Chinese community disappoints at immigration reform ruling

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The Chinese community in San Francisco is disappointed at the Supreme Court’s ruling on President Obama’s immigration reform…

Bay Area first Dunkin’ Donuts attracts large crowd

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Dunkin’ Donuts made its official Bay Area introduction Wednesday with the grand opening of a Walnut Creek location…

WSJ: No major changes in next iPhone this fall

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Apple will not be making substantial changes to the next genration of the iPhone, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal…

SF police seeks stabbing suspect

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San Francisco police are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect in a stabbing attack…

Dory’s turn to swim into the spotlight

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Dory’s inability to form short term memory feels like a disability which trips Director Andrew Stanton whenever jokes are cracked around it to the point that awkwardness makes its way to the surface…

Palo Alto teacher arrested for alleged child molestation

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A high school biology teacher suspected of sex crimes against a 15-year-old student was arrested in Palo Alto…

SF Asian Art Museum showcases “Emperors’ Treasures”

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Besides the priceless “Meat-shaped stone,” the exhibition also boasts some 180 pieces of art in the form of calligraphy, garments, porcelain, bronze, jade, sculpture and gold…

‘Net neutrality’ rules for fair internet access win in court

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A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the government’s “net neutrality” rules, preserving regulations…

“The Conjuring 2″ teases, scares and cares, masterfully

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Since the groundbreaking horror movie “Saw” from twelve years ago, Malaysian Chinese James Wan’s main focus is on making horror movies until last year’s “Furious 7″ that shows his versatility…