The Most Underreported Stories of the Decade

New America Media, News Report, NAM Staff, Posted: Dec 31, 2010

Missed in the news. Editors and publishers of ethnic media pick what they felt were the most underreported stories of the decade.

English Adopts More Chinese Phrases

China Daily USA, News Report, Xiao Xiaoyan , Posted: Dec 30, 2010

In recent years, Western media has adopted more Chinese words and phrases , especially those discussing concepts and phenomena related specifically to China.

Medicaid for Kids: California “Naughty;” 15 Other States “Nice”

New America Media, Op-ed, Kelly Hardy, Posted: Dec 28, 2010

California will forfeit millions in federal money because it failed to sufficiently boost children's enrollment in Medi-Cal.

China Daily Expands Distribution to Houston

China Daily USA, News Report, Posted: Dec 24, 2010

China Daily, China's largest English-language newspaper, has expanded its distribution to Houston, Texas, this month after launching in New York City in February 2009.

Contruction Workers are the New Chinese Faces in Costa Rica

China Daily USA, News Report, Wang Di, Posted: Dec 23, 2010

Chinese construction workers made one of the top newsmakers of the year in Costa Rica after showcasing their efficiency in constructing the Costa Rica National Stadium, the largest stadium in Central America.

Pearl S. Buck, China's Unlikely Heroine

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Posted: Dec 23, 2010

Anchee Min's novel looks at how Pearl S. Buck became a heroine to the Chinese and introduced the West to the East.

North Korea at Economic Crossroads

China Daily USA, News Report, Jin Meihua, Posted: Dec 22, 2010

North Korea has made international headlines for unexpected military and political actions, but what is not being discussed are the economic developments the country has gained over the past year.

The Conversation: A Sophie's Choice for DREAMers and Anger with Obama

New America Media, Video, Richard Rodriguez and Sandip Roy, Posted: Dec 21, 2010

Why the DREAM Act, even if it had passed, would have put students in a bind, and the liberal anger with Obama.

New America Now: The Art of Choosing Health Care

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Posted: Dec 17, 2010

A closer look at the health care battles being waged in courts across the country; how does someone make their most basic choices and how does it affect their lives?

Beijing Dances to the Rhythm of Bollywood

China Daily USA, News Report, Chitralekha Basu, Posted: Dec 16, 2010

While Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is visiting India, a few of thousand Indians settled in China were interviewed to share their experiences living on the other side of the Himalayas.

'Most Nations' Oppose Peace Prize to Liu, China Says

China Daily USA, News Report, China Daily, Posted: Dec 10, 2010

China urges U.S.lawmakers to stop any activities on the Liu Xiaobo issue and to change their arrogant and rude attitude.

Philippines Says Nobel Absence Is Not a Boycott, News Report, Posted: Dec 10, 2010

Manila has come under fire from global human rights advocates who allege that the Philippines government is bowing to pressure from China, a key economic ally.

New America Now: Chinese Culture Travels West, Again

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Posted: Dec 10, 2010

Ethnic Media Watch discusses the early Census results and we talk to a man who works hard to bridge the gap between Asian- and African-Americans.

Philippine Official Denies RP Sending Rep to Nobel Rites

GMA News.TV, News Report, Jam Sisante, Posted: Dec 09, 2010

A Philippine official refutes reports that the country has changed its mind and is sending a representative to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Norway tomorrow after being criticized for its decision to skip the event.

WikiLeaks Reveals China's View of Tibet and Taiwan

Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Posted: Dec 09, 2010

Chinese leaders have different opinions about Taiwan, but they all seem to agree on a tough stance on Tibet.

Two Chinese Among World's Top 25 Philanthropists

Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Posted: Dec 08, 2010

Barron 's, America's premier financial magazine, has selected 25 philanthropists in the world in 2010, and two Chinese people are among them.

Wisdom and Bayonets: Chinese Scholars Reveal Longevity Secrets

Sing Tao Daily/New America Media, News Feature, Rong Xiaoqing, Posted: Dec 07, 2010

Honored at 80, Yung-ping "Bing" Chen recalled his childhood survival of war. He and other Chinese scholars revealed findings—and wisdom—at a recent conference.