New Yorker Bishnu Man Pradhan lost 17 members of his family as an auspicious religious celebration turned deadly on April 25.
Several unions and community organizations are advocating to make CUNY tuition-free again, El Diario reports.
SinoVision attends the debut solo exhibition of Chinese artist Hung Yao, who started out in traditional Chinese brush painting before developing the “snapline” technique to add innovative elements to his work.
According to a report in El Diario, the new programs to bring the NYPD closer to the community are working as planned.
Semiconductor design engineer Sudipta Bhawmik produces an audio podcast that tells the stories of the ancient Indian epic, the “Mahabharata,” in part to pass the epic on to young Indian Americans, he tells Desi Talk.
Trinidadian history comes to life in the musical “Flambeaux.”
House cleaners in Williamsburg ask for a raise to $15 per hour, resting time and adequate cleaning materials and protection, El Diario reports.
The students are getting younger and younger at Korean language schools in the New York metropolitan area, The Korea Times reports.
Young adults on probation helped to create a mural in Brownsville intended to boost community spirits and “flip” others’ impressions of the neighborhood, reports Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Members of the Chinese and Korean communities reacted swiftly to Jeb Bush’s “anchor babies” remarks, stories in Sing Tao Daily and The Korea Times report.
Jeb Bush Jr. visited Chinatown on Aug. 21 – before his father’s controversial remarks concerning “anchor babies” – to campaign among Chinese Republicans in the community, reports World Journal in a couple of articles.
“No Le Digas A Nadie” (Don’t Tell Anyone) follows the life of Angy Rivera as she goes from an undocumented immigrant to a DACA recipient and will be screened Sept. 2 in Long Island City, reports Queens Courier.
The Mexican Consulate and OSHA have created an alliance to prevent abuse of Mexican laborers in the tri-state area, El Diario reports.
Two articles in World Journal explore, respectively, a new network to address mental health issues in the Chinese community and one psychologist’s account of stresses experienced by some members of the community.
Sixty-five students studied Urdu in Brooklyn this summer in a program meant to help connect them with their families, reports Kensington BK.