API Community Expresses Grief, Frustration Following Donnie Chin’s Murder

International Examiner, News Report, Posted: Jul 27, 2015

Donnie Chin, director of International District Emergency Center (IDEC), was killed by gunfire early Thursday morning, July 23, while in his car at 8th Avenue and South Lane Street in the International District.


BOSTON: Rents Put Squeeze on Black, Chinese Elders


Bay State Banner/New America Media , News Report, Sandra Larson , Posted: Jul 13, 2015

Boston’s African American South End and Chinatown have been hard hit as luxury units displace affordable apartments, forcing out many elders.


For Chinese Elders, Hospitals Innovate With Language, Staff--and Video Games


World Journal/New America Media , News Feature, Richard Lee, Posted: Jul 08, 2015

Older Chinese immigrants find U.S. health care challenging, but San Francisco-area hospitals created new programs, including one using video games.

New York Holds Public Hearing on Possible Rent Increases


Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Xiaoqing Rong/Sing Tao Daily, Translated by Shuran Huang/New America Media, Posted: Jun 18, 2015

New York City’s Rent Guidelines Board held a public hearing last week about possible rent increases for rent-stabilized apartments.




New America Media, News Report, Sandy Close, Posted: Jun 01, 2015

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Language, Culture Prevent Chinese Seniors From Accessing Health Services


World Journal/New America Media , News Feature, Richard Lee, Posted: Apr 14, 2015

A study found Chinese seniors aware of heart risks, but most avoid U.S. medicine, deterred by language and cultural barriers. One answer: more Chinese doctors.


GENTRIFIED: Oakland’s Chinatown Seniors Hope to Age in Place


Oakland Local/New America Media , News Feature, Laura McCamy, Posted: Apr 06, 2015

In Oakland’s Chinatown affordable housing is increasingly hard to find. As seniors live longer, “we still can’t catch up” to their need, says one expert.


GENTRIFIED: Nonprofits Help Keep Roofs Over Oakland Elders’ Heads


Oakland Local/New America Media , News Analysis, Laura McCamy, Posted: Apr 05, 2015

Like many lower-income retirees in urban areas experiencing technology booms, Oakland seniors are struggling to keep a roof over their heads.


Suffering in Silence-Mental Health & Older Asian American Immigrants


Asian Fortune/New America Media , News Feature, Jenny Chen , Posted: Mar 27, 2015

Older Immigrants from Asia come to the U.S. to help with their grandchildren. Many eventually face isolation and the cultural stigma of mental illness. But new programs offer help.


'Age of Dignity' Author, Caregivers Call for Home-Worker & Immigrant Rights


New America Media, News Report, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Mar 09, 2015

Author and MacArthur “genius” Ai-Jen Poo joined eldercare workers to call for job rights and immigration reform as they serve a fast-aging U.S. population.

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