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  • Japanese students visit CdM Middle School

    Japanese students visit CdM Middle School
    A drumline and cheerleaders welcomed six visiting Japanese exchange students to Corona del Mar Middle School on Friday. An assembly in a packed gymnasium recognized the visitors from Okazaki. The Japanese students are taking their turn in the U.S. after...
  • Visitors turn into hosts

    Visitors turn into hosts
    More than 25 years ago, two Japanese and American war veterans set themselves to closing the gap over the Pacific Ocean — one individual at a time. "What Mr. Wendell Fish and Mr. Masao Kato said to each other was, 'Let us get to know each other...
  • Peirsol goes for gold

    Peirsol goes for gold
    IRVINE — Aaron Peirsol sat in a room that is used by ballerinas and gymnasts. With a straight face, the 6-foot-4 swimmer tried his best to answer questions Monday. He found ways to dance around a couple of them. Peirsol is one of the captains on...
  • Coming all the way back

    Coming all the way back
    IRVINE — Aaron Peirsol was night and day on the first day of the Pan Pacific Championships. He went from being out of contention in the 100-meter backstroke to winning it. What a crazy nine hours for the former Newport Harbor High star. The...
  • CdM gets to know Japanese culture

    CORONA DEL MAR — Everybody inside the Corona del Mar High School gym rose as the National Anthem was played on Friday. But when the Japanese foreign exchange students started to sing John Denver's "Take Me Home," the hundreds of American middle...
  • Orange County home to third-largest Asian American population in U.S.

    Orange County home to third-largest Asian American population in U.S.
    When the Chinese School in Irvine opened in the 1970s as a home for teaching the native language and culture, only 30 students filled a handful of rented classrooms. Now, it has its own campus — bursting with more than 1,200 students. It's a...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: A sushi master at work at Sota

    The Gossiping Gourmet: A sushi master at work at Sota
    Sota Akiyama has had extensive experience at many fine sushi restaurants in California. He began his career at Hapi Sushi in Laguna Beach and eventually started his own private chef company. This was followed by a stretch at Ozumo, training in San...
  • Uniqlo to open first Southern California stores in the fall

    Uniqlo, a popular Japanese apparel retailer often compared to American brand Gap, will open its first stores in Southern California this fall at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles and South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. The company already has more than 1,...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: You'll be won over by Umami Burger

    The Gossiping Gourmet: You'll be won over by Umami Burger
    About five years ago, Adam Fleischman, an unsuccessful screenwriter and owner of a wine bar called BottleRock, decided to open a burger joint. He sold his share in BottleRock and started concocting burgers in his home kitchen. His idea was to try to...
  • Passion for Wintersburg yields book

    Passion for Wintersburg yields book
    If someone asked Mary Urashima a decade ago about the history of the Wintersburg site in Huntington Beach, she probably wouldn't have had much to say. The public affairs consultant and former journalist has plenty to discuss now. She has spent seven...
  • California maps will point to tsunami danger zones

    California officials on Friday announced that they were beginning to draw tsunami flood maps in Huntington Beach, Crescent City and other cities that could be used to restrict development of new buildings in areas along the coast that may be destroyed...
  • City vote allows demolition at Wintersburg site

    Supporters of the Wintersburg site in Huntington Beach will have 18 months to figure out how to preserve its historical structures. The deadline comes with the City Council's decision Monday to approve on a 4-3 vote the much-debated environmental impact...