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    A Message to CNN's Jeanne Moos: Pacific Peoples Don't 'Rub Noses' for Fun

    Apr 21, 2014

    Jean Melesaine

    A young Pacific Islander from the Bay Area wrote a letter to CNN correspondent Jeanne Moos after she produced an ignorant TV commentary about Prince William's recent visit to New Zealand and the Maori ceremony that welcomed him.
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    A Message to CNN's Jeanne Moos: Pacific Peoples Don't 'Rub Noses' for Fun

    Apr 21, 2014

    Jean Melesaine

    A young Pacific Islander from the Bay Area wrote a letter to CNN correspondent Jeanne Moos after she produced an ignorant TV commentary about Prince William's recent visit to New Zealand and the Maori ceremony that welcomed him.
    Continue to Silicon Valley De-Bug
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    Growing Up Muslim

    Apr 10, 2014

    Peter Schurmann

    There are a quarter million Muslims living in the Bay Area, and nearly half of them are under the age of 35. Many describe an intense personal and spiritual struggle as they look to reconcile their faith with American society. These young Muslims are the face of American Islam in the 21st century, and yet their stories are rarely heard.
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    Growing Up Muslim

    Apr 10, 2014

    Peter Schurmann

    There are a quarter million Muslims living in the Bay Area, and nearly half of them are under the age of 35. Many describe an intense personal and spiritual struggle as they look to reconcile their faith with American society. These young Muslims are the face of American Islam in the 21st century, and yet their stories are rarely heard.
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    Cambodian-American Youth Reviving Lost Art of Khmer Dance

    Apr 03, 2014

    Vivian Gatica

    Emily Ngov’s grandmother had always liked watching the little girls perform Cambodian dances and wanted her granddaughter to do the same. In just second grade, Ngov began learning about her Khmer culture through dance.
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    Cambodian-American Youth Reviving Lost Art of Khmer Dance

    Apr 03, 2014

    Vivian Gatica

    Emily Ngov’s grandmother had always liked watching the little girls perform Cambodian dances and wanted her granddaughter to do the same. In just second grade, Ngov began learning about her Khmer culture through dance.
    Continue to Long Beach Voicewaves