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Nancy Yao New MoCA Director
The Museum of Chinese in the Americas (MoCA), located in Manhattan’s Chinatown, announced on November 18th that it will have a new director. Nancy Yao Maasbach will assume the position next February. Previously the first Chinese-American Executive Director of the Yale-China Association, she was born and raised in the United States, contributing significantly to research, policy, and even media production. Init...
Nov 25, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Flushing Holiday Season Kicks Off
The Flushing Business Improvement District (BID) on the evening of the 17th put together its 12th annual light show in front of Macy’s on Main Street, turning on the district’s 13 gigantic snow lights, in addition to freshly installed 3D lights. The show brought a fresh holiday atmosphere to central Flushing from Roosevelt Avenue to main, a nice preview to the year’s celebratory season. Business Improvement Di...
Nov 24, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Respects Paid to Subway Victim’s Memorial, Home
By the afternoon of November 17, a day after the senseless murder of 61-year old Wai Kuen Kwok in the 167th Street Grand Concourse subway, a makeshift memorial had been built in the station. Friends and family arrived to pay their respects and place flowers over Kwok’s picture against the wall, while photos of the suspect, later identified as Kevin Darden, hung on the walls outside. They also went to Kwok’s Br...
Nov 20, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 3 3 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Man Shoved to Death in Subway; Police Have Suspect

11/20
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu / Translated and Re-Written by Jack Chen

Lengthening Visas a Welcome Change for Chinese Students, Parents

11/20
by New York Reporters Philia Li and Queenie Li / Translated and Re-written by Jack Chen

USC Double Murder: 22-Year-Old Gets Life in Prison

11/19
by By Yue Zhang/Los Angeles, rewritten by Victor Chang

Jewelry Bandits Arrested at U.S. Border

11/19
by By Xiulan Li/San Francisco, Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

The Team of Seniors Got the Basket at the Staples Center

11/19
by By Derral Chen/Los Angeles, Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

Former Physician in China, Chicago Deliveryman Robbed and Killed

11/19
by By Huei-ling Huang/Chicago, Re-written by Jayburt Tsang
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Nancy Yao New MoCA Director
The Museum of Chinese in the Americas (MoCA), located in Manhattan’s Chinatown, announced on November 18th that it will have a new director. Nancy Yao Maasbach will assume the position next February. Previously the first Chinese-American Executive Director of the Yale-China Association, she was born and raised in the United States, contributing significantly to research, policy, and even media production. Init...
Nov 25, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 1 1 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Flushing Holiday Season Kicks Off
The Flushing Business Improvement District (BID) on the evening of the 17th put together its 12th annual light show in front of Macy’s on Main Street, turning on the district’s 13 gigantic snow lights, in addition to freshly installed 3D lights. The show brought a fresh holiday atmosphere to central Flushing from Roosevelt Avenue to main, a nice preview to the year’s celebratory season. Business Improvement Di...
Nov 24, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Respects Paid to Subway Victim’s Memorial, Home
By the afternoon of November 17, a day after the senseless murder of 61-year old Wai Kuen Kwok in the 167th Street Grand Concourse subway, a makeshift memorial had been built in the station. Friends and family arrived to pay their respects and place flowers over Kwok’s picture against the wall, while photos of the suspect, later identified as Kevin Darden, hung on the walls outside. They also went to Kwok’s Br...
Nov 20, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 3 3 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Man Shoved to Death in Subway; Police Have Suspect

11/20
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu / Translated and Re-Written by Jack Chen

Lengthening Visas a Welcome Change for Chinese Students, Parents

11/20
by New York Reporters Philia Li and Queenie Li / Translated and Re-written by Jack Chen

USC Double Murder: 22-Year-Old Gets Life in Prison

11/19
by By Yue Zhang/Los Angeles, rewritten by Victor Chang

US$130,000 in Cash Lost in Residential Burglary

11/19
by By Ziyuan Gao/City of Industry, rewritten by Victor Chang

Jewelry Bandits Arrested at U.S. Border

11/19
by By Xiulan Li/San Francisco, Re-written by Jayburt Tsang
Culture and Sports
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University of California Looking at a Series of 5% Tuition Hike in Five Years
For undergraduates who are California residents, tuition next year could rise to $12,804, not including room, board and books. That amount could increase to $15,564 in five years. To help cover rising costs and to expand the enrollment of California students, UC leaders are proposing tuition hikes — as much as 5% in each of the next five years. The proposed increase is the first in four years. A tuition freeze...
Nov 13, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 5 5 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Basketball Coach Honored by Chinese Historical Society
The SCIAC co-champion Chapman University women's basketball team was well-represented when the All-SCIAC teams were announced. Senior G Kimi Takaoka was named Athlete of the Year, while junior PG Andrea Villanueva and sophomore Sandra Gao garnered Second Team honors. Chapman women’s basketball Head Coach Carol Jung Jue was an infant when her parents traversed thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean. Jue, t...
Nov 12, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 5 5 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Two Thousand Years of Chinese and Japanese Equine Art at the Bowers Museum
The impact of the horse in both Chinese and Japanese cultures cannot be overstated. They shepherded goods, people and ideas across continents in the heydays of the Silk Roads era. The horse was embraced as a companion in activities such as polo, horse "dancing," and hunting. Horses also are prominent figures in the mythology, philosophy, religion and folklore of both China and Japan. The Chinese quest for bigg...
Nov 06, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 8 8 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Joyce Chen Among USPS Celebrity Chef Honorees

10/06
by Chicago Reporter Monica Chen /Translated by Jack Chen

E-Sport Scholarships Highlight Rapid Growth

09/06
by Chicago Reporter Jessica Huang /Translated and re- written 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
Events / Community Service
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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 | 50 50 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 | 50 50 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 | 48 48 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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