S. Korean Youth Weigh in on ‘The Interview’
 

S. Korean Youth Weigh in on ‘The Interview’

New America Media, Interview, Posted: Dec 18, 2014

South Korean youth share their reactions to the comedy "the Interview," which has been cancelled due to threats believed to have come from North Korea.

Korean Air VP Delays Flight Over Macadamia Nuts

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Dec 09, 2014

The vice president of Korean Air Lines Co. is under investigation after she reportedly forced a plane to return to the gate over “nut rage,” according to Bloomberg.

 

Rabble Rouser Transforming Politics in Little Saigon

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Posted: Dec 09, 2014

This week, Bao Nguyen takes office as mayor of Garden Grove, some 14 years after being rejected by his own community of Little Saigon.

Sure, Let’s Pardon Mark Wahlberg for His Violent, Racist Past

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Dec 08, 2014

The actor, who went to prison as a teenager for partially blinding a man, deserves a second chance—as do all the men of color who’ve been convicted of felonies.

Writer-Blogger Nguyen Quang Lap Arrested in Vietnam

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Dec 08, 2014

A writer who’s also one of Vietnam’s popular bloggers was arrested Dec. 6 afternoon following a lengthy police search of his home in Ho Chi Minh City, according to his friends and family. Nguyen Quang Lap, who calls himself Bo Lap, and is the owner of the blog Que Choa, was reportedly charged with “abusing democratic freedoms” under the ambiguous and overbroad Article 258 of the Vietnamese Penal Code.

The Bar Is Closed: TBS Canceled the Sitcom Co-Created by Korean/Irish American comic Steve Byrne

 

Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Dec 06, 2014

After three seasons, TBS on Nov. 20 canceled the sitcom co-created by Korean/Irish American comic Steve Byrne, who starred as a corporate lawyer who gives up his job in New York to take over his parents’ working-class bar in Pittsburgh.

 

No ‘Executive Action’ for Environmental Migrants

 

New America Media, News Report, Jenny Manrique, Posted: Dec 06, 2014

Global migration experts say the number of cross-border “environmental migrants” is certain to grow, with little to no legal framework for absorbing them.

 

Filipino Elders Air Concerns on New State Health Program

 

INQUIRER.net/New America Media , News Feature, Jun Nucum, Posted: Dec 06, 2014

Low-income elders like Filipina Crisanta Allas, 87, must decide whether to join a new California health plan with good benefits, but important trade-offs.

 

DACA Medi-Cal -- A Lifeline for Young Samoan With Bone Disease

 

New America Media, Video, Text: Viji Sundaram / Video: Tudor Stanley, Posted: Dec 05, 2014

For more than two decades, Tali Seumanutafa, battled a recurring bone infection, first in her native Samoa, and then in Hawaii and California.

Chol Soo Lee, Who Sparked Early Pan-Asian American Movement, Dies at 62

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Dec 04, 2014

Chol Soo Lee, a Korean American whose wrongful conviction in a 1973 San Francisco murder case galvanized a historic pan-Asian American movement to win his freedom, died Tuesday at age 62. He passed away after complications related to surgery, according to friends.

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