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  1. Catamaran: South Asian American Writing, Vol. 2, Fall 2004 by Rajini Srikanth (General Editor), 2004
  2. Asian Americans: A status report by United States. General Accounting Office, 1990-01-01
  3. Department of Education efforts by the Office for Civil Rights to resolve Asian-American complaints : report to the Honorable Dana Rohrabacher, House of Representatives (SuDoc GA 1.13:HEHS-96-23) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1995
  4. Catamaran: South Asian American Writing (Fall 2003-Volume 1) by Rajini Srikanth- General Editor, 2003
  5. Eagle:The Making Of An Asian-American President, Vol. 16: The General by Kaiji Kawaguchi, 2001-06-30
  6. Tobacco use among U.S. racial/ethnic minority groups : African Americans, American Indians, and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, ... the Surgeon General (SuDoc HE 20.7615:R 11) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1998
  7. Major Problems in Asian American History: Documents and Essays (Major Problems in American History Series) by Lon Kurashige, Alice Yang Murray, et all 2002-10-08
  8. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970
  9. The South Asian Americans (The New Americans) by Karen Isaksen Leonard, 1997-10-30
  10. Apolo Anton Ohno (Asian Americans of Achievement) by Rebecca Aldridge, 2009-08-30
  11. Asian American Studies Now: A Critical Reader
  12. Asian American X: An Intersection of Twenty-First Century Asian American Voices
  13. Orientals: Asian Americans in Popular Culture by Robert G. Lee, 1999-10-15
  14. Asian Americans: Opposing Viewpoints (American History Series)

1. Biography Of General Eric K. Shinseki
General Eric K. Shinseki Retired Chief of Staff United States Army. General Shinseki assumed duties as the 34th Chief of Staff, United States Army, on 22 June 1999.
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General Eric K. Shinseki
Retired Chief of Staff
United States Army General Shinseki assumed duties as the 34th Chief of Staff, United States Army, on 22 June 1999. General Shinseki graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1965 with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He also holds a Master of Arts Degree in English Literature from Duke University. General Shinsekis military education includes the Armor Officer Advanced Course, the United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the National War College. Since his commissioning, General Shinseki has served in a variety of command and staff assignments both in the Continental United States and overseas, to include two combat tours with the 9th and 25th Infantry Divisions in the Republic of Vietnam as an Artillery Forward Observer and as Commander of Troop A, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry. He has served in Hawaii at Schofield Barracks with Headquarters, United States Army Hawaii, and Fort Shafter with Headquarters, United States Army Pacific. He has taught at the United States Military Academys Department of English. During duty with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Bliss, Texas, he served as the Regimental Adjutant and as the Executive Officer of its 1st Squadron.

2. Mixed Media Watch
JC CVK Well it took awhile but we finally finished our big move. Check us out 25 September 2006 AsianAmerican, General ‡ Comments (0)
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3. Institute For Asian American Studies - General Publications
General Publications. For mail orders, please add $1.00 shipping and handling per item. For large orders, please call to discuss postage costs. Selected publications are available for
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For mail orders, please add $1.00 shipping and handling per item. For large orders, please call to discuss postage costs. Selected publications are available for download at no charge. Note: Due to the size of some documents, you may have trouble viewing the PDF files in your browser. If this occurs, please try saving the files to your computer instead: (right-click on the link and select 'Save Link (or Target) As...' or 'Download Linked File'. Asian Adoptees and Post-Adoption Services in Massachusetts: Data from Providers and Reflections from Adult Adoptees
Nathan Kupel The report documents and assesses post-adoption services and programs available to Asian adoptees in Massachusetts and presents recommendations for improving and expanding them.

4. Portland Trail Blazers Name Rich Cho General Manager | Yardbarker.com
Thunder Rich Cho, assistant general manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder, has been hired as the GM of the Portland Trail Blazers, becoming the first AsianAmerican general manager
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5. Rich Cho Becomes The First Asian American General Manager In NBA History/ P-Blaz
Rich Cho Becomes The First Asian American General Manager In NBA History/ PBlazers NBA Forum
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Exclusively for AsianAmerican general counsels (who meet certain membership criteria), the NAPABA General Counsel Forum will serve as a safe haven where GCs faced with
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7. Meet Rich Cho, Portland's Newest General Manager | Hyphen Magazine - Asian Ameri
Last month, Rich Cho of the Portland Trail Blazers became the first Asian American General Manager in the NBA. Rich kindly took time from his busy wor
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Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics
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    Submitted by Victoria Yue on September 7, 2010 - 6:29am Email this page Last month, Rich Cho of the Portland Trail Blazers became the first Asian American General Manager in the NBA. Rich kindly took time from his busy work schedule to talk candidly to Hyphen about his passion for sports, his love of sushi and the three things he’d bring with him on a desert island. I understand that you and your parents emigrated from Burma, now called Myanmar, when you were very young. How has that experience shaped your career path or work ethic? We came from Burma in 1968 when I was three years old. The first time I went back was six years ago, and it really made me feel even more grateful to have the opportunity to be educated and grow up in the States. Growing up, we didn’t have a lot of resources, and we struggled quite a bit. We were on food stamps for a long time, welfare. My dad worked the graveyard shift at 7-Eleven and my mom worked in a library and took an hour-long bus ride into work every day. Coming from a humble background made me not only hungry to succeed, but I also wanted to make my parents proud. So I did some research on you, and learned that you have an engineering degree from Washington State University. Since engineer ranks right up on the top there with doctor and lawyer, how did your parents react when you decided to pursue a career in the sports world?

8. Movies At Mixed Media Watch
Posted 1/6/2005 AsianAmerican, General, Interracial Relationships, Issues, Media Representations, Movies ‡ Comments (0)
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Touch of Pink: just another interracial romance
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Relish Now reviews Touch of Pink, a film that comes out on DVD next week.
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Props to Greg Pak! The Asian Pop columnists at SFGate.com gave him a shout-out in their “Best, the Worst and the Most Overlooked of 2004” wrap-up. Needless to say, Greg’s in the “best” category:
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    9. Literature & Fiction >> World Literature >> United States >> Asian American >> G
    List of Literature Fiction World Literature United States Asian American General Books on PaperBack Swap.
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    10. U.S. Virgin Islands State Page
    Specific Populations (General Resources, U.S.V.I. Resources, African American, Hispanic, Asian American,) General Resources
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    11. Category:Asian Americans In The United States Military - Wikipedia, The Free Enc
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    12. MCCA - Home Page
    In 2006, the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) embarked on its ambitious “10x10 Initiative,” with the goal of having 10 Asian American general counsel in
    http://www.mcca.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.viewPage&pageId=1581

    13. MCCA - Home Page
    Minority Corporate Counsel Association Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling Asian American General Counsel Rise in the Legal Ranks
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    14. New America Media: Sports
    Meet Rich Cho, the First AsianAmerican GM in the NBA. Last month, Rich Cho of the Portland Trail Blazers became the first Asian American general…
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    Browse by: African African American Asian Caribbean European Indigenous Intersections Latino Middle Eastern Multi-ethnic South Asian Today is: Nov 14, 2010

    15. Women In The U.S. Army
    The firstever woman general officer in the Judge Advocate General Corps. Brigadier General Pietsch was also the first woman Asian-American general officer in the U.S. Army.
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    Brig. Gen. Colleen L. McGuire
    Brig. Gen. Colleen L. McGuire assumed responsibility as the first woman provost marshal general of the Army and also took command of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command in January 2010. During nearly 30 years of active service, she has been assigned in key command and staff billets from platoon level to the Army staff. First woman becomes Army provost marshal general
    Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King
    On Sept. 22, 2009, Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King became the first female commandant of the Drill Sergeant School at Fort Jackson, S.C. King said it is important to note that a hard worker will shine, regardless of gender. First female commandant takes reins at Drill Sergeant School
    Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody
    Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody became the first female four-star general in military history and also became the first female to lead a major Army command Nov. 14, 2008. On that date she was promoted in a Pentagon ceremony and later that day she took command of Army Materiel Command headquartered on Fort Belvoir, Va. Approximately five percent of general officers in the Army are women, which includes mobilized Army Reserve and Army National Guard general officers. Download PDF Profile Army promotes first woman to four-star general "White House Nominates First Female for Fourth Star"
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    States; and Brig. Gen. Coral Wong Pietsch (Retired), first female general in the Army’s Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps and the Army’s first female AsianAmerican general.
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    17. Behavior OnLine Forums - View Profile: Asian-American
    Find all posts by AsianAmerican; Find all threads started by Asian-American; General Information. Last Activity May 8th, 2005 1235 AM; Join Date May 7th, 2005
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    18. The First Asian Americans : Asian-Nation :: Asian American History, Demographics
    Article about the first Asians in America and early period of Asian American history, including the Gold Rush in California, the Transcontinental Railroad, antiAsian movement, the
    http://www.asian-nation.org/first.shtml

    19. Army Remembers Women JAG Pioneers With Exhibit
    Pietsch, herself, is highlighted for being the first female JAG general officer and the first female AsianAmerican general officer. I am truly honored to be here today representing
    http://www.penfed.org/usawoa/WOHERITAGE/Female JAG exhibit-1Feb05.pdf

    20. Free Books > Literature & Fiction > World Literature > United States > Asian Ame
    Free Books Literature Fiction World Literature United States Asian American General The Tale Of Genji
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