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Proposal to Regulate Radical Remodeling Agitated Flushing Residents
When State Senator Toby Stavisky, joined State Assemblywoman Nily Rozic, Councilman Peter Koo and Queensborough Hill Civic Association President Don Capalbi in Flushing on July 25 to spread their message and proposed law about combating illegal renovations and construction, they received less than a warm welcome from local residents. Near 56th Road and 146th Street, there is a block with two houses, both owned...
Jul 31, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Month of Ghosts or Celebrations? The Lunar Calendar’s 7th Month Approaches Chinese Community
The seventh month of the lunar calendar is considered the “ghost month” for many traditional Chinese, with July 27 as its first day. Many Chinese therefore avoid major activities like weddings or moving, buying, or selling houses. For many Chinatown restaurants, hotels and wedding services, it’s the first day of their slow season. In Buddhism, however, the seventh lunar month is an auspicious time for both cel...
Jul 31, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Kris Li of NBC4 Won Award of Investigative Reporting
A team of NBC4 News was awarded the prestigious Investigative Reporters and Editors Award at the 2014 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards for its series of reports on bus safety. "In Harm's Way" exposed a number of local bus companies with questionable safety records, along with undercover video showing drivers routinely speeding, illegally using cell phones while behind the wheel, and working shifts in excess of 20 ...
Jul 30, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Chinese in Los Angeles Rejoice over the Lakers’ Acquiring Jeremy Lin

07/30
by By Derral Chen in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang

Dr. Paoling Guo to Chair Committee on Adult Education, ACSA Region 14

07/30
by By Qige Dai in Cerritos Re-written by Victor Chang

William Wang Shares His Experience Starting Vizio

07/30
by By Mingyi Zhang in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

Autistic But Not Handicapped

07/30
by By Zi Yuan Gao in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

Asian-American population grows in Orange County

07/30
by By Gina Lai in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang

5 Arrested for Attack on Murdered USC Student Xinran Ji

07/30
by By Stephanie Wu in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang
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Proposal to Regulate Radical Remodeling Agitated Flushing Residents
When State Senator Toby Stavisky, joined State Assemblywoman Nily Rozic, Councilman Peter Koo and Queensborough Hill Civic Association President Don Capalbi in Flushing on July 25 to spread their message and proposed law about combating illegal renovations and construction, they received less than a warm welcome from local residents. Near 56th Road and 146th Street, there is a block with two houses, both owned...
Jul 31, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Month of Ghosts or Celebrations? The Lunar Calendar’s 7th Month Approaches Chinese Community
The seventh month of the lunar calendar is considered the “ghost month” for many traditional Chinese, with July 27 as its first day. Many Chinese therefore avoid major activities like weddings or moving, buying, or selling houses. For many Chinatown restaurants, hotels and wedding services, it’s the first day of their slow season. In Buddhism, however, the seventh lunar month is an auspicious time for both cel...
Jul 31, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Kris Li of NBC4 Won Award of Investigative Reporting
A team of NBC4 News was awarded the prestigious Investigative Reporters and Editors Award at the 2014 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards for its series of reports on bus safety. "In Harm's Way" exposed a number of local bus companies with questionable safety records, along with undercover video showing drivers routinely speeding, illegally using cell phones while behind the wheel, and working shifts in excess of 20 ...
Jul 30, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Chinese in Los Angeles Rejoice over the Lakers’ Acquiring Jeremy Lin

07/30
by By Derral Chen in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang

Dr. Paoling Guo to Chair Committee on Adult Education, ACSA Region 14

07/30
by By Qige Dai in Cerritos Re-written by Victor Chang

William Wang Shares His Experience Starting Vizio

07/30
by By Mingyi Zhang in Los Angeles Re-written by Jayburt Tsang

A Victim of Perfectionist Parents Speaks Out

07/30
by By Joy Luo in Los Angeles Rewritten by Victor Chang

Attack of Ji Especially Hard on USC Chinese Community

07/30
by By Yue Zhang in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang

Asian-American population grows in Orange County

07/30
by By Gina Lai in Los Angeles Re-written by Victor Chang
Culture and Sports
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Autistic But Not Handicapped
Yiwei Ren (任奕維) was diagnosed with autism when he was four years old. Not willing to succumb to the boundaries for her son as an autism patient defined by general public, Ren’s mother, Yunru Chen (陳韻如), has explored ways for Ren to get the most out of his life. Ren has since found his passion for music through playing the harp. “My son was never disruptive in class as a kid diagnosed with autism,” recalled Che...
Jul 30, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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A Victim of Perfectionist Parents Speaks Out
As a psychology and social behavior major at UC Irvine, Emily Wu Truong started to sense that she needed help from a mental expert. Emily brought it to her mother. “You can talk to me. It does not cost you any money. Why go to someone else and spend money?” Emily’s mother did not let her talk to any “outsider” either, to avoid causing great embarrassment to the family. But Emily’s mental condition was not impr...
Jul 30, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 2 2 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Awonderkind: Young Chess Prodigy to Receive USCF Achievement Award
The United States Chess Federation (USCF), an 80,000 player strong organization dedicated to the game in the United States, is going to present its 2014 Outstanding Player Achievement Award on August 2 at the US Open in Orlando, Florida. And it will go to a young chess prodigy who has shattered numerous records with his rapid ascent and victories over highly-ranked players at an age well before anyone else in ...
Jul 25, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 32 32 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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Nine-Man Volleyball Tournament A Blend of Tradition and Future

07/24
by New York Reporter Rachel Liu /Translated by Jack Chen

The Late King of Pop Remembered by the World

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

Marc Yu and OC Youth Symphony Orchestra

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

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
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World Journal Summer Campers Meet Kobe
The long awaited 2014 Kobe Basketball Academy finally unveiled in Santa Barbara on July 9. Forty-four teenagers who previously signed up for the World Journal Basketball Summer Camp gathered at the UC Santa Barbara sport stadium, thrilled to see their basketball idol – Kobe Bryant, and ready for their 5-day basketball camp. Prior to participating in the Kobe Basketball Academy, the World Journal Summer Basketb...
Jul 23, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 15 15 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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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 | 75 75 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...
Jul 11, 2014 | 0 0 評論 | 76 76 推薦 | 電郵給朋友
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