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The Asian Reporter
Pacific Northwest News q Volume 24 Number 6 q April 7, 2014 q www.asianreporter.com
Crayon Pop thinks they’ll
mesh well with Lady Gaga
Two Tibetan mastiffs
sell for $3 million
added to Street View
PACK OF CRAYONS. South Korean K-Pop girl group Crayon Pop performs during the Hallyu Dream Concert in Gyeongju, South Korea. The pop newcomers, dressed
in white skirts and helmets, are set to make waves again after Lady Gaga announced the quintet will open for her on her upcoming North American tour. See story on page
5. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)
Asian Reporter Foundation annual awards given April 17
Kakuryu promoted to
sumo’s highest rank
Members of the community are invited
to join in a celebration of Asian culture
and accomplishments at The Asian
Reporter Foundation’s 16th Annual
Scholarship & Awards Banquet. The event
will be held Thursday, April 17 at
northeast Portland’s TAO Event Center.
Attendees are urged to buy their tickets
soon, as the ticket order deadline is
Monday, April 14 at 5:00pm.
Community elders and organizations
will be honored and nearly two dozen
students will receive scholarship awards
at the event. Other features include an
eight-course dinner, cultural entertain-
ment, a silent auction, and gift bags.
The event begins at 5:30pm with a social
hour. The banquet program starts at
6:30pm and a dinner catered by Wong’s
King Seafood Restaurant is served at
6:45pm. Dancing begins at 9:00pm.
Individual banquet tickets, which in-
clude dinner, are $50. Community tables
seating eight people are available for $400
and corporate-sponsored tables are $1,000
This year’s annual celebration is proudly
sponsored by the Portland Development
Comcast, FamilyCare Inc., Fred Meyer,
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University, Port of Portland, Providence
Health & Services, Travel Portland,
United Way of the Columbia-Willamette,
and The Asian Reporter.
For more information, or to buy tickets,
call (503) 283-0595, e-mail <AR
Foundation@asianreporter.com>, or visit
<www.ARFoundation.net>. The TAO
Event Center is located at 631 N.E. Grand
Avenue in Portland, near the Oregon
See page 7 for a ticket order form.
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