Northwest Asian Weekly, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2011
Should they stay or should they go? Though many Americans in Japan ask themselves that question, many decide to stay.
Washington DC Bureau, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2011
Water agencies representing southern California, Arizona and Nevada are in discussions with the Mexican government about sharing a desalination plant in Rosarito Beach.
New America Media / Coachella Unincorporated, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2011
Most people who frequent the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival know nothing about the real Coachella.
China Daily USA, News Report, Posted: Apr 22, 2011
After 16 tons of intoxicated "beef-looking" pork have been seized in Guangzhou, the State Council called for stricter regulation of the use of food additives.
Richmond Pulse, Video, Posted: Apr 21, 2011
It’s raining in the Iron Triangle. A skinny white pit bull, with no collar or tags, is running down the block.
Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Apr 20, 2011
The gap has resulted from several factors. The number of organ donations has leveled off in recent years while the number of people needing transplants, especially for kidneys, has grown.
BlackVoiceNews.com, News Report, Posted: Apr 18, 2011
The anniversary of Congress passing landmark health care reform is provoking fresh debate over a law many Americans still remain confused about, even as its benefits are already taking effect.
Beijing Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 15, 2011
Universities in Beijing will soon add courses about handling romantic relationships as part of the Psychological Health curricula for college students.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2011
The Oakland Coliseum has been jammed with low-income patients seeking free dental and medical care—exposing the richest state’s Third World status.
Hankyoreh, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2011
Four students and a professor from one of Korea’s top-ranked universities have committed suicide this past year, with much of the blame focusing on an English-only policy enacted in 2007.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Apr 11, 2011
The Garcias, like many Latino families, initially hid their “Papa’s” Alzheimer’s, but they eventually got educated and stopped fearing the unknown.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Apr 11, 2011
Cuts to California’s In-Home Supportive Services will disproportionately harm vulnerable people in ethnic communities, especially immigrants.
BlackVoiceNews.com, News Report, Posted: Apr 07, 2011
This first anniversary of health care reform is provoking fresh debate over a law many Americans still remain confused about, even as its benefits are already taking effect.
Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 07, 2011
From parents of kindergartners to office workers, South Korea was gripped by concerns over “radioactive rain.”
New America Media, Video, Posted: Apr 06, 2011
Ethnic media representatives met with healthcare professionals to discuss HPV and cervical cancer among women in the Latino community.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Apr 05, 2011
When the Desert Sun ran an article showing officials touring polluted areas of poverty-stricken Coachella Valley, student journalists reacted sharply—and the paper responded.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 02, 2011
A collaborative venture between the March of Dimes and Stanford Medical School will investigate one of the most elusive of medical mysteries— why some babies are born prematurely.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Apr 01, 2011
This week on New America Now Radio: Obama in Latin America, Barry Bonds and steroids, women in politics, & Japanese-American internment camps.