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Fri, December 1, 2023 | 13:10
Online college fairs benefit students overseas
NEW YORK — You want to go to college in the U.S., but don’t have the money or time for a full-fledged campus tour? Thank technology, because now, all you have to do is get in front of your computer to meet with hundreds of admissions officers ready to answer your questions.
What is America’s priciest city to live in?
NEW YORK ― It’s no surprise that California and New York are home to some of America’s most expensive homes. But what’s the exact hot spot for all the multi-million dollar, ultra-glam mansions?
More Koreans attempt to break into US politics
NEW YORK ― It wasn’t long ago when Koreans in the U.S. talked and hoped of stepping into the American political scene. Now, just weeks before a crucial round of elections, a fresh wave of Korean candidates are gearing up to snatch their big break.
Korean parents fret over fatty cafeteria food
NEW YORK — One slice of pepperoni pizza, a cup full of fries, a chunk of brownie fudge and a glass of chocolate milk — sound like a tasty lunch? Sure, but this menu also adds up to more than 800 calories, a lot for a child to gobble up in one meal.
Recession pushes Americans to live in sin
NEW YORK — Whether it’s to save on rent or purely for love, more American men and women are opting to live under the same roof — without getting married.
Korean teachers in US campaign for Chuseok
NEW YORK ― This Chuseok, Korean teachers in New York City public schools have a special favor to ask their students: don’t go to school.
UC Merced chancellor urges youth to aim high
NEW YORK ― When Kang Sung-mo took the top seat at University of California, Merced more than four years ago, he knew he wasn’t getting himself into a typical chancellor job. Classrooms were still being built, programs were limited and the campus was too small.
US police bust Korean fraud ring in NY
NEW YORK ㅡ More than 200 FBI agents busted a large-scale identity theft and fraud ring Thursday operated by Koreans that stretched from California to New York.
Star car designer on fast track
NEW YORK — Growing up, Lee Sang-yup didn’t know cars. Sports cars were foreign to him, just as much as America was. So how did this man turn out designing and getting credited for bringing the classic American Chevy Camaro back to life?
MOMA curator stresses importance of curiosity
NEW YORK _ Thousands of people from all over the world visit the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) everyday, but this giant art powerhouse is an everyday workplace for Doryun Chong.