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  1. CRCC, CSR Jointly Bid for South Asian High-speed Rail ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | People's Daily Online

    China Railway Construction Corporation and China Sothern Railway are to jointly bid for a south Asian high-speed rail project worth 65 billion yuan. The project will link Kuala Lumpur with Singapore.


  2. Immigrant investor data withheldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Richmond News

    A panel representing around 40 Chinese community groups addressed, mainly in Chinese, a crowd protesting changes to the federal government's investor class fast-track immigration program. Photo by Dennis Page/Special to the News A panel representing around 40 Chinese community groups addressed, mainly in Chinese, a crowd protesting changes to the federal government's investor class fast-track immigration program.


  3. 5 women's rights activists formally detained in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The China Post

    The lawyer of a Chinese women's rights activist said Friday that Beijing police have told him that his clients and four other women activists have been criminally detained for planning to put up anti-sexual harassment posters in three Chinese cities. Lawyer Wang Qiushi, who represents activist Wei Tingting, said police this week told lawyers representing the women that they have been accused of creating a disturbance.


  4. Chinese soccer embarks on new journeyRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 7 | Xinhuanet

    China vows to shake off the tag as a soccer underachiever with an overall reform plan recently endorsed by the Chinese government and a new league season kicking off on Saturday. There have been signs of recovery in the game.


  5. CAAM to honor award winning filmmaker Arthur DongRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 |

    The Center for Asian American Media will recognize OscarA -nominated and three-time Sundance award winning filmmaker Arthur Dong as this year's Spotlight feature. Dong is a San Francisco native who has earned a multitude of prestigious awards for not only his work in film, but also for his public service and is recognized as an inspiration for Asian American filmmakers worldwide.


  6. Flying flag for The Bugle in Birmingham China townRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | Black Country Bugle

    THANK you for appointing me as Bugle Ambassador alongside Dr Brian Dakin and Brendan Hawthorne and now Annette Bradney and Robert Hazel. I first met Brendan in Wednesbury Library for the 2002 Wednesbury Arts Festival and he was running poetry workshops with the late, great Geoff Stevens.


  7. Zen Report: Asians are emotionless robots. SikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Whittier Daily News

    Time to visit a therapist, I told him. “Meh, well, we're different,” he said.


  8. High time to ban tobacco across the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | China Daily

    A man smokes a cigarette near a no-smoking sign in Huai'an, Jiangsu province, on Nov 25, 2014.[Photo/IC] As thousands of delegates converge on Beijing for the annual meetings of China's National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee this week, health is likely to feature prominently in the discussions. There are few issues that are more important to the national political agenda than the health of China's 1.36 billion people.


  9. Review: The Mooncake and the KumaraRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 | NBR Newsroom

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  10. Birth Tourism Industry AcceleratingRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 | Right Wing News

    For the last several years most of the attention to federal immigration policy has been focused on the border, and on lax interior enforcement. But another insidious problem has accelerated, and promises to worsen for as long as it goes unattended: birth tourism, the practice of allowing pregnant foreign nationals to come to the U.S. for the sole purpose of having a U.S. citizen child.


  11. The Fascinating Story Of New Orleans' Two Lost ChinatownsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 | WNYC-AM New York

    ... groups, grocery stores, shops and even a cremation society. In that time, Campanella says that "the local Chinese-American population had become increasingly middle class, more mobile and less dependent on its old enclave." Chinatown lost their ...


  12. The Celestial Menace: Part IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | The Daily Townsman

    The French, Japanese, Italian, Eastern Europeans, First Nations, Afro-Americans and East Indians all suffered varying degrees of bigotry and racism in the early days of Cranbrook but none suffered so blatantly as the Chinese. The quest for gold brought people of all nations to British Columbia, as did the construction of the railway.


  13. Birthing centers mum after raid in CaliforniaRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 | China Daily

    This is the pitch circulated in Chinese online "birth tourism" forums to encourage expectant mothers to get on airplanes and have their babies in the United States. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Tuesday morning raided 20 "birthing centers", or "maternity hotels", to collect evidence for suspected visa and tax fraud.


  14. California 'maternity hotel' operators may face he...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    At least some of the pregnant women from China caught up in raids this week on so-called maternity hotels, catering to foreign mothers-to-be seeking U.S. citizenship for their babies, are still likely to remain long enough in California to give birth on American soil. That's because U.S. immigration officials investigating "Chinese birthing houses" for alleged visa fraud, tax evasion and money laundering hope to coax their clients into providing testimony and evidence against operators of those businesses.


  15. Feds crack down on birth tourism, but it's not illegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | World Magazine

    Traveling to the United States to have a baby just so the child can get a U.S. passport isn't illegal. But the federal government is cracking down on the practice, which births thousands of new citizens every year.


  16. China sets lower 7% growth target for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | CBC News

    Chinese women wearing masks cross the road near the headquarters of the China Central Television headquarters during a hazy day in Beijing. China is struggling to find a way to keep its economy growing without worsening pollution.


  17. Searches focus on rings to help Chinese women have US babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Newsday

    Resident Linda Trust holds her dog while talking to reporters at an upscale apartment complex, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, in Irvine, Calif. Shortly after sunrise, federal agents swarmed the complex in the Orange County where authorities say a birth tourism business charged pregnant women $50,000 for lodging, food and transportation.


  18. When you're Asian and Jewish, you get questionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Rachel Williams celebrates the new year three times: on Dec. 31, on Rosh Hashanah and again on Chinese New Year. That's just how she rolls as a Jewish Chinese American.


  19. Gungho Tavern, the most innovative place in San Francisco, hasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | SFGate

    Thus spoke Capulet upon seeing a lifeless Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet , and it is with a similarly heavy heart that we bid adieu to Gungho Tavern and Ho's Chinese Delivery, a hub of creativity upon Van Ness Avenue if ever there was one. It was, as was written last fall , a brilliant exercise in logic: A long-standing Chinese-American delivery joint, nearly 20 years old, that examined its largely-unused full liquor license and an often-empty restaurant space and decided to convert the room into a laid-back bar with cheap drinks, televisions, so-so food, a ping pong table and 1990s-era hip hop soundtrack.


  20. Federal raid may deter Chinese a maternity tourisma operationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Federal agents Tuesday searched dozens of Southern California locations in what may be the biggest crackdown on so-called maternity tourism operators who charge pregnant Chinese women up to $50,000 to arrange travel to the U.S. on fraudulent travel visas. Once the women arrive they give birth to children who become American citizens and pave the way for their parents to obtain green cards.