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Chinese Media Watch

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Study Presents Complex Portrait of Chinese Americans

World Journal, News Report, Betty Lin, Translated by Jun Wang, Nov 24, 2008

A new study shows that half of Chinese Americans work blue collar jobs, and the other half get paid substantially less than their white counterparts.

Why China Won't Have a Similar Financial Crisis

New America Media, News Analysis, Ying Zhao, Oct 10, 2008

As the financial crisis in the United States spreads around the world, China appears to be safe. China's unique economy make it highly unlikely that it will face a similar economic crisis.

Transgenders Protest New Policy in Taiwan

Chinanews.com, News Report, Staff, Translated by Jun Wang, Oct 06, 2008

A government policy in Taiwan has made it more difficult for female-to-male transgenders to get an ID, creating panic in the community.


Asian Americans at the DNC

New America Media/Hmongtoday.com/World Journal, News report, Zuag Kimberly Chang/Photos: Kai Ping Liu, Aug 28, 2008

Asian American presence at the DNC in Denver is growing, according to Zuag Kimberly Chang, of Hmong Today. They represent 4.6 percent of delegates, up from 3.9 percent in 2004.

Sportsmen Without Borders

New America Media, News Feature, Jun Wang, Aug 24, 2008

Chinese athletes have been going abroad to play or coach for foreign teams. Meanwhile, the country itself used more foreign coaches than ever before to pull in medals in the Beijing Olympics.

Stores in Shanghai Subway Ordered Closed

World Journal, Aug 06, 2008

Shops in Shanghais subway stations will be closed for the Olympics. The government will pay their rent but not cover their business losses.

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Half-Life of a Dream: Chinas Modern Art

New America Media, Q&A, Jeff Kelley in conversation with Mary Ambrose, Aug 05, 2008

The Half-Life of a Dream is the title of a new show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art that goes deep into the psyche and heart of China's modern art.


Beijing Turns Green Before the Olympics

New America Media, News feature, Jun Wang, Jul 03, 2008

From shopping to driving to eating, Beijing residents are rearranging their lives to help save the environment just in time for the Olympics Games this August.

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Collision Puts Taiwan and China in Same Boat

New America Media, News Analysis, George Koo, Jun 19, 2008

By ramming a Taiwanese fishing boat in a disputed territory, Japan tests the new Taiwanese president's resolve. But the incident may very well be pushing China and Taiwan to speedier cooperation.


Chinese Media: Bridge of the Diaspora

UpFront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jun 10, 2008

This week: Chinese-language media cover the Sichuan earthquake and serve as a bridge for the diaspora to the homeland for those wanting to help the victims.

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