

Throughout history, health practices similar to modern reflexology have appeared, been lost and rediscovered, time and again, in various cultures around the globe. Today’s practitioners of reflexology generally follow a version of the art that arose in China around 2750 BC, and was transplanted into Japanese culture in 670 AD. The main claim of reflexology [...]

Cultural Clashes: Asian Parents and Bicultural Children

Are you an immigrant parent struggling to raise your children in the United States? If so, you are not alone. More than half of the parents of Asian American students today were not born in the United States. It is likely that many of you immigrated here in hopes of giving your children a better [...]

Maximize International Trade with South Korea

South Korea is strategically located in the heart of Northeast Asia and is the 13th largest economy in the world. The U.S. has had a long history of successful trade with Korea and opportunities are continuing to increase due to this country’s sophisticated consumer markets and high-tech industry focus. According to the U.S. Department of [...]

Waves of Change: Yoshitoshi’s Mirror of Famous Generals

One of the most widely recognized Japanese woodblock print artists of the nineteenth century is Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (1839-1892). His life spanned a period of incredible change in Japanese history, one that introduced Japan to the modern era after more than two hundred years of isolation. He produced his first publicly available print in the same [...]

Chinese Idioms and Calligraphy

Everything Is Ready Except the East Wind

“East wind” here refers to an important condition or opportunity.

Cao Cao of Wei led an army 200,000 strong and intended to destroy Liu Bei of Shu and Quan of Wu at Chibi on the southern bank of the Changjiang River to unite the whole country. Liu Bei then had [...]

L&L Hawaiian Barbecue

Aloha! Welcome to L&L, a Hawaiian restaurant located by Aurora Mall. The four-year-old storefront restaurant is a franchise that originated in Hawaii and has expanded to 175 locations across the mainland United States. There are currently two L&Ls in Colorado; the other is in Colorado Springs.

Korea House

10293 E Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80247
Tel: 303.696.0011
HOURS 11am - 11pm, 7 days a week

Korea House has been serving authentic Korean cuisine, including the popular Korean BBQ at its built-in table grills, for five years. It’s located in an unassuming strip mall on Iliff off South Parker Road and Havana, at the gateway to what’s [...]

Adopting Kari Grady Grossman

Bones That Flloat: A Story of Adopting Cambodia sets out to tell the story of Kari Grossman and her husband George, an American couple who, frustrated by their own reproductive limits, begin a journey into the wide and seemingly pointed universe to adopt a needy Cambodian boy living in a Phnom Pen orphanage. It is [...]

Hmong Colorado Radio Celebrates Fifth Year

Hmong Colorado Radio held its fifth Annual Summer Festival June 28-29 at Squires Park in Westminster. The event promotes active lifestyles and brings the Hmong community together in the spirit of competition, as well as to share their culture with the greater community.
The festival kicked off with speeches from dignitaries including Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally, [...]