Dong A Daily, News Report, Posted: Jan 31, 2011
Five Somali pirates, now detained in the South Korean port city of Busan, are said to be enjoying the country's hospitality, reports the Korean-language Dong-a Daily
Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Jan 31, 2011
Asian women hesitate to address sexual health issues. More work is needed in terms of education and increasing the lines of communication.
MediaPost, News Report, Posted: Jan 29, 2011
Google has created a "specialist team" to focus on the U.S. Latino market.
AsianWeek, News Report, Posted: Jan 29, 2011
Asian Americans are disproportionately affected by the housing bubble because of population concentrations in markets such as Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.
El Diario/La Prensa, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
A jury issued a split verdict Thursday against three former police officers accused of obstructing justice in the probe of a fatal beating of an immigrant.
El Diario/La Prensa, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
An op-ed in El Diario/La Prensa argues that Obama must not lose sight of his promise to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
Peru has elected its first ever Korean mayor, reports the Korea Times. Hung-won Jung declared victory in local elections last week in the city of Chan-chamayo, some 300 miles east of Peru’s capital, Lima.
http://iamkoream.com/, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
The 21 crew members included eight South Koreans, two Indonesians and 11 sailors from Myanmar.
Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
A Vietnamese government decree that will take effect next month spells out new penalties for those who obstruct or fail to cooperate with the media.
Latina Magazine, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
When President Obama gives his State of the Union address tonight, two Latinos will be seated beside him in Michelle Obama's guest box.
World Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
An immigrant Chinese woman is threatening to withdraw her husband's green card petition for abusing her.
Vietam Review, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
The Vietnam government intensified its repression of activists and dissidents during 2010, and cracked down harshly on freedom of expression, association, and assembly, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2011.
Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Jan 24, 2011
More South Korean youngsters were getting special study permits to take English lessons while in the Philippines, the Bureau of Immigration reported last Sunday.
Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jan 22, 2011
British cave scientists recently confirmed that Vietnam is now home to the world’s largest cave. The Son Dong Cave
World Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 22, 2011
California State Senator Leland Yee and Rush Limbaugh got into a war of words after Yee demanded an apology from the conservative talk radio host.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 21, 2011
The 14-year-old half-Jewish, half-Filipino actress has been lauded for her performance in the Coen brothers' film "True Grit."
India West, News Report, Posted: Jan 19, 2011
A Muslim attorney who defended detainees swept up by law enforcement after 9/11 was nominated to the New Jersey Superior Court.
Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Jan 19, 2011
Looks like Manny Pacquiao has a long way to go before retirement. This was declared by Top Rank promotions chief Bob Arum who had chatted with the Fighter of the Decade last December.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 19, 2011
Filipino-American mayor of Hercules, Ed Balico, has resigned amid efforts to recall him and two other members of the City Council.
The Arab American News., News Report, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
The Society of Professional Journalists board of directors voted to discontinue the Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award last Thursday.
Pakistan Link, News Report, Posted: Jan 14, 2011
Pakistani journalist Wali KHan Babar, a reporter for Geo News, was killed in what appeared to be a targeted attack in Karachi.
Inquirer.net, News Report, Posted: Jan 14, 2011
Some 150 Filipina workers have been languishing in a Dubai prison cell since last month for working part-time at a wedding reception, in violation of the United Arab Emirates' immigration laws.
World Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 14, 2011
Confucius has returned, at least to Tiananmen Square. A statue of the 5th century BC sage philosopher has just been erected there.
Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jan 13, 2011
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il’s trademark bouffant hairdo and khaki jumpsuit are expected to be passed onto his son.
Little India, News Report, Posted: Jan 12, 2011
India's environment minister blames Harry Potter for endangering India's owls.
Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jan 11, 2011
A Russian woman in Los Angeles has filed a lawsuit against her Korean employer, charging that her termination from the school was motivated by racism.
The Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Jan 11, 2011
The executive committee of the Society of Professional Journalists voted on Saturday to recommend removing its Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award.
El Diario/La Prensa, News Report, Posted: Jan 09, 2011
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., was shot in the head when an attacker opened fire at a public event in Tucson on Saturday
India-West, News Report, Posted: Jan 07, 2011
A self-proclaimed white supremacist, who killed two clerks in Texas and blinded another shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, lost an appeal Dec. 28 of his capital murder conviction.
Arab Detroit, News Report, Posted: Jan 07, 2011
The Society of Professional Journalists to vote on renaming the “Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement" Award
EFE, News Report, Posted: Jan 06, 2011
Sonora state police are investigating the death of a young Mexican man who was reportedly shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Jan 06, 2011
Navin Sharma, a 54-year-old Mumbai-born police officer, who was fired from the Vancouver Police Department in Washington state and received a settlement of $1.65 million in his race-bias lawsuit against the city in 2008, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer on Christmas Eve.
AsianWeek, News Report, Posted: Jan 05, 2011
Tchen, 54, began her work for the President and First Lady during the 2008 campaign. Prior to this service, Tchen was a partner at the Chicago office of Skadden,
African American Reports, News Report, Posted: Jan 05, 2011
Newly elected Rep. Allen West of Florida has joined the Congressional Black Caucus, the first Republican to do so since 1996.
Prensa Hispana, News Report, Posted: Jan 04, 2011
On his last day as Arizona School Superintendent, Tom Horne gave an ultimatum.
Nguoi-Viet.com, News Report, Posted: Jan 04, 2011
Vietnam hi-tech crimes investigation department reported that it has busted a ring of Vietnamese hackers who had used 100,000 credit cards in the United Kingdom, pocketing billions of dong.
La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Jan 03, 2011
The new year will bring new versions of the controversial Arizona immigration law SB 1070).
Inquirer.net, News Report, Posted: Jan 03, 2011
Sophisticated foreign-based drug trafficking syndicates remain the biggest challenge to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and other law enforcement units engaged in the campaign against illegal drugs valued at over $8.4 billion (about P368.2 billion) a year.