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  1. Concern on Chinese workersRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Examiner

    The Examiner was contacted by an abattoir employee who said the workers had bypassed the abattoir's next-in-line promotion arrangement and had been placed into permanent skilled positions. JBS Australia chief executive John Berry said a high staffing turnover and lack of experience at the site were the reasons for introducing the Chinese men.


  2. Ever heard of the Hakka people?Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Richmond News

    Hakka Chinese Jamaicans, Carol Yap-Chung, left, a Richmond resident, and Carol Williams-Wong, author of a book about Hakka Chinese. Photo by Joanna D. Yang Hakka Chinese Jamaicans, Carol Yap-Chung, left, a Richmond resident, and Carol Williams-Wong, author of a book about Hakka Chinese.


  3. Community mourns lossRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    HOLLAND Seeto will not only be missed by his loved ones and those who knew him personally but also by the Yat Sen School board and the Chinese Education Community. In an interview with this newspaper yesterday the Chinese Education Community president Newton Yuen said they were devastated by the sudden death of a respected and loved community member.


  4. This is Where You Should Be Going in ChinatownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Bold Italic

    Growing up in Los Angeles in the '90s, Chinatown was that dodgy area near downtown that no one really wanted to go to - save for the forced field trip at school or an uneducated run for dim sum. It wasn't always like that.


  5. Jennifer Mao of Jericho Joins Homes By Mara Realty of SyossetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 |

    Syosset, NY; Jericho, NY; January 28, 2015 - Homes By Mara Realty of Syosset, NY is pleased to announce Jennifer Mao of Jericho, NY as its newest licensed salesperson. New to the real estate sector, Mao, who moved to the United States in 1986 from China and is currently a full time senior programming analyst at St. John's University in Queens, NY, is excited to be embrace residential real estate as a second career.


  6. A Chinaman's chance: The immigrant's journey - Eric Liu on race, immigration, and citizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northwest Asian Weekly

    On Jan. 14, University of Washington School of Law held a question and answer session with Eric Liu, founder of Citizen University, interviewed by Robert Chang, director of the Korematsu Center. The interview between these two law professors engaged on the topic of race, immigration, and citizenship.


  7. New book looks to teach children folklore of Chinese ZodiacRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | China Daily

    Newly released The Great Race: How the Chinese Zodiac Came to Be is a children's book that teaches kids about the folklore behind the 12 Chinese zodiac signs. PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY Most people know what zodiac sign they were born under, but many likely don't know the folklore behind the 12 animals that make up the Chinese Zodiac.


  8. USC student-murder case grinds onRead the original story

    Yesterday | China Daily

    A public hearing in the case of the July 24, 2014 murder of Chinese USC graduate student Ji Xinran took place at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal JusticeCenter in Los Angeles on Thursday morning. Three of the four defendants - Jonathan Del Carmen, 19, Alberto Ochoa, 18, and Alejandra Guerro, 16 - were present in the courtroom.


  9. Yesteryear: Charlie Lum, Jade Restaurant helped shape KingmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Kingman Daily Miner

    A 1950s postcard of the Jade Restaurant. The building still stands on Andy Devine next to the Arcadia Motel.


  10. China's Bridget Jones bachelorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    CHINA's bachelors are in crisis. There just aren't enough women to go around. With 120 men for every 100 women, these singletons are desperate for a date.


  11. Free of gilt, sports get a breath of fresh airRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | China Daily

    Former Chinese gymnastics world champion Zhang Shangwu shows his medals on the street in Beijing, 15 July 2011. Zhang, a gold-medal winner at the 2001 Beijing Universiade, retired because of injuries and later started busking in Beijing.


  12. The F.A.'s Crash Course For Dave Whelan In Not Being A Racist DopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Can't Stop The Bleeding

    "There is no standard course; it is tailored to each individual," says England Football Association inclusion education advisor Chris Gibbons of the special diversity training he's meant to provide to Wigan Chairman Dave Whelan , currently serving a 6-week ban for his comments regarding Jews and the Chinese . As Gibbons explains to The Guardian's David Conn , "At the end, we encourage people to think about positive things they could say publicly."


  13. Temple Sinai has a new senior rabbiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Jewish News Weekly

    ... Mike Baker. "I'm not your stereotypical rabbi," Mates-Muchin, 40, told J., adding that she's the first Chinese-American rabbi in the world. Though she did not throw her hat into the ring after Rabbi Steven Chester retired in 2011, when the position ...


  14. Smorgasbord of shows opens on Twin Cities stagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Star Tribune

    ... written while Hwang was an undergraduate at Stanford, mines cultural stereotypes and biases as established Chinese-American immigrants mock newer arrivals. Mu Performing Arts first staged it as a tour of Chinese restaurants last summer. For Frida's ...


  15. Dishing up a stir-fry empireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Peggy Cherng, 66, is co-chair and co-chief executive of Panda Restaurant Group, one of the most recognizable Chinese restaurant chains in the world. The Rosemead-based firm, which owns Panda Express, operates 1,800 eateries and employs 26,000 people.


  16. Futsal contest to highlight Chinese New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    THE Davao Chinatown Development Council invited Thursday the Dabawenyos to join the Chinese community in celebrating the Chinese New Year on February 18-19. Jasper Huang, spokesperson for Chinatown Council, said this year's celebration will be merrier as the council will hold its first-ever Chinese New Year futsal competition.


  17. Chinese Woman Sues Government Over Forced AbortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Voice of America

    A nurse examines "Nancy" Yin, three-months pregnant, at an abortion clinic run by Marie Stopes International in Xi'an in central China's Shaanxi province. Chinese protesters have long petitioned the central government for help and to address wrongs committed by local officials in their home communities.


  18. Pacific Symphony Partners with Bowers Museum for Feast for the Senses, 2/7Read the original story

    Thursday |

    Orange County, Calif.-Jan. 28, 2015- Pacific Symphony, in partnership with Bowers Museum, presents "A Feast for the Senses," an enchanting evening of Chinese music, dining and discovery surrounding the Bowers' current special exhibition, "China's Lost Civilization: The Mystery of Sanxingdui." An upscale and one-of-a-kind experience, guests are treated to a fusion of music and history as Symphony musicians are interwoven between mysterious artifacts, performing music curated by Chinese American composer Huang Ruo and featuring world-renowned pipa player Zhou Yi.


  19. Rich Chinese pick Apple as gifts choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | China Daily

    The Apple logo is pictured inside the newly opened Omotesando Apple store at a shopping district in Tokyo June 26, 2014. [Photo/Agencies] Expenditure on gift-giving by wealthy Chinese fell 5 percent last year, taking to 30 percent the decline since 2013, according to the Chinese Luxury Consumer Survey 2015 released by the Hurun Report on Thursday.


  20. A bolder Barnard for transgender studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Columbia Spectator

    By only a sliver does Barnard fail to represent transgender students, despite the acceptance of zero trans women each year. Consider that 0.3 percent of American adults are transgender, as reported by a 2011 study done at the Williams Institute at UCLA .