Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Aug 31, 2010
Vietnam plans to build nuclear power plants in five provinces by 2030, and needs to train more people with the expertise to work in the industry.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 29, 2010
Unlike some ethnic groups, the Vietnamese community reinvented itself after the hurricane—and learned lessons that are proving critical to its post-BP survival.
China Daily USA, News Report, Posted: Aug 28, 2010
55 Chinese international rescue team, along with their relief aid, arrived at Islamabad on Thursday to help the victims of one of Pakistan's worst natural disasters.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 27, 2010
By framing the flood as a security issue, Pakistan is playing the only card it has—the terror threat—and the U.S. will pay the price.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Aug 26, 2010
A documentary filmmaker discusses how the Vietnamese-Americans of east New Orleans lost their homes in the flood but found their voice.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Aug 20, 2010
After years of renovation, a historic Richmond, CA, swimming pool reopens better—and greener—than ever.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Aug 20, 2010
A new study shows that products from plastics to electronics may be filling our homes with toxic chemicals.
Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Aug 16, 2010
Korean Americans with environmental experience are flocking to work in South Korea, which is spending 2 percent of its GDP on a green agenda.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Aug 15, 2010
Haiti needs to rebuild from the ground up and in the area of health care that means a long term commitment from the international community.
Pacific Citizen, News Report, Posted: Aug 12, 2010
Vietnamese American fishermen face an uncertain future after officials from Louisiana fisheries reopened the Gulf waters.
New Orleans Agenda, News Report, Posted: Aug 10, 2010
Five years after Katrina, the most liberal estimates are that 141,000 fewer people live in the metro New Orleans area.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Aug 06, 2010
Black fishermen are losing millions in revenue, complain of being deprived of recovery jobs and denied payments made to those affected by the spill.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 04, 2010
Ethnic Californians are at the forefront of support for environmental policies in the state, according to a new poll.