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Southern Californian South Asians Gauge Impact of Tsunami

India Journal, News Report, Indulata Prasad, Jan 07, 2005

South Asians in Southern California are desperately trying to establish contact with loved ones in tsunami-afflicted areas.

By Refusing Tsunami Aid, India Made Me Proud

Pacific News Service, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Jan 07, 2005

When India refused aid from foreign governments, some called the move foolish and arrogant. But one Indian-American writer was filled with pride.


Ethnic Media at Forefront of Tsunami Relief Efforts

Pacific News Service, News Feature, Pueng Vongs and Sandip Roy, Jan 06, 2005

U.S. ethnic news media have done more than deliver tsunami news to immigrant audiences concerned about loved ones. Many are raising funds, tracking aid shipments and more.

Disaster Strikes East African Nations

NNPA, News Report, Rashard Zanders, Jan 05, 2005

Dozens of people were killed when the tail end of the tsunamis slammed into coastal areas of Somalia, Kenya and Tanzania.

Filipino Foundation Breaks with Tradition, Offers Tsunami Relief

Philippine News, News Report, Staff, Jan 05, 2005

The Philippine American Foundation made an exception to its traditional focus on Philippine development, providing aid to neighboring areas devastated by the tsumani.

Latin America Abuzz Over 'Seaquake'

Pacific News Service, News Feature, Marcelo Ballve, Jan 04, 2005

Latin American nations and media are showing their own unique style, analysis and response to the Asian tsunami.


After the Tsunami, Childhood Dreams of the Sea Hold Wisdom

Pacific News Service, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jan 04, 2005

A Vietnamese-American writer used to think his recurring childhood nightmare of giant waves was a metaphor for wartime Vietnam. Now he's not so sure.

South Asian Americans Confront Tsunami with Faith and Fundraisers

India West, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Dec 30, 2004

As the impact of the tsunami became clear, South Asian communities in the U.S. have sprung into action, many of them going beyond their roles in celebrating cultural events.


Beyond the Tsunami, Aid Money From Rich Nations Falls Short

Pacific News Service, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Dec 30, 2004

Though their response to the tsunami disaster has been admirable, wealthy nations have fallen behind in efforts to help fight the ongoing crisis of poverty in the developing world.

Tsunami Shouldn't Make Us Forget Other Victims of Recent Calamities

Philippine News, Dec. 29, 2004, Commentary, Rodel Rodis, Dec 30, 2004

The horrific tsunami in the Indian Ocean will understandably draw attention away from the victims of two recent deadly typhoons in the Philippines. Relief aid should continue, not flag for those victims, writes a Philippine News columnist.

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