AAJA reacts to Rush Limbaugh
Here’s a response from the Asian American Journalists Association’s MediaWatch committee to Rush Limbaugh’s broadcast while Chinese President Hu Jintao was making his first state visit to the United States. We can’t quite believe our ears. Did Rush Limbaugh really resort to mocking a visiting head of state with a “ching-chong” derision that even children...
A Tiger in the Kitchen: Coming to a City Near You
My friend Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan will soon be globe-trotting to promote her memoir, “A Tiger in the Kitchen.” You can preorder it now. And you can talk to her in person (and maybe sample some cuisine!) at one of her upcoming appearances.
Fun With D.C. Street Names →
Bermuda Triangle of Socnets →
See Cynthia Lin in D.C.
The nice folks at Kollaboration D.C. are hosting my friend Cynthia on Wednesday, Jan. 12, for an evening of her songs. (If you want to be ready for a sing-along, you can download her latest CD for as little as 99 cents.)
Join Me for a Poynter Chat
At the invitation of journalism guru and all-around awesome guy Joe Grimm, I’ll be participating in a Poynter.org Q&A at 3 p.m. Eastern tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan. 4). We’ll be tackling questions* about how journalism groups can help you: —> Do you need a mentor? —> Would you like to make a move in your career? —> Are you searching for ways to boost...
A Message for My AAJA Family
Anyone who knows me knows how much the Asian American Journalists Association means to me. Here’s my New Year’s message to our 1,500 members, and anyone can help: You can contribute money, time and expertise. Drop me a line if you’d like to help get 2011 off to a good start!