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CORRECTION: In the last issue of Eastern Wind, a mistake was made during lay-out in the order of paragraphs on page 7 of the article, "After Vietnam: The Future of Southeast Asia." Correctly, the 3rd paragraph should be read first; the fourth, second; the 1st 3rd,; and the 2nd, 4th. Eastern Wind regrets this mistake.

CREDIT: The picture on the front cover of the July-August issue was take by Corky Lee.


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Calendar of events 


Everyone is invited to input any Asian activities to Eastern Wind's Calendar of Events. Please call GEORGE GUILLERMO at 981-3459 or 2547 between 7 A.M.-P.M. Or, contact ELAINE DOONG at 723-2296 between 7 P.M. - 10 P.M. 

Thursday, Sept. 4 6:00 P.M.
Review and Discussion of By-Laws and constitution of the ASIAN AMERICAN FEDERAL EMPLOYEES CAUCUS (AAFEC) will be chaired by BROWN-BOG DENNER. If you plan to attend this meeting contact FRANKLIN CHOW (0) 634-6040.

Sunday, Sept. 7th and 21st 10:00 A.M. 
An EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SUBCOMMITTEE meeting is opened to the public. Contact ALICIA CULUMNA 634-6900 for more information.

Wednesday, Sept. 10th 6:30 P.M.

Sept. 12 to Sept. 14
A three day arts and crafts exhibition will be sponsored by the KOREAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION at UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND STUDENT UNION BALL ROOM. KOREAN arts and crafts will be shown during the day.
Evening highlights include as follows:
13th  7:30 P.M. KOREAN DRAMA
14th  7:30 P.M. DANCE
The admission for this event has not been decided. For more information call 422-8949 or 577-9098

Sept. 13-14
THE ASIAN YOUTH OF WASHINGTON, D.C. is sponsoring a lodging trip in VIRGINIA. The cost is about $3.00, for more information contact BARBARA 926-2356.

Sept. 19 Friday
THE CHINESE ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA (CACUA) is sponsoring a moonlight cruise party from 8:00 P.M. to 12:00 P.M. Boat leaves PIER at 9:00 P.M. at Wilson Boat line, 6th & WATER STREET S.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. Cost is $4.50 per person. First come, First serve, send checks (payable to CACUA) along with your name, address, & phone number to: CACUA: P.O. BOX 1224 THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20064.

Wednesday, Oct. 1, 12 P.M.
A training subcommittee meeting of AAFEC. Contact GWEN WONG 523-6625.

Oct. 4 and 5, Sat. - Sun.
"FRIENDSHIP THROUGH UNDERSTANDING" is the joint committee for events on the occasion of the 26th Anniversary of the U.S. - CHINA PEOPLE FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION'S (A unionization of U.S.-China and the Ad Hoc Community of Washington) slogan for their fair. Everyone is welcomed to participate in the 26th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA. For more information call CHEN FONG CHAO at 727-2311 or 546-4091.

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