1. Asians, Blacks, Hispanics Have More Heart Disease Risks at Normal Weight: Study

    by Chris Fuchs | NBC Asian America People of Hispanic, African-American, and Asian descent could be at high risk for factors related to heart disease even if they are not overweight or obese, according to the lead author of a new study. The ...
    Date2017.04.06 ByAsiaInDallas Views373
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  2. DFW Korean Nationals Gearing Up for Korean Presidential Election

    by Andy Tran | Chief Editor | asiaindallas@gmail.com ▲ In front of H-Mart in Carrollton. Officials from the Consular Office of the Republic of Korea in Dallas and Korean Society of Dallas are helping Korean nationals register to vote in the ...
    Date2017.04.03 ByAsiaInDallas Views197
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  3. A Tragic Loss for the Pakistani American Community of North Texas

    by Andy Tran | Chief Editor | asiaindallas@gmail.com A Tragic Loss for the Pakistani American Community of Dallas Fort Worth occurred over night. According to media reports, Julia Zaman(46) of Frisco was killed in a tragic accident on Dallas...
    Date2017.03.29 ByAsiaInDallas Views1257
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  4. Hero in Kansas Hate Crime Shooting Awarded $100K from Indian Americans

    Ian Grillot risked his own life and took bullets in the chest and hand to stop a suspected hate crime in progress in Kansas. The Indian American community has rallied to show their thanks by donating $100,000 to a reward fund set up by the ...
    Date2017.03.28 ByAsiaInDallas Views295
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  5. Spa Castle Owners Arrested for Failing to Pay $1.5 Million in Taxes

    by Andy Tran | Cheif Editor | asiaindallas@gmail.com ▲ Victor Chon, (50, front left) and Steven Chon(57, back) The family owners of a popular spa destination in Carrollton have been indicted on felony charges for failure to pay $1.5 million ...
    Date2017.03.23 ByAsiaInDallas Views1709
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  6. South Korean President Park Ousted!

    Court delivers unanimous verdict on impeachment of Park Geun-hye The Constitutional Court upheld the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, Friday, in a historic ruling to remove her from office over a corruption scandal involving her frien...
    Date2017.03.10 ByAsiaInDallas Views543
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  7. For all the women who’ve had a tough day at work!

    For all the women who’ve had a tough day at work, think of all the women in Korea. According to the OECD report, Korea ranked the worst in the gender wage gap among OECD countries. Well, Happy International Women's Day! Source: ww...
    Date2017.03.08 ByAsiaInDallas Views152
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  8. Atlanta Museum Cancels Planned ‘Comfort Women’ Memorial

    by AGNES CONSTANTE | NBC Asian American ▲ A mock up of a the proposed Atlanta comfort women memorial, which is modeled after an existing memorial in Seoul. Courtesy of the Atlanta Comfort Women Memorial Task Force. A museum in Atlanta, Georg...
    Date2017.03.08 ByAsiaInDallas Views383
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  9. Eating Alone In Korea Is The Newest Trend

    by www.koreaboo.com In Korea, it’s more common to eat as groups of two or more than it is to eat alone, but a new trend is on the rise called ‘HONBAP’. ‘Honbap‘ is a combination of the Korean words for “al...
    Date2017.03.04 ByAsiaInDallas Views1018
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  10. Jeannie Kim Becomes the New President for KAPN

    by Andy Tran | Chief Editor | asiaindallas@gmail.com ▲ (From left) James Mun (immediate past president), Rachel Nam (V.P. Communications), Jeannie Kim (President), Chase Park (V.P. Treasurer), Brian Park (Board Chair). Photo courtesy of Kore...
    Date2017.03.03 ByAsiaInDallas Views1644
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  11. Do Koreans Have Obsession with Fried Chicken?

    By Jason Strother | PRI | March 01, 2017 Korean fried chicken gives new meaning to the letters K-F-C. But, unlike Colonel Sanders’ original recipe, the ingredients are no secret. Some of the most popular marinades for South Korean-sty...
    Date2017.03.02 ByAsiaInDallas Views338
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  12. Asian Last Names Lead To Fewer Job Interviews, Still

    JENNY J. CHEN | NPR What's in a name? A lot, according to a new study from researchers at Ryerson University and the University of Toronto, both in Canada. The study found that job applicants in Canada with Asian names — names of I...
    Date2017.02.23 ByAsiaInDallas Views404
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  13. Korean American Women’s Association of Dallas Makes 6,000 Dumplings

    The Korean American Women’s Association of Dallas (KAWAD) made over 6,000 Korean-style dumplings, known as Man-Doo, last Saturday, February 18th. Members of the KAWAD gathered at the Korean Culture Center of Dallas last Saturday after...
    Date2017.02.20 ByAsiaInDallas Views483
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  14. Elegant Beauty of Korean Hanbok

    Designer Carolina Herrera, South Korea Collaborate To ‘Reveal Elegant Beauty’ of Korean Hanbok by RUBY VERIDIANO | NBC Asian American FEB 17 2017, 5:00 PM ET The Republic of Korea's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and...
    Date2017.02.20 ByAsiaInDallas Views960
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  15. Texas-Wenzhou Chamber of Commerce and Alliance Takes Off

    Texas-Wenzhou Chamber of Commerce and Alliance held its inaugural banquet at Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie last Sunday, in time for the celebration of the Lunar New Year. Frisco Mayor Maher Maso and Dallas County Republican Party Chair...
    Date2017.02.15 ByAsiaInDallas Views685
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  16. With ‘The Great Wall’ Comes Great Challenges as China’s Influence in Hollywood Grows

    by TRACI G. LEE | NBC Asia America It all began with five photos. Intended to tease what would end up becoming the largest U.S.-China co-production ever, Entertainment Weekly released the first look at "The Great Wall" last July, setting off...
    Date2017.02.14 ByAsiaInDallas Views513
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  17. Applications Now Open For Bush Institute’s North Korean Refugee Scholarship

    The George W. Bush Institute formally opened applications for the North Korea Freedom Scholarship Fund Monday, February 6. The North Korea Freedom Scholarship Fund is designed to help North Korean escapees pursue higher education and build ...
    Date2017.02.08 ByAsiaInDallas Views363
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  18. Ivy League Students Commits Suicide Again

    By Han Seo Seo | Koreadaily.com Columbia loses seven students in five months to suicide More than 1,000 students per year are taking their lives Yet another student at a prestigious university has taken his own life. In the month of January...
    Date2017.02.07 ByAsiaInDallas Views1326
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  19. For Some, Trump’s Immigration Ban Parallels Past Anti-Asian Policies

    by CHRIS FUCHS | NBC Asian America For Tom Ikeda, a third-generation Japanese American, this past week seemed like 1924 all over again. That was the year the United States set immigrant quotas and banned immigration altogether for citizens ...
    Date2017.01.30 ByAsiaInDallas Views460
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  20. Asian Movies on the Upswing in North Texas

    ▲ Korean-American movie theater called Cine Oasis in Carrollton plays the latest movies from South Korea. Photo, courtesy of Jason Kim of Korean Society of Dallas. BY CARY DARLING cdarling@star-telegram.com When first arriving at the Cine O...
    Date2017.01.28 ByAsiaInDallas Views445
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