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New Currency Exchange Scam Targets Korean Community

There is a growing number of Koreans falling victim to currency exchange scams as a strong dollar lures would-be victims seeking to profit from private traders.

Pregnant Korean Woman and Unborn Baby Killed in Seattle Shooting

By RANDALL/AsAmNews A pregnant mother and her unborn child both died in what police suspect is a random shooting in Seattle, reports Fox13. The suspect has been...

Pain, Grief and Fear: Korean Media Tackle Aftermath of Texas Shooting

Nearly two weeks after a gunman killed 8 people in Allen, Texas, Korean Americans there are asking why the shooting isn't being treated as a hate crime.

Korea Daily Bridges Generation Gap With English Newsletter

A new English-language newsletter from the Korea Daily seeks to connect younger Korean Americans and to be a platform for the wider Korean community.

‘They Break Up Families’ — Crypto Scam Leaves Lasting Scars for Atlanta’s Korean...

Reporting by Atlanta's Korean media show losses totaling $10 million with alleged victims in the hundreds. One woman is now looking for justice.

CA Senators Ask for $5 Million to Increase Pipeline of Asian Language Teachers

Asian Americans are the fastest growing population in CA, yet the state credentialed only 89 teachers who speak one of several Asian languages in the 2019-2020.

History, Culture Inform Asian American Perspectives on Gun Control

Discussions around gun control legislation too often leave out the voice of immigrant communities that are increasingly being targeted in mass shootings.

Faith Leaders Reconsider Mask Requirements After California Removes Mandate

As California lifted its mask mandates, some church leaders have decided to make masking optional despite the spread of the BA.2 variant.

As Disinformation Spreads, California Ethnic Media Overcome Pandemic Losses to Inform Communities

A new EMS survey shows ethnic media in CA remain resilient despite serious financial challenges from the pandemic.

County’s Safer at Work Program Saves L.A. Small Businesses Millions

In LA County, programs that have already saved small businesses millions during the pandemic are looking for ways to expand their outreach into underserved communities.

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