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Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

BY: JONATHAN SHIA
As the only full-time employee of KALCA, Sandy Kim faces a constant battle for visibility. Until younger Korean Americans begin to see people who share their same cultural background achieve success in the worlds of public service and politics, she said, they are often hampered by a hesitancy to enter those fields.

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Uncle Vanya: From Russia With Love

Uncle Vanya: From Russia With Love

Since its opening in 1992, Uncle Vanya has been a place for the Russian arts community to meet, mingle and network. While the restaurant used to host frequent events and readings, it slowed down in the last nine years. Uncle Vanya’s owner, however, is committed to re-establishing its identity as a supporter, promoter, and haven for Russian artists.

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Dawn News Expands to U.S., Targeting Pakistani-American Youth

Dawn News Expands to U.S., Targeting Pakistani-American Youth

To attract young, educated Pakistani television viewers living in the United States, a satellite television distributor is hoping that it has found a winning combination: high-brow news reports from Pakistan interspersed with advertisements for U.S.-based companies — all in English.

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Mexicans in New York celebrate Guadalupe

Mexicans in New York celebrate Guadalupe

By PAULA NEUDORF
For many Mexicans, the fest is like “celebrating her birthday,” according to Cesar Rodriquez, a representative from Tepeyac, an organization which offers cultural events and classes for New York’s Mexican immigrants.

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At Chinatown’s Edge, Museum Doubles Visitors

At Chinatown’s Edge, Museum Doubles Visitors

BY SUSIE POPPICK
After a month of working down the street from the relocated Museum of Chinese in America, software engineer Nicholas Bergson-Shilcock succumbed to curiosity.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, he pushed open the museum’s back door on Lafayette Street, just yards from his office. He was immediately stopped by a guard, who sent Bergson-Shilcock around [...]

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Uncle Vanya: From Russia With Love
Uncle Vanya: From Russia With Love

Since its opening in 1992, Uncle Vanya has been a place for the Russian arts community to meet, ming

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BY: JONATHAN SHIA As the only full-time employee of KALCA, Sandy Kim faces a constant battle for vi

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New Queens Shelter For Battered Asian Women Meets Growing Need
New Queens Shelter For Battered Asian Women Meets Growing Need

BY SUSIE POPPICK Linda communicates in rough, hesitant English, often supplementing her limited voca

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St. Stan’s Still Providing Sports for Kids After Twenty Years
St. Stan’s Still Providing Sports for Kids After Twenty Years

BY IAN THOMSON Frank Carbone’s push to expand the league’s online presence saw this year’s ra

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