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Chinese Media Watch

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Asian Parents and Students Face Challenge of Diversity

Douwei Times, News Feature, By Hubert Lu, Translated by Peter Schurmann, Jul 01, 2007

For many Asian-American students, self-segregation is a part of their high school life. Meanwhile, Asian-American parents navigate between the choice of sending their children to the best school and ensuring that their children can adapt to a diverse society.

SF Mayor Courts Chinese Americans for Embattled Supervisors Seat

World Journal, News Report, Portia Li, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Jun 29, 2007

San Franciscos only Asian-American supervisor, Ed Jew, is facing charges that he does not live in his district. Meanwhile, several Chinese-American names have surfaced as potential candidates to replace him. Asian Americans represent nearly a third of San Franciscos population. At least 20 percent of San Franciscos population is Chinese-American.

After Desegregation, Chinese American Students Still Face Uphill Battle

Duowei Times, News Report, Hubert Lu, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Jun 16, 2007

Chinese-born and American-born Chinese may seem like two very different groups of students, but the American university/education system treats them as one group underrepresented minorities. The stereotype of Chinese-American students as academic achievers overlooks the needs of many Chinese students, especially new immigrants.

Chinese Media Sad and Concerned Over Supervisors Arrest

New America Media, News Analysis, Eugenia Chien, Jun 13, 2007

The recent arrest of Ed Jew, the only San Francisco Asian American supervisor, disappointed local Chinese-language media who wonder about the fate of Chinese American politics, reports NAM writer Eugenia Chien. Chien monitors Chinese-language media for New America Media.

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Protecting Immigrant Families

Sing Tao Daily, Commentary, Joseph Leung, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Jun 07, 2007

The immigration reform bill, which could stop family-based immigration, is inhumane and discriminatory, says the editor-in-chief of a prominent Chinese-language newspaper.

SF Supervisor Under FBI Investigation Meets with Chinese Media

World Journal, Jun 04, 2007

Under federal investigation for accepting cash from a group of businessmen, San Francisco Supervisor Ed Jew returned from a trip to China and met with Chinese-language media in his Sunset district home.

Embattled SF Supervisor Visits China

World Journal, May 25, 2007

Embattled San Francisco Supervisor Ed Jew left for China on a trip that his aides say had been planned for several weeks before Jew came under federal investigation for allegedly accepting $40,000 from businessmen.


What We Have (Not) Learned from Wen Ho Lee

Sing Tao Daily, News Analysis, Wong Shuo-ge, Translated by Eugenia Chien, May 23, 2007

Seven years after the Wen Ho Lee case, a civil rights organization says that Chinese Americans are still suspected of being spies, according to Chinese-language Sing Tao Daily.

Chinatown in Uproar Over Proposed High-rise Campus

New America Media, News Digest, Eugenia Chien, May 18, 2007

A controversial plan to build a 17-story community college campus in San Franciscos Chinatown has prompted some Chinese media to dish out unusually harsh criticism of politicians and activists.

Chinese Bloggers Look Beyond U.S. Tariff

New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Apr 05, 2007

The United States has imposed a tariff on exported paper from China, the first such tariff in more than two decades. But Chinese bloggers say that the tariff is the least of their worries.

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