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Chinatown Buses: Business or Discrimination?
In the past few years, New York’s Chinese bus lines have seen more and more non-Chinese customers. In order to accommodate the needs and numbers of a rapidly expanding customer base, some lines have had to adapt their routes and marketing strategies. However, some Chinese customers believe that these bus lines have begun discriminating in favor of non-Chinese passengers in order to get more of their business. ...
Sep 02, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 0 0 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Rooftop Party Turns Tragic
Cindy Yeh came from California to New York for an internship at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). But in the early hours of August 24, while at a party in Greenwich Village, Yeh fell from the rooftop. She was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where she lived but her brain had ceased to function. Upon hearing the news, Yeh’s family immediately flew to New York, ultimately deciding to pull the tubes on August 25 once ...
Sep 02, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Chinese Immigration Investment Visas Fill 2014 Fiscal Year Limit
On August 23, the U.S. Department of State announced that the allotted number of EB-5 immigration investment visas to China had been used up for the 2014 fiscal year. Since the introduction of the investment visa program in 1990, this marks the first time that the yearly allotment has been used up within the year. At a meeting of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, State Department official Charles O...
Aug 29, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Raw Pork, Fish an Unsightly and Hazardous Sighting in Chinatown

08/29
by New York Report, Translated by Jack Chen

Elderly Man Sues City, Police for Memory Loss and Distress from Street Crossing Incident

08/28
by New York Reporters Yi Yi Huang and Mike Hong /Translated by Jack Chen

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

Orientation for Young Students from China

08/27
by By Qige Dai in Hacienda Heights, re-written by Jayburt Tsang
Community News
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Chinatown Buses: Business or Discrimination?
In the past few years, New York’s Chinese bus lines have seen more and more non-Chinese customers. In order to accommodate the needs and numbers of a rapidly expanding customer base, some lines have had to adapt their routes and marketing strategies. However, some Chinese customers believe that these bus lines have begun discriminating in favor of non-Chinese passengers in order to get more of their business. ...
Sep 02, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 0 0 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Rooftop Party Turns Tragic
Cindy Yeh came from California to New York for an internship at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). But in the early hours of August 24, while at a party in Greenwich Village, Yeh fell from the rooftop. She was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where she lived but her brain had ceased to function. Upon hearing the news, Yeh’s family immediately flew to New York, ultimately deciding to pull the tubes on August 25 once ...
Sep 02, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Chinese Immigration Investment Visas Fill 2014 Fiscal Year Limit
On August 23, the U.S. Department of State announced that the allotted number of EB-5 immigration investment visas to China had been used up for the 2014 fiscal year. Since the introduction of the investment visa program in 1990, this marks the first time that the yearly allotment has been used up within the year. At a meeting of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, State Department official Charles O...
Aug 29, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Raw Pork, Fish an Unsightly and Hazardous Sighting in Chinatown

08/29
by New York Report, Translated by Jack Chen

Elderly Man Sues City, Police for Memory Loss and Distress from Street Crossing Incident

08/28
by New York Reporters Yi Yi Huang and Mike Hong /Translated by Jack Chen

A New Aide to U. S. Congressman Ed Royce

08/27
by World Journal Tribune

Local Americans Show Support for Taiwan’s Cause

08/27
by By Gina Lai(賴至巧)in Los Angeles

Bilingual School District Operator Making a Difference

08/27
by By Gina Lai in San Marino, re-written by Victor Chang
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Mei Lanfang Memorial Tour Performance a Success in New York
「From head to toe it’s tens of pounds of stuff, plus tape to keep my face together,」 said Wenge Hu, his head sweat-soaked following his August 24 performance in Mu Guiying Takes Command at Lincoln Center. One of the successors of the Mei school of Peking Opera – the one created and introduced to the non-Chinese world by legendary performer/master Mei Lanfang, whose 120th birth anniversary was honored by a seri...
Aug 28, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Brian Tang Shines in International Carillon Competition
A carillon, not to be confused with the pipe organ, is a musical instrument that is typically housed in the bell tower (belfry) of a church. The instrument consists of at least 23 cast bronze, cup-shaped bells, which are serially played to produce a melody, or sounded together to play a chord. A traditional manual carillon is played by striking a key board — the stick-like keys. The Queen Fabiola International...
Aug 27, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Young Chinese Tenors to Compete in Operalia: International Competition
On August 30, Operalia will return to Los Angeles for the third time. Created by Placido Domingo, a respected opera singer, conductor and administrator, to discover the best emerging young opera singers of our day, this prestigious international vocal competition will bring 40 of the world's most promising young singers to compete on the stage of Los Angeles County Music Center over the course of one week. Out...
Aug 27, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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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

Legendary Director Patrick Lung Kong Honored at Museum of Moving Image

08/21
by New York Reporter Mike Hong / Translated by Jack Chen

Sibling Fencing Standouts

08/21
by New York Reporter Raymond Lao /Trranslated by Jack Chen

9-Man Volleyball, Distinct Chinese-American Pastime, Subject of Documentary

08/15
by New York Reporter Joseph Hsu /Translated by Jack Chen

24th Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival Continues to Grow

08/15
by New York Reporters Zhu Lei and Philia Li /Translatded by Jack Chen
Events / Community Service
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Mei Lanfang Memorial Tour Performance a Success in New York
「From head to toe it’s tens of pounds of stuff, plus tape to keep my face together,」 said Wenge Hu, his head sweat-soaked following his August 24 performance in Mu Guiying Takes Command at Lincoln Center. One of the successors of the Mei school of Peking Opera – the one created and introduced to the non-Chinese world by legendary performer/master Mei Lanfang, whose 120th birth anniversary was honored by a seri...
Aug 28, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Legendary Director Patrick Lung Kong Honored at Museum of Moving Image
In honor of pioneering Hong Kong movie director Patrick Lung Kong, the New York Asian Film Festival worked with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York to host a film exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image from August 15 to 24. Called ‘Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The Cinema of Patrick Lung Kong’, the exhibition included a lifetime achievement award presented to Kong by director Tsui Hark. Har...
Aug 21, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion
Exhibit at New York Historical Society Also Open to Contributions The New York Historical Society is planning an exhibition called Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion between this September 26 and April 19 of next year. With priceless photographs, artifacts, and displays, the showcase will focus on the Chinese immigrant’s struggle to become part of America: one against adversity and discrimination and for ac...
Aug 14, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 4 4 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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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

Greater New York Dollars for Scholars Program Selects Young Scholarship Recipients

07/17
by New York Reporter Zhu Lei /Translated by Jack Chen

Forensics Legend Henry Lee Runs Summer CSI Program

07/11
by New York Reporter Philia Li / Translated by Jack Chen
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