Post Tagged with: "Chinese"

Students and parents wait to enter the building to take the entrance exam. (Photo via World Journal)

Asians Swarm to Take Hunter College H.S. Entrance Exam

East Asian, Education, Manhattan January 14, 2019 at 5:31 pm

Parents waiting as their children took the Hunter College High School entrance exam spoke to World Journal with some saying the test only served as a learning experience while others took a jab at the mayor.

Rep. Nydia Velazquez, center, joins Virginia Kee to her left and Deacon Robert Gee and Rev. Bayer Lee, both of the First Chinese Baptist Church, on the far right, and other community leaders in honoring Mabel Lee. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Chinatown Post Office Named for Mabel Lee

East Asian, History, Women December 7, 2018 at 3:30 pm

Rep. Nydia Velazquez joined Chinatown residents and leaders at the dedication ceremony of what is now the Mabel Lee Memorial Post Office, renamed in honor of the suffragette and local icon, reports Sing Tao Daily.

Pedro Cepero Yee, in black, teaching at Yee's Hung Ga International Kung Fu Association in Clifton, New Jersey.

Meet Kung Fu Master Pedro Cepero Yee

East Asian, Health, Latino November 28, 2018 at 4:36 pm

World Journal profiles Pedro Cepero Yee, a kung fu master and Chinese bodywork therapist who started learning the martial art as a child to protect family members from domestic violence.

Charles B. Wang (far right), New York City Comptroller Harrison J Goldin and then President of the China Strategy Council Teng Shaojun took a group photo at the 1988 Annual Meeting of the China Council.

Chinese Remember Philanthropist Charles B. Wang

East Asian, Health October 23, 2018 at 6:23 pm

Those who worked closely with Chinese-American entrepreneur Charles B. Wang recalled his dedication to helping low-income Chinese in New York and introducing ice hockey to children in China, reports Sing Tao Daily.

The 109th police precinct blocked the nearby streets for the investigation. (Photo by Jerry Cao via World Journal)

Inside the Blood-Drenched Maternity Center

Crime, East Asian, Queens September 25, 2018 at 4:18 pm

Following the stabbing attack at a Flushing maternity center, World Journal speaks to past clients of the center, and the husband of suspect Yu Fen Wang.

Jeremy Lin speaks about mental health issues faced by young people. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Jeremy Lin Shares Thoughts on Mental Health

East Asian, Health, Manhattan September 21, 2018 at 6:22 pm

At a screening of “Looking for Luke,” a documentary on the suicide of a Chinese-American student, basketball player Jeremy Lin spoke about the academic pressure he faced growing up and his views on mental health issues affecting young people, reports Sing Tao Daily.

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Chinatown Church Marks 92 Years

East Asian, Manhattan, Religion, Video September 6, 2018 at 4:15 pm

SinoVision English Channel visits the First Chinese Baptist Church, founded 92 years ago in response to Chinatown gang violence.

travel agent Rickie Ye says more Americans and Chinese here are traveling to China because of the weaker Chinese currency. (Photo by Daqi Liu via World Journal)

Effects of China’s Weaker Currency Felt in NYC

Business, East Asian, New York, Queens August 30, 2018 at 4:29 pm

The weaker yuan has prompted more travelers from the U.S. – both American and Chinese – to travel to China, while tourism from China to the U.S. has dropped off, reports World Journal.

Zhang Jing's "Flowers of Life" (Photo from @harrymzhang Instagram)

Chinese Art, Tariffs and a Brooklyn Gallery

Asian, Brooklyn, Culture, New York August 24, 2018 at 4:24 pm

Bushwick Daily reports on a gallery owner in the Brooklyn neighborhood who worries about the impact of 25 percent tariffs on imported Chinese artwork.

47th Assembly District Leader Nancy Tong Nancy Tong (center) and Assemblymember William Colton joined demonstrators in speaking out against anti-Chinese graffiti that appeared in Bensonhurst. (Photo by Zainab Iqbal via Bklyner)

Denouncing Anti-Chinese Graffiti in Bensonhurst

Brooklyn, Crime, East Asian August 6, 2018 at 6:08 pm

At a rally in Bensonhurst, residents and elected officials condemned anti-Chinese graffiti that appeared on storefronts over the weekend, reports Bklyner.

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Alarmed by Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Forest Hills

Business, East Asian, Health, Queens June 28, 2018 at 4:45 pm

Curaleaf, a medical marijuana provider, will open a location in Forest Hills much to the ire of some Chinese residents, reports World Journal.

Yumei Chen, holding a poster with a picture of her family, and her husband's lawyer, Yee Ling Poon, at the June 18 rally. (Photo via Soing Tao Daily)

A Chinese Family Torn Apart by ICE

East Asian, Immigration, New York June 19, 2018 at 12:19 pm

Community supporters and advocacy groups held a rally in Foley Square June 18 to support Xiu Qing You, who was seized by ICE during what he and his wife thought would be a routine meeting with immigration officials overseeing You’s green card application. Sing Tao Daily reports on the rally.

Seniors partaking in BCAA activities in Sunset Park. (photo via Sing Tao Daily)

The 30-Year Saga of the Brooklyn Chinese-American Association

Brooklyn, East Asian, Seniors, Social Services June 18, 2018 at 5:13 pm

Sing Tao Daily looks at 30 years of supporting the Sunset Park community by the Brooklyn Chinese-American Association.

Peter Koo, third from left speaking into mic, and other attendees at the rally June 5 protesting Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal regarding specialized high schools (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Specialized High School Reform Proposal Triggers Outcry

Asian, East Asian, Education, Manhattan, New York June 6, 2018 at 4:54 pm

At a protest by City Hall, Asian students, parents and community leaders described why they oppose Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to reform the admissions process for specialized high schools, reports Sing Tao Daily.

Richard Chow with a photo of his brother Kenny Chow, a taxi driver who died in an apparent suicide. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

The Immigrant Story of the Chinese Taxi Driver Who Took His Life

East Asian, Immigration, Labor, New York May 29, 2018 at 5:37 pm

The brother of Yu Mein “Kenny” Chow, a Chinese taxi driver who died in an apparent suicide, tells Sing Tao Daily about the “enormous pressure” Kenny faced.