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May 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush paid tribute on Monday to the nearly 4 million Americans of Asian and Pacific ancestry, saying they enrich the nation and have a "soaring love of freedom." He proclaimed Asian-Pacific-American Heritage Week at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden, where he also announced his nomination of Julia Chang Bloch, of Chinese ancestry, to be ambassador to Nepal and Kyo Jhin, a Korean-American, to be chief counsel for advocacy in the Small Business Administration. The President said that while he was the U.S. envoy to China in 1975, he and his wife, Barbara, saw that the center of Asian values is the family.
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May 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush paid tribute on Monday to the nearly 4 million Americans of Asian and Pacific ancestry, saying they enrich the nation and have a "soaring love of freedom." He proclaimed Asian-Pacific-American Heritage Week at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden, where he also announced his nomination of Julia Chang Bloch, of Chinese ancestry, to be ambassador to Nepal and Kyo Jhin, a Korean-American, to be chief counsel for advocacy in the Small Business Administration. The President said that while he was the U.S. envoy to China in 1975, he and his wife, Barbara, saw that the center of Asian values is the family.
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May 8, 1989 | From United Press International
President Bush proclaimed Asian-Pacific American Week today and announced plans to nominate two Asian-Americans to his Administration. At a Rose Garden ceremony attended by several hundred Asian-Americans, Bush said he would nominate Julia Chang Bloch as U.S. ambassador to Nepal and Kyo Ryoon Jhin as chief counsel for advocacy at the Small Business Administration. Bloch, born in Chefoo, China, is a 1964 graduate of the University of California. As U.S. ambassador to Nepal, she would replace Milton Frank.
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May 8, 1989 | From United Press International
President Bush proclaimed Asian-Pacific American Week today and announced plans to nominate two Asian-Americans to his Administration. At a Rose Garden ceremony attended by several hundred Asian-Americans, Bush said he would nominate Julia Chang Bloch as U.S. ambassador to Nepal and Kyo Ryoon Jhin as chief counsel for advocacy at the Small Business Administration. Bloch, born in Chefoo, China, is a 1964 graduate of the University of California. As U.S. ambassador to Nepal, she would replace Milton Frank.
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October 25, 1989 | From Times wire services
Nepal has been alloted a quota worth $350 million in exports of cotton trousers, shirts, blouses and skirts to the United States over the next three years under an agreement signed today between the two countries. The memorandum of understanding was signed by new U.S. Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and Nepal Commerce Secretary Damodar Gautam, the U.S. Embassy announced.
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June 29, 1998 | HENRY CHU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In November, during a speech at Harvard University, Chinese President Jiang Zemin drew chuckles when he talked about what he had learned to that point on his whistle-stop tour of the United States. "I have gotten a more specific understanding of American democracy--more specific than I've learned from books.
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