Missing fisherman: One body found, one still missing

A San Francisco man who was found dead one day after he went missing off the San Mateo County coast was identified by a sheriff’s spokeswoman today as 62-year-old Carl Deng.
The second fisherman, Ping Yau Tsang, of San Francisco, remains missing. ..

No signs of missing fishermen

Searchers did not locate any sign of two missing fishermen yet since a wave flipped their boat during a fishing outing off the San Mateo County coast Sunday morning…

Rice noodle legislation

加州州長布朗剛簽署了由參議員余胤良提出的SB 1465,延長河粉室溫保存期限法案…

How vulgar is “Vulgaria?”


Using disco to save lives


Chinese man charged in NYC carbon fiber sting

A Chinese national was charged Wednesday in U.S. court with trying to broker an illegal deal for large quantities of a restricted high-tech material for military purposes, but prosecutors refused to say where and when he was arrested…

2013 World Baseball Classic in San Francisco

The final games of 2013 World Baseball Classic are going to be held in San Francisco AT&T Park.。。

The story of Zheng Cao

Opera singer Zheng Cao shares with us her story of living with Cancer…

Photo Gallery: HK car racers compete in Sonoma

Photo Gallery: two car racers from HK competing in Sonoma

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City college celebrated opening of new Chinatown/North Beach Campus

city college chinatown campus nb

City College of San Francisco is celebrating the opening of its new Chinatown/North Beach campus today, just days after the release of a report suggesting the community college is on the brink of insolvency. The 14-story campus at 800 Kearny St. is expected to serve more than 7,500 students, according to City College officials. It includes a childcare observation lab, library, computer laboratories, a multipurpose room and teleconference capabilities.