The 7 train that serves Flushing, plagued by construction delays, will have normal service during the Lunar New Year in February, World Journal reports.
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.
The mosque would have given the 400-strong South Asian and African congregation a permanent home, reports Queens Courier.
City Council member Ruben Wills will offer expanded legal services to immigrants, Queens Courier reports.
A year after a notorious incident, Korean seniors feel more welcome at the McDonald’s on Parsons Boulevard in Flushing, The Korea Times reports.
Lyla Black won a TAGIE Award for the plush toy monsters she first envisioned at the age of three. The Jewish Daily Forward sits down with the Astoria native they call “America’s youngest Jewish toymaker.”
A parade of aging soccer players meet at a Queens middle school to relish in the joy of playing, El Diario reports.
Close circuit video was released confirming that a McDonald’s employee assaulted a Korean senior last February, Korea Daily reports.
In New York, there was widespread horror at the Taliban attack Dec. 16 that left more than 140 dead at the Army Public School in Peshawar.
Reaction within the Chinese community to plans for the redevelopment of West Flushing are mostly positive, World Journal reports.
India Home, a senior center that offers culturally sensitive care and activities for South Asians, recently opened its fourth location in New York.
In his memoir Kenan Trebinčević confronts the war and people of his childhood homeland. And it starts off with a lounge in Astoria named after a Yugoslavian leader, reports Queens Chronicle.
Community representatives are requesting input on city plans to rezone the Flushing Creek area for residential development, Queens Courier reports.
Wan Soo Lee, fulfilled a dream and studied to be a doctor in the Dominican Republic. One third of the Korean pediatrician’s patients are Hispanic, Korea Daily reports.
The Queens Museum exhibited works of Chinese art group Polit Sheer Form Office, which draw on the artists’ experiences growing up in a collective society. reports SinoVision.