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In the 90s, ‘cybering’ referred to the non-exchange of bodily fluids kind of sex – internet sex.  Moreover, it involved a connection between individuals across any distance, a rarity in ...

Even as American audiences gush over “Slumdog Millionaire,” some Indians are groaning over what they see as yet another stereotypical foreign depiction of their nation, ...

Pacific Ties is all about the diversity, not Bennetton colors style but more like “hey look at all these cool people you did not know ...

In the social networking world, you probably have a Facebook. And if you’re here reading this, you probably know who we are. So join our ...

We featured Don Nakanisi, director of the Asian American Studies Center last quarter in our feature story: Activism Through Education.  Nakanishi has a great interview ...

“On this day, we gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord.” – Barack Obama, 2009 Presidential Inauguration. ...

Slumdog Millionaire won big last night at the Golden Globes, winning Best Director – Motion Picture (Danny Boyle), Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Original ...

Nashville, Tenn. – City councilman, Eric Crafton wants all government officials to communicate ONLY IN ENGLISH.  No foreign languages allowed.  Reasonable or racist? Tells us ...

Placienta, Calif. – 19 year-old Jeremy Yamaguchi has become the youngest elected official in Orange County.  Yamaguchi is an El Dorato High School grad and ...

Yes, Pacific Ties wants to recruit you.  To be part of a movement, to be involved in your community, to be part of our family.  ...

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