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March 27, 1995
Regarding the article, "In Defense of the 'All-American Girl' " (Counterpunch, March 20), we wholeheartedly support Executive Producer Gary Jacobs and the cast of the show. We'd like to add that organizations such as the Media Action Network for Asian Americans--a grass-roots group that awarded Margaret Cho and the show an achievement award--and the Asian American Players Guide have not only publicly supported the show but are also engaged in a postcard/letter-writing campaign to persuade ABC to renew the program for a second season.
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January 23, 1997 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A dinner with George Takei of "Star Trek" fame has yielded a pledge of $1 million to East West Players from a 28-year-old Malaysian entrepreneur who has never seen an East West production. The pledge is one of the largest ever made by an individual to one of Los Angeles' smaller theater companies. The surprise benefactor's name, Vinod Sekhar, will go on the Little Tokyo building that contains East West's new theater, for which construction has just begun.
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February 23, 1995 | CHING-CHING NI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bare-chested in their Levi's and clutching the American flag, these guys look as glamorous as Calvin Klein Obsession models yet as down-to-earth as Bruce Springsteen's rock 'n' roll band. You might have never guessed, but these heartthrobs are young Asian American actors. And they have taken off their shirts to shed the stereotype that Asian men are sexless nerds. Their platform? A new line of greeting cards featuring five hot-blooded Asian hunks.
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