• Hong Kong is not China, right or wrong?

    Hong Kong is not China, right or wrong?

    by Elaine Dunn The answer to that million-dollar question is not black and white. As the saying goes, “It’s complicated.” Unless you’ve been living under a rock in a deep well, you would have been made aware of the Hong Kong protests in national and local media. Where, when and how will these protests end? Read More
  • Grand opening ceremony of the Minnesota China Friendship Garden Society, July 13, Phalen Regional Park

    Grand opening ceremony of the Minnesota China Friendship Garden Society, July 13, Phalen Regional Park

    Date:  Saturday, 10 a.m., July 13 Location:  Xiang Jiang Pavilion, Phalen  Regional Park, Saint Paul   The MCFGS will hold a grand opening ceremony of the St. Paul–Changsha China Friendship Garden at the Phalen-Keller Regional Park located in Saint Paul on July 13.  It will take place on the first day of the Dragon Festival Read More
  • Democrat U.S. presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s May visit and CNN rankings

    Democrat U.S. presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s May visit and CNN rankings

    Less than a month after Andrew Yang, the first Chinese American candidate for president of the U.S., arrived in Minnesota to appear at a rally and a separate fundraising dinner, CNN released their latest rankings for the 2020 Democratic field.  Out of 24 candidates, only 10 are placed in the ranking. “For the first time,” Read More
  • (Tea) Leaves of change

    (Tea) Leaves of change

    By Bill Waddington, owner, TeaSource, contributor There are more than 3000 types of teas in the world, most of them from China, where tea dates back almost 5,000 years.  Legend has it that the emperor Shen Nung discovered tea in 2732 B.C. when some tea leaves blew into his pot of boiling water. It is said the Read More
  • The Titanic story never told: Chinese Titanic survivors

    The Titanic story never told: Chinese Titanic survivors

    Americans know April 15 as tax day.  But 107 years ago, it was a day that shocked the world.   At 2:20 a.m., April 15, 1912, the largest and most luxurious ocean liner of the time (and considered “unsinkable” by many because of its compartmentalized hull construction), sank into the depths of the North Atlantic Read More
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First Chinese American candidate for president of the U.S.
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On the afternoon of March 31, the Chinese Heritage Foundation’s Sunday Tea Series presented photographer Wing Young Huie in a talk on his career and his new book, “Chinese-ness, The Meaning of Identity and the Nature of Belonging.”
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Department of Justice targeting ethnic Chinese in economic espionage cases? If so, is such targeting justified, or does it represent yet another noxious instance of American authorities using racial or ethnic profiling? Is the government targeting Chinese people at all, or are ethnic Chinese just more likely to be caught up in economic espionage?
Chinese Street Food
Next time you visit China or any other country, make sure you seek out the street foods. Keep Bourdain’s street food spirit alive!
Greatest
“The Greatest Spirit” presented poetry, music and dance in mural-like story scenes, telling the tale of the Chinese spirits (liquor) culture, and highlights the grandeur of traditional Chinese operas, the exquisite beauty of the costumes of past Chinese dynasties and the unique styles of Chinese ancient architecture.
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One of five Peanuts characters that will be sent to the City of Changsha, Hunan Province, China.
Congressional Gold Medal
On May 4, 2017, bills were introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate for the award of the Congressional Gold Medal, collectively, to the Chinese American veterans of World War II.

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