July 2007 Issue
*Editor's Corner/
Over a cup of tea:
The color of women

* Living the "Asian-American" Dream,
by Dr. James Chang, M.D.

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PAG-ASA Medical Missions,
by Heidi M. Pascual

* Musing while mowing: Why advocate?
by Paul Kusuda

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Ping Huang: A pioneer in Chinese-American bicultural education,
by Heidi M. Pascual

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Backstory to Virginia Tech,
by Ken Tanemura

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The hard route to citizenship,
by Laura Salinger

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Dorothy Watson Brar: Observations on science and the human condition,
by Heidi M. Pascual
* When T.V. meets the Net,
by Shang Zuo

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Yoga is for you (3),
by Regina Zamora Cowell

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Tax law changes may affect your charitable contributions,
by Mei-Feng Moe

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The isolation of being different (3),
by Jonathan Gramling

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Thamizh Puthandu,
by Heidi M. Pascual

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Call for Peace Drum & Dance Co. in Puerto Rico,
by Diane Everson

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USPAACC honors Asian American businesses

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Social Security column,
by Karyl Richson
Dr. Gurdip Brar:
Serving science and the community
Ping Huang: A pioneer in Chinese-American bicultural education
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