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  1. Chinese female artists picture Egypt in their paintingsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | China Daily

    Holy Lotus Flower , a work from a Chinese female artist showcased at the exhibition in the Egyptian Embassy in China, July 27, 2016. [Photo/] As the female artists gain a higher profile in China, they are bringing creativeness to traditional Chinese ink painting to make it more expressive.


  2. Feature: A rare rainbow connection in Richmond_1Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Richmond News

    Church helps open doors for all but the LGBTQ community doesn't feel safe being visible in Richmond, says Sandra Nixon Members of Gilmore United Church want to make it clear their doors are open to the LGBTQ community. The church will launch an LGBTQ outreach program in the fall.


  3. Champion of veterans, Edward Chow, Jr., passes awayRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Northwest Asian Weekly

    Edward Chow, Jr., the son of Seattle civic activist and Chinese community pioneer Ruby Chow, died at his home from pancreatic cancer on July 22. "I am deeply saddened by the passing of Secretary Ed Chow, a soldier and a public servant who touched the lives of countless veterans in Maryland," said Maryland Congressman Chris Van Hollen in a statement. Chow was Maryland's Secretary of Veterans Affairs from 2009 to 2015.


  4. Games match friends in table tennis tourneyRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Oak Bay News

    Monterey rec centre plays host this year as camaraderie and competition collide in the sixth annual Friendship Table Tennis Games. The Games are at Monterey Recreation Centre Aug. 11 from around 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., pitting the Oak Bay group against the Silver Threads Chinese team.


  5. Twins Annie and Fannie Wong from Red Bluff celebrate 100 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Red Bluff Daily News

    Red Bluff >> Twins Annie and Fannie Wong, who were born in Red Bluff on July 28, 1916, celebrated their 100th birthday July 16 commemorating the milestone with friends and family at their residence in Sacramento. Annie and Fannie were born identical twins to their father, Tang Foey, who was born in 1889 in Red Bluff, and Yee Yat Hang, who raised their 14 children, seven girls and seven boys, together.


  6. Brooklyn Nets start promoting Jeremy Lin to New York's Chinese and Chinese-American communityRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nets Daily

    Nets reps were in Flushing Tuesday to promote Jeremy Lin's arrival in New York, meeting with local community leaders and explaining what the arrival of Jeremy Lin means for the Nets and New York's Chinese and Chinese-American communities. There are 570,000 New Yorkers with Chinese or Taiwanese heritage and 200,000 of them live in Brooklyn.


  7. Today in History: July 28Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Janesville Gazette

    ... Nations Charter by a vote of 89-2. In 1959, in preparation for statehood, Hawaiians voted to send the first Chinese-American, Republican Hiram L. Fong, to the U.S. Senate and the first Japanese-American, Democrat Daniel K. Inouye, to the U.S. House ...


  8. How a Chinese-Jamaican's family history quest led her to Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Author Gaia Goffe , her mother, Judith Hugh-Goffe, and sister Tao Leigh Goffe at the home of Judith's grandfather in Fan Leng Lau, Hong Kong. Photo: Bruce Yan I DON'T SPEAK PUTONGHUA or Cantonese and know little about China's past or present.


  9. David Henry Hwang and Christopher Chen Chat CAUGHT and More at MOCA TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The Play Company in collaboration with the Museum of Chinese in America is pleased to present a special event tonight, July 28 at 7:00pm. Join them for an evening of play and conversation as they sneak preview PlayCo's next show, Caught by Christopher Chen .


  10. McA to Turn Multi-Racial? No Use, Liow - Stand Up to Corruption-Tainted Najib FirstRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Malaysia Chronicle

    MCA plans to open its doors to non-Chinese Malaysians in the near future, as part of its party transformation plan to broaden its support base. For starters, its Youth wing has been asked to start engaging non-Chinese and have them as "associate members", a move which MCA Youth chief Chong Sin Woon told theSun has been approved in principle by party president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.


  11. Court throws out Chinese bribery...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Samoa News

    Acting Associate Justice Elvis Pila Patea granted the government's motion to dismiss the government's case against Jin Hua Sullivan a Chinese woman, whom the government charged with one count of bribery of a public servant. The motion was filed by Assistant Attorney General Camille Phillipe who in her dismissal motion noted the government's main witnesses have moved off island permanently, which is why the government cannot proceed in this matter.


  12. A Letter From Young Asian Americans To Their Families About Black Lives MatterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | News 88.9 KNPR

    ... Jeronimo Yanez, who is Latino. But in the meantime, Reynolds's testimony gave Christina Xu, a 28-year-old Chinese-American ethnographer who lives in New York City, flashbacks to earlier this year, when many Asian Americans around the country ...


  13. Detective and gambler uniteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gleaner

    SkipTrace is a Hong Kong-Chinese-American action comedy directed by Renny Harlin, produced by, starring and based on a story by Jackie Chan.


  14. the Chinese Dilemma in Malaysia: Pushed Around, Marginalized & Now Shrinking in NumbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Malaysia Chronicle

    According to the latest figures of the Statistics Department, the country's population rises to 31.7 million in 2016, up by half a million from last year's. Of this, bumiputras make up 68.6% , followed by the Chinese at 23.4% and the Indians at a mere 7% .


  15. Hop AlleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Denver Westword

    ... in-house. The name Hop Alley honors Denver's original Chinatown, but the cuisine wanders far from standard Chinese-American fare, with cumin-tinged lamb sandwiches called rou jia mo from Shaanxi province; tongue-buzzing spices from Sichuan; and ...


  16. The Flower-Filled Photos of Hmong Women on Dating SitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Hyperallergic

    ... Twin Cities. These days he's narrowed his focus with a book project, , a series of stories and portraits of Chinese-American immigrants, adoptees, and his fellow American-born Chinese - sometimes referred to as ABC's. Together Her's and Wing's ...


  17. Q&A: How do Ordinary Japanese View China?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | China Digital Times

    With historically tense relations between China and Japan on high display in recent years amid China's increased assertion of disputed territorial rights in the South and East China Seas , young author Dai Zhengyang decided to organize man-on-the-ground interviews with ordinary Japanese citizens. Dai, who works for a legal office in Beijing, wrote up the responses with his signature humor and honesty, and shared the results on Weibo : : Question and answer-This is an edited Q&A.


  18. Reshaping populations: Reflecting on the Chinese Immigration ActRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | The Asian Pacific Post

    July 1, 2016 marks 93 years since the Chinese Immigration Act came into force, which marked the culmination of a decades-long initiative to limit Chinese immigration to Canada. The Chinese head tax already existed to discourage immigration.


  19. How Asian Americans Became DemocratsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | The American Prospect

    The last two decades have seen a major shift in the party preferences of Asian Americans, but they're still not deeply engaged in civic life. s a force at the ballot box, Asian Americans caught the media's attention in 2012, when exit polls showed that they supported Barack Obama with 73 percent of their votes, a level exceeded only by African Americans.


  20. Tradition and warm beaches: modern coastal gem makes ideal business and holiday destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 |

    Visitors should consider going to Nanputuo Temple, a Buddhist temple dating back more than 1,500 years, and Gulangyu, an islet just off the coast Xiamen is one of China's best-kept secrets. Long a successful port on the country's southeast coast, Xiamen was also the departure point for thousands of migrants out of China and the first stop for many a foreign trader.