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Nancy Tong to Become Brooklyn’s First Chinese District Leader
Bensonhurst, a relatively recent enclave of Chinese immigration that serves as one of Brooklyn’s versions of Manhattan Chinatown or Flushing Queens, is proudly welcoming the election bid of one of its own. On July 20th, Bensonhurst State Assembly representative William Colton, City Councilman Mark Treyger and other Democrat leaders gathered at the United Progressive Democratic Club to support the District 47 S...
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Nine-Man Volleyball Tournament A Blend of Tradition and Future
“Nine-man volleyball was actually born in Holyoke, Massachusetts, where American professors brought it to China, and Chinese immigrants brought it back to North America,” said 79 year-old Mr. Zhu, who on July 20th shared his knowledge of the history of the game with onlookers at the 27th annual North America Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament, which featured more than 1,000 players on 86 teams. The yea...
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Flushing ‘Pain Doctor’ Convicted on 198 Counts, Including Manslaughter
A Flushing anesthesiologist faces up to 30 years in prison after being convicted of 198 counts of criminal misconduct in giving wrongful prescriptions to his patients, including two counts of manslaughter, believed to the first in state history for prescribing. Stan Li, who operated out of the Medical Pain Management center in Flushing that he opened, was convicted on July 18 after a four-month marathon trial....
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Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran was sentenced Monday to 21 months

07/23
by By Joy Luo in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang

The Late King of Pop Remembered by the World

07/23
by By Hong Zhang (張宏) in Los Angeles Rewritten by Victor Chang

Pianist Yuja Wang Lauded by Music Critic

07/23
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Kinder Than Solitude: A New Book by Yiyun Li

07/23
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Chinese Students Favor Early Decision College Admissions

07/23
by By Xu Ding (丁曙) in South Pasadena Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

World Journal Summer Campers Meet Kobe

07/23
by By Yue Zhang in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang
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Nancy Tong to Become Brooklyn’s First Chinese District Leader
Bensonhurst, a relatively recent enclave of Chinese immigration that serves as one of Brooklyn’s versions of Manhattan Chinatown or Flushing Queens, is proudly welcoming the election bid of one of its own. On July 20th, Bensonhurst State Assembly representative William Colton, City Councilman Mark Treyger and other Democrat leaders gathered at the United Progressive Democratic Club to support the District 47 S...
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Flushing ‘Pain Doctor’ Convicted on 198 Counts, Including Manslaughter
A Flushing anesthesiologist faces up to 30 years in prison after being convicted of 198 counts of criminal misconduct in giving wrongful prescriptions to his patients, including two counts of manslaughter, believed to the first in state history for prescribing. Stan Li, who operated out of the Medical Pain Management center in Flushing that he opened, was convicted on July 18 after a four-month marathon trial....
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Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran was sentenced Monday to 21 months
Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran was sentenced Monday to 21 months in federal prison for witness tampering to resolve a bribery and extortion case involving a real estate developer. The case stems from a deal in which Tran accepted a $38,000 bribe for helping a Rosemead real estate developer obtain permits to construct an office building, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles. In a...
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Surgical Treatment for Epilepsy Patients

07/23
by By Stephanie Wu in Los Angeles Re-written b y Victor Chang

Pianist Yuja Wang Lauded by Music Critic

07/23
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Kinder Than Solitude: A New Book by Yiyun Li

07/23
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Chinese Students Favor Early Decision College Admissions

07/23
by By Xu Ding (丁曙) in South Pasadena Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

World Journal Summer Campers Meet Kobe

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

Student Saved a Year in University by Going to Community College

07/23
by By Xu Ding (丁曙) in Los Angeles Rewritten by Jayburt Tsang
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Nine-Man Volleyball Tournament A Blend of Tradition and Future
“Nine-man volleyball was actually born in Holyoke, Massachusetts, where American professors brought it to China, and Chinese immigrants brought it back to North America,” said 79 year-old Mr. Zhu, who on July 20th shared his knowledge of the history of the game with onlookers at the 27th annual North America Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament, which featured more than 1,000 players on 86 teams. The yea...
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The Late King of Pop Remembered by the World
It has been five years since Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, passed away. Michael Jackson's sudden death rocked the whole world. A day doesn't go by that people don't think about Michael and the joy and entertainment he brought to the world. New music from him is still being released to this day! There were 30 dozens of roses presented to Michael’s tomb in Glendale by a club of his fans in China on the fifth...
Jul 23, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 5 5 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Marc Yu and OC Youth Symphony Orchestra
On Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 8:00 PM, Marc Yu performed on the piano with the Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert hall in Costa Mesa, California. Yu played the first movement of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1. The concert was sponsored by the Orange County Philharmonic Society. The program also included Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in D minor, a great piece of work ...
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Search for Ancestor Follows Global Trail

07/18
by New York Reporter Luna Liu /Translated by Jack Chen

San Diego Padres Reportedly Interview Kim Ng for GM Position

07/16
by By Da Ming Li in San Diego Rewritten by Victor Chang

Wenzhang Tao Crowned at U.S. Table Tennis Open

07/16
by By Derral Chen in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

San Francisco State appoints Luoluo Hong as new VP for Student Affairs

07/02
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Chinese Immersion Program Saves Broadway Elementary School

07/02
by By Victor Chang in Los Angeles World Journal Tribune

Chinese Mottos and Poems Take Over in Tattoos

07/02
by By Qige Dai (啟鉻), Los Angeles Rewritten By Victor Chang
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Greater New York Dollars for Scholars Program Selects Young Scholarship Recipients
The Greater New York Chinese Dollars for Scholars Program, a part of the Scholarship America initiative, announced its eight scholarship reward recipients on the evening of July 11 at Flushing’s Sheraton Hotel. World Journal President James Yang was on hand to present the paper’s $50,000 contribution to this year’s scholarship fund, which was warmly accepted by Greater NY Dollars for Scholars President Tina Le...
Jul 17, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 29 29 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Forensics Legend Henry Lee Runs Summer CSI Program
In conjunction with the World Journal and the United Daily News, the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at New Haven University hosted a summer crime scene investigation (CSI) camp in July for 27 students of Chinese ancestry. Aged 14 through 25, the campers are from the United States, Canada as well as Taiwan and mainland China. On the 7th, Dr. Lee himself together with his wife of 52 years greeted thi...
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