Tag Archives: Immigrants
Built by Italian immigrants in the 20th century, Bento Goncalves has long been known as the hometown of Brazilian wine. The town situated in the southern part of the country, 100 kilometers from Porto Alegre, capital city of State Rio Grande do Sul, has many wineries.
You may have heard of African Americans working on plantations in the Antebellum South or Chinese-American coolies laboring in California. Lesser known are the Chinese Americans who migrated to the South. A dance drama being performed on Saturday sheds light on this little-known part of American history.
People on the mainland and Taiwan can work together to support the peaceful development of cross-Straits relations, which should be based on the one-China policy, said Zhang Zhijun, director of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, during his visit to San Francisco Bay Area. At a reception hosted by the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco […]
Public shows concern with zoo’s actions and comments, and questions its responsibility, report Yang Yang in Zhengzhou, Hu Yongqi and Wu Wencong in Beijing. On Valentine’s Day, Longsheng, a giant panda at Zhengzhou Zoo, climbed down from his wooden bed to the window and reached out slowly with his right paw to grasp a red […]
Tens of thousands of Chinese investors may have to find new destinations for their wealth after the Canadian government announced on Tuesday its intention to end its immigrant investor program, and one of those destinations is likely to be the US, immigration lawyers say. The Canadian federal Immigrant Investor Program provided limited economic benefit to […]