On the morning of June 29th, UN-ESA (Economics & Social affairs) has released its annual report: “World Economic and Social Survey2010 (WESS).”
These days, many people think that cries of racism are false alarms — after all, we live in a society where race doesn’t matter, right?
Have you ever walked down a street and counted how many different languages you hear? Well, if you haven’t, you should because
I was introduced to Northwest Asian Weekly by a friend. I’ve noticed that the website focuses on news about conflicts and the goings-on of life within the Asian community.
“Saving face can’t make you safe. Talk about HIV.” This was the slogan for the sixth annual observance of National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on May 19.
African American and Asian American elected and appointed officials have failed to address the growing racial tensions in southeast San Francisco.
We all prefer or avoid certain foods. Such behavior can probably be traced to our childhood when we were first introduced to foods that made lasting impressions. These foods often trigger a flood of memories. For example, French author Marcel Proust rhapsodizes about the madeleines (cookies) that he ate when he was a little boy.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss in the United States. It involves damage to the macula, which is the light-sensing tissue in the eye located at the center of the retina.
It is understood to be beneficial to a community because it represents tolerance that we cherish in a vibrant community. For those of us whose parents immigrated to the United States, it also represents the ability to hold on to important parts of our culture while enjoying the cultural benefits of living in America.
The nightmare of any individual or business owner is getting audited by the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) or by any other governmental agencies.