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May 29, 1990 | DANICA KIRKA
Foreign visitors to Irvine ask the darndest things. Stella Cardoza knows. As the city employee in charge of protocol, Cardoza's job is to make visitors feel at ease. But sometimes she is asked things that make her feel downright on edge. Take the delegation from West Germany. While they were being entertained in an upstairs conference room with a commanding view of Irvine on three sides, they gazed out over miles of expensive Orange County real estate.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 29, 1990 | DANICA KIRKA
Foreign visitors to Irvine ask the darndest things. Stella Cardoza knows. As the city employee in charge of protocol, Cardoza's job is to make visitors feel at ease. But sometimes she is asked things that make her feel downright on edge. Take the delegation from West Germany. While they were being entertained in an upstairs conference room with a commanding view of Irvine on three sides, they gazed out over miles of expensive Orange County real estate.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1989 | LEN HALL
Mayor Larry Agran headed a five-member Irvine delegation that left for Hermosillo, Mexico, Wednesday to investigate the possibility of setting up a sister city relationship. The Irvine group planned to spend five days talking with officials of Hermosillo, a city of about 600,000 that is the capital of the Mexican state of Sonora.
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November 9, 1995 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
It was like a debutante ball that never happened. That's how officials say they feel about the cancellation of Urban Frontier-Tokyo '96, an international exposition that was to include Irvine in its Cities of the World pavilion. Irvine was the tiniest and least known of the invited guests on a list that included New York, Vienna, Barcelona, Istanbul, Prague and Cairo. The expo, to have run for seven months next year in Tokyo, was canceled by the city's new governor after he took office recently.
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April 5, 1993 | TOM McQUEENEY
The city will host an international sister-city conference in June linking representatives from 30 countries interested in solving mutual problems. The three-day conference, funded by the International Sister Cities Foundation through a Japanese government grant, will create a three-year, trilateral exchange program involving sister cities in Japan, the United States and a third country, said Stella Cardoza, Irvine's sister-city coordinator.
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June 9, 1996 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The challenge was for students throughout Orange County to devise a program to improve safety in their communities, and in 10 minutes, persuade a mock city council and mayor to fund their program. Sixty students participated in the second annual Hitachi Community Safety Ambassador Scholarship contest, six were finalists, and Saturday morning, a panel of community judges awarded the $5,000 prize to Sunny Hills High School student Rachi Rachel Shih.
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