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March 26, 1997 | SOLOMON MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. and China relations have long stumbled over human rights, trade and arms reduction. Add to that list of differences, the Boy Scouts of America. Hoping to someday end China's decades-old ban on Scouting, a group of San Fernando and San Gabriel valley Scouts are heading eastward today to show educators in four of China's largest cities what U.S. Scouts do, including such activities as Native American dances and flag salute ceremonies.
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March 26, 1992 | ANDY YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Andy Yoon is a junior at Sunny Hills High School, where he is a page editor for Accolade, the student newspaper
A five-member academic team from Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton recently took part in a eight-day trip to Singapore. The trip, sponsored by Singapore Airlines and administered by the Los Angeles Times in Education Program, also included teams of students from Ayala High in Chino Hills, Carlsbad High, California Academy of Math and Science in Carson and Harvard-Westlake in Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
December 4, 2007 | Don Lee, Times Staff Writer
If you're in Alhambra and ask Shawn Chen what his job is, the 46-year-old Chinese American will probably tell you he runs a 60-room Best Western next to a drugstore and a burger stand on Main Street. But if you pose the same question standing here in China's central Henan province, Chen will say he's building one of this nation's fastest-growing universities on about 400 acres -- almost twice the size of the main USC campus.
SPORTS
March 13, 2001 | T.J. SIMERS
When my daughter got engaged recently to a grocery store bagger, I didn't make a fuss because they hadn't actually set a date to get married, so I figured he still might go away. But ever since he gave her a ring--she thinks it's a diamond--she can't go anywhere without him tagging along. I know he's probably overdue with his last payment and just trying to protect his investment, but it's not like Wal-Mart is going to come along and just rip the ring off her finger. I tried, it doesn't budge.
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