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November 29, 1999 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nancy Weinstein enjoys watching the faces, the expressions, of the Chinese walking through the three-bedroom condominium model she recently decorated in Shanghai. "Most of them have never been in something this luxurious before," Weinstein said, referring to the American traditional interiors she filled with Queen Anne-style furniture and English country prints.
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November 29, 1999 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nancy Weinstein enjoys watching the faces, the expressions, of the Chinese walking through the three-bedroom condominium model she recently decorated in Shanghai. "Most of them have never been in something this luxurious before," Weinstein said, referring to the American traditional interiors she filled with Queen Anne-style furniture and English country prints.
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January 19, 1993 | KATHRYN BOLD
About 150 guests wandered among the treasures at Tiffany & Co. in Costa Mesa on Sunday at a reception presented by the International Visitors and Protocol Foundation of Orange County. The cocktail party was held in honor of the new chief of protocol, Gayle Anderson, and foundation president Dr. Jerrel Richards. The foundation supports the Orange County Office of Protocol, which welcomes dignitaries from foreign countries and promotes international goodwill. Diplomatic Welcome Tiffany & Co.
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June 18, 1992 | KATHRYN BOLD
Guests got a taste of Hungary on Sunday when the board of directors for the International Visitors and Protocol Foundation of Orange County staged a Hungarian dinner. About 100 people, many of them Hungarian, turned up at the Aurora restaurant in Fullerton to enjoy Hungarian music, song and food. The $40-per-person event was held in honor of Andras Marton, the first consul general appointed by Hungary to head its new consulate in Los Angeles.
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July 30, 1992 | KATHRYN BOLD
More than 150 grown-ups played musical chairs, ate snow cones and simply refused to act their ages at Saturday's Big Kids Party at the Newport Beach home of Bob and Martha Fluor. The informal back-yard carnival was the sixth annual fund-raiser for the Children's Museum at La Habra and was staged by the Children's Museum Guild. The $50-per-person event was expected to raise more than $10,000 for the museum.
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February 8, 1993 | Ann Conway
As glittering and glamorous as ballroom galas can be, nothing beats the at-home bash for social intimacy. There, the most personal feelings are exchanged (and heard ). There, guests and celebs can relax. There, the Baccarat and sterling come into play. And so it went for pop diva Dionne Warwick on Friday night when she was honored for her charity work on behalf of AIDS awareness at the San Clemente estate of Phil Ramsden and Alvin Morrison.
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June 30, 1988 | ANN CONWAY
Ask John Marion to highlight his career as an auctioneer for Sotheby's and his eyes dance when he says: "The sale of Vincent van Gogh's 'Irises' last year for $53.9 million." "It was a magic moment in the history of the art market," he added, chatting at the Newport Harbor Art Museum before hammering down $198,000 gross for the museum at its Art Auction '88 on Saturday night. Some would say the Newport Harbor Art Museum had one of its most magical moments when Marion strode through its doors.
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January 29, 1996 | ANN CONWAY
Sue Hsu of Laguna Niguel wasn't taking any chances. She wore a red and gold dress to the "Year of the Rat" New Year celebration on Friday sponsored by the Chinese-American League of the Pacific Symphony. The Chinese believe those colors bring good luck, she explained. "Even when we go to a wedding we wear red or gold--to bring good fortune to the bride and groom."
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