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  1. 'Forbidden City' Revisits Little Known Era of Asian-American EntertainmentRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Voice of America

    ... opened in 1938, was called Forbidden City after the imperial palace in China. It was part of a flourishing Chinese-American nightclub scene in the 1940s and 50s that paved the way for future Asian-American performers who defied racial and cultural ...


  2. Chinese men sentenced for trying to smuggle military sensors from AlbuquerqueRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KRQE Albuquerque

    Two Chinese nationals are going to prison for trying to smuggle military sensors from Albuquerque back to China. Wentong Cai and his cousin, Bo Cai, came to Albuquerque where they tried to buy 20 military communication sensors which are heavily regulated by the feds.


  3. Rep sets anniversary events the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... REP: Jeff Liu directs a staged reading of Philip W. Chung's based-in-fact play. The piece focuses on two Chinese-American consultants who were hired by director D.W. Griffith for his 1919 film "Broken Blossoms," after the legendary filmmaker was ...


  4. Arcadia Asian group says LAPD revoked rally permit and violated their rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Whittier Daily News

    Ray Chen, Board of Directors of HQH Chinese American Equalization Association speaking to media. HQH Chinese American Equalization Association members are upset that their planned Saturday protest downtown expecting over 1,000 people, has been canceled by the LAPD.


  5. Top Lehigh Valley events include BLOOM!, Paws on the PromenadeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    Highlights include live bands; local food vendors, a Market Bounty Art Show and Auction; a silent auction featuring "agri-ventures" and a cash bar by Maxim's 22. 2 Watch dogs put their best paws forward during the ninth annual Paws on the Promenade, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley. The event, which raises funds and awareness for local animal shelters, features pet-related organizations; free Fido Photos by Dan's Camera City; special offers at select stores; and activities such as doga for $10, Paint with your Pet for $18 or $25 and a free Kids & K9s Costume Contest .


  6. Chinese votes for BN important' Liow: We can tell PAS we reject hudud planRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Star Online

    ROMPIN: Although the number of Chinese voters in Rompin is only 1,352, a show of unity by voting Barisan Nasional in the by-election can be a signal of rejection of PAS' hudud plan, said MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai. The Rompin by-election, he said, could be an indicator to the country that the Chinese community did not support hudud.


  7. Hong Kong start-up to bet millions on hedge fund run by artificial intelligenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    A financial tech start-up based in Hong Kong will soon launch a hedge fund in the US managed by artificial intelligence. Ben Goertzel, co-founder and chief scientist of the venture, called Aidyia, said there will be millions of US dollars in the fund when it starts trading in US equities in June.


  8. Chinese mourn passing of US officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | China Daily

    Edward Tracey, 45, a police captain with San Leandro Police Department, received numerous wishes from Chinese supporters before he died on April 14. PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY A Chinese-American police captain, who recently died after a six-year-battle with cancer, was remembered by Chinese supporters, including policemen, journalists and Chinese in other countries. Edward Tracey, 45, immigrated to the United States from Hong Kong at a young age and began his law enforcement career in 1987.


  9. 2015 Sing For Your Heart GalaRead the original story

    Thursday | BlogTO

    The annual Sing For Your Heart Gala celebrates its 25th anniversary and its ongoing dedication in bringing awareness to heart disease and stroke directly affecting the Chinese Canadian population. Organized by the Chinese Canadian Council of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the 2015 Sing for Your Heart Gala is an annual black tie event that raises funds for research and heart health promotion in the Chinese community.


  10. Chinatown Decoded: Why Is That Art Gallery Under a Dry Cleaner's?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Francisco Magazine

    Editor's Note: This is one of many stories about the Chinese-American city that San Francisco is publishing over the next month, all part of the April 2015 Chinese Issue. To peruse the rest of the issue's contents, and to read stories as they become available online, click here .


  11. Green Street BandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Francisco Magazine

    Editor's Note: This is one of many stories about the Chinese-American city that San Francisco is publishing over the next month, all part of the April 2015 Chinese Issue. To peruse the rest of the issue's contents, and to read stories as they become available online, click here .


  12. General Debate 24 April 2015Read the original story

    Thursday | Kiwiblog

    So on Sunday, when a lawman was caught on video snatching a woman's cellphone in South Gate as she recorded and smashing it on the floor, it was with relief that South Gate police said the officer wasn't one of their own but a deputy U.S. marshal. Paez said Tuesday that the men had noticed her recording moments earlier and began to back up toward her to block her view.


  13. Family Planning, Chinese StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Real Clear Politics

    China's one-child policy is frequently framed as an economic and social imperative, implemented not willfully, but rather as a necessity. Those favoring this argument often fail to acknowledge that the supposed necessity of state-sanctioned birth control came after decades of Mao Zedong dictating that the population give birth to hordes of children, so they could prop up the numbers of the People's Liberations Army and contribute to the country's labor drive.


  14. Furious 7 on track to be tops in ChinaRead the original story

    Thursday | China Daily

    ... as directed by Malaysian-Chinese director James Wan, and four of the previous installments were directed by Chinese-American director Justin Lin.


  15. HBO's James Brown Docu, Fox's 'Cosmos' Among Peabody Award WinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deadline

    HBO's Mr. Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown and Fox's Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey are among the documentary, education and public service Peabody Award winners announced today. Cartoon Network's Adventure Time and Disney Junior's preschooler series, Doc McStuffins also were honored.


  16. Saving ChinatownRead the original story

    Thursday | Lethbridge Herald

    The Save Chinatown Lethbridge team is continuing to fundraise and work to renovate the Bow on Tong and Kwong on Lung buildings in Lethbridge's historic Chinatown. At present the group is conducting a crowd-funding campaign through Indiegogo .


  17. Love interruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    ... Sierra ventures in new directions with this show about young love interrupted by World War II, between a Chinese-American boy and a Japanese-American girl. The boy's father (a stern Chinese Nationalist) despises everything Japanese, so young son ...


  18. Public Safety: Witness in birth-tourism case arrested by feds at LaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Press-Enterprise

    A Chinese woman, a federal witness in an ongoing investigation into the birth tourism industry, is under arrest after trying to leave the U.S. with her newborn American son. Ying Wu, 31, was taken into custody April 15 at Los Angeles International Airport by Homeland Security Investigations agents as she, her husband and the baby prepared to board a plane to Beijing.


  19. Review: Brickhouse Asian Grill serves up elegant fusion cuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... during our meal. The "fusion" menu tips its hat to a wide geographical swath of Asian cuisine. Chinese and Chinese-American favorites share space with Thai-influenced stir-fries, curries and a variety of Korean tacos. The dining room has a, let's ...


  20. Salinas Asian Festival supports Chinatown renewalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Monterey County Herald

    The free festival, hosted by the Asian Cultural Experience, highlights the histories and cultures of the Chinese, Japanese and Filipino communities who have lived, worked and gathered in Salinas' Chinatown since the 1890s. It's also part of a campaign supporting the renewal of the neighborhood, a 12-square-block area bordered by North Main Street, East Rossi Street, Sherwood Drive and East Front Street.