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Chinese Media Watch

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Elderly Find New Medicare Plan Difficult to Use

World Journal, News Report, Portia Li, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Feb 19, 2006

Medicare's new plan confuses and burdens patients, "broken-hearted" elderly activists say, with a host of different treatment options.

Chinese Woman Miscarries During Deportation

World Journal, News Digest, By Cao Jian, translated by Eugenia Chien, Feb 11, 2006

A Chinese woman pregnant with twins suffered a miscarriage after immigration officials tried to deport her at JFK Airport.

Gwen Chan

New Acting Superintendent Reaches Out to Chinese Parents

World Journal, News Report, Portia Li, translated by Eugenia Chien, Feb 09, 2006

San Francisco's new interim School Superintendent Gwen Chan speaks to the Chinese community, who had an acrimonious relationship with outgoing Superintendent Arlene Ackerman.

Student raising hand

Backlash of Wall Street Journal Story Reverberates in Bay Area Chinese Community

New America Media, News Analysis, Eugenia Chien, Jan 10, 2006

A Wall Street Journal article that identified the white flight phenomenon plaguing California schools with high Asian student populations set off a wave of blistering criticism towards the report within Californias Chinese community.


Hidden Marriages on the Rise Among Women in China

Xinhua News Agency, News Digest, Translated and Compiled by Jun Wang, Nov 20, 2005

More and more young married women in China pretend to be single to reap the social and career benefits that come with being single.

Chinese Medicine

Chinese Herb Medicine for SARS Said to Be Effective Against Avian Flu

World Journal, News Report, Translated and Compiled by Eugenia Chien, Nov 18, 2005

A Chinese herb medicine that was approved by a Chinese state agency to be effective against SARS is reported to be cure the (H5N1) avian flu.

Absentee Voter

Asian Absentee Voters Key to S.F. Election Results

New America Media, News Report, Mark Schurmann, Nov 11, 2005

Asian absentee voters were key to deciding the outcome of last Tuesdays elections in San Francisco according to a survey of Asian absentee and election day voters.


Homeless Chinese: Uncounted and Invisible

World Journal, News Feature, Isabelle Hsu, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Nov 03, 2005

Because of cultural stigma, there is no accurate count of San Franciscos homeless Chinese, whose survival on the street is jeopardized by racial violence.

De Lay

Taiwan Pays Close Attention to DeLays Indictment

Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Zhang Jiahua, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Oct 05, 2005

Taiwan is closely watching the indictment of Senate Majority Leader Tom DeLay, one of the most vocal Taiwan supporters on the Hill.


Chinese Community Reacts to Expected Natural Gas Hike

World Journal, News Report, Translated by Yvonne Lee, Oct 04, 2005

Rising energy prices could seriously affect Americans living in cold climates this winter, but even Californians are finding that higher gas prices here could hurt businesses and the poor.

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