“I Love Dance” studio in New York offers K-pop dance classes to a variety of of students, The Korea Times reports.
SinoVision speaks to Chinese MFA student Lisha Jiang about perceptions of comic illustrations and creating them for a living in the U.S. and China.
The Japanese New Year was celebrated with family activities at Japan Society on Jan. 25, one of many CelebrAsia NYC events planned for early 2015.
A New Jersey high school teacher is publishing a series of children’s books told through the eyes of an African-American boy and his Korean taekwondo instructor, reports Korea Daily.
Chinese students are posting an 11-minute documentary and other videos to a YouTube channel to show cultural differences between them and U.S. students, Sing Tao Daily reports.
In Chinatown, many say that Sheldon Silver did well for the community and they believe him innocent of charges, Sing Tao Daily reports.
Korean community organizations and the Korean Consulate General are providing aid in the wake of the fire in Edgewater, New Jersey, that destroyed most of the Avalon apartment complex, reports The Korea Times. Twenty percent of the residents are of Korean descent.
The 7 train that serves Flushing, plagued by construction delays, will have normal service during the Lunar New Year in February, World Journal reports.
A New York-based Korean association is launching a campaign, The Korea Times reports, to encourage Americans to use the term “Lunar New Year” rather than “Chinese New Year” to refer to the celebration, which falls on Feb. 19 this year.
In “Tala,” Korean-Chilean playwright Kyoung H. Park blends stories of couples around the time of Sept. 11 – of 1973 in Chile and 2001 in the U.S. – who get tangled up in conflicts of identity, government and immigration, reports Downtown Express.
More people not of Korean background are taking Korean language lessons, schools in the city report to The Korea Times.
Some wonder, reports Sing Tao Daily, whether a Long Island Chinatown will be developed, given the recent growth of the Chinese population and brisk sales of homes to Chinese buyers.
A new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan offers a window on Japan for NYC kids.
With the market for Korean customers saturated, Korean businesses in NY are hiring Chinese speakers and advertising directly to Chinese customers, The Korea Times reports.
Japanese artist Shu Ohno makes sculptures from toys and other found objects and calls them “The Doodles.”