“I’m an American, there’s no reason why I can’t serve,” Kalsi, 32, said.
“ReWA has always delivered services close to the communities we serve,” said Someireh Amirfaiz, executive director of ReWA.
“I thought I was going to die there,” Melissa Roxas said as she recounts her ordeal.
The Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) awarded the 2009 JACL Mike M. Masaoka Fellowship to Scott Sakakihara. He has started working in the Washington, D.C. office of Congresswoman Mazie Hirono (D–HI). Sakakihara graduated from Harvard Law School in 2008. ♦
“We think we can be partners with India in its growth going forward, but that depends on India’s policies and its continued reform process,” said Karan Bhatia, GE’s vice president for international law and policy and former deputy U.S. trade representative for Asia.
The communists claim it was a murder by a rival group. They are demanding the authorities quickly arrest those involved.
The newspaper report gives no details on the “hostile forces.”
To the Editor: The article “Vietnamese man moves into his American Dream — and it has a garage” (printed on June 26, in issue 24) came to my attention.
To the Editor: I am sorry to say that I was very disappointed in the movie review, “Deadly balloons, the subject of documentary that sheds new light on WWII,” in the June 13 issue. Just look again at that last paragraph. What bad writing! And unfortunately, the writing is only slightly worse than the substance […]
The University of Washington is feeling the economic crunch. What it’s doing to cope is not garnering many fans …