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Serey Pheap: Freedom for Cambodians

NCM, Pueng Vongs, Jun 04, 2003

The Cambodian community is often overlooked among California's more dominant Asian groups including the Chinese, Korean and Filipino. But in the pages of Cambodian publications like the weekly Serey Pheap in Long Beach, youll find a journal for a community that is pushing to evolve and emerge.

Hokubei Mainichi: Re-connecting the Japanese-American Community

NCM, Julie Johnson, May 30, 2003

Celebrating its 55th anniversary this year, the Hokubei Mainichi (North America Daily) was one of the first few Japanese-English daily newspapers in the Bay Area.

International Daily News: Connecting Chinese Communities Worldwide

NCM, Astrid Martinez, May 14, 2003

For over 22 years International Daily News has delivered news from overseas and from four U.S. bureaus to produce free speech editorials to the Chinese community worldwide.

Universul Romanians Worldwide Appeal

NCM, Catherine Black, May 09, 2003

In 1985 Aristide Buhoiu Sr. was a wanted man in his native Romania. Still trapped in the shadow of Communist despot Nicolae Ceaucescu, Romania at the time was a dangerous and unforgiving place for outspoken critics or free thinkers.

Nguoi Viet: Building the Vietnamese Community from the Ground Up

NCM, Pueng Vongs, May 02, 2003

When Yen Do began Nguoi Viet Daily in Orange County in 1978, there were only 12 Vietnamese-owned businesses in the area. But Do, a former journalist in Vietnam, recognized a fledgling community that hungered for news from its homeland and needed a guide to its new country.

Pezhvak of Persia Echoes Concerns of Iranian Americans

NCM, Elena Shore, Apr 16, 2003

Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the backlash against Arab Americans in new U.S. immigration policies, Pezhvak of Persia has never been more active or more needed in the Iranian community.

The Los Angeles Sentinel

NCM, Astrid Martinez, Apr 11, 2003

The Los Angeles Sentinel is celebrating its 70th anniversary this week, making it the oldest and largest black-owned newspaper in the west. From its inception in 1934, the weekly publication has served as a pioneer in social change and continues to be an advocate for the African American community in Los Angeles.

Pakistan News Service - Combining Community and Technology

NCM, Catherine Black, Apr 02, 2003

When Asim Mughal, founder and publisher of Pakistan News Service, came to the United States as a student in 1986, the last thing he anticipated was a career in media.

Thai Press Association - Thai Community on the Verge

NCM, Pueng Vongs, Mar 27, 2003

Its unlikely youll see Anunson Asvakovith or Phisak Chak, co-founders of the Thai Press Association, at the forefront of controversy. Yet the two work tirelessly behind the scenes advancing the Thai communitys agenda.

Tadias Magazine Fusing Past and Present for Ethiopian Americans

NCM, Elena Shore, Mar 20, 2003

Although there are more than 500,000 Ethiopians in the United States100,000 of them in Californiano Ethiopian-American magazine has been able to survive yet, according to Nebi Alemu, president of the newly released Tadias magazine. Tadias, the Amharic word for a popular casual greeting (whats up or how are you), is attempting to defy these odds by avoiding the divisive political issues that have caused other Ethiopian publications to fail.

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