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Chinese Family Deported After Nanny Held at Airport

World Journal, News Report, By Cai Jian, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Nov 03, 2006

A Chinese couple was deported when they picked up their 6-year-old daughter, who had arrived in the United States with an in-flight nanny at Kennedy International Airport.

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Measure O is Good for the Asian Community

Ming Pao Daily, Commentary, Corinne Jan, Oct 17, 2006

Corinne Jan, the Chief Executive Officer of the non-profit agency Family Bridges, makes the case of why instant runoff voting will be good for the Asian community in Oakland. Instant runoff will be on the ballot in Oakland on Nov. 7.

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Chinese Media Ask -- How Do You Solve a Problem Like North Korea?

New America Media, News Analysis, Eugenia Chien, Oct 12, 2006

Chinese-language media denounced North Korea's nuclear test but ask, 'What will China do now?'

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Political Typhoon in Taiwan -- Q&A With Jay Stone Shih

New America Media, Q&A, Eugenia Chien, Oct 03, 2006

The "Larry King of Chinese Television" talks to NAM about the protests rocking Taiwan, and whether Taiwan President Chen Shui-Bian will step down.

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Chinese Newspapers Remember Sept. 11 Victims

World Journal, News Digest, Eugenia Chien, Sep 11, 2006

For some Chinese Americans, memories of Sept. 11 are marred by the graffiti on the mural of a San Francisco-native flight attendant who died on Flight 11. Her family and other Chinese American survivors of Sept. 11 tell their stories.

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In-flight Nannies May Lose Green Cards

World Journal, News Report, By Cao Jian, translated by Eugenia Chien, Aug 18, 2006

In-flight nannies who shuttle children to and from China to reunite with their families are under tighter scrutiny as airport security tightens.


Chinese Students Bike Across North America for Immigrant Rights

World Journal, News Feature, By Cao Jian, translated by Eugenia Chien, Aug 13, 2006

Two Chinese college students from Fujian province bicycled across the United States to change the way people view Chinese Americans Fujianese is not a synonym for illegal immigrant, they said.


I Wont Give Up One Lung Cancer Patients Story

Sing Tao Daily, News Feature, Shirley Chou, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Aug 05, 2006

With the help of a devoted husband, a woman battles lung cancer, the number one killer of Asian Pacific Americans, men or women.

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Bloggers Help Free Chinese Filmmaker

New America Media, News Analysis, Eugenia Chien, Jul 25, 2006

Chinese blogger and filmmaker Hao Wu is finally free after spending nearly five months in a Beijing jail. As China tries to crack down on Internet dissidents, the Internet community is fighting back.

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Democracy a Buzzword After Failed Recall of Taiwan President

News Digest, World Journal, Sing Tao Daily, Eugenia Chien, Jun 30, 2006

The failed attempt to unseat the president of Taiwan has become an opportunity to discuss democracy.

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