As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Asian-American groups spoke out against sexual and domestic abuse at a gathering inside a police precinct in Flushing, reports The Korea Times.
A Norwegian American who grew up in Sunset Park returns to find many changes, and the area is due for still more modernization as a hub of New York’s Chinese community. Sing Tao Daily writes about the neighborhood in three articles.
Chinese and Korean celebrations of the Moon Festival this weekend – which happened to fall on the day of the “blood moon” – featured lions, drums, mooncake, kimchi and a hip-hop duo from South Korea.
Korean restaurants do not perform as well as all restaurants in NYC on the letter grade system, and their performance has worsened over the past year, writes The Korea Times.
Koreatown in Manhattan has changed quite a bit over the last five years, and now some of the stresses that have come with its growth and popularity are worrying business owners, The Korea Times report in two articles about the busy stretch of West 32nd Street.
Stories from The Korea Times find nail salons are charging higher prices as a result of the new regulations, and a lawsuit have been filed challenging the state’s requirement of purchasing wage surety bonds.
A new exhibit at the Asia Society offers a look at gold treasures from little-known Philippine kingdoms, The FilAm reports.
Salsa dancing and Chinese opera were on view as part of the BEAT Festival in Brooklyn this year.
Visitors to Union Square could get a taste of Thai food and culture on Sept. 13.
Both franchise and non-franchise Korean bakeries have been raising prices, and Korean customers say they are looking elsewhere for bread and pastries, The Korea Times reports.
As part of the BEAT Festival in Brooklyn, “Ocaso: A Performance Adventure” brings together Chinese opera and salsa dancing to reflect Sunset Park’s Chinese and Latino communities, reports The Brooklyn Paper.
Sing Tao Daily looks at the shuttering of the decades-old Grand Harmony restaurant and the factors contributing to the decline of the restaurant business in Chinatown.
A proposal to give Broad Avenue in Palisades Park the second name of “Korea Way” is drawing opposition following an article in The Record about the plan, The Korea Times reports.
SinoVision attends the debut solo exhibition of Chinese artist Hung Yao, who started out in traditional Chinese brush painting before developing the “snapline” technique to add innovative elements to his work.
The students are getting younger and younger at Korean language schools in the New York metropolitan area, The Korea Times reports.