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US and Japan Conduct Drill
Jan 15, 2013
A five-day air combat exercise by Japan's Self-Defense Forces and United States troops based in Japan has ended, as the two ally countries prepare for deliberations to revise their security cooperation treaty.The drill was conducted over Pacific waters on Tuesday...
China Focuses on Local Air Quality
Jan 14, 2013
China has made progress in combating environmental pollution, but apparently it still has a lot to do to improve its overall air quality.The Better Air Quality 2012 conference, organized by Clean Air Asia in Hong Kong recently, was hopeful about...
The Buzz: Linsanity to Heat Up this February
Jan 09, 2013
San Francisco-- Coming Full Circle: Expect the Linsanity to heat up in the Bay Area as California’shometown hero faces the Golden State Warriors on February 12th. As fans remember, Jeremy Lin was first signed to his favorite team on July...
Year in Review: The Top 10 Asian American Sports Figures of 2012
Jan 07, 2013
2012 was a great year for Asian American athletes. Despite a strike-shortened regular season, the NBA had major excitement, thanks to the rise of a Taiwanese American point guard from Harvard. The NBA championship series was won by the Miami...
David Phan's Suicide Sparks Grief, Anger and Calls for Justice
Jan 06, 2013
 After their son took his own life on November 29th, David Phan’s family received two boxes. One box, sent by Bennion Junior High, was filled with generic pamphlets on how to deal with suicide-related grief. The other box, given by...
Al Jazeera Breaks into U.S. Market with Current TV Deal
Jan 04, 2013
Editor's Note: Al Jazeera has reportedly purchased Current TV, the left-leaning television network owned by Al Gore, for $500 million. The move promises to expand the Qatar-based network's programming to an American audience. NAM contributor Uchenna Ekwo writes that Al...
Chinese-Am Parents Want More School Security
Dec 18, 2012
In the wake of the Newton, Conn.-school shooting that killed 20 children, Chinese American parents are calling for stepped up security at schools. According to Chinese-language newspaper China Review News, many Chinese-American parents from New York and Los Angeles are...
Meet Kung Fu Film Pioneer Chung Chang-wha
Dec 16, 2012
 In the early 1970s, before Bruce Lee popularized the martial arts genre, before the English overdubs became so easy to mock, the first kung fu film to be a hit in the West was Five Fingers of Death, directed by...
Chinese Solar-Panel Makers Look to Counter US tariffs
Dec 07, 2012
Bracing for planned tariffs on their products, Chinese makers of solar-power have cut back production at home and in the United States.The moves are in response to the Nov 8 ruling by the Commerce Department's International Trade Commission that US...
California Same-Sex Couples Anxiously Await Supreme Court Decision
Dec 05, 2012
Image: Tran Le and Terrenz Vong march in the Los Angeles Pride Parade.When Tran Le and Terrenz Vong marched in the Los Angeles Gay Pride Parade, their photo appeared on the second page of the Sing Tao Daily. The couple...
Asian American Groups Extremely Disappointed Following Light Sentencing in Military Hazing Case
Dec 04, 2012
 WASHINGTON—OCA, a national organization dedicated to advancing the political, social, and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs), and the Asian American Justice Center (AAJC), a member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, are extremely disappointed with the...
Silver-Haired Retirees in U.S., China Can Be Golden Asset
Nov 30, 2012
Photo: Epoch TimesSAN DIEGO--I met Old Chen on my way to the airport. An immigrant from Henan Province, China, Chen has been a taxi driver in New York for five years. He seemed happy with his job. His company has...
Deadline Approaches for Homeowners Seeking Foreclosure Reviews
Nov 29, 2012
Well over 4 million homeowners affected by the foreclosure crisis are eligible for an independent review of their cases – but only a small percentage of them have requested one through a recently available federal program, and the deadline to...
No Word From Walmart on China Closures
Nov 28, 2012
As Wal-Mart Stores Inc expanded its internal bribery probe to developing markets including China, the world's largest retailer refused to comment on recent reports that the company will close 100 stores that are not making money.Wal-Mart began a global internal...
To Vote Today: ‘All the Koreans, Over Here!’
Nov 26, 2012
 The failure of state election officials to ensure a level playing field for all voters was amplified on November 6 when Korean Americans at one voting precinct site in Virginia were ordered by poll workers to form a separate line...
Chinese Scientists Aim to Prove Tai Chi’s Positive Effect on Elders
Nov 23, 2012
 SAN DIEGO--Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercise and the Chinese like to boast about its effects. But without the proof of scientific studies, it’s hard to promote Tai Chi to the world. Two scholars from University of Arkansas aim...
The Kasab Blood Lust: Public Execution as Folk Art
Nov 22, 2012
 Early last year I happened to share a shuttle van with a woman whose brother died in 26/11. She talked about her struggle in coping with the horror of that day, of picking up the pieces of her life afterwards....
San Jose Salary Hike Hits Chinese Business Owners
Nov 16, 2012
According to the Chinese language World Journal, small and medium sized business owners in San Jose are facing difficult times following the passage of Measure D, which raised the city’s minimum wage from $8 to $10 per hour.Chinese restaurateurs say...
N. Korean Missile Parts Seized En Route to Syria
Nov 14, 2012
North Korea tried to send missile components to Syria on a Chinese ship but the shipment was confiscated in the South Korean port of Busan earlier this year, according to reports Wednesday.The move would not only violate U.N. sanctions but...
China Bashing Season Over, But Frictions Will Persist
Nov 13, 2012
 Although bashing China, especially by the candidate trying to unseat the incumbent, has become a feature of nearly every US presidential campaign of the past 20 years, Romney's criticism was particularly intense. Moreover, the Republican Party has changed noticeably over...
Chinese Media Hail Congressional Wins
Nov 08, 2012
Three Chinese Americans, including one incumbent, claimed victory in their bids for U.S. Congress following Tuesday’s elections, the Chinese language World Journal reports. Their victory marks a major milestone for the Chinese American community, the paper notes, representing the highest...

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