Clients of a delivery company in NYC, which shipped packages to China, may get some answers about the disappearance of their goods after customs officials in Fuzhou, China, busted a smuggling operation, reports World Journal.
Attorneys tell World Journal that Chinese restaurant owners could soon become targeted by immigration authorities under the new priorities for federal prosecutors announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
On the third anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, Koreans gathered in Brooklyn for a remembrance of the 304 victims.
At a memorial held in Chinatown, hundreds remembered Peter Kwong, the director of the Asian studies program at Hunter College, and an immigrant and labor advocate, reports Sing Tao Daily.
A group of community leaders urged Chinese in the U.S. and in China to join forces to boycott United Airlines in the wake of the violent removal of a Chinese-Vietnamese passenger from a United flight on April 9, World Journal reports.
Council member Carlos Menchaca’s office will be working with the Chinese-American Planning Council to offer expanded assistance to the growing number of Chinese residents in Sunset Park, reports Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
BKLYNER reviews Kizuna Nikkei, the city’s first restaurant to offer Nikkei cuisine – Japanese-Peruvian food introduced by Japanese immigrants in Peru.
A new musical about the life of Buddha by a Korean husband and wife team opens on May 2. Newsroh spoke with composer Jingoo Lee about the production, 12 years in the making.
Some parents hope that if their child has been diagnosed with a mental illness, it could help protect them from deportation, reports World Journal.
Two Korean-American women, one Democratic and one Republican, are running for state assembly seats in districts that have long been strongholds of the party they are opposing, Korea Daily reports.
A Westchester County judge has thrown out a suit filed by a Korean nail salon owner against the adoption of new ventilation regulations on the salons, reports Korea Daily.
The Chinese-American Planning Council opened its 10-story community center in Flushing, which will offer senior, work, child and immigration services, report Queens Chronicle and Queens Examiner.
Tarry Hum, a Chinese-American professor in the department of urban studies at Queens College, will take over as chair in the fall. She speaks to World Journal.
Fake news is spreading in the Korean community in connection with the forthcoming elections in South Korea, reports The Korea Times.
In the latest episode of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources,” Chinatown advocacy organizations weigh in on efforts to maintain affordable housing and identity in the neighborhood amid gentrification.