February 8, 2021
Los Angeles Honors the Chinese American Veterans Who Shaped the City
(LOS ANGELES) — Approximately 20,000 Chinese American World War II veterans received the Congressional Gold Medal, one of the highest […]
November 5, 2020
Californians Decline to Reinstate Affirmative Action
[Credit: Grace Cong Sui] (LOS ANGELES) — After much debate and campaigning on both sides, California Proposition 16 failed to […]
October 11, 2020
In Sign of the Times, Californians Gather to Honor First Responders
Residents of California's Diamond Bar community gathered to show support for two L.A. deputies shot in an ambush attack and a firefighter who died battling a wildfire.
February 12, 2020
Trade Wars and Tariffs Matter in New Hampshire
A Klobuchar supporter at the Democratic Party dinner on Saturday night in Manchester. Photo by Grace Cong Sui Manchester, N.H. […]
December 10, 2019
Los Angeles Is Ready to Listen to Its Homeless Population
Homelessness has become the most urgent issue in Los Angeles. Authorities expressed concerns on how to address the problem, especially when the city entered into the raining season with freezy temperatures. But does it solve the problem? Homeless residents in Temple City now speak out, which draws the public's attention on gathering together to help.