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Queens Hospitals Ready for Ebola
Though no cases of Ebola have been confirmed in New York City, the potential for the disease’s spread would be significant and disastrous if uncontained. On October 14, Bellevue Hospital announced that it has handled at least 29 cases of suspected Ebola in the past two months, all confirmed to be negative. However, preparations are being ramped up, including the setting up of lab units specifically for dealing...
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Casino Bus Update: Dead Suspect Not Identified
On the evening of October 14, a bus bound from New York’s Chinatown to a casino was the scene of a stabbing where the suspect was ultimately killed by police gunfire while the two victims are in stable condition in the hospital. The following day, Connecticut State Police had trouble identifying the dead suspect, since he carried no identification on his person. As of this printed edition of the World Journal,...
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Casino Bus Stabbing Leads to Police Shooting
On the evening of October 14, an argument aboard a bus carrying passengers on I-95 from New York to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut led to multiple stabbings when a man attacked a woman and another man after an argument. The driver pulled over to the side of the road. Police arrived on the scene and eventually shot and fatally wounded the attacker, while also accidentally hitting the brave passenger who ...
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2014 NYC Worst Landlords Watchlist: 6,800 Buildings An All-Time High

10/17
by New York Reporter Mike Hong /Translated by Jack Chen

More Jobs Than People: A Changing Chinatown Landscape

10/16
by New York Reporter Daisy Li /Translated by Jack Chen

Two Chinese-Americans Among New York City 40 Under 40 Rising Stars

10/16
by New York Reporter Philia Li /Translated by Jack Chen

Jeremy Lin Suffered a Sprained Left Ankle

10/15
by By Derral Chen/Ontario, CA, rewritten by Victor Chang

One Killed, 2 Injured When UCSB Researchers from China Struck by Train

10/15
by By Zi Yuan Gao/Santa Barbara, rewritten by Victor Chang
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Queens Hospitals Ready for Ebola
Though no cases of Ebola have been confirmed in New York City, the potential for the disease’s spread would be significant and disastrous if uncontained. On October 14, Bellevue Hospital announced that it has handled at least 29 cases of suspected Ebola in the past two months, all confirmed to be negative. However, preparations are being ramped up, including the setting up of lab units specifically for dealing...
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Casino Bus Update: Dead Suspect Not Identified
On the evening of October 14, a bus bound from New York’s Chinatown to a casino was the scene of a stabbing where the suspect was ultimately killed by police gunfire while the two victims are in stable condition in the hospital. The following day, Connecticut State Police had trouble identifying the dead suspect, since he carried no identification on his person. As of this printed edition of the World Journal,...
Oct 20, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Casino Bus Stabbing Leads to Police Shooting
On the evening of October 14, an argument aboard a bus carrying passengers on I-95 from New York to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut led to multiple stabbings when a man attacked a woman and another man after an argument. The driver pulled over to the side of the road. Police arrived on the scene and eventually shot and fatally wounded the attacker, while also accidentally hitting the brave passenger who ...
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2014 NYC Worst Landlords Watchlist: 6,800 Buildings An All-Time High

10/17
by New York Reporter Mike Hong /Translated by Jack Chen

More Jobs Than People: A Changing Chinatown Landscape

10/16
by New York Reporter Daisy Li /Translated by Jack Chen

Two Chinese-Americans Among New York City 40 Under 40 Rising Stars

10/16
by New York Reporter Philia Li /Translated by Jack Chen

Lin Chao of UCSD Honored for His Excellence in Teaching

10/15
by By Da Ming Li/San Diego, rewritten by Victor Chang

Middle School Admissions Changes Raise Concerns

10/13
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu /Translated by Jack Chen
Culture and Sports
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Joyce Chen Among USPS Celebrity Chef Honorees
The United States Postal Service is releasing for the first time its ‘Celebrity Chefs Forever Stamps’, which came out on September 26 at Chicago’s Millennium Park. Twenty million of the limited release stamps became available to the public. The five chefs honored with the initial batch of stamps are James Beard, Julia Child, Edna Lewis, Edward Rojas-Lombardi and Joyce Chen. The postal service pointed out that ...
Oct 06, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 7 7 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Young Chinese Ballet Dancer Chengwu Guo to Perform in Los Angeles
Dancer Chengwu Guo (郭承武) will dance in the U.S. West Coast premiere of The Australian Ballet’s “Swan Lake” at The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion October 9-12, 2014, featuring a live orchestra. Guo was born in China. At the age of 11 he joined the Beijing Dance Academy. After he won a scholarship in the 2006 Prix de Lausanne ballet competition he joined The Australian Ballet School aged 17. While at t...
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E-Sport Scholarships Highlight Rapid Growth
Chicago’s Robert Morris University is going to have a new wrinkle this coming school year. It will be offering sports scholarships to a new, growing kind of competitor: computer gamers, in the rapidly rising arena now known as e-sports. Among them will be competitors like Adrian Ma, together with 30 other elite players in the game League of Legends. Not only will RMU be the first to offer such scholarships, wh...
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Mei Lanfang Memorial Tour Performance a Success in New York

08/28
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu /Translated by Jack Chen

Brian Tang Shines in International Carillon Competition

08/27
by By Hong Zhang in Los Angeles, Re-written by Victor Chang

Newly Crowned Youth Olympic Fencing Star from California

08/27
by By Emma Wang/Los Angeles, re-written by Victor Chang

Chuang Wins LA Open for Table Tennis

08/27
by By Derral Chen in Los Angeles, re-written by Jayburt Tsang

Sibling Fencing Standouts

08/21
by New York Reporter Raymond Lao /Trranslated by Jack Chen
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WJ-McDonald’s Education Expo a Treasure Trove of Insight
The World Journal,McDonald’s and Greater New York Chinese Dollars for Scholars worked together to host the McDonald’s Education expo on September 28 at Flushing Town Hall. The expo included representatives from numerous schools, shared experiences from outstanding students, Shuang Wen High School for Language Studies Principal Yan Li and Stuyvesant High School Principal Jie Zhang, and numerous other education ...
Oct 05, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 6 6 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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WW2 CBI Theater Memorial Exhibit in D.C.
A memorial recognizing the contributions of soldiers who fought in the CBI (China-Burma-India) theater of World War II, after its successful reception in Asia, will be in the United States next month. ‘National Memories: U.S. – China Collaboration During World War II’, file photos originated from the United States National Archives and Records Administration, will be on display for one week beginning on Octobe...
Sep 26, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 8 8 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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SEEKING ROC EXPEDITIONARY FORCE VETERANS
‘National Memories: U.S. – China Collaboration During World War II’ commemorating the China-Burma-India Theater will take place for one week beginning October 15 at Washington D.C.’s Woodrow Wilson Center. From 1942 to 1945, a coalition of Allied soldiers fought along China’s back corridors to protect its critical western supply routes, a period of heroic and glorious cooperation and sacrifice. If you have ser...
Sep 26, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 7 7 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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2014 Wealth Management Expo on September 20th

09/05
by New York World Journal Special

Mei Lanfang Memorial Tour Performance a Success in New York

08/28
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu /Translated by Jack Chen

Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion

08/14
by New York Reporter Mike C. Hong /Translated by Jack Chen

Peking Opera Visionary Mei Lanfang Honored with Performance Tour

08/06
by New York reporter Luna Liu /Translated by Jack Chen

Inaugural Flushing Block Party A Warm Success

08/06
by New York Reporter Zhu Lei /Translated by Jack Chen

World Journal Summer Campers Meet Kobe

07/23
by By Yue Zhang in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang
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