Post Tagged with: "Chinese"

Ming Sheng Zhao from the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association helps those being investigated for Medicaid fraud.

Chinese Community Hit by Crackdown on Medicaid Fraud

East Asian, Featured Posts February 21, 2012 at 2:40 pm

As authorities step up the fight against Medicaid fraud, many Chinese residents have received government notices telling them that they do not meet the eligibility requirements for Medicaid, the World Journal reports. This is the second crackdown since the end of 2010, community leaders told the newspaper. Ming Sheng ZhaoRead More

Community board member Sam Tsang, shop owner Meijiao Chi, and Community Board Chairwoman Theresa Scavo posed outside Chi's store.

City Fines Multiplied as Chinese Shop Owner Struggled to Understand

Brooklyn, East Asian, Economy February 17, 2012 at 1:01 pm

World Journal reported on a Chinese-owned fabric and toy store in Sheepshead’s Bay, Brooklyn, where the owner faced rapidly increasing fines from the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs.

Teen Journalism: Students Balk at Mandarin-Only Language Classes

Teen Journalism: Students Balk at Mandarin-Only Language Classes

Bronx, Education, In the News February 8, 2012 at 1:35 pm

Teen reporter Kiki Olafimihan tells of student dissatisfaction with the policy of teaching Mandarin only at International Leadership Charter High School in the Bronx. And for other teen journos out there — the Bronx Youth Journalism Initiative is taking applications.

The changing face of Bath Beach, Brooklyn.

The changing face of Bath Beach, Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Immigration, In the News, Mexican January 8, 2012 at 10:01 pm

A combination of Chinese, Russian, Mexican and Italian immigrants are mixing it up in Bath Beach, Brooklyn. Home Reporter News reports that the once Italian neighborhood is changing, and some locals say in many ways it’s for the better.

Carlos Rodríguez (left) and other former workers of Domino's Pizza están demand compensation for wages allegedly kept from them for years. They ask New Yorkers to boycott the national pizza chain.

Workers protest Domino’s Pizza

East Asian, Latino November 22, 2011 at 3:33 pm

Former workers and protesters gathered at West 72nd Street on November 16 to denounce sweatshop conditions at Domino’s Pizza and Saigon Grill.

‘We feel snubbed,’ say non-Korean pols

East Asian, In the News, Politics, Queens November 16, 2011 at 2:22 pm

While the Korean community praised Mayor Michael Bloomberg for dedicating a town hall meeting to its concerns last month, his decision has caused a backlash. Queens elected officials, including two Chinese-American representatives, want to know why they weren’t invited.

Korean stores target Chinese customers

East Asian, Economy, In the News, Queens October 25, 2011 at 3:05 pm

Korean American businesses in Flushing are increasingly focusing their marketing on Chinese customers. Some are promoting themselves actively in the Chinese media. Some are hiring Chinese-speaking staff to secure as many Chinese patrons as possible. The entire staff of Star Skin & Wellbeing on 147th Street can speak Chinese asRead More

Scam targeted Chinese and Latinos

Scam targeted Chinese and Latinos

East Asian, In the News, New York October 3, 2011 at 4:04 pm

The Chinatown community applauded yesterday for State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filing a lawsuit to shut down a security guard employment scam. The Attorney General announced on September 22nd that his office had filed a lawsuit against a New York City-based company behind an employment scam. The company knownRead More

Chinatown residents gathered at the Ling Sing Association to seek help.

Hundreds of Chinese scammed

East Asian, Featured Posts, New York September 28, 2011 at 3:56 pm

News outlets serving the Chinese community are buzzing about a fraud that has cost 4,000 people their savings.

Staten Island celebrates Chinese culture

Staten Island celebrates Chinese culture

Asian, Culture, East Asian, Featured Posts, Staten Island September 19, 2011 at 1:20 pm

The Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration drew over 600 visitors to Snug Harbor’s Chinese Scholar’s Garden.