The latest round of stimulus checks were issued in the form of prepaid debit cards — in a plain white envelope that does not bear any federal markings.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to sign an executive order allowing businesses to refuse service to people who won’t wear masks.
Lee and Gee never met, but as the only two Chinese-American women pilots during the war, their lives ran a strikingly similar course, and both thwarted layers of prejudice.
The funding comes as reports of discrimination have skyrocketed in the city.
Applications for a new New York State small business loan program open Tuesday for businesses that didn’t get money from federal COVID-19 relief programs.
In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, photojournalist Bonita Lei created a virtual photography exhibition documenting Asian-Americans’ lives in New York City.
A new social media campaign called #TakeOutHate is encouraging Americans to order takeout from local Asian restaurants that are battling discrimination and struggling to stay in business.
In 2018, more than 18,000 Chinese American vets were collectively awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, but the pandemic has delayed formal presentation of the award.
Some businesses in New York’s Chinatown started to complain in February about 50 to 70 per cent drops in revenue, according to a local association
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