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Ron Kim

History Made in NYC Elections

Asian, Demographics, Elections 2012, In the News, Politics November 7, 2012 at 4:11 pm

Victories swept through Chinese, Korean and Albanian New Yorkers as one of their own became the first of their community to attain political office – in Congress for Grace Meng and in the State Assembly for Ron Kim and Mark Gjonaj.

Voices in Focus: GOP Convention Coverage in the Ethnic Press

Elections 2012, Politics September 4, 2012 at 5:09 pm

As the Democratic National Convention gets into full swing, here is a sampling of coverage from the ethnic media of last week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.

Parents and students from the Shuang Wen School protested in support of its former principal yesterday. (Photo by Liu Daqi/World Journal)

Voices in Focus: Parents Rally to Support Former Shuang Wen Principal

Education, Labor April 25, 2012 at 1:25 pm

News that the Department of Education plans to fire the beloved former principal of the Shuang Wen School angered some parents; a new cleaning co-op for Upper Manhattan; immigrant activism highlighted at MetroFocus; and a poll reveals divisions along racial lines among New York City voters.

Number of Korean voters falls

East Asian, In the News, New York, Politics November 14, 2011 at 5:23 pm

The number of Korean Americans registered to vote in New York City has declined by nearly 10 percent over the past year. According to a report released on Nov. 4 by MinKwon Center for Community Action, a non-profit organization, as of the end of October, the total number of KoreanRead More