Articles written by: Jia Guo

News / Video

Immigrant families torn apart by visa backlogs

Out of the seven countries with the worst family visa backlogs, five are in Asia

Business / News

Some immigrant cab drivers left professional careers in their native land

There are 42,000 taxi cab drivers in New York City. Eighty-two percent of them were born in foreign countries. Some of the have higher education degrees in their native countries.

Special Reports / Video

Inauguration souvenirs

Vendors sell an assortment of knick knacks at the Inauguration.

International students struggle to find jobs in the U.S.
Features / Video

International students struggle to find jobs in the U.S.

They have to deal with restrictive visa requirements and limited jobs opportunities because of their limited visa status.

Chinese-American voters support Obama
Election 2012 / Politics

Chinese-American voters support Obama

Orla Lin, whose daily responsibilities include helping her mostly Chinese-American customers get their medications, said she planned to vote for President Obama because he had a more diplomatic approach with regard to U.S-China relations.

Arts / Video

Fashion District Arts Festival brings an eclectic mix of art to Broadway

For eight years the festival has showcased the artists who work in the area.

New law to protect sanitation workers from assault
News

New law to protect sanitation workers from assault

Under the new law anyone who assaults a sanitation worker in New York City will be sentenced from 2 to 7 years in prison.