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Chinese Medicine Gaining Respectability in the West

San Francisco Chronicle, New America Media. , News Report, Suzanne B. Thompson, Eugenia Chien, Photos by Chris Stewart., Jun 27, 2006

Support from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing of botanical drugs helps boost the credibility of ancient herbal treatments. Chinese Version Icon

Wenyi Wang

Hu Protester Speaks Out

Sampan, Interview, Adam Smith, May 31, 2006

Falun Gong practitioner, medical doctor, and journalist Wang Wen-yi who protested Chinas President Hu Jintao during a White House visit met with newspaper reporters in Boston this week to explain why she risked breaking U.S. law and her own reputation as a part-time journalist.

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Undocumented Immigrants Should be Aware of Basic Rights

Sing Tao Daily, News Feature, Wu Min-Yi, May 26, 2006

A New York attorney advises immigrants to be aware of their basic rights. Immigrants, documented or undocumented, have protected rights under the Constitution.

Multicultural protesters

This Movement Is Big, And It's Ours

New America Media, News Roundup, By Daffodil Altan, May 03, 2006

Editorial and opinion pieces from ethnic media across the country emphasize historical significance and a sense of ownership of the immigrant movement.

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Asian Media Report Conflicts in Communities Over Boycott

New America Media, News Report, Carolyn Goossen, Apr 29, 2006

Asian media report mixed reactions from their communities to the national economic boycott for immigrants' rights on May 1.

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Chinese Editorial Supports May 1 Boycott and Comprehensive Reform

Sing Tao Daily, Editorial, Joseph Leung, Apr 28, 2006

This editorial in the Chinese-language Sing Tao Daily says the country needs a comprehensive immigration law, not one that focuses solely on undocumented immigrants.

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Immigration Debate Dominates Headlines in Chinese Media

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

The Chinese media has increased their coverage of immigration issues, particularly the recent marches in major cities and the legislation before Congress.

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Hundreds Attend Funeral of Slain Chinatown Community Leader

Sing Tao Daily and World Journal, News Digest, Tanslated by Eugenia Chien, Mar 22, 2006

San Francisco's Chinese community is reeling over a rare burst of violence, the murder of a prominent business leader and soft-spoken mediator.

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Wrongfully Convicted Chinese American Sues Queens Prosecutors

World Journal, News Report, Qi-Hua Leung Translated by Eugenia Chien, Mar 14, 2006

A Taiwan-born man released from a New York prison after serving 12 years for a crime he did not commit credits his release to a lawyer who worked tirelessly to see that justice prevailed.

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Cooperation of Empires: Winning Without a Battle

Hong Kong Economic Times, Commentary, Kwong Piu Tsang, Mar 06, 2006

The peaceful worldview of Franz Shurmann's theory of empires, writes this columnist, will surpass the popular "Clash of Civilizations" model of world history.

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