San Jose neighbors oppose McDonald’s Drive-Thru

Students, parents, educators and residents march at the corner of Bollinger Road and Miller Street in San Jose to say no to a proposed plan for building a new McDonald’s Drive-Thru…

National Day of Action for comprehensive immigration reform

Immigrant rights advocates across the country host rallies to call on President Obama and Congress to pass immigration reform this year that upholds family unity…

Armed robbery at SF City College

Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in a restroom at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean campus on Saturday…

Oakland hotel workers complain of union cheating

Dozens of Chinese workers of the Oakland Marriot hotel complain about being cheated by their union when signing work contracts…

CA extends HOV stickers for greener vehicles

HOV stickers

California Senate Committee on Transportation approved a legislation that extends the “Green Sticker” program, allowing the latest generation of low-emission vehicles…

Asian Pacific American community support comprehensive immigration reform

Asian Pacific American community advocates come together to support of federal legislation on comprehensive immigration reform…

26-year-old Toronto man charged with killing his parents

A 26 years old Toronto man charges with killing his parents over Easter weekend in Scarborough. Police says the suspect Li Tian Jia is facing two counts of first-degree murder…

Sales tax increase in parts of Bay Area

Some voters in Bay Area cities and counties approved a number of sales and use tax rate increases effective April 1, 2013. What are consumers and businesses opnions about sales tax increase…

The Art of Fashion: Jason Wu

San Francisco Opera Guild and Neiman Marcus Union Square join forces to present The Art of Fashion: Jason Wu at San Francisco City Hall…

National Fix-a-Leak Week

More than 1 trillion gallons of water are wasted in U.S. homes each year from leaks that are easy to fix…

How divorced parents to keep a good relationship with their children

When parents divorce, they have to discuss how to take care of their children seriously to reduce the negative impact to the family…

First Community Foundation for Chinese Americans

Chinese American Community Foundation, which is the only organization focus on Chinese donors lauches today. The organization is excited to…

SF water main break damages dozens of homes

Nearly two dozen homes and a number of cars were damaged by flooding after a water main ruptured in San Francisco’s Inner Parkside…

Toxicology results needed in Elisa Lam’s death

According to offcials in The Los Angeles Coroner’f office, the autopsy on the 21 years old Canadian student Elisa Lam is inconclusive. They need more tests on toxicology to determine…

NY State first Chinese Congresswoman Grace Lin visits the Bay Area

The New York State first Chinese congresswoman Grace Meng visits the Bay Area and meets with Chinese community leaders…

Federal spending cuts affect poor people

If federal government’s sequester starts on March 1, what’s the immidiate impact to San Francisco? Mayor Ed Lee says if there’s no federal funding…

Undocumented students can apply for CA financial aid

It’s first time that undocumented students have access to California state financial aid via the Dream Act…

South Bay domestic violence deaths decreased last year

Santa Clara County’s domestic violence deaths decreased by 30 percent last year, and 20 percent of domestic violence prosecutions involved in Asians…

Meteor shattered over Russia is unrelated to asteroid passing earth

The asteroid 2012 DA14 passes earth at the closest distance, hours after a different and unrelated meteor shattered over Russia injuring more than 1,000 people…

Jinghua Wu’s former coworker testifies in court

Jinghua Wu’s former coworker testifies about Wu’s mental state when they worked at the same company between 2002 and 2004…

China National Orchestra at Stanford

China National Orchestra holds a concert at Stanford’s Bing Concert Hall to celebrate Chinese New Year…

McMaster shutting down Confucius Institute over human rights complaint

Canada’s McMaster University plans to close its Confucius Institute this summer due to the controversy over human rights…

Hero of the Environment in China

Zhao Zhong, a Chinese grassroot leader and named “Hero of the Environment” by Time Magazine, founded a watchdog group…

Recology proposed new rates for SF customers

Recology, a San Francisco refuse collection and disposal company, plans to increase its rate 24 percent from $27.91 to $34.54…

Chinese gun owners’ opinions on Obama’s gun control plan

What is Chinese gun lovers’ view on the national gun control debate…

Third consective “Spare the Air” alert is issued for Friday

The third consective Winter Spare the Air alert is issued for Friday, January 18, 2013, which bans burning wood, manufactured fire logs or any other solid fuel…

Stir Fry Tofu Sung

Taste of the Bay tells you how to make a veggie dish, Stir Fry Tofu Sung…

SF Sups pass Smoke Free Street Events Ordinance

The Smoke Free Street Events ordinance is to prohibit smoking at San Francisco’s street festivals and fairs…

CleanPowerSF rates more than expected

The new proposed rates for The CleanPowerSF, a program designed to offer 100 percent renewable energy to San Francisco’s residential consumers…

“Images of Chinatown” exhibition

As the first exhibition in the Episode series, the Chinese Culture Foundation welcomes Images of Chinatown, photographs by Maurice H. Edelstein. Edelstein’s work was selected…