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The story of Chinese cuisine in the US is a long one, a tale of perseverance against prejudice that culminates in the Chinese restaurant cementing its place in the American culinary tradition.
Eddie Chiu has never seen so much of anger in the Chinese community, and at the same time, so much hope.
Chinese-American groups around the US are mobilizing in protest over the conviction of Peter Liang, a New York City police officer found guilty of manslaughter on Feb 11 in the shooting death of Akai Gurley in a Brooklyn stairwell in November 2014.
A year after the cold-blooded slayings of two New York City policemen, a ceremony in Brooklyn on Sunday emphatically stated that they did not die in vain.
Hundreds of Chinese in New York’s nail salon industry rallied in front of The New York Times building on Tuesday, protesting state legislation requiring nail salon owners to purchase wage bonds and denouncing articles in the newspaper that led to new regulations for the salons.
The memory of Wenjian Liu, a New York City police officer killed in the line of duty, has been memorialized with his name on a street in the Brooklyn neighborhood where he lived with his family.