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  1. Pain lingers from Chinese couple's murderRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | China Daily

    The conviction of a man in the first-degree murders of a young Chinese couple is not enough to ease the pain of the victims' friends and families. Qu Ming and Wu Ying, both 23 and engineering graduate students at the University of Southern California , were shot to death ambush-style during a robbery April 12 in Los Angeles.


  2. Chinese-American runs for US SenateRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | China Daily

    Susan Lee, a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, who will run for the state Senate on Nov 4, speaks to supporters at a fundraiser in Rockville on Tuesday. "Chinese-Americans nowadays are increasingly getting involved in the American political process, whether they are voting for candidates that support our community, or running for themselves," said Susan C. Lee, who has served in the Maryland House of Delegates since 2002 and is running for a state Senate seat.


  3. Kindness Really Does Make You More AttractiveRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Switched

    If teen movies have anything to say about it, the hottest people are usually also the meanest, while the nice guys are the ones who can't get a date. But according to some rather encouraging new research, an attractive personality may be one of the most important factors in perceived beauty.


  4. Blessing Scam Targets Chinese CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | LAPD Blog

    Disclaimer: The LAPDonline.orgA website has made reasonable efforts to provide an accurate translation. However, no automated or computerized translation is perfect and is not intended to replace human or traditional translation methods.


  5. Taiwan, China expatriate groups may hold joint celebrationsRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    "Following a diplomatic truce between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, there is a mounting call for a cross-strait truce on the front of expatriate affairs, " said Jen Hong, vice minister of the Cabinet-level Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission. According to Jen, Chinese President Hu Jintao told Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung during Wu's visit to Beijing in May that Beijing and Taipei's decision to end their longstanding rivalry for diplomatic allies should be extended to the affairs of expatriates of the Chinese descent living overseas.


  6. Language now a barrier to healthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | China Daily

    ... Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. "There's a diversity of languages spoken within the Chinese-American community. You can speak Mandarin, you can speak Cantonese, so that becomes a question of translation and there's confusion ...


  7. Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 8 Recap: Not His Father's SonRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Hollywood Gossip

    In case it wasn't clear prior to Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 8 , it's painfully apparent now: Jury made this point directly to the SAMCRO President, immediately prior to Jax proving his point by shooting his fellow MC member in the head. Did Jury reach for his gun? Yes.


  8. Yingchao ZhangRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | West Windsor & Plainsboro News

    I am writing to endorse Yingchao "YZ" Zhang to become a member of the WW-P Board of Education. He first demonstrated his community building ability to me as a liaison for Chinese communities and the West Windsor Arts Council, where I've been a board member.


  9. Many more mouths to fillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Mercury

    FOODSHOCK is a term used by some to describe an impending disaster in the order of magnitude of the global financial crisis. The concept has been around for decades and is premised on an expectation global food production will not be able to meet demand as the world's population increases and becomes more wealthy.


  10. Man found guilty of murder in 2012 shooting of 2 USC grad studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chicago Tribune

    Officials escort Javier Bolden, 22, back into court. A jury found Bolden guilty Monday of first-degree murder in the 2012 shooting deaths of two graduate students who were killed while sitting in a parked car near USC.


  11. Revenge of the Green DragonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Chicago Sun-Times

    ... sad fact of life. They're boisterous, trigger-happy stereotypes, the kind of preening tough guys that taunt Chinese-American cops by accusing them of cronyism and collusion. These guys claim to be different than the five other major gangs in Queens, ...


  12. Film Review: 'Revenge of the Green Dragons'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Orlando Sentinel

    A movie that only comes to life -- and then just barely -- in its moments of tooth-pulling, finger-slicing, gut-twisting violence, "Revenge of the Green Dragons" offers a flashy but unrewarding intro to the vicious Chinese-American youth gangs that ran amok in Queens in the 1980s and '90s. The latest and least in a series of baton passes between Martin Scorsese and the Hong Kong film industry , this crudely made thriller plays like a stilted Cantonese riff on organized-crime cliches, substituting blood and brutality for novelty or insight.


  13. BEIJING: Poll finds Chinese women want better sex livesRead the original story

    Monday | Asia News Network

    A 55-year-old woman with short curls, a pearl coat and dark blue skirt, walks briskly through the crowds in Renmin Square in Shanghai and passes the driveway to a hotel. In a quiet suite decorated in warm colours, her psychosexual therapist is waiting.


  14. Non-Malay students 'Worse Than Bangladeshis'? Then what have national ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Malaysia Chronicle

    Rojak: As with so many criticisms of vernacular schools, this one fails to see that the main problem lies with national schools. The 604 respondents in the survey mentioned by Utusan Malaysia include youngsters who attended national secondary schools.


  15. Bookmarks: Death of PeonyRead the original story

    Monday | The Towerlight

    Lisa See, author of "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan," captures Chinese culture in a way few others have. If you're unfamiliar with Lisa See's work, you are depriving yourself of emotional and intense stories.


  16. Chinese invest in 'trophy' hotels worldwide.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | 4 Hoteliers

    The Paris Marriott Hotel Champs Elysees is the latest landmark hotel to switch to Chinese ownership following a US $467.27 million deal, which transfers ownership of the iconic property to Hong Kong-based investor Kai Yuan Holdings. China is the world's fastest growing travel market.


  17. Paper Profits: China's King of Personal Hygiene ProductsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 |

    I have been a contributing writer of Forbes Asia magazine since March 2009. Previously, I was a staff writer with Forbes, producing stories for its global website and magazines that covered a wide spectrum of regional topics, including macroeconomic, corporate, and political issues.


  18. Chinese Blessing Ceremony Hoax Targeting Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 |

    The Los Angeles Police Department's Asian Crime Unit seeks to inform the public about a recent rash of "Blessing" scams targeting the Chinese community. The victims are contacted by the first suspect, a Chinese female, who claims to be a psychic and offers to tell the victims their fortune free of charge.


  19. Letter: Elect Zhang to West Windsor-Plainsboro school boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | The Jersey Journal

    West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North graduation at Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, on June 2012. I have known Mr. Zhang for six years and we have worked together in many events and activities in the local Chinese community.


  20. This Shampoo Ad Is Lovely and All, but Can It Really Stop Couples From Getting Divorced?Read the original story

    Monday Oct 27 | Adweek

    If you're looking for a "no more tears" kind of shampoo commercial, I'd skip this nearly five-minute Chinese ad for Procter & Gamble's Rejoice from Leo Burnett Hong Kong. It's all about making viewers cry over true love and silky, shiny hair! Filmed in lush black and white by director David Tsui, the spot - a sensation in Asia, with this version reportedly being viewed more than 40 million times in the past month - tells the story of a young couple on the brink of divorce.