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Don’t Compare Gaza to Taiwan
Commentary by Cao Changqing Following the outbreak of the Gaza military conflict on Oct. 7, 2023, some Chinese-language commentaries have again likened Palestine or Gaza to Taiwan, in addition to previous comparisons of Taiwan with...
How Elyon College Empowers Professionals for Lasting Success Beyond Academia
Sponsored by Elyon College. Chartered in 2012 and based in Brooklyn, New York, Elyon College is a private institution built with the goal of challenging and supporting individuals in developing their full potential to contribute...
US Implements Export Rules for AI Chips as Global Tech War Heats Up
By Wen Long On Oct. 17, the United States issued new export control regulations, requiring companies to obtain permits before exporting controlled chips or equipment to any country or company subject to U.S. arms embargo...
Who’s Responsible for the Hamas-Israel Conflict?
By Cao Changqing Hamas' sudden attack on Israel resulted in significant civilian casualties, and Israel's military retaliation also led to civilian casualties. The world is divided on this issue, with some supporting Israel and some...
China’s Quest for Hope Amid Global Changes
News analysis By Dr. Po-chih Chen A recent official release from China has raised concerns as it states that the youth unemployment rate has exceeded 20 percent. Many experts believe that the actual proportion of...
Brewing Guide for Optimum Flavor in Six Types of Tea
Although any infused beverage is generally referred to as tea, true tea is made from the leaves of a unique plant: Camellia Sinensis. “Teas” made from other plants are technically considered herbal infusions. Depending on...
Deaths Among ‘Outstanding Party Members’ Rise as COVID-19 Resurges Across China
China has seen another upswing of deaths among prominent members of the Communist Party, as evidenced by the raft of obituaries recently published by state media and other institutions to mourn the "outstanding Party members."...
A Story of ‘Blind Love’ for Ancient China’s Valentine’s Day
This year, Aug. 22 is the seventh day of the seventh lunar month in the traditional Chinese calendar. The date marks the occasion of Qixi (七夕), often called the Chinese version of Valentine’s Day.  As...
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NYS: Unprecedented Flooding Causes Widespread Damage in Orange, Rockland, and Putnam Counties
On July 10, a total of 25 million people were in flood alert zones in the northeastern United States. In New York State, after a storm system moved northward through Orange county to Rockland county,...
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NY: Martha Flores-Vazquez Hosts ‘Mother’s Day Health Talk’ in Flushing
(New York, NY) - Martha Flores-Vazquez, a Flushing Democratic Party community leader and founder of the Community Family Crisis Prevention Center, celebrated Mother's Day with a women's health seminar at the Sheraton Flushing Hotel on...
Lixia (立夏), Start of Summer
Like others living in the northern hemisphere, ancient Chinese recognized the four seasons and planned their livelihood around them as a matter of necessity. What may seem odd is how the Chinese determined the beginning...
Rain at Spring’s End (穀雨)
A curious custom in ancient China was to celebrate the creation of writing with the coming of particularly large rainstorms, specifically those at the end of spring. Within the four seasons, the Chinese traditional calendar...