Her hands were gripped tightly in her lap, and her heart raced underneath a tan sweater. The Orange County jail system, home to about 6, detainees, is dominated by low-income, poorly educated and violence-prone individuals. Born in Fountain Valley to strict Chinese immigrants, he grew up shy in an upper-middle-class Irvine neighborhood bordering a scenic lake.
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Rain or shine Mr. Hu rides his bike to work as a participant in our job training program. Biking is his main mode of transportation that is cost effective and keeps him physically fit.
The American Graffiti days are over, so I spent two years conducting research in Orange County, California and studied the newest form of car culture: import car racing. Predominantly involving Asian American youths, import racing officially made its mark in It is different than the Chicano lowriding or Anglo muscle car traditions.
The government of Mao Zedong deemed his family capitalists and imprisoned his father. So when Mr. Li moved to California inhe felt he had found his American dream.
In a county where the vast majority of Asian American elected representatives are Republicans, Kalvoda was referring specifically about progressive Asian leaders. Her audience, Thursday night in Fountain Valley, was already on board. The group was there to cheer the official launch of Asian Americans Rising, a new political action committee designed to recruit and support progressive Asian American candidates as well as non-Asians who support the community. The new PAC is launching at a time when Asian American voters in Orange County continue a shift from being reliably Republican to an increasingly blue voting bloc.
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