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1 New report highlights the nail salon workers' struggle to recover from COVID-19
2 “Shocked but not shattered:” elected officials and community leaders joined inclusive #StopAsianHate rally in Boston
3 The 150th anniversary of Chinese New Year in Massachusetts
4 Sampan spirits at Dala's Kamar Aung Creek
5 50 years later, a movement is afoot to restore the Chinatown Sampan mural as organizers reach out for support
6 HipCityVeg and other restaurants to raise their minimum wage to $15 an hour to attract workers
7 How a Boston suburb corrected voter rights violations against Asian Americans
8 Sampan Interview with Iron Chef Morimoto: Asian Hall of Fame 2020 Inductee
9 Restaurants have played all their cards against the pandemic. Can they last through the winter?
10 Tufts Medical Center talks COVID-19 vaccine efficacy & roll-out
11 Immigrants' Day speakers say no recovery without immigrants
12 Restaurants foresee business challenges for Chinese New Year
13 Chinatown prepares for MA Phase 3 vaccine distribution
14 Wen-hao Tien wields metaphorical meanings in her new exhibit: Home On our Backs
15 Save the sampans: walkway plan at harbour may sink sunset sector
16 Michael Schulson tries to make socially distanced restaurants work
17 Mayor talks flu season, eviction moratorium, immigrant services
18 From Connect Downtown to the Back Bay Association: highlights from the Air Pollution Control Commission Public Hearing
19 International graduates navigate job search challenges in the US
20 The first Medal of Honor went to a soldier who stole a Confederate train
21 Boston Chinatown responds to national rise in AAPI hate crimes
22 First of MBTA service cuts, reduced weekend train service, to start Jan. 23
23 UMass Boston students honor deceased at Chinese burial ground
24 Tufts awards grants to 35 nonprofits to support local initiatives
25 'East meets West': Red 8 executive chef Richard Chen's vision and pride
26 Reggie Wong Park brings local sports teams together during August Moon Tournament
27 Immigration ban on H/J/L visas expired as of March 31, 2021
28 14 families filed lawsuit against BPS “Zip Code Quota Admissions”
29 Building a resilient and inclusive global health system together—Taiwan can help
30 Dr. May Kwan Lorenzo, who advocated for cultural competency among Chinatown mental health professionals, dies at 87
31 Ruby Foo, Chinatown's first woman restaurateur (Part 2)
32 Movie theaters face challenges reopening after months of closure
33 Digital divide widens for minorities and women with virtual pandemic hiring practices
34 NCMP scheme a 'stabiliser' for sampan-sized Singapore, says Goh Chok Tong
35 Carey Lin, Author at
36 Marina Bay Sands temporarily closed after two workers test positive for Covid-19
37 2020 election shows AAPI voters are active but complex
38 With Tables Spaced Apart and Lots of Hand Sanitizer, Philly Restaurants Try to Make Outdoor Dining Work
39 Chittagong Sampan boatmen on day-long hunger strike
40 Schulson Pivots to Reopen Eateries With Creative Menu Solutions
41 ‘Stuck again’: Philly’s restaurant owners scramble to respond to indoor dining delay
42 China artist makes a splash with swinging 'sampan'
43 Food Salt Lake City's Pretty Bird will hatch a second fried chicken restaurant this fall
44 James Beard Award nominee announcement will be Monday
45 A sneak peak at new restaurants, sad closures and menu updates – Gastronomic SLC
46 Chef Michael Schulson navigates full-service operations as Philadelphia restaurants reopen
47 How to Protect Yourself from Eviction during the COVID-19 Pandemic
48 Philadelphia reveals which residents will receive COVID-19 vaccine next; N.J. will expand vaccine eligibility,
49 Southern Indiana restaurants create T-shirts to support laid-off workers
50 A Catastrophic Drop in Tourism Haunts Hong Kong in the New Year
51 Lives of iron forged in tribulation
52 Kalaw, after a century, strives to retain its position as travellers' favourite hill station
53 On board the Sanctuary Ananda
54 Starr and Schulson to pay month’s health insurance for idled restaurant employees, and other examples of coron
55 Myanmar unions call for nationwide strike starting Monday
56 Of snakes and pottery: along the Twante canal
57 Back in time along the Burma Road
58 GE2020: Need 'credible opposition party' in Parliament to speak up for workers, says WP's Pritam Singh
59 Caricatures in honor of Myanmar's healthcare workers
60 Family meals, free food for medical workers, menu updates and much more – Gastronomic SLC
61 A Journey through Northern Shan State
62 Work from home, for some government workers
63 Bountiful Pace’s Dairy Ann thankful for public support
64 The Sampan at Boat Quay: Riverside dining that feels like a culinary journey across Asia
65 As the Mekong delta washes away, homes and highways are being lost
66 6 tasty food gifts that can be delivered right to Mom | Let’s Eat
67 GE2020: WP's message of constructive politics wins over voters
68 Vaccine worries during the protests
69 The Red Bull heir, a crashed car and the scandal that angered Thailand
70 Former settlement agency workers allege exploitation of newcomers
71 Myanmar microadventures: Kayah and Samkar
72 DPM Heng calls on WP to be 'transparent and accountable' to voters on taking up NCMP seats
73 'More than just young at heart'
74 Eleazar is new PNP chief
75 MOCA exhibition: After the quakes
76 GE2020: In Jurong GRC, PAP commits to fairer, more inclusive society; RDU pushes for good jobs, more choices for people
77 Strike by lighterage vessel workers disrupts offloading at...
78 Where to outdoor dine in Philadelphia
79 Biden talks tough on China in first speech to Congress
80 Swinging boat artwork on roof of National Gallery Singapore
81 Here's why you're checking work emails on holidays (and how to stop)
82 A People in Limbo, Many Living Entirely on the Water
83 48-hour countrywide goods transport strike called for Oct 12, 13
84 Don Mueang uses hiatus to upgrade
85 Futsal stars turn to food delivery work during the pandemic
86 Chinatown's New Power-Players
87 COVID-19, a class-based problem for Myanmar workers
88 COVID-19 vaccination – expectations of Myanmar's elderly
89 Online support from doctors during the CDM
90 Tired, but not able to rest
91 The truth about Western brothel madams in Hong Kong
92 The Burma Campaign
93 Philly Restaurants Temporarily Close Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
94 Opinion | Hong Kong is losing its freedom and the world mustn’t look away
95 Introducing the first Korean Temple Monastery Foods Cooking Class
96 Working from home, the technological and economic fallout
97 Yangon's funeral staff – a grave job for a grave time
98 Philadelphia City Council votes to cap third-party delivery fees and expand outdoor dining
99 Yangon's wells, reservoirs and lakes hit an all-time low
100 Dozens of people fleeing Hong Kong apply for political asylum in Canada